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Playlist of Basic Hungarian Phrases

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  • Hungarian language lesson - Basics #1

    2:12

    Hungarian language lessons for total beginners of zero knowledge of the language. Like babies. Or foetuses, but without all that water around.

    Spreadsheet with the words of the lesson:

    Egészségedre!

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  • EZ Basic - Hungarian Girl

    3:21

    taken from Memories of Spring EP

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  • Hungarian National Anthem of Hungary songs Himnusz vocal easy sing-along with words lyrics

    1:39

    Hungarian National Anthem of Hungary songs Himnusz
    vocal easy sing-along with words lyrics public domain
    By Ferenc Kölcsey, a nationally renowned poet in 1823, and the romantic composer Ferenc Erkel
    Performance Copyright (c) by Szabo, Charles

    Isten, áldd meg a magyart
    Jó kedvvel, bőséggel,
    Nyújts feléje védő kart,
    Ha küzd ellenséggel;
    Bal sors akit régen tép,
    Hozz rá víg esztendőt,
    Megbűnhődte már e nép
    A múltat s jövendőt!

    Himnusz (in English: Anthem) is the official national anthem of Hungary. It was adopted in 1844 and the first stanza is sung at official ceremonies. The words were written by Ferenc Kölcsey, a nationally renowned poet in 1823, and its currently official musical setting was composed by the romantic composer Ferenc Erkel, although other less-known musical versions exist. The poem bore the subtitle A magyar nép zivataros századaiból (From the stormy centuries of the Hungarian people); it is often argued that this subtitle – by emphasizing past rather than contemporary national troubles – was added expressly to enable the poem to pass Habsburg censorship. The full meaning of the poem's text is evident only to those well acquainted with Hungarian history.

    The lyrics of Himnusz are a prayer beginning with the words Isten, áldd meg a magyart About this sound listen (help·info) (God, bless the Hungarians). The Hungarian anthem is thus unusual in expressing a direct plea to God rather than proclaiming national pride, the norm for the genre

    Official uses[edit]
    The public radio station Kossuth Rádió plays Himnusz at ten minutes past midnight each day at the close of transmissions in the AM band, as do the state TV channels at the end of the day's broadcasts. Himnusz is also traditionally played on Hungarian television at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve.

    Alternate anthems[edit]
    This reference to God in Himnusz meant that during the period of strongest communist rule in Hungary (1949–1956), the anthem was played but the words were never sung. Party Secretary Mátyás Rákosi even asked poet Gyula Illyés and composer Zoltán Kodály, two of the nation's most acclaimed artists at the time, to write a new, communist-themed national anthem. Both, however, refused. Following the collapse of the attempted Revolution of 1956, the new communist leader János Kádár tried unsuccessfully to replace Himnusz with the song Szózat as the national anthem[citation needed].

    Szózat (in English Charge), which starts with the words Hazádnak rendületlenül légy híve, óh magyar (To your homeland be faithful steadfastly, O Hungarian) enjoys a social status nearly equal to that of Himnusz, even though only Himnusz is mentioned in the Constitution of Hungary. Traditionally, Himnusz is sung at the beginning of ceremonies, and Szózat at the end (although the Himnusz, resembling a Protestant Chorale, is substantially easier to sing than the difficult rhythm of the Szózat, which is often only played from recording).

    Recognition is also given to the Rákóczi March, a short wordless piece (composer unknown, but sometimes attributed to János Bihari) which is often used on state military occasions; and the poem Nemzeti dal written by Sándor Petőfi.

    Another popular song is the Székely Himnusz (Szekler Anthem), an unofficial national anthem of the Hungarian-speaking Szeklers living in Eastern Transylvania (now part of Romania) and in the rest of the world.
    O God, bless the nation of Hungary
    With your grace and bounty
    Extend over it your guarding arm
    During strife with its enemies
    Long torn by ill fate
    Bring upon it a time of relief
    This nation has suffered for all sins
    Of the past and of the future! above from wiki

  • Conversational Hungarian

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  • Learn Hungarian - 30. lecke

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    Learn Hungarian - 30. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

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    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Learn Hungarian - 15. lecke

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    Learn Hungarian - 15. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Usual Phrases

    8:15

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    Usual Phrases · Dr. I'nov

    I Speak Hungarian (with Mozart) - Volume Basic

    ℗ 2008 CSLdV-Ionov

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Music Publisher: CSLdV-IONOV

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  • Learn Hungarian - 12. lecke

    8:53

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    Learn Hungarian - 12. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

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  • Learn Hungarian - 1. lecke

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    Learn Hungarian - 1. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Learn Hungarian - 2. lecke

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    Learn Hungarian - 2. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

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  • Learning Hungarian in the Subway

    1:06

    Eszter teaching Amanda Hungarian while on the subway!
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  • Learn Hungarian - 8. lecke

    7:51

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    Learn Hungarian - 8. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

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  • Learn Hungarian - 13. lecke

    6:36

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    Learn Hungarian - 13. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Hungarian Music REVIEW 5

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  • Learn Hungarian - 7. lecke

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    Learn Hungarian - 7. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

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  • Learn Hungarian - 10. lecke

    7:51

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    Learn Hungarian - 10. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

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    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Bóbita

    1:32

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    Bóbita (Live, Budapest/2009) · Halász Judit

    Csiribiri

    ℗ 2009 EMI Music Hungary Ltd.

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Composer: Tolcsvay László
    Author: Weöres Sándor

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  • Learn Hungarian - 23. lecke

    9:43

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    Learn Hungarian - 23. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Greetings for Hungarian fans

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    Elisa studio Helsinki 12.09.2012 Rasmus acoustic gig

  • Would you like to learn Hungarian? Im going to help you! :)

    4:21

    Hey Guys! I'm a Hungarian boy and I would like you to teach some things about my country. Here you can study some words in Hungarian!
    When you like this please subscribe ! :)
    Sorry, Gentelmen* :)

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  • Learn Hungarian - 9. lecke

    7:25

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    Learn Hungarian - 9. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Learn Hungarian - 16. lecke

    8:13

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    Learn Hungarian - 16. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Whisper Hungarian in My Ear

    8:02

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    Whisper Hungarian in My Ear · Patrick Cress' Telepathy

    Liberate the Radio Stations...

    ℗ 2003 Patrick Cress' Telepathy

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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  • Learn Hungarian - 6. lecke

    8:38

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    Learn Hungarian - 6. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1974-11-10

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  • Learn Hungarian - 24. lecke

    6:56

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    Learn Hungarian - 24. lecke · Dénes Szabó · Erőss Anna · Bánhidi Zoltán · Jókay Zoltán · Dr. Bőzsöny Ferenc · Péter Ferenc · Vadász Ágnes

    Introducing your Learn Hungarian

    ℗ 1974 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

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  • Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2

    10:30

    Born in Hungary of Hungarian heritage, Liszt spent most of his life abroad; although his grasp of the Hungarian language was highly limited, this did not prevent him from loving his native land. On visits to Hungary in the 1840s, he compiled a collection of folk melodies, drawn from both the Magyar and the Romany (Gypsy) traditions. These pieces served as source material for Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsodies. There are 19 solo piano works under that collective title; six of them Liszt or friends/colleagues transcribed for orchestral performance. The Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor exists in both forms, with only small changes—mostly to the length of phrases—between the two.

    Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor, the second and most famous of the 19 Hungarian Rhapsodies composed for piano by Franz Liszt between 1846–53. Originally composed in 1851 for solo piano, the work was soon converted into orchestral form by Liszt’s colleague, Franz Doppler.

    In the mid-19th century, many European regions experienced a surge of national fervor and cultural pride. Especially within the vast Austrian Empire, various formerly suppressed ethnic groups began to exert themselves, and music was considered an ideal tool for expressing their cultural heritage. Among the many regions controlled by Austria was Hungary, which, at this time in history, had no more zealous musical proponent than pianist/composer/conductor Franz Liszt.

    The Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 opens in a dark and dramatic mood with strong low chords. Dotted rhythms of alternating short and long notes borrowed straight from Hungarian folk dances become prominent. These slow opening pages gradually lead to brisk and energetic ones, just as folk dances may pick up the pace with time. In this aspect, the rhapsody bears a particular resemblance to the Hungarian dance known as the czárdás. These rapidly paced later pages sometimes have a light touch, but at other times they are all flash and fire. For the last page or so, the music rises and falls like the rolling hills of Eastern Europe. Whether in the original solo piano version or the subsequent orchestration, it is music rich with Hungarian heritage.

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  • Hungary National Anthem Himnusz with music, vocal and lyrics Hungarian w/English Translation

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    WATCH the instrumental version with lyrics at ….

    This channel does not own the music/lyrics, musical arrangement/accompaniment nor the vocal rendition/interpretation.

  • Hungarian National Anthem - English translation

    2:01

    Poetic translation of the Hungarian National Anthem. This is solely my own translation.

    Költőies angol fordítás a magyar himnuszrol. Az egész saját fordítás.

  • Whisper Hungarian in My Ear

    7:10

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    Whisper Hungarian in My Ear · The Toids

    Ruupert Dances in Fins

    ℗ 2001 The Toids

    Released on: 2001-01-01

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  • #Hungarian No.5 Kids Piano Self-taught #Live Performance

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  • Roger speak hungarian language - The Wall Budapest 25.8.2013

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  • Magyar Magic: A Hungarian Echoes Discussion

    17:15

    The video webcast of Magyar Magic with host Nadia Sirota, featuring performances and discussion of the music of Haydn, Ligeti and Bartok. This webcast on March 8, 2011 was part of Hungarian Echoes, a Philharmonic Festival.

  • Hungary: History and Culture

    5:40

    Artist: Makám és Kolinda

  • RAYMOND in Hungarian

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    Doesn't matter what language it is spoken in, it's still SHIT

  • Hungarian Basic Jumpsyle by Asdlowz

    1:05

  • Meeting with Roger Taylor

    3:34

    The Queen + Paul Rodgers was in Budapest on 28. 10. 2008. This is a short interview with Roger Taylor in Hungary.
    My tribute site to Freddie:

  • Magyar Marketing

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    Magyar Marketing: Helping you discover, celebrate, and share your Hungarian Heritage.

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  • Magyar Magic: A Hungarian Echoes Discussion

    5:34

    The video webcast of Magyar Magic with host Nadia Sirota, featuring performances and discussion of the music of Haydn, Ligeti and Bartok. This webcast on March 8, 2011 was part of Hungarian Echoes, a Philharmonic Festival.

  • Selkirk College Music Presents - Blues Scale Phrases for Violin

    3:12

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    Created and performed by Don Macdonald -

  • Firelight - Victor the Hungarian Man official video

    4:09

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    Director; Karl Alin Galea,
    Camera; Mark Frendo,
    Rigger; Paul Agius,
    Assistant; Charles Aquilina,
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  • Poem in Hungarian and Turkish by Bálint Balassi

    3:18

    Kecskés Együttes, Bakfark Bálint Lant Trió

  • Fusioncream: Good Morning Hungary!

    3:45

    Artist ......... Fusioncream
    Song........... Good Morning Hungary! (Jutasi Radio Edit)
    Source ....... 192 kb/s MP3

    Taken from:
    Title ........... Various Artists: Budapest Parádé 2002
    Format ....... CD Album
    Released .... August 2002 (Record Express, Hungary)

    Music by Tamás Jutasi
    Original editing, mastering: Cas!o Samples
    Published by Green House Publishing

    Thanks to Másfél for the samples


    p+c 2002 Record Express

  • Learn Slovak

    59:03

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    Learn Slovak · Binaural Beat Brainwave Subliminal Systems

    Learn Slovak

    ℗ 2012 Binaural Beat Brainwave Subliminal Systems

    Released on: 2012-04-05

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  • Elena and the Cream of Hungarian Jazz

    1:08

    Elena, an Italian participant of Eurodynamics Hungary, plays with popular Hungarian jazz musicians in Edelweiss, Budapest.

  • Magyarok szimfóniája / Symphony of the Hungarian People I

    8:50

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    Magyarok szimfóniája / Symphony of the Hungarian People I · János Decsényi · Adrienne Csengery · Péter FRIED · Gábor Eckhardt · Imre Hargitai · Componensemble · Zsolt Serei

    Old Hungarian Texts

    ℗ 1997 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1997-12-21

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  • Your Blue Eyes Are Stunning - Traditional Hungarian

    2:50

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    Your Blue Eyes Are Stunning - Traditional Hungarian · The Paganini Duo

    An Hour In Heaven

    ℗ 2007 The Paganini Duo

    Released on: 2007-01-01

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  • The Happy Hungarian

    1:37

    Rittman Ohio High School Band 2011

  • Hungarian Drag Queen

    3:17

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    Hungarian Drag Queen · Bad Accent

    Shadow of the rose

    ℗ 2003 Evzen Holas

    Released on: 2003-01-01

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  • Ungerska järnvägen

    2:26

    Polka av Magnus Bäckström, tillkommen i början av 70-talet i samband med tågluff i Ungern. Melodins början är en högtalarsignal som förekom på ungerska stationer.

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