One of the sights of the Sárvár Castle is the Great Hall, famous for its beautiful ceiling frescoes, built by Ferenc Nádasdy III, a judge royal executed for his participation in the Wesselényi Conspiracy.
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In the history of European music, dance is part of countless works of art.
Debussy finished his series titled Estampes (Prints) in the summer of 1903.
Beethoven has already composed the earliest version of the Piano Concerto in B flat Major in Bonn, at the end of the 1780s.
Johann Sebastian Bach’s six sonatas composed for violin and harpsichord will be on the programme on March 21st in the Bartók Memorial House.
A review has been published in the daily newspaper titled Népszava on the new album by the Auer Trio released before Christmas including works by Haydn, Beethoven and Mendelssohn.
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