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ANONYMOUS: Hungarian Grenadier's March (Review by John Bauman)

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BALÁZS: Suite for Flute and Piano. Chalk Drawings (Review by Michael Ullman)

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BALÁZS: Variations for Winds from Duo to Symphonic Band (Review by Michael Ullman)

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BOGÁR: Concerto for Tuba (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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DOPPLER, FRANZ (FRANCOIS): Kossuth March (Review by John Bauman)

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DRUSCHETZKY: The Imperial and Royal 12th Nádor-Hussars's March (Review by John Bauman)

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DUBROVAY, LÁSZLÓ: Buzzing-Polka (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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FARKAS: Early Hungarian Dances from the 17th Century. The Sly Students (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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FARKAS: Intrada, Passacaglia, and Saltarello. Tower Music from Nyírbátor. Contrafacta Hungarica. Csínom Palkó (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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FARKAS: Timon of Athens (Review by Barry Brenesal)

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GUNGL: Hungarian March, op. V (Review by John Bauman)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: The Imperial and Royal 34th Hungarian Line Infantry “Antal Esterházy“ Regiment's March (Review by John Bauman)

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HERTE-LENDI: The Imperial and Royal 12th Nádor-Hussars's March (Review by John Bauman)

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HIDAS: Folksongs of the Balaton—Suite. Folksongs of Békés County—Suite (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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KISFALUDY: The Hungarian Nobility's Insurgent Army's March (Review by John Bauman)

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LENDVAY: The Last Message from Maestro Tchaikovsky (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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LISZT: Marches for Brass Band (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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LISZT: Mazeppa (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

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L’OISEAU, PERSIUS LOUIS-LUC DE: The Imperial and Royal 2nd Hungarian Line Infantry “Alexander I“ Regiment's March (Review by John Bauman)

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MASSAK: March Based on Hungarian Melodies* (Review by John Bauman)

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PROSZT: The Pápa National Guards' First March (Review by John Bauman)

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RÁNKI: The Tales of Father Goose. The Magic Potion (Review by Paul A. Snook)

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ŘEZNÍČEK, J.: Hungarian March (Review by John Bauman)

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SIPOSS: The Arad Volunteers' March. The German Legion of the Transylvanien Army's March (Review by John Bauman)

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STARKE: The Imperial and Royal 51st Transylvanian-Hungarian Line Infantry “Baron Gábor Spiényi“ March (Review by John Bauman)

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TASNER: Görgey March (Review by John Bauman)

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ZAITZ: Farewell to Pozsony March (Review by John Bauman)

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