Songs of the Jászság Collected by Mike Gordon and the Kárpátok Ensemble I learned these songs, among others, as a musician with the Kárpátok Ensemble of Los Angeles during a month-long tour of Hungary induring which we spent a week with the Jászsági Ensemble in Jászberény. The lyrics reflect both the martial traditions of the I am looking for nő vasalásra and the lachrymose self-pity that seems to characterize so many Hungarian songs.
Hey, life is tough all over. But the songs also display a healthy streak of contempt for the cops and the Russians, neither of which was a risk-free attitude in the s.
The Hungarian language is not Indo-European and so has little in common with other European languages, though it is a distant cousin of Finnish. It's spelled phonetically and so is pronounced exactly as written, once you know what sounds the letters represent.
If you don't and are interested, see my Hungarian pronunciation guide. One interesting aspect of Hungarian is that it doesn't have separate words for "he" and "she," so most lyrics can apply to either sex.
This may be politically correct today, but it reflects a traditional culture in which men's and women's roles were so sharply delineated that there was no need to distinguish between "he" or "she," "him" or "hers" -- the context of a conversation normally left no doubt as to gender.
Orthographic note: Hungarian has two forms of umlauts, short ö, u and long. The long umlaut makes the same sound as the short, but is stressed or lengthened slightly.
The long umlaut can't be shown using the standard ASCII character set, or if it can I don't know how, so I've used standard umlauts oldal szörfözés találkozó. Instead of two dots over the vowel, the long umlaut looks like two accute accents over the character. For those who like things done just right, here are the words where the long umlaut should be inserted: Ugros verse 1, line 1, ö in esö.
Verbunk line 1, third ö in Gödöllöi.
Lassu csárdás verse 2, line 1, ö in föutcán; verse 3, line 1, ö in esöbe; line 2, ö in esö, ö in szeretömmel; verse 5, lines 1 and 2, ö in szeretöm. Friss csárdás verse 3, line 1, ö in egyesböl and kettesböl.
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