– ÉVRŐL ÉVRE –

1981

moved with family to village Nagymaros, a small village on the River Danube, 60km northwest of Budapest 

1981

minor changes of the composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)” which was written in the Fall 1980.
related_items  Composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)”

related_items  György Szabados – String Orchestra compositions

audio info liner_notes GSA1997F  finally recorded and released 1997 on CD: “György Szabados: Time-Music (Idő-zene) & Bartók Béla: Divertimento & Román népi táncok (Rumanian Folk Dances)” 

audio info In Memoriam György Szabados CD Cover   released again on CD: “In Memoriam Szabados György – Live album by Erno Dohnanyi Symphony Orchestra (2011) – GyörFree Mühely CD” recorded 3 October, 2011 at Café Budapest Contemporary Art Festival.

perhaps between 1981 – 1983

unknown place and date
György Szabados Septett:
Musicians perhaps:
Szabados György – piano
Lakatos Antal – tenor saxophone
Dresch Mihály – tenor saxophone
Fekete István – trumpet
Körmendy Ferenc – viola
Vajda Sándor – double bass
Faragó Antal – drums
audio 
Audience recording

1981, 29 March

concert at at „Szkéné” Theater, BME, Budapest, (HU)
Part 1:
György Szabados Solo concert:
György Szabados (p)
it is known that an audio recording of the concert exists

Part 2:
Szabados György –  Tarkó Magda Duo:
Tarkó Magda (voc)
Szabados György (piano)
audio info  Audience recording

1981, 07 Apr.

Trio concert at Kossuth University, Debrecen (HU)
György Szabados Trio
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

news_hu  Turi Gábor – “Elsőrendű zenei élmény (Binder, Szabados)”, Hajdú-bihari Napló, 1981

1981, 27 May

Solo concert at Alba Regia Videoton International Jazz Festival 81, Székesfehérvár (HU)

news_hu  Articles & Reviews

1981, ?? July

Solo concert at Vajdahunyadvár, Budapest (HU)

audio info  Audience recording

1981, 20 Aug.

Trio concert at Vajdahunyadvár, Budapest (HU) 
György Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

audio info  Audience recording

1981, 10 Sept.

Solo concert at Debrecen Jazz Day, at the Bartók Terem
info_hu  picture & article

audio info GSPA1981F  One track 1982 released on the live album LP with various musicians “Debreceni Dzsessznapok’81” 

audio info liner_notes GSPA1974F  and 2001 again as a remaster on the compilation CD: The Wedding / Az eskövő plus 3 Bonus Tracks – Jazz History 8

1981, 11 Sept.

concert at Debrecen Jazz Days in Debrecen (HU) with Trio & “Contemporary Music Workshop” first playing of composition “ADYTON”
Musicians:
Szabados György (p)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)
Lakatos Antal (ts, ss)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)

audio info  Audience recording

1981, 25 Dec.

concert with “Contemporary Music Workshop” at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (p, speech)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Fekete István (tp)
Dresch Mihály  (ts)
Körmendi Ferenc (viola)
plus perhaps:
Baló István (dr) or Faragó Antal (dr)

music  Audience recording

1981, 26 Dec.

concert with “Contemporary Music Workshop” at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
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

perhaps 1982, ?? ??

performance with “Contemporary Music Workshop” playing composition “Adyton” at unknown place
Musicians:
Szabados György (leader,p)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Lakatos Antal (ts,ss)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)
audio info  Audience recording

1982

release of piece “Ballada (Ballad) ” on the Live album with various musicians “Debreceni Dzsessznapok’81” , recorded 10 September, 1981 Soloconcert at the Debrecen Jazz Days.

audio info GSPA1981F

1982

started working with MAKUZ 

1982

contribute music for the short film from Tóth János 1982 : “Örökmozi”

movie_hu  more info

1982, ?? ??

1st performance with MAKUZ at Vigadó, Budapest (HU)
Musicians unknown

1982, ?? ??

Solo concert in Szeged (HU)
audio info  Audience recording

1982, ?? ??

Trio concert at Academy of Music, Budapest (HU) in the Hungarian version of the Series “Jazz at the Philharmonic”
György Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

1982, 19 Mar.

historical concert in Györ (HU) at Petőfi Sandor Culture Center (first playing with Anthony Braxton): 
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (double bass)
Faragó Antal (drums)
Anthony Braxton (reeds)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Baló István (drums)

audio info  Audience recording
related_items 
view photos of the performance

music  listen also: Anthony Braxton Solo Concert

1982, 25 Apr.

performance with “Contemporary Music Workshop” at Nagykanizas Jazz Festival
Musicians:
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)

news_hu  Article & Reviews

1982, 28 May

Solo concert in Györ (HU) at Petőfi Sandor Culture Center.

news_en  According to the article in Jazz Forum No. 78, published 1982, the concert was recorded and broadcast by TV

1982, 12 June

Solo concert at festival: Jazzbühne Berlin 1982′ at the Volksbühne East-Berlin

audio info  Radio recording

news_en  Bert Noglik, published in Jazz Forum No. 78, 1982

1982, 11 July

Trio concert at Nickelsdorfer Konfrontationen 1982′
György Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

music  Audience recording 

news_en  Jenő Hartyándi published in Jazz Forum No. 80, 1983

1982, 29 July

Concert at Debrecen Jazz Days 82′ in Debrecen (HU) with “Contemporary Music Workshop Ensemble” 

Musicians:
György Szabados (p, leader)
Dresch Mihály (ts)
Lakatos Antal (ts)
perhaps:
Fekete István (tp)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Baló István or Faragó Antal (dr)
other unknown
info_hu program page
news_hu Turi Gábor: 
Körkép a magyar jazzről XI.

1982, 30 July

Solo concert at Debrecen Jazz Days 82′ in Debrecen (HU)
György Szabados (p)
info_hu program page
news_hu Turi Gábor: Körkép a magyar jazzről XI.

1982, ?? Nov.

recording of LP: “ADYTON” at MAFIL Music Hall, Budapest (HU)
György Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano, prepared piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr, percussion)
with:
Lakatos Antal (sax)
Dresch Mihály  (sax)
Fekete István (tp)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)

audio info liner_notes GSP1983LPF-2  1983 released LP: “ADYTON”

audio info liner_notes GSPA1974F  and 2001 again the track “Világpor (World Dust)” as a remaster on the compilation CD: “The Wedding / Az esküvő plus 3 Bonus Tracks – Jazz History 8”

1983

Awarded with Ferenc Liszt Prize

1983

release of LP “ADYTON”, recorded November 1982 at MAFILM Music Hall, Budapest

audio info liner_notes GSP1983LPF-2

1983

wrote the composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére”
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_ge  
György Szabados writing about the composition
news_hu  Bognár Ferenc Notes

1983

wrote the composition: “The Secret History of the Events” / “Az események titkos története” in improvisatory style on basic of his own text in a meta-language. In 1990 he re-translated the last two stanzas of the libretto from meta-language into actual speech.
related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_hu  Bognár Ferenc Notes

audio info liner_notes GSA1999DB  released in 1999 on Double CD: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története & The Sons Turned into Stags / A szarvassá vált fiak” on Fonó Records FA-068-2

audio info GSA2007CD3  released in 2007 on CD: “Győrfree Műhely Fesztivál a MU Színházban 2007/3” – GyörFREE Mühely 2007 – CD 3

1983, ?? ??

concert with MAKUZ at the Szeged Festival
Musicians unknown

1983, ?? ??

concert at 5th Novi Sad Jazz Days in Novi Sad (ex Jugoslavia)
György Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano)
Vajda Sándor (bass)
Faragó Antal (dr)

1983, ?? ??

Solo concert at Vigadó Music Hall, Budapest (HU)
audio info  Audience recoding

1983, ?? Mar.

Solo concert in Györ (HU)
news_en  Review published in JazzForum No. 82 / 1983 by Jenő Hartyándi
news_hu  Review Gábor Turi:  Jazz, 1983/2
news_hu   Review Gábor Turi: Hajdú-bihari Napló, 1983 

1983, 23 May

Solo concert at Marczibányi Téri Művelődési Központ in Budapest (HU)
audio info  Audience recording

1983, 28 May

Solo concert at the 1.Daxberger Situation 1983 (DE) – after Anthony’s Braxton Set playing spontan with Braxton the second time
audio info  Szabados Solo
audio info  Szabados-Braxton Duo
news_ge  Reviews & Articles
news_hu  Review by Joachim Kaupp, Main-Echo, 1983, 31 May
music  listen also: Anthony Braxton Solo concert, right before the spontaneous Duo performance with Szabados took place
related_items  view photos
 of the performances
related_items  view poster of  “1. Daxberger Situation 1983”

1983, 03 June

Solo concert on a “Steinway grand piano” at the Castle (Zunftsaal) in Aschaffenburg. Concert was spontaneously organized by Werner Wunderlich, Department of Culture of City of Aschaffenburg, after the big success of the “1.Daxberger Situation”.

1983, 13 July
1983, 14 July

Solo concert (13.07.) at the Debrecen Jazz Days 1983
audio info  Audience recording
movie_hu  TV Video recording (excerpt with interview)

Septett concert (14.07.)

Musicians involved for the Septett (Workshop Ensemble):
Szabados György (p)
Ernst-Ludwig Petrovsky (reeds)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
Conrad Bauer (tb)
Kőrmendy Ferenc (viola)
Vajda Sándor (b)
Faragó Antal (dr)
news_ge  Review by Bert Noglik – Jazz Podium 1983/10
news_en  Review by Turi Gábor – Jazz Forum No. 84, published 1983
news_hu  Review by Turi Gábor – Hajdú-bihari Napló, 1983

news_hu  Review by Turi Gábor – Jazz, 1983/3
 

1983, 01 Oct.

Solo concert in Cegled (HU) at the Cegled Piano Festival
news_en  Article in Jazz Forum No. 85 published 1983

1983, ?? ??

Solo concert im Jazzklub Karlsruhe “Schlachthofgaststätte”, Karlsruhe (DE)

1983, ?? ??

Solo concert in Erlangen (DE)

1983, 20 Nov.

Solo concert in Partenstein (DE)
audio info  Audience recording

1983, 21 Nov.

Solo concert in Düsseldorf (DE)
audio info  Audience recording

1983, ?? Dec. (perhaps)

concert with MAKUZ in Sopron (HU)
Musicians (perhaps)
Szabados György – piano
Dresch Mihály – reeds
Grencsó István – reeds
Fekete István – trumpet
Tréfás István – violin
Vajda Sándor – double bass
Faragó Antal – drums
audio info  Audience recording

1983, 11 Dec.

concert with MAKUZ (Septet) 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
view: Poster

1984, ?? ??

1st performance with composition: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története” at unknown place
related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

1984 or (1985 / 86?)

Solo performance – exact date and place are unknown
music  Audience recording

1984, ?? Feb.

1st performance of  composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
Musicians:

Szabados György (prepared piano, conductor)
Dresch Mihály  (flute, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone)
Grencsó István  (flute, alto clarinet, alto saxophone, furulya)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violin)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Baló István (percussion)
Faragó Antal (percussion)
audio info  Audience recording 

1984, 25 Mar.

performance of  composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” during the Budapest Spring Festival, at Vigadó Music Hall, Budapest.
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
Musicians:

Szabados György (prepared piano, conductor)
Dresch Mihály  (flute, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone)
Grencsó István  (flute, alto clarinet, alto saxophone, furulya)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violin)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Baló István (percussion)
Geröly Tamás (perc.)
audio info  Audience recording
news_en  Article by Turi Gábor in JazzForum, published 1984/4
news_hu  Article by Turi Gábor in Jazzm published 1984

1984, 28 Mar.

Solo concert at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
audio
 info  Audience recording

1984 Spring

performance of  composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)”, at SOTE Klub, Budapest.
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
Musicians perhaps:
Szabados György (prepared piano, conductor)
Dresch Mihály  (flute, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone)
Grencsó István  (flute, alto clarinet, alto saxophone, furulya)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
Fekete István (trumpet)
Kovács Ferenc (trumpet, violin)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
Baló István (percussion)
plus perhaps Faragó Antal (perc.) or Geröly Tamás (perc.)

1984, 08 Apr.

Septet concert in Budapest (HU) at the Meeting of the International Jazz Federation.
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
other Musicians are not known
news_en Article in Jazz Forum No. 87, published 1984

1984, 26 May

György Szabados-Jiri Stivin Duo at Alba Regia Videoton International Jazz Festival, Székesfehérvár (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Jiri Stivin (flute, as, cl., pipes)
audio info  Audience recording
audio info  Audience recording
music  Audience recording (complete)
news_hu  Article & Reviews
news_en 
Article by Turi Gábor published in Jazz Forum, 1984/4

1984, 29 June

recording of LP: “Szabraxtondos” in the Studio of the Hungarian Radio, Budapest
György Szabados-Anthony Braxton Duo
Szabados György (piano)
Anthony Braxton (cl, as)

audio info liner_notes GSPA1985F 1985 released  LP: “Szabraxtondos”

1984, 29 June

Duo concert – live at Debrecen Jazz Days Festival 
György Szabados-Anthony Braxton Duo
Szabados György (piano)
Anthony Braxton (cl, as)
audio
 info  Audience recording

news_en  Charles J. Gans in Jazz Forum, No. 90, published 1984
news_ge  Article published in Jazz Podium 1984
news_hu  Turi Gábor, published Jazz, 1984/3
info_hu  Pictures

1984, 04 July

Trio concert Szabados György-Dresch Mihály-Geröly Tamás – live at Breitenbrunn (AT)  
Musicians:
Szabados György – piano
Dresch Mihály – reeds
Geröly Tamás – drums, percussion

audio
 
info  Audience recording

1984, 18 Aug.

Duo concert in Kisörspuszta (HU)
Szabados György-Dresch Mihály Duo:
György Szabados (piano)
Mihály Dresch (reeds)
audio
 info  Audience recording
audio info  Audience recoding

Trio concert in Kisörspuszta (HU)
Szabados György-Dresch Mihály-Kardos Péter Trio
György Szabados (piano)

Mihály Dresch (reeds)
Kardos Péter (percussion)

audio
 info  Audience recoding

1984, 19 Aug.

Sextet concert in Kisörspuszta (HU)
Musicians:

György Szabados (piano)
Mihály Dresch (reeds)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Baló István (perc.)
Regős István (reeds)
Tüzkő Csaba ( reeds)
Note: it is known that an audio recording of the concert exists in poor quality

1984, 15 Sept.

performance of  composition: “Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)” at Kőszegi Castle Knights’ Hall, Kőszeg, Hungary,
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
Musicians:
Szabados György (prepared piano)
Grencsó István (flute, alto clarinet, furulya)
Dresch Mihály (flute, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás  (vocal, hurdy-gurdy)
Körmendy Ferenc (viola)
Lantos Zoltán (violin)
Kovács Ferenc (violin, trumpet)
Mákó Miklós (trumpet)
Baló István (vibraphon, percussion)
Geröly Tamás (percussion)
Benkő Róbert (double bass)
Lőrinszky Attila (double bass)
audio
 info  Audience recording

1984, 21 Sept.

Solo & Trio perhaps (Szabados-Baló-Geröly) at Zeneakadémia Kamaraterem, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
György Szabados Solo:
Szabados György (piano)

Szabados Trio:
Szabados György (piano)
perhaps Geröly Tamás (dr, perc.)
perhaps Baló István (dr, perc.)
audio info  Audience recording 

1984, 25 Sept.

Szabados-Dresch-Geröly Trio at Kassák Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály (ts, ss, bcl)
Geröly Tamás (dr, perc.)

audio
 info  Audience recording

1984, 13 Oct.

György Szabados Solo at 6th Novi Sad Jazz Days (Serbian National Theatre) in Novi Sad (ex Yugoslavia)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
audio info  Audience recording
news_hu  Bicskei Zoltán – Utóhangok a VI. Újvidéki Jazz Napokról 

1984, 14 Oct.

György Szabados-Jiri Stivin-Barre Phillips Trio at 6th Novi Sad Jazz Days (Serbian National Theatre) in Novi Sad (ex Yugoslavia)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano, prep. piano, voc)
Jiri Stivin (flute, alto sax)
Barre Phillips (bass)
audio
 info  Audience recording
news_hu  Bisckei Zoltán – Utóhangok a VI. Újvidéki Jazz Napokról 

1984 Autumn

Solo concert at Studio 22 of Hungarian Radio, Budapest (HU), broadcasted by Hungarian Radio, Budapest
audio
 info  Radio recording

1984 Fall – to 1985 January

work on the commissioned composition – “A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)”, by ballet master Iván Markó for his troupe Györi Balett (Ballet of Györ)
related_items  Composition: A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played, plus LINER NOTES to 1989 LP release and photos of the Brochure

audio info liner_notes GSP1985LPF release in 1989 on LP: The Sons Turned into Stags – A szarvassá vált fiak (1985) -Krém SLPX 37215

1985 – ca.1988

György Szabados concerts in Western Europe are promoted from agency: ROFO-Concerts Aschaffenburg.
news_ge Wallet with promotional material

1985

minor changes of the composition “Time-Musik (Idő-zene)” which was written in the Fall 1980, revised with small changes in 1981
related_items  Composition: Idő-zene (Time-Music)
related_items  György Szabados – String Orchestra compositions

audio info liner_notes GSA1997F  and finally released and recorded 1997 on CD: “György Szabados: Time-Music (Idő-zene) & Bartók Béla: Divertimento & Román népi táncok (Rumanian Folk Dances)”

audio info In Memoriam György Szabados CD Cover   released again on CD: “In Memoriam Szabados György – Live album by Erno Dohnanyi Symphony Orchestra (2011) – GyörFree Mühely CD” recorded 3 October, 2011 at Café Budapest Contemporary Art Festival.

1985

contribute music for the film from Grencsó István Virág utcai mesék / Tales from virág street”  
movie_hu  Virág utcai mesék / Tales from virág street

1985

release of LP: “Szabraxtondos”  recorded 29 June, 1984 in the Studio of the Hungarian Radio, Budapest
audio
 info liner_notes GSPA1985F

1985, ?? ??

concert in Novi Sad (ex Jugoslavia) – not know if Solo concert or with ensemble

1985, ?? ??

concert in Ljubljana (ex Jugoslavia) – not know if Solo concert or with ensemble

1985, ?? ??

Solo concert at Közgáz Jazz Klub, Budapest
audio
 info  Radio recording

1985, ?? ??

Duo concert with Mihaly Dresch at unknown place
audio
 info  
Audience recording

1985, ?? Mar.

performance with composition: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története” at Budapest Spring Festival, at Vigadó chamber hall, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (prepared piano)
Dresch Mihály  (flute, bass clarinet)
Grencsó István  (flute, alto clarinet)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

news_hu
Interview with György Szabados conducted by J.Király István (1985) with title: “A mese él (The story lives)”

1985, ?? – ?? Mar.

recordings in Studio 22, the Hungarian broadcasting company for “A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)”
György Szabados and the MAKUZ-Orchester:
Dirigent: György Szabados
Szabados György – piano, conductor
Johannes Bauer – trombone
Dresch Mihály – flute, soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
Lakatos Antal – tenor saxophone
Grencsó István – alto flute, bass clarinet, alto saxophone
Lőrincz János – flute
Szemző Tibor – piccolo flute, flute, bass flute
Kovács Ferenc – trumpet
Mákó Miklós – trumpet
Zakar Zoltán – trombone
Binder Károly – piano
Lantos Zoltán – violin
Tréfás István – violin
Hlács Gusztáv – violin
Virág László – violin
Körmendy Ferenc – viola
Jacobi László – cello
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Lőrinszky Attila – double bass
Kiss Gábor – double bass
Faragó Antal – percussion
Baló István – percussion
Geröly Tamás – percussion

audio info liner_notes GSP1985LPF  release 1989 on LP: The Sons Turned into Stags–A szarvassá vált fiak (1985) Krém SLPX 37215
audio info liner_notes GSA1999DB  released again 1999, remastered on Double CD: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története & The Sons Turned into Stags / A szarvassá vált fiak” on Fonó Records FA-068-2
related_items  Composition: A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played, plus LINER NOTES to 1989 LP release and photos of the Brochure

1985, 24 Mar.

concert dedicated to the memory of László Fejes at Kassák Klub, Budapest
Musicians who contribute as known:

Szabados György – piano
Baló István – percussion
Benkő Róbert – double bass
Bontovics Kati – vocal
Dresch Mihály – reeds
Friedrich Károly – trombone, trumped
Gonda János – piano
Kimmel László – reeds
Lőrinszky Attila – double bass
Regős István – reeds
and unknown others
news_hu  Article

1985, 28 Mar.

Duo concert with Mihaly Dresch at Budapest Spring Festival, at Vigadó Music Hall, Budapest (HU)
audio
 info  Audience recording (maybe from this concert)
news_hu  RTV újság (radio and television program magazin) 1985/18. (máj.6-12.)
news_en  Turi Gábor in JazzForum, published 1985/5

1985, 29 Mar.

Duo concert with Mihaly Dresch at Bem Rakparti Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
audio
 info  Audience recording
music  Audience recording (one track more)

1985, 12 Apr.

Solo concert at the “Alte Oper – Hindemith Saal” Frankfurt (DE)
news_ge  Articles & Reviews

1985, 07 May

Solo, Duo and with MAKUZ at the Közgáz Jazz Klub, Budapest (HU)
Musicians:
György Szabados Solo:
György Szabados (p)

György Szabados and perhaps Dresch Mihály Duo:
György Szabados (p)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)

MAKUZ:
György Szabados (p)
Dresch Mihály (reeds)
other Musicians unknown
playing performance of composition:
Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun (Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére)”
related_items Composition: Ceremony music in honour of our King, the Sun / Szertartászene királyunk, a Nap tiszteletére
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_hu  Article

1985, 14 May

performance with composition: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története” at Kassák Klub, Budapest.
Musicians:
Szabados György (prepared piano)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
Dresch Mihály (flute, bass clarinet)
Grencsó István (flute, alto clarinet)

related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played
news_hu Interview with György Szabados conducted by J.Király István (1985) with title: “A mese él (The story lives)”
audio
 info 
Audience recording

1985, 17 May

performance with composition: “The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története” at Ceremonial Hall, Castle Sarvar, Sarvar.
Musicians:
Szabados György (prepared piano)
„Kobzos” Kiss Tamás (vocal)
Dresch Mihály (flute, bass clarinet)
Grencsó István (flute, alto clarinet)
related_items  Composition: The Secret History of the Events / Az események titkos története
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played

audio
 info  Audience recording

1985, 15 or 18 Aug.

premiere of the Ballet – A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags) – at the Szegeld Open Air Festival
related_items  Composition: A szarvassá vált fiak (The Sons Turned into Stags)
related_items  Information where and when the composition was played, plus LINER NOTES to 1989 LP release and photos of the Brochure
news_hu Interview with György Szabados conducted by J.Király István (1985) with title: “A mese él (The story lives)”

1985, 19 Aug.

Quintet concert live in Kisörspuszta (HU)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály: (reeds)
Grencsó István: (reeds)
Benkó Róbert (double bass)
Baló Istvan (dr)
audio
 info  CD 1: Audience recording

audio
 info  CD 2: Audience recording

1985, 25 Oct.

Solo concert at “Steirischer Herbst”, Kammermusiksaal, Graz (A) playing:
1) Koboz-zene
2) Régi ima
3) K-modellek
4) Tánczene

1985, 27 Nov.

Solo concert in Szolnok (HU)
audio
 info  Audience recording

1985, 26 Dec.

Duo Szabados György-Lajos Kathy-Horváth jr.
movie  Audience video recording
music  Audience recording

MAKUZ-Orchester live Workshop at Kassák Club, Budapest
1) Indroduction by György Szabados
2) Regölés (first played)
Musicians:
Szabados György (piano)
Dresch Mihály: (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, piccolo)
Grencsó István: (alto saxophone)
Kovács Ferenc: (trumpet)
Tűzkő Csaba: (tenor sax)
Fekete István: (trumpet)
Benkő Róbert: (double bass)
Gerőly Tamás: (percussion, drums)
Faragó Antal: (percussion, drums)
Baló István: (drums)

3) Mr PC (John Coltrane)

Musicians:
Szabados György: (piano)
Dresch Mihály: (tenor sax)
Tűzkő Csaba: (tenor sax)
Héder Imre: (tenor sax)
Benkő Róbert: (double bass)
Baló István: (drums)
Faragó Antal: (drums)
Sramkó János: (drums)
movie  Audience video recording
music  Audience recording