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Cilt 5, Sayı 22  Bahar II 2016  (ISSN: 2146-9903, E-ISSN: 2147-3056)
Funda ESİN, Nilgün SAZAK

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1460743944 TURKEY’S İNFLUENCE ON HUNGARİAN FOLKLORE MUSIC IN A MUSICAL SENSE

Hungarians in neighboring independently while maintaining their lives invarious Turkish tribes, the Turkish lived together and intert wined, and are impressed by the Turkish culture. This cultural interaction more languages, has shown itself in the field of ethnography and folk music.
Hungarians are Finno-Ugric folk music originated from Uganda even thought they have been very close to the Turkish folk music.
From the XIX. th century Hungary Armin Vambery, Gyula Nemeth, Sander Takatsu, Kunos İgnacz date initiated through the efforts of the Hungarian social scientists, such as comparative linguistics and ethnomusicology studies, Turkey-has brought unknown to many aspects of light on the history of Hungarian society. Especially to investigate the true folk music of Hungary and eastern folk music to turn Zoltan Kodaly his students Laszlo Vikar the Balkan nations of the Anatolian melodies with Bela Bartok collected, Adana, Osmaniye compiled by nomadic folk songs of the region, most as a result of the benchmarking study, a variant of Hungarian folk song where the winning weight of opinion indicates that two of the country's historical and cultural ties between the peoples of the old and comes from a along tradition.

Keywords:Turks, Hungarians, Turkish-Hungarian Cultural Interaction, Kopuz, Kavala.