|Title||Beyond the Forest. Hungarian music in Transylvania - ACE224.4|
Ferenc Bodor, Hungarian Academy of Craft and Design, on "the tragedy of the Hungarian minority" in Romania, explaining that their rights were withdrawn by the Romanian government and the neighbouring Hungarian government did nothing to help them. Commentary talks about a revival of interest in Transylvanian culture among young Hungarians. Street scenes; antique shop selling traditional Transylvanian costumes, etc.; queue; statue of Marx and Engels. Bodor says that the state was suspicious of the Dance House movement. Budapest. The Dance House. Muzsikás and Csaba Őkrős performing. People dancing. Men dancing solo; women in groups.
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