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Orchestral music by
Eugene Zádor -
heard by HOWARD SMITH

'The Budapest Symphony Orchestra MÁV glows in this adjunct to Tinseltown.'

Eugene Zádor: Divertimento; Elegie and Dance. © 2013 Naxos Rights US Inc

Hungarian composer Eugene Zádor (born Bátaszék, 1894; died Hollywood, 1977) is best known for his work on American film soundtracks. With the outbreak of war in Europe (1939) he left Hungary and settled in Hollywood, turning to work as a movies composer. In the years that followed, Zádor contributed to no less than a hundred and twenty movie productions. Among them are some of the most successful, some of the best-loved, and some of the most artistically acclaimed films ever made...

Copyright © 7 July 2013 Howard Smith,
Masterton, New Zealand

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EUGENE ZÁDOR: DIVERTIMENTO, ELEGIE AND DANCE

HUNGARY

HOLLYWOOD

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

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