Café Budapest

Café Budapest  Comics

Posted by Mendose at Oct. 4, 2016
Café Budapest

Café Budapest
French | CBR | 162 pages | 109 MB

Café Budapest - One shot  Comics

Posted by rbromcik at June 17, 2016
Café Budapest - One shot

Café Budapest - One shot
CBZ | 162 pages | French | 191.3 MB

Cafe Budapest (repost)  Comics

Posted by Coda at Aug. 13, 2014
Cafe Budapest (repost)

Cafe Budapest (repost)
Astiberri, 2008 | CBR | Spanish | B&W | 117 MB | 165 pages
Author: Alfonso Zapico

Yechezkel Damjanich is a young Jewish violinist who lives with his mother in the devastated Budapest of 1947. One day, he receives a letter from Jerusalem from his uncle Yosef, whom he hasn't heard from for 12 years, and who his mother loathes for no apparent reason. Fleeing poverty, the two arrive in Palestine at a turbulent political moment, just before the English leave the region. Uncle Yosef runs Café Budapest, a picturesque place close to the old city, where Jews, Arabs and Westerners co-exists… An ephemeral oasis of harmony where the notes from Yechezkel's violin soon give way to the roar of the Davidka mortars, the Arabs' bombs, hated and destruction. Café Budapest becomes a small stage where the chaos and barbarity present all over Palestina are reflected.

Cafe Budapest  Comics

Posted by Coda at Aug. 22, 2011
Cafe Budapest

Cafe Budapest
Astiberri, 2008 | CBR | Spanish | B&W | 215 MB | 165 pages
Author: Alfonso Zapico

Yechezkel Damjanich is a young Jewish violinist who lives with his mother in the devastated Budapest of 1947. One day, he receives a letter from Jerusalem from his uncle Yosef, whom he hasn't heard from for 12 years, and who his mother loathes for no apparent reason. Fleeing poverty, the two arrive in Palestine at a turbulent political moment, just before the English leave the region. Uncle Yosef runs Café Budapest, a picturesque place close to the old city, where Jews, Arabs and Westerners co-exists… An ephemeral oasis of harmony where the notes from Yechezkel's violin soon give way to the roar of the Davidka mortars, the Arabs' bombs, hated and destruction. Café Budapest becomes a small stage where the chaos and barbarity present all over Palestina are reflected.
Budapest Festival Orchestra - Budapest Live (200_) {Hybrid-SACD // ISO & FLAC}

Budapest Festival Orchestra - Budapest Live
Ivan Fischer presents his BFO and friends in an festive concert from Budapest
SACD ISO (2.0/MCH): 3,35 GB | 24B/88,2kHz Stereo FLAC: 1,00 GB | Artwork
Label/Cat#: Philips - (Promo) | Country/Year: Europe 200_ | 5% Recovery Info
Genre: Classical | Style: Orchestra, Romantic

111 Orte in Budapest, die man gesehen haben muss  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Aug. 10, 2016
111 Orte in Budapest, die man gesehen haben muss

Dorothee Fleischmann, Carolina Kalvelage, "111 Orte in Budapest, die man gesehen haben muss"
2015 | ISBN: 3954517442 | German | 240 pages | EPUB | 14 MB

Queen - Hungarian Rhapsody: Live In Budapest (2012)  Music

Posted by El Misha at April 16, 2016
Queen - Hungarian Rhapsody: Live In Budapest (2012)

Queen - Hungarian Rhapsody: Live In Budapest (2012)
BDRip | MKV | 1920x1080 | AVC@14.8 Mbps, 24.00 fps | Audio: DTS 5.1@1509 Kbps
Genre: Rock | Label: Universal | 1h 31mn | 10.4 GB

Calling all Queen fans…Now's your chance to watch Queen's momentous concert movie, Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest '86 on the big screen for the first time. Remastered in high definition and 5.1 surround sound, this cinema event opens with a special 25 minute documentary feature following the legends of rock, Queen, from just after their show-stealing performance at Live Aid through the year leading up to the concert in Budapest. Staged for 80,000 ecstatic fans, the concert set includes favorite hits like Bohemian Rhapsody, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, I Want To Break Free and We Are The Champions. It's a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the magic of Queen at your local cinema.
(Arte) Thomas Zehetmair et Ivan Fisher interprètent Prokofiev et Stravinsky avec le Budapest Festival Orchestra (2015)

(Arte) Thomas Zehetmair et Ivan Fisher interprètent Prokofiev et Stravinsky avec le Budapest Festival Orchestra (2015)
Webrip | 1h7min | 1280 x 720 | 25.000 fps | MKV | AVC Main@L3.1 @ 2351 Kbps | AAC @ 125 Kbps | 1,69 GB
Genre : Musique classique

Soirée russe pour le Budapest Festival Orchestra ! Sous la direction d'Ivan Fischer, l'ensemble et le violoniste Thomas Zehetmair interprètent des œuvres de Prokofiev et Stravinsky.
The Budapest String Quartet Plays Beethoven - The Complete String Quartets (2010) [8CD Set] {Sony Classical Masters}

The Budapest String Quartet Plays Beethoven - The Complete String Quartets (2010) [8CD Set] {Sony Classical Masters}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 2.51 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.20 Gb | Artwork | 5% repair rar
© 2010 Sony Music | Sony Classical Masters | 88697776782
Classical / Chamber Music

Stereo recordings from the early 1960s. Everyone has sentimental favorites, and this set is one of mine. Yes, the ensemble has a few rough spots now and again—nothing serious—but the playing has such warmth and emotional generosity, that bigness of spirit that’s so often forgotten in today’s Beethoven performances. The Budapest Quartet clearly frames its view of the composer in terms of the great, late quartets. So Op. 18, cultured and intelligent thought it is, could do perhaps with a touch more energy in spots, a leaner basic sonority. But once we hit the great middle quartets it’s smooth sailing right through to the end.
Otto Klemperer - Otto Klemperer as a Bach-Wagner conductor: Live in Budapest 1948-1950 (2003)

Otto Klemperer - Otto Klemperer as a Bach-Wagner conductor: Live in Budapest 1948-1950 (2003)
Johann Sebastian Bach - Magnificat BWV 243, Brandenburg Concerto No.5 BWV 1050; Richard Wagner - Lohengrin, Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 291 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 215 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Hungaroton Classic | # HCD 32175 | Time: 01:17:16

Hardly anybody will dispute that Otto Klemperer (1885-1973) was one of the most remarkable conductors of the last century. During his Budapest guest performances between the two World Wars he had already been given an enthusiastic reception by the audience and the musical profession alike. Not only his interpretation of the Viennese classical and romantic repertoire met with recognition but that of modern Hungarian music as well. For example, when conducting the premiere of Bartok’s Second Piano Concerto at the head of the Budapest Concert Orchestra Bartok, who was usually grudging of praise, declared that he could not imagine a more consummate performance of the orchestral part. Klemperer lived and worked in Hungary between 1947 and 1950 without a break, conducting the orchestra of the Opera in the first place and appearing on stage in concerts with symphonic orchestras. His interpretations of Bach’s and Wagner’s works on the present CD date from this period.