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István Lakatos

and Hungarian music, the interpretation of early manuscripts, questions of music theory and style and music bibliography. He became a member of the Romanian Composers’ Union in 1955 and was awarded the Bartók commemorative medal in 1968. Writings ‘Székely László kótáskönyve’ [Székely’s Notebook], ZT , 6 (1957), 345–406 ‘Haydn-bemutató Kolozsváron’ [A Haydn première in Cluj], ZT , 8 (1960), 675–86 ‘Csokonai-dalok Kolozsvárt levő kéziratos zenei gyűjteményekben’ [Csokonai lieder in the Cluj manuscript collection], Nyelv- és irodalomtudományi

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András Benkő

revised by ValentinaSandu-Dediu

László, Ferenc [ Francisc ] ( b Cluj, Romania , May 8, 1937; d Cluj , March 17, 2010 ). Hungarian-Romanian musicologist and flautist. He graduated from the Conservatory in Cluj in 1959 and then became flautist in the Sibiu State Philharmonic ( 1959–65 ), chamber music instructor at the Cluj Music School ( 1966–70 ), senior assistant and later associate professor in the chamber music department of the Bucharest Conservatory ( 1970–91 ), and associate professor and later professor of chamber music and organology at the Academy of Music in Cluj-Napoca

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András Benkő

revised by Ferenc László

of the origin and structure of the six-four chord], LM , 1 (1965), 85–93 ‘Despre sistemele tonale în ‘‘Mikrokozmos’’ de Béla Bartók’ [The tonal system in Bartók’s ‘Mikrokosmos’], LM , 2 (1966), 99–122; in Hung. in Igaz szó , no.9 (1970), 423–30 and in Bartók-dolgozatok , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1974), 47–70 ‘A magyar népzene és műzene kapcsolatairól’ [The relation of Hungarian folk music to art music], Árkos 1971 (Sfîntu Gheorghe, 1972), 23–34 ‘Népzenénk kutatásának történet’ [The history of the research of our folk music], Korunk-évkönyv , 1 (Cluj, 1973),

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András Benkő

revised by Ferenc László

hangszeres zenéről’ [Research and method, ii: On instrumental music], Bartók-dolgozatok 1981 , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1982), 147–74 ‘Egy új stílus-mintájú nyugatias dallamcsoport román változatainak folklorizálódása’ [Romanian variants of an assimilated western European new-style tune group], Zenetudományi írások , ed. A. Benkő (Bucharest, 1983), 118–30 ‘Az erdélyi strófikus siratók’ [The strophic laments in Transylvania], Utunk Kodályhoz , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1984), 52–68 with L. Iştoc : ‘Proiect de clasificare a melodiilor populare vocale’ [A

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Ferenc László

Bibliography EitnerQ FétisB MGG1 suppl. ( A. Weinmann ) F. László : ‘Zur Tätigkeit Caudellas in Hermannstadt’, Forschungen zur Volks- und Landeskunde , 8/1 (1965), 91–3 F. László : ‘Caudella’, Muzica , 17/3 (1967), 30–31 F. László : ‘Viata lui Philipp Caudella [The life of Caudella]’, Studii de muzicologie , 16 (1981), 177–202 G. Papp : ‘Caudella’, Brockhaus-Riemann Zenei Lexikon (Budapest, 1983), 302–3 F. László : ‘Adalok Philipp Caudella életrajzához’ [Data for Philipp Caudella's biography], Zenetudományi írások

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Ferenc László

az erdélyi népzenekutatás’ [Kodály and folk music research in Transylvania], Utunk Kodályhoz , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1984), 38–51 ed.: J. Jagamas : A népzene mikrokozmoszában [In the microcosm of folk music] (Bucharest, 1984) ‘Áprily Lajos népdalgyűjteménye’ [Lajos Áprily’s folksong collection], Nyelv- és irodalomtudományi közlemények , 31 (1987), 161–74 ‘Insemnătatea cercetărilor făcute în Transilvania de László Lajtha’ [The significance of László Lajtha’s research work in Transylvania], Anuarul Arhivei de folclor , nos.12–14 (1993), 343–50 ‘Egy

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Géza Gábor Simon

Classic, and from 2000 with the affiliated label Pannon Archiv. It has issued approximately ten to 12 CDs per year in all periods and all styles of Hungarian jazz, notably by such groups and musicians as the Benkó Dixieland Band, the Trio Acoustic, the Trio Midnight, Lajos Dudás, Laszlo Gardony, Yochkó Seffer, and Tony Lakatos, as well as historical reissues of Hungarian gypsy ragtime and Hungarian swing and some previously unissued and rare recordings. (G. G. Simon: Magyar jazztőrtéret [Hungarian jazz history] (Budapest, 1999 ))

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Gabriel Banciu and Cristina Şuteu

and musicologist. He is considered the founder of musical aesthetics in Romania. Ştefan Angi studied at Cluj-Napoca Conservatory ( 1953–8 ) where his teachers included Márkos Albert (music theory), Jodál Gabor (harmony), Max Eisikovits (counterpoint), Jagamas János (forms), Földes László (aesthetics), Lakatos István and Benkő András (music history), Zsurka Péter (violin), Ana Voileanu-Nicoară (chamber music), Antonin Ciolan (orchestral ensemble), and Szenik Ilona (folklore). He then studied at Lomonosov Moscow State University ( 1963–5 ), with the philosopher Valentin

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Gilbert Rouget

summary] ‘Omagiu lui Constantin Brăiloiu’, CMz , 2 (1970), 15–273 [incl. tributes by I.D. Chirescu , E. Comişel , M.G. Andricu , G. Ciobanu , T. Alexandru ] A. Benkő : ‘Bartók Béla levelei Constantin Brăiloiuhoz’ [Letters of Bartók and Brăiloiu], Bartók-dolgozatok , ed. F. Lászlo (Bucharest, 1974), 191–239 J.-J. Nattiez : ‘Brăiloiu, a Structuralist and Comparativist Collector: a Contribution to the History of Ethnomusicology’, Collection universelle de musique populaire enregistrée , VDE-Gallo 30 425–30 430 (1984), 11–27 [disc notes] E. Comişel : Constantin

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Janka Szendrei, Dezső Legány, János Kárpáti, Melinda Berlász, Péter Halász, Bálint Sárosi, and Irén Kertész Wilkinson

Sári founded a non-dramatic style following the example of Ligeti, and László Dubrovay brought the techniques of electronic music to his instrumental works. The generation of Hungarian composers that emerged around 1980 did not formed a unified group, although many of them studied with Petrovics. Iván Madarász’s eclectic style shows an affinity with minimalism, István Márta uses collage techniques and incorporates elements from pop music, and the experimental 180-as Csoport (Group 180) of László Melis, András Soós and Tibor Szemző were influenced by Steve Reich. Many

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Malcolm Gillies

memoriae Belae Bartók sacra (Budapest, 1956) Liszt–Bartók: Budapest 1961 Conference in Commemoration of Béla Bartók: Budapest 1971 F. László , ed.: Bartók-dolgozatok [Bartók studies] (Bucharest, 1974) T. Crow , ed.: Bartók Studies (Detroit, 1976) F. László : Bartók Béla: tanulmányok és tanúságok [Béla Bartók: essays and testimonies] (Bucharest, 1980) International Music Council Congress: Budapest 1981 [ SMH , xxiv/3–4 (1982)] F. László , ed.: Bartók-dolgozatok, 1981 [Bartók studies, 1981] (Bucharest, 1982) F. Spangemacher , ed.: Béla Bartók zu Leben und Werk

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including Brother Jack McDuff, Lonnie Smith, Charles Earland, and Don Patterson. University Lutheran Church. 66 Winthrop Street, in Harvard Square. The church offers a “Jazz at the Church” concert series, often with no admission charge. An emphasis is placed on free-jazz concerts, and Laszlo Gardony and Garrison Fewell are among those who have performed there. (< http://www.unilu.org > ( 2001 )) Catonsville, MD Greenwood Electric Park. Winters Avenue. From 1919 to 1930 this was a regular venue for dances and functions at which Baltimore-based African-American bands