László Polgár (operatic bass)

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László Polgár (1 January 1947 – 19 September 2010) was a Hungarian operatic bass. He was a singer in the Opera, Oratorio and Lieder genres and was renowned for his silky voice and outstanding declamation and musicality. His art is well represented on compact disc, particularly in opera.

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Discography

Album

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1980Hungarian Coronation MassLiszt; Veronika Kincses, Klára Takács, Dénes Gulyás, László Polgár, Hungarian Radio & Television Chorus, Budapest Symphony Orchestra, György Lehel1
1987Krönungsmesse, KV 317 / Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, KV 339Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Joan Rodgers, Elisabeth von Magnus, Josef Protschka, László Polgár, Arnold Schönberg Chor, Choralschola der Wiener Hofburgkapelle, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt1
1989Don GiovanniMozart; Hampson, Alexander, Bonney, Blochwitz, Polgár, Scharinger, Holl, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, Harnoncourt1
1990FierrabrasFranz Schubert; Josef Protschka, Karita Mattila, Cheryl Studer, Robert Gambill, Thomas Hampson, Robert Holl, László Polgár, Arnold Schönberg Chor, The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Claudio Abbado1
1993AtalantaHandel; Katalin Farkas, Éva Bártfai-Barta, Éva Lax, János Bándi, József Gregor, László Polgár, Capella Savaria, Nicholas McGegan1
1994La clemenza di TitoMozart; Philip Langridge, Lucia Popp, Ruth Ziesak , Ann Murray, Delores Ziegler, László Polgár, Chor und Philharmonia Zürich, Nikolaus Harnoncourt1
1995Die GezeichnetenSchreker; Kruse, Connell, Pederson, Muff, Polgár, DSO Berlin, Lothar Zagrosek1
1995FidelioBeethoven; Harnoncourt, Margiono, Seiffert, Leiferkus, Skovhus, Polgár, Bonney, van der Walt, Arnold Schönberg Chor, Chamber Orchestra of Europe1
1998Bluebeard's CastleBéla Bartók; Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Pierre Boulez, Jessye Norman, László Polgár2

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