Quoted from LINER NOTES LP: “ADYTON”:

It was an important turning point in his life when he established the Kassak Workshop for Contemporary Music to help a new generation of musicians to develop a free and intuitive type of musical practice and to acquire a specifically Hungarian idiom. This experimental workshop has in the past two years helped Szabados to develop a new style in relatively long pieces composed for fairly large groups and introduced to the public at the 1981 Debrecen and 1982 Nagykanizas Jazz Festivals. Adyton, one of these works, features in this record”

Musicians

performed compositions

  • Szabados György (piano)

  • related_items  Kálnai János 

  • related_items  Körmendy Ferenc 

  • related_items  Fekete István

  • related_items  Vajda Sándor

  • related_items  Faragó Antal

  • related_items  Baló István 

  • related_items  Dresch Mihály

  • related_items  Lakatos Antal 

  • related_items  Benkő Róbert

  • related_items  Grencsó István 

  • related_items  Ernst-Ludwig Petrovsky

  • related_items  Conrad Bauer

  • related_items  Adyton

  • related_items  Karacsonyi hangulatok (Christmas moods)

  • related_items  Közös zene I. & II. (Music together I. & II.)

  • related_items  Eszékiána

  • related_items  Előjátékok (Preludes)

  • news_en  Blues

Official Releases

LP / CD

Recording

Compositions

Musicians

Adyton (1982) – KREM SLPX 17724

audio info liner_notes GSP1983LPF-2

 

Release Date: 1983 Recording Date:   November 1982 Recorded at: MAFIL Music Hall, Budapest

1) Adyton   22:30

Szabados György (piano, prepared piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr, percussion)
Lakatos Antal (sax)
Dresch Mihály (sax)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)

known live performances

Date

Location

Musicians

Recording

1981, 11 Sep.

in Debrecen (HU) first playing of Composition: “ADYTON” 

Szabados György (leader, piano)
Lakatos Antal (ts, ss)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola) 
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal – (drums)

audio info  Audience recording

1981, 25 Dec.

Kassák Klub in Budapest (HU) 

Szabados György (p)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Fekete István (tp)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Körmendy Ferenc (vla)
plus perhaps:
Baló István (dr) or Faragó Antal (dr)

audio info  Audience recording
music  Audience recording (complete concert)

1981, 26 Dec.

Kassák Klub in Budapest (HU) 

Szabados György (p)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Kálnai János (oboe)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (vla)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Benkő Róbert (b)
Baló István (dr)

audio info  Audience recording

 

1982, 25 Apr.

at Nagykaniza Jazz Festival

Szabados György (p)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

audio info  Audience recording
audio  ALT1-081 – Szabados Szextett – Nagykanizsa, 1982. (Alternativ recording)

1982, 29 July

at Debrecen Jazz Days 82′

Szabados György (leader, piano)
Lakatos Antal (ts)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
perhaps:
Fekete István (tp)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Baló István or Faragó Antal (dr)
other unknown

perhaps 1982

unknown place

Szabados György (leader, piano)
Lakatos Antal (ts,ss)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

audio info  Audience recording

1982, 26 Dec.

Kassák Klub in Budapest (HU) 

Szabados György (leader, piano)
Lakatos Antal (ts,ss)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

1983, 13 Feb.

at Budapesti Művelődési Központ, Budapest (HU)

Szabados György (leader, piano)
Lakatos Antal (sax)
Dresch Mihály (sax)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

perhaps beteen 1981 – 1983

unknown place

Musicians perhaps:
Szabados György (piano)
Lakatos Antal (ts)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

audio  Audience recording

1983, 14 July

at the Debrecen Jazz Days 1983

Septett:
György Szabados (piano)
Ernst-Ludwig Petrovsky (ts)
Conrad Bauer (tb)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Kőrmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)

1983, 30 Sept.

in the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad (ex Yugoslavia, today Serbia)     

Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal (drums)

1983, 08 Dec.

in Györ (HU)

Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal (drums)

1983, 09 Dec.

in Sopron (HU)

Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Körmendy Ferenc  (viola)
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal (drums)

audio info  Audience recording

 

1983, 11 Dec.

at MMIK Theater Hall (MMIK színháztermében) in Szombathely (HU)

Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Grencsó István (reeds)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal (drums)

1985, 17 Oct.

at Vigadó, Budapest (HU)

Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (tenor sax)
Grencsó István (alto sax)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Baló István (drums)

  Audio recording
movie  Video recording

1992, 11 July

at the Open air stage of the Veszprém Municipal Culture and Youth House, in Veszprém (HU)

Musicians:
György Szabados Sextet:
Szabados György (piano)
other Musicians unknown