Hungarian is difficult to learn, which would explain why Hungary gave birth to many great chess players and mathematicians!
Is it for the same reason that there has been so many remarkable hungarian musicians? To name but a few:
B Bartók, Z Kodály, G Kurtág, G Ligeti, F Liszt, P Eötvös
Conductors, pianists, string players, singers
G Solti, S Végh, A & I Fischer, A Doráti, J Ferencsik, F Fricsay, I Kertész, E Ormándy, F Reiner, H Richter, G Szell, G Varga,
G Sándor, M Kurtág, P Frankl, Z Kocsis, D Ránki, A Schiff, G Sebök, T Vásáry, G Anda, G Cziffra, A Fischer, A Foldes, L Kentner, L Kraus,
M Perényi, J Starker, L Auer, J Hubay, J Joachim, Z Székely, J Szigeti, T Varga, L Polgár, K Kovats, E Marton, S Sass, S Sölyom-Nagy, M Székely, P Fried,
and last but not least the Budapest, Hungarian, Végh, Tátrai, Keller, Takács and Festetics String Quartets.
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