Ukulele & Languages

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Ukulele songs in Hungarian

22 2009

Today’s ukulele language trip will take us to Hungary which adds language number 45 to my collection of ukulele languages.

First is a cover of a song called Ott torony volt (there was a tower) by Hungarian bands Trabant and Balaton.
This song is played on an Oscar Schmidt OU5.

The next video is by the Red Nose Clown Doctors (A Piros Orr Bohócdoktorok), which is a foundation based in Budapest and aiming at helping sick children in hospitals heal by making them laugh.
Thanks to Al from Uke Hunt for finding this video.

If you’d like to find out more about Hungary and figure out what stupid questions not to ask a Hungarian, I suggest you read this post :
You know you’re Hungarian…

Finally, let’s travel to Hungary with this picture of Lake Balaton also nicknamed “The Hungarian Sea”.

Sunset on Lake Balaton, Hungary

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