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Gabor Magyar

This Hungarian musician is among the important cellists in classical music from the twentieth century, having a career that was brutally interrupted from the confines of the concentration camp. Gabor Magyar researched in the Franz Liszt Royal College of Music, operating under Kodály aswell as Leo Weiner, Antal Frisch, and …

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Annie Fischer

Hungarian pianist Annie Fischer produced her debut in age 10 and studied with Ernst von Dohnányi on the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. Her efficiency from the Liszt Sonata in B minimal won Fischer initial prize on the 1933 Liszt International Piano Competition, but her concert profession was hardly underway …

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Ferenc Fricsay

Ferenc Fricsay’s profession lasted barely twenty years, but throughout that period, he became perhaps one of the most acclaimed conductors of his era and left out a body of recordings that remain admired. Fricsay researched on the Budapest Academy of Music under both Zoltán Kodály and Béla Bartók, whose music …

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