Hungarian folk music in the works Zoltana Kodaya and Bela Bartok
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Keywords

folklore
composer
ethnography
music
Hungarian music

How to Cite

Abdullaev, R. (2018) “Hungarian folk music in the works Zoltana Kodaya and Bela Bartok”, Eurasian music science journal. Tashkent, Uzbekistan, (1), pp. 27–34. doi: 10.52847/EAMSJ/vol_2018_issue_1/A4.

Abstract

Z. Kodai entered the history of the world musical culture as one of the pioneers of musical and ethnographic activity. The article raises questions of studying folklore, as well as the cornerstone problem of contemporary musicology - folklore and composer.

https://doi.org/10.52847/EAMSJ/vol_2018_issue_1/A4
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References

Bartok, B. (1965). Zoltan Kodaj [Zoltan Koday]. Sovetskaya Muzika [SovietMusic]. 2, pp. 96-97.

Bartok, B. (1959). Why and how to collect folk music.

Bartok, B. (1977). Sbornik statey [Digest of articles].

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