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

Dallos, Erika Department of Vocal and Opera Studies Recitativo

Dalos, Anna Doctoral School 20th Century Hungarian Music History, DLA Seminar, Musicology PhD Seminar (Musicology Methodology)

Dani, Imre Strings Department Piano Accompanist

Darázs, Renáta Conducting Department, Kodály Institute Chamber Singing, Voice Production Techniques

Dauer Páva, Anna Department of Teacher Education Piano Teaching Methodology on Primary Level

Dávid, Krisztina Department of Teacher Education Cello Teaching Methodology on Primary Level

de la Ossa, Sergio Kodály Institute Folk Music

Demeniv, Mihály Keyboard and Harp Department Accordion as Main Subject, Chamber Music

Devich, Gábor Department of Teacher Education Clarinet Teaching Methodology on Secondary Level

Dienes, Gábor Woodwind and Brass Department Oboe as Main Subject

Dobos-Orosz, Flóra Music Theory Department Solfège and Music Theory

Dobozy, Borbála Keyboard and Harp Department Chamber Music, Harpsichord as Main Subject

Dobszay, Ágnes Church Music Department Church Music Subjects, Transposing and Score Reading

Dobszay, Péter Composition Department Contemporary Music, Ensemble Conducting

Domány, István Department of Teacher Education Trombone Teaching Methodology on Primary Level

Doór, Róbert Folk Music Department Folk Double Bass, Cello, Ütőgardon, Tambura Bass as Main Subject, Repertoire Studies, Teaching Methodology

Dráfi, Kálmán Keyboard and Harp Department Piano as Main Subject

Dr. Drahos, Béla Woodwind and Brass Department Flute as Main Subject