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2016.08.18. - 2016.09.18.
Miskolc
2016.08.10. - 2016.09.04.
Budapest
2016.08.03. - 2016.09.10.
Budapest
2016.08.01. - 2016.08.31.
Tiszafüred
2016.07.29. - 2016.08.28.
Békéscsaba
2016.07.27. - 2016.10.09.
Komárom
2016.07.22. - 2016.10.09.
Tihany
2016.07.15. - 2016.09.11.
Budapest
2016.07.14. - 2016.10.09.
Békéscsaba
2016.07.08. - 2016.09.11.
Budapest
2016.07.02. - 2016.07.02.
Budapest
2016.07.01. - 2016.07.01.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Nagykanizsa
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.26. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Budapest
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Baja
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.26.
Mezőtúr
2016.06.25. - 2016.06.25.
Budapest
Béla Bartók Memorial House - Budapest
Béla Bartók Memorial House
Address: 1025, Budapest Csalán út 29.
Phone number: (1) 394-2100
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10-17
The museum is closed on National, Bank Holidays.
The Bartók Béla Memorial House is located in one of the nicest places of Buda, over Pasarét, at 29 Csatán Street, Budapest. It is the house where the great composer last resided in Hungary. The three-storey mansion built in Secession style hosted the Bartók Family from 20 April 1932 to 12 October 1940. Bartók composed a number of masterpieces in this beautiful environment. continue
Permanent exhibitions
Bartók
The third room is Bartók's study room. His Bösendorfer piano, note-holder, carced desk and leather armchair, Remington typing machine, bag and other work tools, such as the Edison phonograph, about the latter of which Ferenc Péntek, son of the Transylvanian wood carver wrote the following "He had a tiny song machine, and what we sang into it." continue
In the music shop visitors could see Bartók
This exhibition mirrors the love of nature of the great Hungarian composer, Bartók. For him, nature meant the 'genius simplicity' and 'greatness'. His credo was the following: 'We create everything by copying nature.' His approach is well expressed in his cycle entitled 'Outdoors' with the theme 'The Music of Night' in which he indicates the sounds of nature. continue