If you have information about this name, share it in the comments area below!
Songs about Berkis:
21 Hungarian Dances, WoO 1: No. 1 in G Minor (arr. L. Berki): Hungarian Dance No. 1, WoO1 (arr. for gypsy orchestra... by The Budapest Gypsy Orchestra from the Album Budapest Gypsy Orchestra
21 Hungarian Dances, WoO 1: No. 5 in F-Sharp Minor (arr. L. Berki): Hungarian Dance No. 5, WoO1 (arr. for gypsy... by The Budapest Gypsy Orchestra from the Album Budapest Gypsy Orchestra
8 Humoresques, Op. 101, B. 187: No. 7. Poco lento e grazioso in G-Flat Major (arr. L. Berki) by Dezso Balogh from the Album Clarinet Carrousel As Performed by Dezso Balogh
Berk-i Hat?f by Muhammed Celalettin Yüksel from the Album Thunder of Swords (Sufi Trance)
Berki by Fischer & Kleber from the Album No More Idols!, 13 [Explicit]
Berki (Original Mix) by Fischer & Kleber from the Album Bleed/Berki
Berki Laszlo emlekere (To the memory of Laszlo Berki) by Zoltan Horvath from the Album Pictures From Borsod Played by Zoltan Horvath
Books about Berkis:
The Berki Blunder by David Casler (Apr 28, 2014)
Kur beidzas varaviksne: Krsjanis Berkis un Hilma Lehtonena by Jukka Rislaki and Anna Zigure (2004)
Berki Viola (A Muveszet kiskonyvtara ; 124) (Hungarian Edition) by Zoltan Furko (1978)
Wiki information Berkis:
Krišjānis Berķis was a Latvian general. Rising to prominence as an officer of the Latvian Riflemen in World War I, he was promoted to the rank of general during the Latvian War of Independence, and served on the Army General Staff after the war.