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  1. Incorrect tag for Palya Bea.

    Born Nov. 11, 1976 in Hungary, Beáta Palya’s journey towards becoming the artist she is today began when she was…

  2. Makám is a Hungarian band playing in what is known as the "New Tradition".

    The group which was founded by Zoltán Krulik, plays music from Central…

  3. Szalóki Ági (Lastname: Szalóki, Firstname: Ági) is a female folk and jazz singer from Hungary. She has published four solo albums ("Téli-nyári…

  4. Founded by Péter Müller in 1985 (releasing demos from '86) after the breakup of cult-underground band Kontroll Csoport, they gained splendid…

  5. Tereskova is a hungarian alternative pop/rock band formed by 3 girls. The band is named after a soviet cosmonaut Valentyina Tereskove who was…

  6. Hungarian alternative band founded in 1979. The singer and composer of the band is Víg Mihály, famous for writing the soundtracks of several Bela…

  7. The Kaláka music band was formed in 1969 in Budapest. The name "kaláka" means "work done together, helping each other out", originally applied to…

  8. "Joyful music" is the term to associate with this "virtual world music" - a mixture of free associations, lots of momentary choices, feelings,…

  9. It is a duplication, see Takáts Eszter

  10. What if Jimi Hendrix had heard the playing of a Transylvanian village prímás (violinist)? What if Bartók Béla were to have heard Jimi Hendrix? And…

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