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Early Music Festival, Miercurea Ciuc (RO), 2009
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1.Venice at the end of 16th century.
    Giovanni Gastoldi (1550?-1622): Balletti a tre (1594);
    Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643): Canzonette d’amore (1584)

2. Elizabethan songs and consort music.
    Thomas Morley (1557-1603): Canzonets, ayres, fantasias;
    John Dowland: Ayres (1597);
    Fantasias from Anthony Holborne, Orlando Gibbons, William Byrd, John Coperario, etc.

3. Sonatas, Suites, Concertos, Trios, Variations and Fugues from Baroque and Rococo by composers: J. van Eyck (1590-1657), M. Uccellini (1603-1680), J. M. Hotteterre (1674-1763), J. Mattheson (1681-1764), G. Ph. Telemann (1681-1767), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Die Kunst der Fuge, M. Corrette (1707-1795), M. Montéclair (1667-1737), R. Valentine Inglese (1680-1735), J. B. Boismortier (1689-1755), A. Vivaldi (1678-1741): La Primavera (1725), F. A. Hoffmeister (1754-1812), J. J. Quantz (1697-1773), C. Cormier (18th cent.),  etc.

4. Early music from Romania (17-18-19th cent.)
    Codex Caioni (Şumuleu Ciuc/Csíksomlyó, 17th cent.): Instrumental Pieces for Organ (Anonymous) / Fantasia La Romana (Orazio Tarditi) / Jubilate (Lodovico Viadana) / Fantasia (Alessandro Grandi) / Benedictus (Alessandro Grandi);
    Heinrich Albert (1604-1651): Weltliche und geistliche Arien,
    Gabriel Reilich (1643-1677): Lieder (Sibiu/Hermannsadt, 1677),
    Johann Sartorius (1712-1787): Aria Ach, süsses Wort (Sibiu/Hermannstadt);
    Anonymous (18th cent.): Hasidic Songs from the Region Maramuresh (Romania) (arr. by Zoltán Majó);
    Anonymous (Ms. Sf. Gheorghe/Szentgyörgy, 1757): Dances from Transylvania (arr. by Zoltán Majó);
    Traditional Romanian, Moldavian, Vallaque, Grecque, Turque, Hungarian, German, Hasidic, Gipsy Dances;
    Philipp Caudella (1770-1826): Tanz der Siebenbürger Wallachen (Sibiu/Hermannstadt, 1823);
    Anonymous (Codex Moldavus, 1824, „Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung”, Leipzig, 1821 and F. Rouschitzki,     Musique Orientale, 1834): Chansons and danses moldaves, vallaques, grecques, turques.

5. Contemporary music from Romania
    Béla Bartók: Romanian Carols (1915);
    Constantin Silvestri (1913-1969): Lieder op. I (1928), text: H. Heine;
    Liviu Glodeanu (1938-1978): Epitaf for Miron Costin op. 31 (1976);
    Dan Voiculescu (*1940): Aulodia (1992);
    Nicolae Teodoreanu (*1962): HeteroFonie (1996)

6. Compositions from the 20th cent. The new aspects of an old instrument (the Recorder) - 20th century
    Scott Joplin (1868-1917): Ragtimes;
    Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971): Lullaby (1960);
    Béla Bartók (1881-1945): Romanian Folk Dances (1915) (arr. by Z. Majó);
    Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967): Hungarian Folk Melodies;
    Moe Koffman (1928-2001): The swingin’ Shepherd Blues;
    Brian Bonsor (*1926): Soft Shoe Shuffle;
    Benjamin Britten (1913-1976): Alpine Suite (1955);
    Konrad Lechner (1911-1989): Old German Songs (1960);
    Rainer G. Buschmann (1928-1995): New Moods for Flutes (1979);
    Hans Martin Linde (*1930): Music for a Bird (1968);
    Wolfgang Stockmeier (*1931): Konversation (1977);
    Sándor Szokolay (*1931): Hungarian Songs for Children (1976);
    Gerhard Dallinger (*1940): Vier Tierstudien (1997);
    Matthias Friederich (*1954): Happy Birthday (1977);
    Rosemary Robinson (*1959): Westwood Suite (2001);
    Franz Müller-Busch (*1963): Einseitige Stücke (1992);
    Sören Sieg (*1966): Pina ya phala, Afrikanische Suite Nr. 2 (1995);  etc.