The two Hungarians not only played music, they were themselves the music – in every nerve – down to their fingertips.

Adelheid von Schorn on Reményi and Liszt

Batta, András Musicology Department Music History

Belinszky, Anna Musicology Department Music Literature

Csobó, Péter György Musicology Department Analysis and Interpretation of Art

Fazekas, Gergely Musicology Department Music History, 17th and 18th Century Music, Special Courses

Gilányi, Gabriella Musicology Department Music History Research, Analysis and Interpretation of Art

Kaczmarczyk, Adrienne Musicology Department History of Western Music, Music History Research, Paleography, Propaedeutics, Music Aesthetics, Latin

Kovács, Zoltán Musicology Department History of Philosophy, Cultural History of Hungary, Ethics, Aesthetics

Kovács, Sándor Musicology Department Music History

Körösvölgyi, Zoltán Musicology Department History of Art

Lippe, Angelika Musicology Department German Language, Hungarian Language

Loch, Gergely Musicology Department History of Western Music , History of Electroacoustic Music

Mácsai, János Musicology Department History of Western Music

Nagy, Nóra Musicology Department English language, Hungarian language for foreign students

Noda, Yudi Musicology Department Hungarian Language for Foreigners

Dr. Pap, János Musicology Department Acoustics

Pásztor, Balázs Musicology Department Hungarian Language

Péteri, Lóránt Musicology Department Music History, Course on Mahler

Dr. Solymosi Tari, Emőke Musicology Department Music History

Somfai, László Musicology Department Beethoven's Later String Quartets

Szacsvai Kim, Katalin Musicology Department Musical Life of Hungary

Tallián, Tibor Musicology Department Musicology Research, History Of Opera

Tarnay, Annamária Musicology Department Italian language

Vikárius, László Musicology Department Music History, Urtext, Béla Bartók’s Lifework