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Dr. László Végh was a well-known character in the underground circles in Hungary in the 1960s. A radiologist and composer with a nonconformist attitude, he organized informal meetings in his parent’s apartment and in other places, at which he presented experimental works of music, gave lectures, and arranged readings and debates. He recorded these events, and he archived them and presented them on other occasions. The archive mostly consists of musical recordings and scores, and it contains the recorded readings and debates, as well as letters, documents, manuscripts, memos, photographs, slides, and drawings.
- Budapest József körút 34, Hungary 1085
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