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Hungarian music


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Writing Hungarian Music Genre, Motive, Spirit

Redefining Hungarian Music from Liszt to Bartók

Dániel, Katinka (1913 - 2010), music educator, Hungarian

Beyond the Folk Song: Or, What Was Hungarian Socialist Realist Music?

Redefining Hungarian Music from Liszt to Bartók. By Lynn M. Hooker

The Hungarian Dance House Movement and Revival of Transylvanian String Band Music

Modernism on the Periphery: Béla Bartók and the New Hungarian Music Society of 1911–1912

Ligeti, Kurtág, and Hungarian Music during the Cold War. By Rachel Beckles Willson.

From Listening to Distribution: Nonofficial Music Practices in Hungary and Czechoslovakia from the 1960s to the 1980s

PAUK, György (born 1936), Order of the Hungarian Republic, 1998; international concert violinist; Professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Professor, Royal Academy of Music, since 1987; Professor Emeritus, Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest, since 2007

ELGAR, Edward (1857 - 1934), Master of the King’s Musick since 1924; Hon. Freeman City of Worcester; Membre (Correspondant) de l’Institut de France (Académie des Beaux-Arts); Commandeur, Ordre de la Couronne and Associé Académie des Beaux-Arts (Belgium); Hon. Fellow and Hon. Freeman, Worshipful Company of Musicians (London); Hon. Member Royal Academy of Music (London); Member Maatschaapij tot Bevordering der Toonkunst (Holland); Mus. Doc. (Hon.) Cantab. 1900; Dunelm., 1904; Mus. Doc. Oxon 1905; Yale, USA, 1905; University of London, 1931; LLD (Hon.) Leeds, 1904, Aberdeen, Western University of Penn, USA; Hon. Professor Royal Hungarian Academy of Music; MA (Hon.) Birmingham; Corr. Member Société des Compositeurs de Musique (Paris); Hon. Academician Regia Accademia di Santa Cecilia (Rome); Accad. R. Istituto (Florence); Hon. Member Royal Swedish Academy (Stockholm); Hon. Fellow Royal College of Music; Hon. Fellow Royal College of Organists; Corresponding Member American Academy Arts and Letters, 1929; several Imperial Russian and German decorations (lapsed)

 

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Musical education during the Middle Ages was centred on the cathedral and monastic schools where the syllabus covered theory and notation and was based on Gregorian chant. Several town churches ...

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