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] 14 Nagy, L., Orosz, M.: Immunological and physiological investigations in flour induced occupational asthma. [Immunológiai és fiziológiai vizsgálatok liszt asthmában.] Orv. Hetil., 1984

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Alimentarius Hungaricus 2007. http://www.gabonaszovetseg.hu/dokumentumok/EK_liszt.pdf (Accessed 06.03.2013) Cubadda, F., Aureli, F., Raggi, A., Carcea, M. 2009. Effect of milling, pasta making and cooking on minerals

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: István Nagy, junior, 1905/06. Gerle 1990 (see note 12). 28. 8 Liszt Ferenc Square, 6th district. Architects Flóris Nándor Korb and Kálmán Giergl, 1904/07 Gerle 1990. 91. (see note 12

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pianist, Franz Liszt, who had a concert in Zagreb in 1846 and performed, among other works, the Andante con variazioni from the Piano Sonata in A-flat Major op. 26. 17 In the continuation of his text, Ladislav Šaban wrote: “I think it will be fairly

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Recollecting his youth, which was shared with György Ligeti, in 1993 György Kurtág recounted his compulsory folk music studies at the Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest as follows: Hungarian folk music was [a] compulsory [subject] for all students at

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-Perten. PN EN ISO 3093:2010 . Pollhamer , E. ( 1981 ): A búza és a liszt minősége. (Quality of wheat and flour) . Mezőgazdasági Kiadó. Budapest . 203 pages. Posner , E.S. ( 2003 ): Principles of milling. Encyclopedia offood science, food technology

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concept of “Jewish music” between the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These evolving phenomena were parallel in nature and chronology to the process through which “Hungarian music” became redefined, from Liszt’s writing followed by debates

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, Márton KERÉKFY, “‘Nullapont:’ 1956 szerepe Ligeti György életében és pályáján,” in 1956 és a zenei élet [1956 and musical life], ed. by György GYARMATI and Lóránt PÉTERI (Budapest: Liszt Ferenc Zenemüvészeti Egyetem / Állambiztonsági Szol- gálatok

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funding was received to produce this article. About the Authors BH is working as a music teacher in two secondary schools specialized in music (Kecskemet, Szekesfehervar), in the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and in the

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Social Change, Dress and Identity

Observations on the Disintegration of Peasant Culture as Exemplified by Rural Women’s Clothing in Hungary from the First World War to the End of the Kádár Era Socialism

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Author: Ágnes Fülemile

csárdás-verbunk music by Liszt, Brahms, and others reached European concert halls; together with the Polish polka and mazurka, these essentially Hungarian dances were welcomed in elite European salons and even at the Viennese court balls. 24 In the

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