Magyar Posse was a Finnish instrumental post-rock band formed in 2000 in the city of Pori, Finland. They have released 3 albums. Their debut album We Will Carry You Over the Mountains was released on Verdura Records in 2002, and it got a good reception. The second album Kings of Time on the same label in 2004 gave them more publicity. It went to Top40 album list in Finland and was praised by critics. Magyar Posse released their third album, titled Random Avenger May 17, 2006. Magyar Posse's music is instrumental and usually has a soundtrack-like atmosphere. Their biggest influence is a soundtrack composer Ennio Morricone, although their music reminds more of certain post-rock bands like Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Sigur Ros and Tortoise.
This liturgical-surrealistic parable evokes the model-like events of the second decade of the century as reflected by the inner spiritual transformation of István Zsadányi, inspired by the figure of Endre Bajcsy-Zsilinszky. The young Zsadányi brothers of licentious habits kill the peasant leader András Baksa because he had humiliated their father. The fiercely nationalist István fights through World War I and in the following era of White Terror becomes a racist detachment officer and a Member of Parliament.
This is an almost forgotten album of Schola Hungarica which is one of my favourites.
A szótár tartalmazza a 40.000 szó és számos mondatok és a köznyelvi kifejezések.
Ajánlott az olvasót a két ország, a szótárt ad a nyelvtani irányelveket és magyarázatokat a fordítások mindkét nyelven.
One of my favorite group of “Flat Chant”, the Schola Hungarica ensemble. In this LP there are some exceptions: There are polyphonic pieces and others accompanied by some instrument (organ or percussion).
An awesome LP example from this vocal group.