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Európa Kiadó


Európa kiadó is a Hungarian underground rock band formed in 1981 in Budapest from the members of the then freshly disbanded URH: László Kiss, András Salamon and lyricist-composer-guitarist-singer Jenő Menyhárt, joined by József Dénes and András Gerő. Soon keyboardist Gerő and drummer Salamon parted, and got replaced by János Másik and Péter Magyar. Európa Kiadó was, and is on the verge of breaking up all through its lifetime with many pauses and farewell concerts, the first being in 1983, two years after its foundation. On releasing their first studio album, Popzene in 1987, Másik left the band for a while, Dönci, for religious reasons, for ever, to only return as cameo in later concerts; and on their 1989 album, Szavazz rám, Sziámi's János Gasner played the lead guitar. In 1990, not long before two of the founding members left the country for a longer period, Orsolya Varga became the permanent keyboardist, Péter Kirschner the guitarist, and the lineup remained unchanged until 2008, when Péter Magyar was appointed background percussionist, first accompanied by, then fully replaced by other drummers.

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Google previewThe Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (2017)

Europe by Timothy Rice, James Porter, Chris Goertzen

“A jövő itt van és sose lesz vége:Tér- és időképzetek az Európa Kiadóegyüttes zene- és szövegvilágában” (The future is here and it will never end: Concepts of space and time in the musical and textual world of the Európa Kiadó Ensemble). Magyar Zene 1:70–74. Szemere, Anna. 1985b.

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