Collegium Musicum & Marian Varga - Marian Varga a Collegium Musicum album
Album of the slovakian classical rock band Collegium Musicum from year 1975
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Marián Varga (January 29, 1947 – August 9, 2017) was a Slovak musician, composer and organist. He played the piano from the age of six. He studied piano and composition at the conservatory in Bratislava. He left the conservatory after three years to become a member of the group Prúdy, and contributed to the legendary album Zvoňte zvonky. He left Prúdy as suddenly as he had left conservatory only to establish the first Czechoslovak art rock band Collegium Musicum.
Konvergencie Collegium Musicum. Listen on Apple Music. Marián Varga a Collegium Musicum. Bach: Cantatas, BWV 21 & 137.
COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc). COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download). COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download). This eighty minutes long album is really four parts collected onto one single album. Or a double, even a triple LP back in 1981. Marian Varga is a classical musician - and composer - who also dabbled into ELP like symphonic prog and fusion. On Divergencie, most of the musician is orchestral classic music (with full 100 men orchestra) though with some jazz and pop/rock inbetween.
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Redirected from Collegium Musicum (Marián Varga)). Collegium Musicum is a Slovak art rock, progressive rock band formed by Marián Varga and Fedor Frešo in Czechoslovakia in late 1969, best known for their complex, predominantly instrumental compositions centred around Varga's keyboards/organ, and for their interpretations of classical works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky, Bartók, and others