In the seventies, the Vizonto group, coming from Budapest, literally revolutionized the way of understanding traditional Hungarian music, mixing elements of tradition with very modern cues, while continuing to use only acoustic instruments.
While the group’s life continued, the various members had various other experiences: János Hasur, eclectic violinist, was for years in Moni Ovadia’s Teather Orchestar, while Mihály Huszár ended up playing bass and double bass and touring Europe with Angelo Branduardi.
Now, with the intention of telling us about it and letting us hear all sorts of things, these two old cronies have got together for a duet with an infinite class and a stellar technical rate.
János Hasur – violin, viola, vocals, stories;
Mihály Huszár – accordion, double bass, vocals.