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Melinda Berlász

MELINDA BERLÁSZ Music historian, retired senior research fellow at the Institute of Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Melinda Berlász is laureate of  the  Sándor Veress Prize, the László Lajtha Prize and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ Award. She is a member of the Musicology Committee of the Academy of Sciences, of the Academy’s General Assembly, and of the OTKA Social Sciences Board. Her main research interest includes the history of Hungarian music in the 20th century. She is a corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts.

23 September 2018
"Sándor Veress wrote a number of historically authentic studies and essays about both Bartók and Kodály. Already during his years in Hungary, in the 1940s, he considered it incumbent upon him to interpret and disseminate the work of his two masters, publishing several important articles on the subject in Ethnographia and other professional journals. Later, living in Switzerland, he remained convinced that representing and promoting Hungarian music culture constituted a vital part of his calling."

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