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Conversation with Lőrincz Lajos born in 1931 in the village of Korond, Székelyföld, Transylvania. Lőrincz Lajos came from a family of good singers, musicians. This is an account of his very active career as musician, cultural organizer, choreographer, dancer, traditional dance and music collector. The dance archive at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences includes a film of Lőrincz dancing in 1957. One of the founding members of the National Székely Folk Ensemble. „...to be a good dancer, an average ear for music is not enough, it must be above average, because what is dance? I take in the music and convert it into movement. If I am not talented enough for music to create dance in me, then I cannot be a truely good dancer......every dance has its own tempo..... then if I dance it too fast, it's not any better than if I dance it too slow....” Article by Abkarovits Endre (First published in „Nyelvünk és Kultúránk” 2004/1.)