Zoltán Kodály (1882–1967) was one of the most defining figures for the hungarian musical life, also he founded the education of the modern music. For the composer 100th birth anniversary Imre Varga created the public statue, which was originally set up in 1982 in Budapest, next to the Vienna gate (Buda Castle). After restauration, the statue was located to the Püspökkert ("Bishop’s-garden”) in 2003, than in 2016 was placed back to the Europa Park.
The unique piece represents Kodály, it is the small version of the public sculpture.
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