Palya Bea
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1976-11-11
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Palya Bea

Palya Bea Biography (Wikipedia)

Bea Palya ([]; born in Makó, 11 November 1976) is a Hungarian folk and world music singer and songwriter, sometimes appearing in films as actress or singer. She is known in her country as "Palya Bea" since Hungarian uses the family name first.

In her early years she was influenced by Hungarian folk songs, Bulgarian, Jewish and Gypsy music, following her multiple ethnical roots.

Side by side with her musical career she developed a career in the film industry. She sang the title song for the Hungarian film Portugal (2000). As amateur actress Palya appeared in a supporting role in Miklós Jancsó's A mohácsi vész (2004). She played a more important role in French film Transylvania (2006), and sang in Kolorado Kids (2010). In 2017 she made her feature film debut with a leading role in Etienne Comar's biographical film, Django (2017) as gipsy wife of title character guitarist Django Reinhardt.

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Hoppá
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Doromb-boy
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Trad arr. Palyal: Ágról Ágra
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Trad arr. Palyal: Ágról Ágra
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Szep szemu szeretom (My Dark Eyed Lover)
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Szep szemu szeretom (My Dark Eyed Lover)
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