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In Hodasz, Hungary, this Rom (gypsy) violinist learned Klezmer from the neighboring Jewish musicians, before WWII. Today, the Jewish community of Hodasz is just a memory, but Klezmer melodies still survive among the Rom.Occasionally this man travels to Budapest to play for tourists.

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