Beethoven and Hungary
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When studying the lives and works of great artists from other lands, we Hungarians are always pleased to learn about any links they might have to our small country. In the case of Ludwig van Beethoven, the composer's biography includes numerous such instances. Katalin Kim and Pál Horváth, the two music historians putting together Müpa Budapest's exhibition on the subject, are presenting all the relevant information - with historical accuracy based on the most recent research and in a colourful and entertaining fashion - regarding connections between Hungary and the German composer's music, as well as its reception here.
Assembled by Katalin Kim and Pál Horváth.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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