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Postby culúrien » 2006-09-17, 9:24

Can you tell me about any music sung in Hungarian? The more current, and the more popular the better, as I'm guessing I'll have a heck of a hard time finding it :D :) I'm not picky when it comes to style, so whatever you like 8)

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Postby Alcadras » 2006-09-17, 9:26

May the Google be with you! :lol:
Anyway, you can find from other topics, there are lots of links! Although everything, i'll recommend you to watch and listen songs from "youtube".

www.youtube.com

search "hungarian music" or "hungarian idol 2006".
I recommend the second one.

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Postby culúrien » 2006-09-17, 9:38

searching through a million threads is irritating. I tried. And youtube struggles with my current connection problems. And I did google (I keep getting sites IN hungarian or I keep getting hungarians who sing in english) and it was making me angry so I came here as a final attempt.
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Postby CoBB » 2006-09-17, 10:10

Not completely useless starting point:

Nem teljesen használhatatlan kiindulópont:

http://magyarzene.lap.hu/
Tanulni, tanulni, tanulni!

A pő, ha engemély, kimár / De mindegegy, ha vildagár... / ...mert engemély mindet bagul, / Mint vélgaban a bégahur!...

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Postby Levo » 2006-10-29, 11:07

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xe2Q0r2MEHw

Tessék parancsolni! Ebben még karaoke szöveg is van! Magyar népzene modernesítve... "Százszor ölelj még!"

Here you are! A karaoke text can also be found in it. Hungarian folkmusic made in a modern style..."Hug me a hundred times more"

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Postby darkina » 2006-10-29, 11:34

Bonanza Banzai! :bounce: :D:D:D

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Postby nJohn West-Hungary » 2007-05-24, 14:07

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ÁKOS was the componist for the art exhibition of the MUSEUM: House of TERROR ( Andrassy AVE. 60, Budapest.)

http://www.terrorhaza.hu/

http://www.terrorhaza.hu/index3.html


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Re: Music

Postby Oachkatzlschwoaf » 2007-05-24, 14:27

culúrien wrote:Can you tell me about any music sung in Hungarian? The more current, and the more popular the better, as I'm guessing I'll have a heck of a hard time finding it :D :) I'm not picky when it comes to style, so whatever you like 8)


I'm quite fond of the Hungarian band NOX, they're a modern pop/folk band. They performed the song „Forogj, világ“ in the 2005 Kiev Eurovision Contest.

http://www.nox.hu/ << their website, if you go in and look at their individual albums you can listen to some of their songs.
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Postby nJohn West-Hungary » 2007-05-24, 18:02

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IGNITE from Hollywood

ZOLI TÉGLÁS (37 yo)

http://www.igniteband.com/



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Postby nJohn West-Hungary » 2007-06-01, 10:28

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LGT

1. Értünk egymás nyelvén, minden szó beszél,
Mégis másképp érted, mint ahogyan én.
Más a szó, ha mondod, más ha hallgatod,
Nem tudná a bal kéz, mit akar a jobb.

2. Én tudom a dallamot, te tudod a szót
Én mondom az igazat, és te mondod a jót
Az én igazam nem biztos, hogy neked nagyon jó,
De mind a ketten várjuk azt az elfogyott, elhagyott,
Elrabolt, ellopott egy-két elfelejtett szót.

REFRÉN:
Minden ember jó, kit megtalál egy szó,
Minden szó is jó, ha embernek való.
Minden ember más, de éppen ez a jó.
Hát meddig várjak még,
Hogy felhangzik egy elfelejtett szó?

3. Érzem, amit érzel, látom, amit látsz,
Mégis másképp mondom, mit amit te vársz,
Gondolhatok bármit, előbb mondod ki,
Megbotlok egy kőben, s te fogsz elesni.

4. Én hordom a bal cipőt, rajtad van a jobb,
Összeköt a cipőfűző, nem egy nagy dolog.
Ami nekem jó, az talán neked nem való,
De mind a ketten várjuk azt az elfogyott, elhagyott,
Elrabolt, ellopott egy-két elfelejtett szót.

REFRÉN:
Minden ember jó, kit megtalál egy szó,
Minden szó is jó, ha embernek való.
Minden ember más, de éppen ez a jó.
Hát meddig várjak még,
Hogy felhangzik egy elfelejtett szó?

5. Szóból vannak hidak két ember között,
Csend lobbantja őket a fejetek fölött,
Mindenki mást érez minden szó mögött,
Ami nekem kéne, azt te nem tűröd.

6. Én mondom az igazat, s te mondod a jót,
Én tudom a dallamot és te tudod a szót,
Ami nekem jó, az talán neked nem való,
De mind a ketten várjuk azt az elfogyott, elhagyott,
Elrabolt, ellopott egy-két elfelejtett szót.

REFRÉN:
Minden ember jó, kit megtalál egy szó,
Minden szó is jó, ha embernek való.
Minden ember más, de éppen ez a jó.
Hát meddig várjak még,
Hogy felhangzik egy elfelejtett szó?

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Re: Music

Postby kman1 » 2009-06-11, 2:46

Can someone recommend some good Hungarian music to listen to? I think my Hungarian is good enough to where I can improve by reading alone. (i'm referring to fluency here and reading speed/comfort only)

I am a very active person so some music that I like 1. music that makes you dance (i.e. hip hop/breakdance music) (i’m NOT really that much into rap because of the absurd meaningless lyrics) 2. music that has A LOT of feeling and by this I mean music in which the singer really gets into and gives it their all (i.e. african american gospel) 3. music similar to 80’s/90’s love songs (i.e. earth wind and fire, luther vandross, etc.)

Hopefully you list songs that I can find on the internet and sample. Thanks! I can upload any songs of mine if you’re not familiar with any of the artists above. :)

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Postby Levo » 2009-06-11, 13:49

kman1 wrote:Can someone recommend some good Hungarian music to listen to? I think my Hungarian is good enough to where I can improve by reading alone. (i'm referring to fluency here and reading speed/comfort only)

I am a very active person so some music that I like 1. music that makes you dance (i.e. hip hop/breakdance music) (i’m NOT really that much into rap because of the absurd meaningless lyrics) 2. music that has A LOT of feeling and by this I mean music in which the singer really gets into and gives it their all (i.e. african american gospel) 3. music similar to 80’s/90’s love songs (i.e. earth wind and fire, luther vandross, etc.)

Hopefully you list songs that I can find on the internet and sample. Thanks! I can upload any songs of mine if you’re not familiar with any of the artists above. :)

Some days ago I posted some popular Hungarians song in the topic "MagyaRock"
viewtopic.php?f=63&t=23451

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Re: Music

Postby kman1 » 2009-06-11, 19:33

The only songs I liked from the ones you posted were "Nem adom fel" and "Áj láv jú" by Rapülők. I guess it's because I don't like rock music. I hope you can post more like the two songs above. Those two were kinda fun. thank you!

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Re: Music

Postby Lalaith en Noldor » 2009-06-22, 15:06

You may try listen to this: Quimby - Autó egy szerpentinen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_W_Xgt7QDw

Most múlik pontosan - an easier one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1voW_td ... re=related

Sehol se talállak http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bFhpr5N ... re=related

Or maybe Edda... Háromszor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqbH66J4kuc

You may try listen to more Quimby's songs since you don't like rock, they're pretty good, at least to me ^^
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Postby Bondi » 2009-06-28, 15:06

kman1 wrote:music that has A LOT of feeling and by this I mean music in which the singer really gets into and gives it their all

Lots of songs from TransylMania are passionate ones. Elpártolt liliomszál is a nice example (though the lyrics are symbolic as the song is based on a poem - "A Lily That Has Forsaken Us"). They play etno-rock (or folk-rock, whatever), so you might not like them altogether.

But if you liked Rapülők, then here's some similar classics from the "electronic realms":

Animal Cannibals: Takarítónő (Housekeeper Lady)

Animal Cannibals: Mindenki azt akarja (Everybody Wants [to do] That)

Sub Bass Monster: 4 ütem (4 Strokes [of the Engine])

Sub Bass Monster: Gyulafirátót [it's a funny song+clip about his village, Gyulafirátót]

Animal Cannibals & Sub Bass Monster: É. J.

Or here's this gangxta brutal sh*t from the war of the hip-hop bands and verses, if you like :D
T. K. O. - Nesztek! (Here you go!)

+1. I like this band, and she is the singer who appeared in the "Mindenki azt akarja" video above:
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Re: Music

Postby kman1 » 2009-07-22, 14:13

I thought these two were ok:

Animal Cannibals: Takarítónő (Housekeeper Lady)
Sub Bass Monster: Gyulafirátót
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Re: Music

Postby Levo » 2009-07-24, 22:10

I don't know to what extent you speak our language, but I remember when I didn't understand most of the lyrics of songs in English, I had a totally different taste, since I judged all songs by the melody.
Later, when my English got better, I started to loose interest in certain songs I liked before and got to like others which hadn't been interesting before.
Most songs posted in this topic have some strong society-critics or have something to say in the lyrics (other than love and depression).

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Postby Bondi » 2009-07-25, 19:30

And some of the lyrics are confusing enough for a native. :)

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Postby kman1 » 2009-07-28, 3:38

Levo wrote:I don't know to what extent you speak our language, but I remember when I didn't understand most of the lyrics of songs in English, I had a totally different taste, since I judged all songs by the melody.
Later, when my English got better, I started to loose interest in certain songs I liked before and got to like others which hadn't been interesting before.
Most songs posted in this topic have some strong society-critics or have something to say in the lyrics (other than love and depression).

that's a good point. i am totally judging all the songs based on their melody/rhythm only. hmm, guess that's my only option at this point but i guess i should re-evaluate the other songs as my ability gets better. :)

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