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György Lehel

Hungarian conductors dominated the worldwide scene in the centre two decades from the twentieth hundred years; mostly of the significant conductors to stay behind in Hungary (along with Janos Ferencsik) was György Lehel. He ultimately became known through limited travels in the later ’60s and 1970s using the Budapest Symphony …

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Elek Bacsik

Hungarian guitarist Elek Bacisk is really a cousin of Django Reinhardt, and it has continued his custom of blending golf swing and gypsy elements right into a coherent, expressive jazz mode. Bacisk in the beginning studied traditional violin and performed gypsy tunes in Budapest, after that turned to jazz acoustic …

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