Stereo recordings from the early 1960s. Everyone has sentimental favorites, and this set is one of mine. Yes, the ensemble has a few rough spots now and again—nothing serious—but the playing has such warmth and emotional generosity, that bigness of spirit that’s so often forgotten in today’s Beethoven performances. The Budapest Quartet clearly frames its view of the composer in terms of the great, late quartets. So Op. 18, cultured and intelligent thought it is, could do perhaps with a touch more energy in spots, a leaner basic sonority. But once we hit the great middle quartets it’s smooth sailing right through to the end.
Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live in Budapest is a concert film of English rock band Queen's performance at the concert in Budapest on 27 July 1986, starring Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon. The film had a limited release in theatres worldwide on 20 September 2012. The concert was released on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time on 5 November 2012 worldwide, except in the United States where it was released a day later.
This DVD features performances by Yes that were filmed for television 1998. The performances features hits such as "Owner of a lonely heart" "Long distance runaround", "Rhythm of love" "I've Seen All Good People" and "The revealing science of God" plus many others…
A disbarred Lawyer, recently released from prison and now involved with organized crime checks into the Snack Bar Budapest where he is instructed to make contact with the up-and-coming local kingpin, a 19-year-old punk-pimp-gangster named Molecola (Italian for ?molecule?).
Molecola is a Buffalo-trained politician trying to run out the mom-and-pop shops and turn the town into a giant casino-entertainment complex, with the Snack Bar as the centerpiece.
To celebrate MapleStory’s 5000 days anniversary, Nexon, along with NECORD and ASTERIA, have announced the MapleStory Orchestra Project in Budapest, where classic MapleStory music will be remade with an orchestra!