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István Lakatos

Benkő, András [ Andrei ] ( b Feiurdeni, Cluj , Jan 21, 1923 ). Romanian musicologist of Hungarian descent. He studied at the Cluj Conservatory ( 1946–50 ), where his teachers included Major, Mureşianu and Lakatos, and took the state music teacher’s diploma in 1951. He was secretary of the Cluj Béla Bartók Choir ( 1948–9 ) before joining the department of composition and musicology at the Cluj Conservatory in 1949 , becoming lecturer ( 1952–67 ) and reader ( 1967–85 ). He took the doctorate at the Cluj Conservatory in 1977 , with a dissertation

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András Benkő

revised by Ferenc László

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 project on the classification of folk melodies]

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András Benkő

revised by Ferenc László

Hungarian folksong on a fifths structure and the fugal exposition], Zenetudományi írások , ed. A. Benkő (Bucharest, 1980), 263–70 ‘Bartók Béla: A magyar népdal: hatvan esztendő távlatából’ [Bartók: The Hungarian folksong : a perspective 60 years after it was published], Bartók-dolgozatok 1981 , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1982), 127–46 ‘Népdalgyűjtés a hétfalusi csángók között’ [Folksong collection at the Csángós of Hétfalu], Zenetudományi írások , ed. A. Benkő (Bucharest, 1983), 85–117 A népzene mikrokozmoszában [In the microcosm of folk music], ed. I. Almási

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András Benkő

revised by ValentinaSandu-Dediu

[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 (1991–2007). He gave up his playing career in the 1970s, and began to concentrate more on journalism and musicology. A self-taught musicologist, he wrote extensive criticism and numerous studies, notably on the music of Bartók, in both Romanian and Hungarian. He was the founding president of the Romanian Mozart Society and the artistic director of the Cluj Mozart Festival. Among the numerous distinctions he received are the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, awarded by the federal president of Austria (...

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Gabriel Banciu and Cristina Şuteu

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 Ferdinandovich Asmus, where he graduated

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

L. Dobszay : ‘Comparative Research into an “Old Style” of Hungarian Folk Music’, SMH , 15 (1973), 15–78 I. Almási : ‘Bartók és az erdélyi magyar népzenekutatás’ [Bartók and folk music research in Transylvania], Bartók dolgozatok , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1974), 103–9 A. Benkő , ed.: Seprődi János válogatott zenei irásai és népzenei gyűjtése [Seprődi’s selected writings on music and folksong collections] (Bucharest, 1974) I. Szenik : ‘Kutatás és módszer’ [Research and method], Bartókdolgozatok , ed. F. László (Bucharest, 1974), 111–37 L. Dobszay