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An online resource combining short essays on music, dance, and other traditions of diverse Romani peoples from different parts of Europe with audio and visual media.

Monograph on Pentecostal worship music of Roma in Hungary

Monograph on enthusiasts of Balkan music traditions in the United States

Monograph on Romani musicians in Southeast Europe and in the diaspora in the United States

Monograph on Roma musicians and their influence on and appropriations in film and Western classical music traditions

George Batyi is a world-renowned Romani violinist. He is considered by many to be the top player in the genre. Starting at a young age (seen in one of the pictures at around 7 years old) he is well versed across musical styles of eastern European…

Monograph on the history of Roma-Gypsy violin and cimbalom bands in the United States (donated to the Conservatory Library circulating collection by Steve Piskor)

The song book, Gypsy Memories, is compiled with songs as played by Harry Horlick and his A&P Gypsies. Born in Kiev, Russia Horlick was a violinist who performed in various venues until he was drafted into the Russian army during WWI. When he was…

énekhangra, zongorakîséttel (Hungarian)
[singing, with piano]

A book containing sheet music for Hungarian songs written by various artists.

A book containing 92 Hungarian songs (with musical notation and lyrics)

Books of German// Hungarian folk songs featuring 44 songs, their notation, and translations into both German and Hungarian. Remarks on each song are featured at the bottom of the page.

A Bouquet of Hungarian Songs is a selection of Hungarian folk music compiled into a book of musical scores. The collection is 20 pages long with 16 traditional songs from various artists, including the sheet music as well as English, Hungarian, and…

This work is a collection of sheet music for 100 Hungarian songs and includes the text in the original Hungarian with translations in German and English. Desiderius Demény is listed as the composer. Elisabeth Lockwood and Adalbert Heidelberg…

Performances of Hungarian folk songs and czardas

Improvisations for violin and gipsy ensemble comprised of strings, 3 clarinets, and cimbalom

Analog disc featuring performances of Gypsy music from Hungary

Release by Cleveland-based B&F Records containing performances of Hungarian folk tunes by violinist Kálmán Banyák.

A recorded reportage on the day to day, routine life of a gipsy Primas in his home town. Recored at the restaurant of the Tisza Hotel of Szeged, Hungary, where Míhály Kárpáti and his orchestra play every evening.

Hungarian folk songs and czardas.

Performances of Hungarian Gypsy music by violinist John Brenkács.

Csárdáses, love songs, and folk tunes performed by popular singers and authentic gypsy orchestras

LP Record of Hungarian vocal music with a backing "orchestra" and vocals by Frank Mikisits. Taken from the backside of the cover "the ensemble on this recording are Americans who through inheritance and study recreate the happiness, sorrow, and gypsy…

This is a vinyl record of songs performed by Sándor Lakatos and his Gypsy Band, an instrumental group from 1960s Hungary. The album is from 1965 and in English is titled Budapest at Night. Lakatos was a violin player who's family had a long history…

A vinyl record of Hungarian Folk Songs & Csárdáses performed by Elemér Horváth and Gypsy Orchestra. Album cover is included.

Side A:
ABLAKOMON BESUTÖTT AZ ESTI FÉNY (Moonlight on my window)
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