Hungarian composer Eugene Zádor, a friend of Béla Bartók, won renown in Vienna before having to leave for America in 1939 where he eventually became Miklós Rózsa;s exclusive orchestrator in Hollywood. His music is often redolent of his native soil as depicted in the Variations on a Hungarian Folksong which, at times, approaches an almost Straussian opulence. Written in Vienna in 1936, the Dance Symphony is a sunny homage to the composer;s adopted home. The Festival Overture is a much later work of almost cinematic brilliance. This is Volume 3 of the ongoing Naxos series of Zádor;s orchestral works.