The song "Gloomy Sunday" was written in 1933, in Hungary, and has been recorded by artists from Billie Holiday to Björk. Because of its subject matter, some artists have refused to record it. But a record label in Berlin asked musicians to record their versions — and the results are anything but gloomy.
Hungary this week detained the first senior communist party official accused of war crimes in crushing the 1956 uprising. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Veronika Gulyas of the Dow Jones news service, in Budapest.