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24 October 2015
I first heard this album whilst working for the the BBC in 1987 or 1988..a workmate in the library there played it to me (thanks Mick) and it has stayed in my collection ever since as one my treasures. A great mix of traditional folk from Hungary with the sublime voice of Márta Sebestyén..I advise you to buy it.
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Unique and Amazing
6 April 2006 - Published on Amazon.com
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I was in high school when I first heard this recording. This was the very early 1990s. I was in the family room, as was my mom. All Things Considered was playing on the radio, to which we were paying little attention. Suddenly a spine-tingling song began playing. I was transfixed. It was so unlike anything I'd ever heard (Balkan/Finno-Ugric/Slavic-music virgin that I was at the time). My mom and I posited different ideas as to what it could be. We eventually decided it was some sort of Indian folk singer. Imagine my shock to find that it was Hungarian. The song in question was "Vettetem Violat." You'll understand once you hear it. Hungarian! Whoda thunk it? You'd never realize this was the same music Franz Liszt supposedly based much of his work on (though I understand that to be more Gypsy stuff than Magyar).
She has the loveliest, most entrancing (i mean this ...
7 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
She has the loveliest, most entrancing (i mean this literally) voice. Learning Hungarian could only deepen an already lovely listening experience.