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    1. Dances from Vajdakamaras 2. In the Middle of Galicia 3. Three Feathers of the Peacock 4. Lads' Dance 5. When You Leave Transylvania 6. Turning Dance5/5(1).
  3. Fenrimuro says:
    Hungarian folk songs are very rich in themes and tunes. Hungarian people sang and sing about their joy, their sadness, if it rains, if it shines, if they are in love or out of love, in luck or out of luck. Here are some of the songs and folk performances we find really characteristic of Hungarian folk music.
  4. Kajilrajas says:
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  5. Gulmaran says:
    Csango is a dialect of Hungarian spoken in Moldova. Csango Music/ Csángó Népzene/ Hungarian Music of Moldova and Transylvania.
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  8. Akikus says:
    From the point of view of folk-lore, we may define the peasant class as follows: it is that part of the population engaged in producing prime requisites and materials, whose need for expression, physical and mental, is more or less satisfied either with forms of expression corresponding to its own tradition, or with forms which, although.

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