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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
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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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
, 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
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.
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