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Compositions written as homage to or in memory of another composer are a special case of compositional reception: the composer refers overtly to an individual and perceptible personal style and technique of the composer to whom the homage is dedicated. The paper will portray on the one hand representative and recurring types of compositions dedicated to Béla Bartók, on the other hand such works, which highlight an extraordinary aspect of Bartók's oeuvre and are therefore suitable to open new perspectives for musicological analysis, too. The material forming the basis of the examination includes composers from different countries, generations or “schools” and ranges from early examples like István Szelényi's Homage (1947) to latest cases like Peter Eötvös' new concerto CAP-KO (2005).

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–872. NLE Neue Liszt Ausgabe/New Liszt Edition , ed. by Zoltán GÁRDONYI, István SZELÉNYI and alii (Budapest: Editio Musica, 1970

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