Paul Arma (Hungarian: Arma Pál, aka Amrusz Pál; né Weisshaus Imre; 22 November 1905 in Budapest – 28 November 1987 in Paris) was a Hungarian-French pianist, composer, and ethnomusicologist. Arma studied under Béla Bartók from 1920 to 1924 at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, after which time he toured Europe and America giving concerts and piano recitals. Béla Bartók influenced Arma in his love for folksong and collection. He left Hungary in 1930, eventually settling in Paris in 1933, where he became the piano soloist with Radio Paris. His music is generally characterized by modernist tendencies, although his varied output includes folk song arrangements, film music, popular and patriotic songs, in addition to solo, chamber, orchestral and electronic music.

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  • Paul Arma, de son véritable nom Imre Weisshaus (22 octobre 1904 à Budapest – 27 novembre 1987 à Antony) est un compositeur français, d'origine hongroise. (fr)
  • Paul Arma, eigentlich Imre Weisshaus, (* 22. Oktober 1905 in Budapest; † 28. November 1987 in Paris) war ein französischer Komponist, Musikethnologe und Pianist ungarischer Herkunft. (de)
  • Paul Arma (Hungarian: Arma Pál, aka Amrusz Pál; né Weisshaus Imre; 22 November 1905 in Budapest – 28 November 1987 in Paris) was a Hungarian-French pianist, composer, and ethnomusicologist. Arma studied under Béla Bartók from 1920 to 1924 at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, after which time he toured Europe and America giving concerts and piano recitals. Béla Bartók influenced Arma in his love for folksong and collection. He left Hungary in 1930, eventually settling in Paris in 1933, where he became the piano soloist with Radio Paris. His music is generally characterized by modernist tendencies, although his varied output includes folk song arrangements, film music, popular and patriotic songs, in addition to solo, chamber, orchestral and electronic music. (en)
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  • Paul Arma, de son véritable nom Imre Weisshaus (22 octobre 1904 à Budapest – 27 novembre 1987 à Antony) est un compositeur français, d'origine hongroise. (fr)
  • Paul Arma, eigentlich Imre Weisshaus, (* 22. Oktober 1905 in Budapest; † 28. November 1987 in Paris) war ein französischer Komponist, Musikethnologe und Pianist ungarischer Herkunft. (de)
  • Paul Arma (Hungarian: Arma Pál, aka Amrusz Pál; né Weisshaus Imre; 22 November 1905 in Budapest – 28 November 1987 in Paris) was a Hungarian-French pianist, composer, and ethnomusicologist. Arma studied under Béla Bartók from 1920 to 1924 at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, after which time he toured Europe and America giving concerts and piano recitals. Béla Bartók influenced Arma in his love for folksong and collection. He left Hungary in 1930, eventually settling in Paris in 1933, where he became the piano soloist with Radio Paris. His music is generally characterized by modernist tendencies, although his varied output includes folk song arrangements, film music, popular and patriotic songs, in addition to solo, chamber, orchestral and electronic music. (en)
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