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László Hortobágyi / Gayan Uttejak Orchestra

László Hortobágyi / Gayan Uttejak Orchestra
Country
Hungary
Profile
László Hortobágyi is a Hungarian composer and musician known for combining a wide variety of instruments and styles from around the world with electronics. He often uses the name Gayan Uttajak Orchestra for his recordings.
Website
http://www.guo.hu
Related articles (2)
Releases on file (5)
Gayan Uttajak Orchestra / László Hortobágyi — Krótka Historia GUO Gayan Uttajak Orchestra / László Hortobágyi — Krótka Historia GUO
(Arka Sound ARKA CD33112 , 2001, CD)
Gayan Uttejak Orchestra — Sangeet Novus Sensus: Music for Transociety Gayan Uttejak Orchestra — Sangeet Novus Sensus: Music for Transociety
(Arka Sound CD22119, 2000, CD)
Gāyan Uttejak Orchestra — Songs from Hungisthān Gāyan Uttejak Orchestra — Songs from Hungisthān
(Arka Sound CD22114, 1999, CD)
Suns of Arqa / Gayan Uttejak Orchestra — Suns of Arqa Meet the Gayan Uttejak Orchestra Suns of Arqa / Gayan Uttejak Orchestra — Suns of Arqa Meet the Gayan Uttejak Orchestra
(Arka Sound 22113, 1999, CD)
László Hortobágyi — Summa Technologiae László Hortobágyi — Summa Technologiae
(Tone Casualties tccd 9825, 1998, CD)

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