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Sándor Szabó

Sándor Szabó
Country
Hungary
Profile
Regarded by many as one of Eastern Europe's finest exponents of "New Guitar" music. Playing a varied collection of stringed instruments, from 8 string classical, guitarvina (a special 16 string instrument of his own device) to Chinese guzheng and electric guitar incorporating experimental effects processing.
Website
http://www.sandorszabo.com
Related articles (9)
Releases on file (11)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Ethereal III Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Ethereal III
(Greydisc GDR3548, 2019, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Ethereal II Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Ethereal II
(Greydisc GDR 3543, 2018, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Ethereal I Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Ethereal I
(Greydisc GDR3540, 2018, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Invocation Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — Invocation
(Greydisc GDR3534, 2017, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Becoming Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Becoming
(Greydisc GDR 3514, 2013, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — The Book of Crossings Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó — The Book of Crossings
(Greydisc GDR3512, 2012, CD)
Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Triptych Kevin Kastning / Sándor Szabó / Balász Major — Triptych
(Greydisc GDR 3509, 2011, CD)
Sándor Szabó & Kevin Kastning — Returning Sándor Szabó & Kevin Kastning — Returning
(Greydisc GDR-3506, 2010, CD)
Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Parabola Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Parabola
(Greydisc GDR-3505, 2009, CD)
Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Parallel Crossings Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Parallel Crossings
(Greydisc GDR, 2008, CD)
Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Resonance Sándor Szabó / Kevin Kastning — Resonance
(Greydisc GDR, 2007, CD)

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