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1 Introduction The micro-chronological examination of Bartók's autographs is not entirely a new theme in Bartók scholarship. A study of the compositional process may necessarily involve the examination of the

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Compositional Process,” in The Past in the Present: Paper Read at the IMS Intercongressional Symposium and the 10th Meeting of the Cantus Planus. Budapest & Visegrád, 2000 , ed. by László DOBSZAY (Budapest: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music, 2003), 499

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Compositional process of the canon For further discussion, we should broadly reconstruct the compositional process of this canon, which will considerably affect our understanding of the music. There are three key facts. First, the draft of this piece

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compositional events which followed the decision of adding this movement to the original four-movement concept. Although Somfai already described this part of the compositional process, during the preparation of volumes 29–30 of the Béla Bartók Complete

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the meaning of the neighboring constituents via the Pointwise Functional Application rule in (14) ( Rooth 1992 ), resulting in (13b). This composition process can continue at any distance and is insensitive to island boundaries. Third, at some point in

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: in the widening or shrinking circle of users, the elaborated modes of use, and the changing meaning and symbolism of the dress. Other romantic national costumes were the result of the contemporary compositional process of compilation. (On the Gaelic

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bifolios during the compositional process, it was Bartók’s habit to cover discarded versions by paste-ups – sometimes even half- or three-quarter-page-sized paste-ups. Such inserts in the manuscripts which Bartók left in Budapest were opened and studied

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Editio Musica Budapest Kurtág must have decided to create a chromatic version from the original diatonic melody at a later phase of the compositional process. He simultaneously sought to preserve the folk song character, in a later sketch adding to

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analysis, and so better than his written text –, while the mechanical boxed measure numbers 5, 10, 15, etc. merely assist the performer at rehearsal. – As an addition to the study of the compositional process, the crossings, replacements, and insertions of

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criteria: firstly, monophony as a folk music phenomenon showed striking differences to the harmonically based, often over-harmonized, polyphonic Western music; secondly, this music inspired their compositional processes. Monophony alone must have been a

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