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I always liked jokes.
I like them not only cause they're funny, but good jokes use to have a way of their own to say more that they should.
Not sure that the joke i like are good. Nor that You will like them.
But hey, as I can have my blog, I will post them.
You can just ignore it
Or You can ask the mods to shut the blog, too

p.s. hope You will not mind if I will post some of my thoughts and impressions beside the jokes

Liszt, Hungarian music and the Gypsy

Posted January 2nd, 2015 at 05:35 AM by deaf tuner
Updated April 19th, 2015 at 12:06 PM by deaf tuner

Franz (or Ferenc in Hungarian) Liszt is one of those great Hungarian figures, tho they were not that much of Hungarians, wanted to be, and became Hungarians. Hungary's history is full of them.

I don't think I am wrong to say that worldwide love for Hungarian music started with him , although he was not the only, nor the first one one inspired by that music.

His 2nd Rhapsody, one of his most known pieces, is in some sort the very quintessence of a romantic view of Hungarian
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hier is da feestje !!!
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