Hungary always cherish the Classical Music since the beginning from time. Also, in the early 60s, they began to listen and play Rock Music. Three bands dominated the scene by the start of the 70s, Illés, Metró and Omega, all three of which had released at least one album. A couple of other bands tape-recorded a couple of songs, but the Record-Producing Business, a state-run record label, did not promote or support these bands, which rapidly disappeared.
Disc production might just resume in 1925, but currently in the next year – as an outcome of the invention of microphones – electronic recording strategy was implemented. The only Hungarian recording company was Radiola. Amongst its recordings, one can discover efficiencies of Ede Zathurecky, Kálmán Pataky, and a number of other well-known Hungarian entertainers. Some of the most popular recordings of the era were the His Master’s VoiceSeries from 1928, including Bartók, Kodály and Lajtha, and the Patria-Series distributed by Péter Pál Kelen’s disc business.
It was also in the 20th century that musical competitions were arranged for the first time. By now, global and Hungarian competitors in Budapest organized by the Hungarian Radio and the Philharmony, reflect on a several decades long custom, and have fostered the professions of numerous young performers and musical bands.
As phenomenal parodists and lyrical innovators, they got broad appeal for a very explicit criticism of Budapest public transport business BKV. Lyric FM began transmitting on Might 1st, 1999, with a comprehensive program schedule with an emphasis on classical music and the arts. It is on air 24 hours a day.
Classic, jazz & more for relaxation, for dreaming, for your soul – Radio Romania Music, the only Romanian station devoted to classical music lovers, a public channel. A lot of Romanian and global performances live (classical, jazz and world music). Small talk, fantastic music.