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the world of classical music, but one person
stands head and shoulders above the rest:
The Prisoner’s Song – Some say this is the best
Franz – or Ferenc – Liszt. Liszt (1811–86),
CD produced by Muzsikás with Marta Sebestyén
who established the Academy of Music in
and includes her song ‘Szerelem, Szerelem’
Budapest and lived in a four-room 1st-floor
(Love, Love), made famous in the film The English
apartment on VI Vörösmarty utca (p71)
Patient (Anthony Minghella, 1996).
from 1881 until his death. Liszt liked to
Romano Trip: Gypsy Grooves from Eastern
describe himself as ‘part Gypsy’, and some
Europe – This CD from the incomparable Romano
of his works, notably the 20 Hungarian
Drom is where Roma folk meets world music,
Rhapsodies, do in fact echo the traditional
with an electronic twist.
music of the Rom.
Lechajem Rebbe – This is the latest effort from the
Ferenc Erkel (1810–93), who taught at the
Budapest Klezmer Band, arguably the best ensemAcademy of Music from 1879 to 1886 and
ble anywhere playing traditional Jewish music.
was the State Opera House’s first musical
Hungarian Astronaut – Anima Sound System
director, is the father of Hungarian opera.
mixes Western beats with East European tonal
Two of his works – the stirringly nationflavours.
alistic Bánk Bán, based on József Katona’s
With the Gypsy Violin around the World: Sándor
play of that name, and László Hunyadi – are
Déki Lakatos & His Gypsy Band – No-one’s Hunstandards at the State Opera House. Erkel
garian musical education is complete without this
also composed the music for the Hungarian
compilation, the epitome of saccharine csárdás
national anthem, Himnusz.
music played in fancy hotel restaurants across
Béla Bartók (1881–1945) and Zoltán KoBudapest.
dály (1882–1967), were both long-term residents of Budapest (their former residences
are now museums; see p61 and p72), made
the first systematic study of Hungarian folk music, travelling and recording throughout
the Magyar linguistic region during 1906. Both integrated some of their findings into their
own compositions – Bartók in Bluebeard’s Castle, for example, and Kodály in his Peacock
Away from classical music, it is important to distinguish between ‘Gypsy’ music and
Hungarian folk music. Gypsy music as it is known and heard in Hungarian restaurants from


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