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The Zoltan Kodaly Memorial Museum celebrates the life and works of the renowned Hungarian music composer.
The Zoltan Kodaly Memorial Museum celebrates the life and works of the renowned Hungarian music composer. Housed in Kodaly's residence in Körönd where he lived from 1924 until his death in 1967, it presents his study with a well-stocked library, music salon and workshops. On display are his furniture, and other personal effects, as well as sound recordings and films associated with him.
Budapest, Andrássy út 89-91., 1062 Hungary
+36 1 352 7106
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