The Hungarian language is closely related to two small nations in Western Siberia. Together, the Magyar, the Mansi, and the Khanty form the Ugric branch of the Finno-Ugric language group.
Here are videos of Mansi and Khanty music. They were filmed by the Hungarian musician Nandor Kovács.
A Khanty Song, prefaced by counting the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4. It has the same orgin as the Magyar numbers:
egy, kettő, három, négy (Magyar)
yit, kat, xutem, nyatə (Khanty)
A Mansi Song played on a zither-like instrument similar to a Finnish kantele. The photos are not only of the Mansi, but of artwork from the wider cultural area that shaped Hungarian and other Finno-Ugric cultures.
Finally, here is Nandor Kovács playing a traditional Magyar song on a modern-day equivalent of a Hungarian long flute: