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    Hello everone!

    My name is Peter, born and living in Hungary. I'm not a musician and non professional any area of music field.
    But a couple of years I fell in love with classical music, and a big fan of it now. I listen to chamber music mostly.

    Bye

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    Hi and bye.

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    Hi Peter. Welcome to TC. They're nice people (they forced me to say that).

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    Welcome to TalkClassical, Peter. Many of us are not professional musicians, but we love classical music. Hopefully you'll find many topics of interest and people with whom to discuss those topics on the forum.
    Last edited by mmsbls; Oct-29-2018 at 22:02.

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    Where in Hungary do you live? Are you a particular fan of Bartok’s, Kodaly or Dohnanyi?

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    Hello Peter. I'm not a musician either but I love classical music. How do you listen to classical music? Do you listen primarily on CD's, a streaming service, youtube...?
    "The function of music is to release us from the tyranny of conscious thought", Sir Thomas Beecham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triplets View Post
    Where in Hungary do you live? Are you a particular fan of Bartok’s, Kodaly or Dohnanyi?
    I live by the West corner of the lake of Balaton. I'm not a particular fan of Bartok’s, Kodaly or Dohnanyi, but I like their music. Particularly Bartok's string quartets, 44 duos for violin. Koodaly's folk related works.

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    I love Bartok’s Hungarian Sketches.
    Have you ever been to Esterhazy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triplets View Post
    I love Bartok’s Hungarian Sketches.
    Have you ever been to Esterhazy?
    Unfortunately not be. But it is not Bartok's place was, but Haydn's. Haydn papa served the miklos of Eszterházy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigaj View Post
    Hello Peter. I'm not a musician either but I love classical music. How do you listen to classical music? Do you listen primarily on CD's, a streaming service, youtube...?
    I listen to music on youtube, CDs, and the Classical Radio, which is an app downloaded from android Play store. You can receive mumerous classsical radio stations from different countries. There are chaneles like only Mozart, only beethoven, and so on.

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    Welcome to Talk Classical Peter. This is my belated greeting and seems that you already said what I wanted to know. Have a great time in this forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by APL View Post
    Unfortunately not be. But it is not Bartok's place was, but Haydn's. Haydn papa served the miklos of Eszterházy.
    Yes, I know of the Haydn association An day was hoping that if I go to Hungary again to be able to visit it

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