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Hungary For More

The Ether Game Brain Trust is dining on some goulash in an all-Hungarian show!

We're floating down the Tisza River this week, looking at all things Hungarian!

This week, Ether Game pays tribute to the land of the Danube and the Tisza, the country of Buda and Pest, the kingdom of goulash and paprika. It’s an all Hungarian show called “Hungary For More.”

Did you know…

  • The “Rakoczy March,” Hungary’s most famous patriotic tune, was used in music by Franz LisztHector Berlioz, and Johann Strauss II.
  • The lost manuscript to the Piano Sonata in A Major, K. 331 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was found in 2014 in a library in Budapest, Hungary!
  • Composer Ernst von Dohnányi was the director of both the Budapest Philharmonic and the Budapest Academy of Music (now known as the Franz Liszt Academy).

See the full playlist below.

And don’t forget to listen to our podcast!



Music Heard On This Episode


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