Attila Kovacs | Hungarian Dawn

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Hungarian Dawn

by Attila Kovacs

Easy listening, Classical, Romantic, New age, Instrumental. Rooted in traditions of Bach and Beethoven, brought up to date by Yanni.
Genre: Easy Listening: Background Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hungarian Dawn
4:14 album only
2. Minuet
2:54 album only
3. Colours Of Spring
4:40 album only
4. Piano No. 1
4:27 album only
5. Take A Trip To Spain
4:04 album only
6. XXX. Century
2:41 album only
7. Cornfields
6:17 album only
8. Flamingo
4:26 album only
9. When I Was A Young Boy
3:23 album only
10. Royal Concert
3:41 album only
11. Indian Summer
3:38 album only
12. The Last Farewell
3:49 album only


Album Notes
Five years old he began to read notes and play the accordion - Hungarian,
Czechoslovakian and German folk music, as well as international evergreens.

In 1972 he was studying classical flute and piano at Budapest Conservatory
in Hungary for five years. After graduating, instead of classical music he
picked up the guitar and played pop& rock music in various bands.

In the meantime he also attended a brass band -40 piece-, on flute
(Bartok, Strauss and Gershwin, among others). In 1975 he passed an exam
in a school of Entertaining on Piano. Again as a keyboard-player he was
on the road for 10 years in western-Europe with different groups
(playing Rock, Country, R&B, Pop, Entertaining music).

In 1984 he settled down in Denmark where he in 1988 had a daughter, Marie.
He makes living by playing at private parties, and in the sparetime by
composing music.

Hungarian Dawn is instrumental, classical, new-age, easy listening. Featuring the flute as one of the solo instruments. A well structured and crafted neo-classical album, both elegant and orderly whilst retaining exciting and stimulating elements.



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