In 2017, also inspired by Kodály's work, they staged their production Paternal Branch in the spirit of Hungarian folk music's Eastern connections. In that production, the Balkar, Nogai, Bashkir and Kumyk guests who Gergely Agócs met in his collection trips in the East revealed the parallels between Hungarian folk music and the musical folklore of Turkik Kipchak peoples. It appears the time has arrived for Hungary's Turkik cultural relatives to take a place in its cultural life.
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