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Village Music from Hungary and Transylvania: Selected Bibliography

Sources: Firstsearch RILM Abstracts; The Music Index on CD-ROM; The Music Index; University of Alberta holdings; University of Calgary holdings; University of Toronto holdings; New York Public Library Research Libraries Division holdings; Library of Congress holdings; Hungarian National Library Holdings. Last updated 10/06/04 14:43.

Adam, J. “The influence of folk music on public musical education in Hungary.” Studia Musicologica, Acadamiae Scientiae Hungaricae 7/1-4 (1965), 11-18.

Alföldy Boruss, István . “A Patria népzenei hanglemezsorozat [The Patria series of Hungarian folk music recordings].” Artes Populares no. 12 (1985), p. 257-270. ISSN: 0139-4649. Hungarian.

Almási, István and Iosif Hertea. 245 népi táncdallam [245 Folk Dance Tunes]. Marosvásárhely, 1970. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Antonietto, Alain. “The History of Central European Instrumental Gypsy Music.” Études Tsiganes (Paris) 1/1994 [special issue on music] (1994), n.p. COMMENTS: Criticized by Sárosi in “Hungarian Gypsy Music: Whose Heritage?”. The Hungarian Quarterly 38/147 [q.v.].

Arnstein, F. “The musical treasure hunters of Hungary.” Musical Courier 157 (Feb. 1958), 7.

Balázs, J. “Young people’s folk music movement in Hungary: revival or failure?”. ISME Proceedings [International Society for Music Education; ISME Yearbook] 10 (1983), 36-45. [MI CD-ROM]. UA Coutts Floor2 Education. 1. CALL NUMBER: MT 1 I62 [Book].

Bardos, Lajos (Budapest, Hungary). “Organika [The organic].” In: Tiz Újabb Irás, 1969-1974. 232-59. Music examples. In Hungarian.

Bartók, Béla. “Gypsy music? Hungarian music?”. In Suchoff, ed. Béla Bartók Essays [q.v.]. English. First published: Ethnographia [n.v.] (Budapest, 1931).

Bartók, Béla. “The influence of peasant music on modern music.” Tempo 14 (Winter 1949-50), 1924.

Bartók, Béla. Bartók Béla összegyűjtött írásai [B.Ö.I.; Béla Bartók’s collected writings] I. Ed. by András Szőllősy. Budapest, 1966. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Bartók, Béla, Zoltan Kodály et al., eds. A magyar népzene tára, a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia megbízásából. [Collection of Hungarian folk music, commissioned by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences]. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 1953-. v. ill. (part col.) maps. Other title: Corpus musicae popularis hungaricae. Unacc. melodies.
I. Gyermekjátékok [Children’s Game Songs]. Kerényi György, ed.
II. Jeles napok [Golden Letter Day Songs]. Kerényi György, ed.
IIIa-b. Lakodalom [Wedding Songs]. Kiss Lajos, ed.
IV. Párositók [Match Making Songs]. Kerényi György, ed.
V. Siratók [Laments]. Kiss Lajos, Rajeczky Benjamin, eds.
VI. Népdaltípusok I [Folk song types I] (1973). Járdányi Pál, Olsvai Imre, eds.
VII. Népdaltípusok II (1987). Olsvai Imre, ed.
VIIIa-b. Népdaltípusok III (1992). Vargyas Lajos, ed. [q.v.]
IX. Népdaltípusok IV (1995). Domokos Mária, ed.
X. Népdaltípusok V (1997) Paksa Katalin, ed.
(Citation: Erdély, “Folk music research in Hungary [...]” [q.v], p.60). U of T CALL NUMBER: M/1706/M3 MUSI (1951-73) [Vols. 1-6]. OCLC #: 98510. Add’l. info.: online catalogue, Hungarian National Library.

Bartók, Béla. Béla Bartók Essays. Benjamin Suchhoff, ed. New York Bartók Archive, Studies in Musicology, 8. New York NY: St. Martin’s Press; London: Faber and Faber, 1976. UA Rutherford N Flr. 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 60 B29 E5 1976.

Bartók, Béla (1881-1945). The Hungarian Folk Song. Trans. of Magyar népdál. Edited by Benjamin Suchoff ; translated by M.D. Calvocoressi. Albany, N.Y. (State University Plaza, Albany 12246): State University of New York Press, 1981. lv, 399 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. SERIES: New York Bartók Archive studies in musicology. 13. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 B29 E5 1981 -- c.1 -- BOOK - Available

Bartók, Béla. Hungarian Folk Music. Translated from by Michel D. CALVOCORESSI (New York: AMS, 1981) 218 p. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 B29 -- c.1 -- BOOK - Available 2. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 B29 -- c.2 -- BOOK -- Available

Bartók, Béla. Magyar népdálok: Egyetemes gyüjteménye Bartók szerkesztéseben [Hungarian folk songs: A collected edition by Bartók]. Budapest: Akadémiai, 1991. 1139 p. ISBN: 963-05-5789-4. Hungarian.

Bartók, Béla, comp.; Ed. by Kovács, Sandor; Ed. by Sebö, Ferenc. Hungarian Folk Songs: Complete Collection. I: Class AI, Nos 1-416. Budapest: Akadémiai, 1993. 1206 p. ISBN: 963-05-6315-0. Illus., music, index, maps, gloss. English.

Bellman, J. “Toward a lexicon for the Style hongrois.” The Journal of Musicology 9/2 (1992), 214-37. ISSN 0277-9269. [MI CD-ROM]. COMMENTS: Discussion of “S.h.” in 19th C. art music; mention of Gypsy, verbunkos, csárdás influences. UA Rutherford N Flr 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 1 J864.

Benko, S. “Transylvania: Education, culture and the arts.” The Hungarian Quarterly 35 (Spring 1994), 72-82. U of A CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N532.

Berlász, Melinda. “Dokumentumok az 1940-44-es Erdélyi gyüjtések és hanglemezfelvételezések történetehez [Documents of the Transylvanian collecting trips (1940-44) and the history of making LP recordings].” Magyar zene 33, no. 2 (June 1992), p. 115-137. ISSN: 0025-0384. Facs. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Bodza, Klara; Paksa, Katalin. Magyar népi énekiskola. I [Singing Hungarian folk songs. I]. Budapest, Hungary: Tankonyvkiado, 1992. 238 p. ISBN: 963-18-4459-5. Illus., music, sound recording. Hungarian.

Broughton, S. “Transylvanian twist.” Folk Roots 122 (Aug 1993), 12-13. Ill. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 3545 .S68 [ISSN not confimed].

Buckley, A. “Professional musicians, dancing and patronage: continuity and change in a Transylvanian community.” World Music 36/3 (1994), 31-48. COMMENTS: Alt. periodical titles: The World of music = Le monde de la musique = Die Welt der Musik [Basel, Switzerland: Bärenreiter Kassel, 1957.]. Ethnographic account of Romanian communities in Transylvania. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music CALL NUMBER: ML 5 W92 -- v. 36:no. 1 (08/1994) - v. 38:no. 2 (11/1996).

Cockell, James. “Schenkerism and the Hungarian Oral Tradition.” MA Diss. Univ. of Alberta. 1998. 70 p.

Corpus Musicae Popularis Hungaricae. SEE Bartók, Béla, Zoltan Kodály et al., eds. A Magyar népzene tára, a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia megbízásából.

Davis, C. W. “Bartók’s homeland.” High Fidelity/Musical America 31 (Mar 1981), 34-6. COMMENTS: Part of centenary tribute; a brief account of provincial Hungary. Il. [MI CD-ROM]. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 H636

Décsy, Gyula. “The pentatonic puzzle: Inheritance or coincidence?” In: FUSAC ‘88 ACEFO: Proceedings Of The Sixth Annual Meeting Of The Finno-Ugric Studies Association Of Canada. Lanham: U. Press of America, 1989. p. 3-8. New York: U. Press of America, 1989. Bibliog. English. UA Rutherford North Flr 5. 1. CALL NUMBER: PH 1 F514 1988 -- c.1 -- BOOK -- Available

Dobszay, László (Budapest, Hungary). “Die Umgestaltung von Barockmelodien in der ungarischen Volkspraxis [The transformation of Baroque melodies in Hungarian folk practice].” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Hungary) XVI/1-4 (1974) 15-23. Music examples. In German. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Dobszay, László. “A tipus-fogalom a magyar népzenékutatasban [The concept of type in Hungarian folk-music research].” Ethnographia (Hungary) LXXXIX/4 (1978) 497-509. Music examples, bibliography. In Hungarian; summaries in German, Russian. 78-05661-ap. U of C CALL NUMBER: GN1 .E78 [full title: Ethnographia: A Magyar Néprajzi Tarsasag folyoirata; not confirmed as of 27 April, 1997]. U of C CALL NUMBER: GN1 .E78 [full title: Ethnographia: A Magyar Néprajzi Tarsasag folyoirata; not confirmed as of 27 April, 1997].

Dobszay, László. A magyar dal könyve [The Book of Hungarian Song]. Budapest, 1984. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Dobszay, László. “Folksong classification in Hungary: some methodological considerations.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, (Budapest, Hungary) 30/1-4 (1988), 235-80. [MI CD-ROM]. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 5 .S86.

Dobszay, László and Janka Szendrei. Katalógus I. A magyar népdaltípusok katalógusa [A catalogue of Hungarian folksong types]. Budapest, 1988. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Dobszay, László and J. Szendrei. Catalogue of Hungarian Folksong Types: Arranged According to Styles. Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Zenetudomanyi Intezet [Institute for Musicology of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences]. Budapest: Zoltan Falvy, 1992. 94 p. v. : ill. ; 29 cm. COMMENTS: Hungarian folk songs with unaccomp. melodies and Hungarian texts. I: “Introduction and chapters 2 and 4 by Laszlo Dobszay; chapters 1 and 3 by Janka Szendrei.” I: “Translated by Maria Steiner; translation revised by Brian McLean”--T. p. verso. Discography: v. 1, p. 54. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. OCLC ACCESSION: 27824789.

Dobszay, László. A History of Hungarian Music. English translation of Magyar zenetörténet (1984) by Maria Steiner. [Budapest] : Corvina, 1993. 235 p. : map, music ; 18 cm. COMMENTS: Based on a rev. version of: Magyar zenetörténet. Includes bibliography and discography (p. [215]-229) and index. NYPL CALL # JMC 95-37. LOCATIONS: Performing Arts-Music. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/248/D613/1993 MUSI.

Dreisziger, Kálmán. “Magyar néptánccsoportok felelössége [The resposibility of Hungarian folk dance groups].” Magyar Népmüvészet Kanadában [Hungarian Folk Art in Canada] 1/1 (Dec. 1983), 2-3. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”)

Erdély, Stephen Lajos. Methods and Principles of Hungarian Ethnomusicology. Bloomington, Indiana University, 1965. viii, 150 p. music. SERIES: Uralic and Altaic series. v. 52. Includes bibliography. OCLC #: 105028. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/E73 MUSI. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 .E7 1965.

Erdély, Stephen. “Record review.” Ethnomusicology (USA) XII/3 (September 1968), 475-76. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Erdély, Stephen. “Traditional and individual traits in the songs of three Hungarian-Americans.” Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology 3/1 (1978), 98-151. COMMENTS: Transcriptions; categorizes folk songs according to the system devised by Bartók and Kodály. UA Rutherford N Flr 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 3799 C152.

Erdély, Stephen. “Folk music practices in Hungary and among American-Hungarians.” Journal Of Folklore Research 21, no. 2-3 (May-Dec 1984), p. 241-242. ISSN: 0737-7037. English. UA Rutherford North Flr 4. 1. CALL NUMBER: GR 109 I392.

Erdély, Stephen. “Folk-music research in Hungary until 1950: The legacy of Zoltán Kodály and Béla Bartók.” Current Musicology 43 (1987) 51-61. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 C98.

Farkas, Zoltán. “The Redemption of Instrumental Folk Music.” The Hungarian Quarterly 38/147 (Autumn 1997), 140-44. COMMENTS: Favorable review of Sárosi, A hangszeres magyar népzene (1996) [q.v.].

Fekete, S. “Interview with Halmos Béla.” Karikázó: The North American Hungarian Folklore Scene I/2-4 (Fall 1995; Winter 1996; Spring 1996), 1, 6; 5-6; 7-8. Ill. COMMENTS: Transcript of interview conducted by author at the Ninth Hungarian Folkdance and Folk Music Symposium, June 1995, Enon Valley PA.

Frigyesi, Judit. “Béla Bartók and the concept of nation and Volk in modern Hungary.” The Musical Quarterly 78/2 (1994), 255-87. U of A CALL NUMBER: ML 1 M984.

Frigyesi, Judit. “The Aesthetic of the Hungarian Revival Movement.” In Mark Slobin, ed. Retuning Culture: Musical Changes in Central and Eastern Europe. Durham: Duke U. Press, 1996, 54-75. COMMENTS: History, analysis and evaluation of the Hungarian folk music revival and its influence. U of A CALL NUMBER: ML 240.5 R48 1996.

Gabry, György. “Rustic life as reflected in Patria folk-music recording, II :Paraszti eletrajzok a Patria népzenei hanglemezek tükrében, II.” Magyar zene (Hungary) XXIII/3 (September 1982) 295-308. Portrait. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Gergely, Jean. “Népzene es mai magyar tarsadálom [Folk music and Hungarian society today].” In: Harminc ev. 1956-1986. Bern: Europai Protestans Magyar Szabadegyetem, 1986. p. 239-279. Hungarian.

Halmos, Béla. “Közjátékok egy Széki vonósbanda tánczenéjében [Ornamentation in the dance music of a string band from Szék].” Zenetudományi Tanulmányok (Budapest, 1981), 191-219. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”)

Halmos, István (Budapest, Hungary). “Towards a pure instrumental form.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Hungary) XIX/1-4 (1977) 63-84. English. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Halmos, István; Lanyi, Agoston; Pesovár, Ernö. Vas megye tánc es népzenei hagyomanya [The traditions of dance and music in Vas]. Szombathely, Hungary: Megyei Muvelodesi es Ifjusagi Kozpont, 1988. 305 p. Illus., music, bibliog., charts, tables. Hungarian. Summary in German and English.

Halmos, István. “Egy történeti reteg a magyar népzeneben [A historical stratum in Hungarian folk music].” Magyar zene 32, no. 2 (June 1991), p. 161-173. ISSN: 0025-0384. Music. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Halmos, István. “Zenes népszokasaink elterjedtsege [Hungarian regional musical folk customs].” Magyar zene 32, no. 2 (June 1991), p. 174-176. ISSN: 0025-0384. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Hamrán, Zsuzsa. “Válságban a Táncház-mozgalom? [Is the Táncház movement a struggle to survive?].” Magyar Népmüvészet Kanadában 1/1 (Dec. 1983), 8. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”)

Hirsch, E. “Pure sources, pure souls: folk nationalism and folk music in Hungary in the late 1930’s.” Dissertation Abstracts 57 (Sept 96), 1269A.

Hokkanen, N. “Muzsikás: reviving Hungary’s folk tradition.” Strings 6/6 (1992), 36-40. Discog. [MI CD-ROM]. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 749.5 S918.

Horvath, I. “Recent research by Chinese and Hungarian musicologists raises new issues concerning origin of Hungarians.” Chinese Music [Chinese Music Society of North America, Woodridge IL] 15/2 (1992), 33-6. Bibliog. [MI CD-ROM].

Jagamas, János and József Faragó, ed. Romániai magyar népdalok [Hungarian folksongs in Romania]. Bucuresti, 1974. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Jardányi, Pál. “The significance of folk music in present-day Hungarian musicology and musical art.” Journal of the International Folk Music Council 9 (1957), 40-42.

Jardányi, Pál. Magyar népdaltípusok [Hungarian folksong types] I-II. Budapest, 1961.

Járdányi, Pál. “Die neue Ordnung der ungarischen Volkslieder [The new classification of Hungarian folk songs].” In: Methoden der Klassification von Volksliedweisen. 123-33. In German. German. UA BARD CALL NUMBER: ML 3545 S93.

Jobbágy, Ilona and István Kutny. Hungarian Folk Dances. Graphic designs and illus. by Julius Hargittay. Astor Park, Fla.: Danubian Press, [1969]. 62 p. : illus. (part col.), music. ; 27 cm. SERIES: Hungarian heritage books. v. 1. LCCN: 69019409.

Kallós, Zoltán and György Martin. Tegnap a gyimesben jártam [Yesterday I walked in Gyimes]. Budapest, Europa, 1989. 491 p. In Hungarian.

Kaposi, E. and E. Pesovár, Eds. The Art of Dance in Hungary. English Translation of: Magyar táncmuvészet by Lili Halápy [et al.].[Budapest] : Corvina, 1985. 249 p. : ill. COMMENTS: Includes “List of illustrations” at end, and in pocket. Bibliography: p. 246. CONTENTS: The historical backgound / by Ernö Pesovár-Dance research and folk dance / by Ferenc Pesovár-Folk dancing and the folk dance movement / by László Maácz--Ballet in Hungary / by Gedeon Dienes-The teaching of dance / by Zsuzsa Merényi--Dance teacher training / by Edit Kaposi. OCLC #: 1699156. ISBN: 9631317269. U of T CALL NUMBER: GV/1688/H8M3413/1985 ROBA.

Kaptain, Laurence D. “The Hungarian cimbalom.” Percussive Notes 28, no. 5 (June 1990), p. 8-14. ISSN: 0553-6502. Illus., port., discog. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 1 P42.

Kiss, Lajos (Budapest, Hungary). Lorincréve népzenéje. Karsai Zsigmond dálai [The folk music of Lorincréve. Zsigmond Karsai’s songs]. Series: Népzene-néptánc-táncház, Hungary (Budapest: Zenemü,1982) 256 p. Music examples, index. In Hungarian. ISBN/ISSN: 9633304385.

Kodály, Zoltán. “Folk music and art music in Hungary.” Tempo 63 (Winter 1962-63), 28-36.

Kodály, Zoltán. “Pentatonicism in Hungarian folk music.” Ethnomusicology (USA) Translated by Stephen ERDÉLY. XIV/2 (May 1970) 228-42. Music examples, bibliography. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Kodály, Zoltán, editor. Folk Music of Hungary. Translated by Lajos VARGYAS, Ronald TEMPES, and Cynthia JOLLY. Revised translation by Laurence PICKEN .New York: Praeger; London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1971. Illustration, music examples. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 K76 -- c.1 -- BOOK - Available. Third Edition: Microfilm. Watertown, Mass. General Microfilm. UA Rutherf N Flr2 Microshelves. CALL NUMBER: GR 15 L77 reel 0728:04 -- c.1 -- MICROFILM - Available. SEE ENTRY BELOW.

Kodály, Zoltán. A zene mindenkie [Music belongs to everyone]. Edited by Andras SZOLLOSY. 2nd ed.; Budapest: Zenemu, 1975. 286 p. Bibliography. In Hungarian. 76-13281-bf

Kodály, Zoltán. Folk Music of Hungary. Rev. and enlarged by Lajos VARGYAS (3rd ed.; Budapest: Corvina, 1982) 195 p. English. Holdings data pending as of 27 April, 1997.

Kodály, Zoltán. Zoltán Kodály Selected Writings. Ferenc Bónis, ed. Trans. Lily Halapy and Fred Macnicol. London: Boosey and Hawkes, 1974. UA Rutherford N Flr. 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 410 K76 E5 1974.

Kodály Zoltán Emlekmuzeum es Archivum Bónis, Ferenc. “Zenetüdományi ulesszakra [Musicology conference].” Budapest, 1990. Magyar zene 32, no. 2 (June 1991), ISSN: 0025-0384. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Kolar, Walter W. and Agnes Huszar Vardy, Eds. The Folk arts of Hungary: papers presented at a symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1980. [Pittsburgh, Pa.]: Duquesne University Tamburitzans Institute of Folk Arts, 1981. 201, [2] p. of plates : ill. ; 26 cm. OTHER ENTRY: Symposium on Hungarian Folk Culture (1980 : Duquesne University) ISBN: 093692201X (pbk.). LCCN: 80054019. [MI CD ROM]. UA Rutherford N Flr. 4 CALL NUMBER: NX 571 H8 F666 1981.

Kovács, S. “Bartók’s system of folksong classification.” The New Hungarian Quarterly 22/83 (1981), 71-8. [MI CD-ROM]. UA Rutherford N Flr 2 CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N53.

Kovalcsik, Katalin (Budapest, Hungary). “A Szatmár megyei olah cigányok lassú dálainak többszolamusaga [Polyphony in the slow songs of Vlach gypsies in Szatmár county].” Zenetüdományi dolgozatok (Budapest : Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetüdományi Intézete) (1981) 261-72. Index. In Hungarian; summary in English. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Kovalcsik, Katalin. “The place of the Gypsies’ tradition in the folk-music of the peoples of Eastern Europe.” In: Traditional Music of Ethnic Groups-Minorities. (Zagreb: Zavod za Istrazivanje Folklora, 1986) 195-203. In English; summaries in Hungarian, Croatian.

Krader, Barbara. “Record reviews.” Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council Int (see: Yearbook for traditional music, USA) IV (1972) 194-95. See also. same j., 183-84. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 I614.

Laade, Wolfgang. “Record review.” Ethnomusicology (USA) XIV/3 (September 1970), 526. English. 76-13302-rr. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Lajtha, László. “Újra megtalált magyar népdaltípus [A re-discovered type of Hungarian folksong].” In Emlékkönyv Kodály Zoltán hatvanadik születésnapjára [Memorial volume for Zoltán Kodály’s 60th Birthday]. Ed. by Béla Gunda. Budapest, 1943. Pp. 219-234. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Lajtha, László (1892-1963). Széki gyüjtés [Collection from Szék].Budapest, Zenemükiadó, 1954. 363 p. SERIES: Népzenei monográfiák, 2. COMMENTS: Includes transcriptions of Hungarian folk dances of Szék, for instrumental ensemble, songs with instrumental acc., and melodies, unacc. LCCN: 63037228M. OCLC #: 98508. U of T CALL NUMBER: M/1706/L3S93 MUSI.

Lajtha, László (1892-1963). Körispataki gyüjtés [Collection from Körispatak]. Budapest, Zenemükiadó, 1955. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto,” [q.v.], 60).

Lajtha, László (1892-1963). Dunántúli táncok és dállamok [Dances and songs from Transdanubia]. Budapest: [n.p.], 1962. (Citation: Sarosi, “Gypsy musicians and Hungarian peasant music,” [q.v.], 20.)

Lange, B.R. “Gender politics and musical performances in the Isten Gyuelekezet: a fieldwork account.” Journal of American Folklore 109/431 (1996), 60. COMMENTS: An account of musical activity by Magyars and Gypsies in the church. UA Rutherford N Floor 4 CALL NUMBER: GR 1 J86.

László, Ferenc. “Bartók’s first encounter with folk music.” The New Hungarian Quarterly 19/72 (1978), 67-75. [MI CD-ROM]. UA BARD CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N53.

Leach, John. “The cimbalon.” Music & Letters, Great Britain LIII (April 1972), 134-42. Illustration, portrait, music examples. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 M981

Legányné Hegyi, Erzsébet. Stylistic Knowledge on the Basis of the Kodály-Concept. Translated by Susan Gray. Kecskemét : Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music ; [Budapest : Kultura, distributor], 1984. v. <1 > : music ; 24 cm. COMMENTS: Translated from the Hungarian. “Advanced level.” v. 1. Characteristics of folk music and renaissance style. U of T CALL NUMBER: MT/6/L35S8/1984 MUSI #1.

A Magyar népzene tára. SEE Bartók, Béla, Zoltan Kodály et al., eds. A Magyar népzene tára, a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia megbízásából

Magyar, Kálmán and Judith Magyar (American Hungarian Folklore Centrum). “Hungarian folk dances in Hungary and in America.” In: The Folk Arts of Hungary. Papers Presented at a Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1980. Edited by W.W. KOLAR and A.H. VARDY [q.v.] (Pittsburgh: Tamburitza, 1981), 171-201. Biblio. Ill. Map. Mus. COMMENTS: An introduction to the basic concepts of Hungarian Folk Dancing. UA Rutherford North Flr 4. 1. CALL NUMBER: NX 571 H8 F666 1981 -- c.1 -- Book -- Available

Manga, János. Magyar népdálok, népi hangszerek [Hungarian folk songs and folk instruments]. Magyar népmuveszet, Hungary 2, (Budapest: Corvina, 1969) 89 p. Illustration, music examples. In Hungarian.

Manga, János. Hungarian Folk Songs and Folk Instruments. Budapest: Corvina, 1988. 63 p. Illustration.

Martin, György. “A botolo nóta: Proportiogyakorlat nyomai a magyar néptáncban es népi tánczenében [Shepherd’s dance with a crook: The vestige of a proportio practice in Hungarian folk dance and dance music].” Magyar zenetörténeti tanulmanyok (Hungary) 1 201-21. Music examples. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Martin, György. “The relationship between melodies and dance types in volume VI of Corpus Musicae Popularis Hungaricae [q.v.].” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Hungary) XII (1972) 93-145. Music examples, table, dance notation. English. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Martin, György (Budapest, Hungary). A magyar nép táncai [Hungarian folk dances]. Magyar népmuveszet (Hungary) 7, (Budapest: Corvina, 1974) 74 p. Illustration, music examples, bibliography, thematic catalogue, index. In Hungarian.

Martin, György, ed. Magyar Néptánchagyományok [Hungarian folk dance traditions]. Ed. B. Andrásfalvy et al. Budapest: Zenemükiadó, 1980. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”)

Martin, György. Magyar tánctípusok és táncdialektusok [Hungarian dance types and dance dialects]. Budapest : Népmuvelési Propaganda Iroda, [1982?]. 266 p., [57] p. of music ; 20 cm. SERIES: Néptáncpedagógusok kiskönyvtára, 0324-6043. COMMENTS: Errata slip inserted. “Kiegészités az irodálom jegyzékéhez”: [2] leaves inserted. Includes bibliographies and indexes. OCLC #: 1739329. ISBN: 963562994X. U of T CALL NUMBER: GV/1688/H8M37/1982 ROBA.

Martin, György. Magyar nép táncai [Hungarian folk dances]. English. 2nd rev. ed. New York: Puski, c1988. 74, [56] p. : ill. (some col.), maps. ; 18 cm. SERIES: Hungarian folk art. COMMENTS: “Published in co-operation with Corvina Kiadó, Budapest”--Verso t. p. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN: 0915951150 9631326144. U of T CALL NUMBER: GV/1688/H8M36713/ 1988 ROBA.

Mason, C. “Bartók and folksong.” Music Review 11 (November 1950), 292-302.

McLeod, Mel. “20th century trad.” Folk Roots 12 no. 3:87 (Sept 1990), p. 19, 21. ISSN: 0951-1326. Port. English. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 3545 .S68 [ISSN not confimed].

Michel, Ursula. “[Conference report] Perspectives of ethnomusicology its aims and tasks in the Federal Republic of Germany and Hungary (conference, April, 1990, Musicological Institute of the Academy of Sciences, Budapest) [sic].” The World of Music; Journal of the International Institute for Traditional Music (IITM) 32/2 (1990), 125-27. UA Rutherford N Flr 2 CALL NUMBER: ML 5 W92.

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O’Connor, Peter. Walking Good: Travels to Music in Romania and Hungary. London Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1971. vii,112p. OCLC #: 664488. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/O26 MUSI.

Olsvai, Imre. “Typical variations, typical correlations, central motifs in Hungarian folk music.” Studia Musicologica 4/1-2 (1963), 37-70.

Napocensis, Anonymus. “Methods of Rumanianization employed in Transylvania.” In Witnesses to Cultural Genocide. Ed. G. Schöpflin. New York: American Transylvanian Federation and Committee for Human Rights in Transylvania, 1979, 1979. 57-87. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”). UA Faculté Saint-Jean CALL NUMBER: DR 279.92 H8 W57.

Nettle, Bruno. “Béla Bartók and Hungarian folk song.” Etude 74 (Dec. 1956), 10+.

Paksa, Katalin (Budapest, Hungary). “Special structure transformation in the group ‘jaj-nóta’ of Hungarian folk songs.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (1976). [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Paksa, Katalin (Budapest, Hungary). “Hungarian folksongs amidst twin-bar and strophic structures.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Budapest, Hungary) 19/1-4 (1977), 117. [MI CD-ROM]. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 5 .S86.

Paksa, Katalin. “Ornamentation system of the the melodies in Volume VI of Corpus Musicae Popularis Hungaricae [q.v.].” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Budapest, Hungary) 22/1-4 (1980), 137-185. [MI CD-ROM]. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML 5 .S86.

Paksa, Katalin (Budapest, Hungary). “Gyimesi tetraton-triton dálok diszitesi modja [Ornamentation of tetratonic-tritonic tunes in Gyimes].” In: Népzene es zenetörténet. IV 110-56. Music examples, tables. m In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/N4 MUSI #1-3*4(1972-1982).

Paksa, Katalin. “Stilusjelensegek a magyar népdáldiszitesben [Style and ornamentation in the Hungarian folk song].” Zenetudományi dolgozatok (Budapest : Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetudományi Intézete) (1985) 157-67. Music examples. In Hungarian. LCCN: 84646914 /MN. ISSN: 0139-0732. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Paksa, Katalin. “Line starting ornaments in the Hungarian folk song.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae (Hungary) XXIX/1-4 (1987) 219-36. Music examples. English. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Paksa, Katalin. “Népdáldiszites es népzenei dialektusok [Folk song ornamentation and folk music dialects].” Zenetudományi dolgozatok (Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetudományi Intézete) (1987) 151-71. Illustration, music examples. In Hungarian; summary in English. LCCN: 84646914 /MN. ISSN: 0139-0732. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Paksa, Katalin. “Connection of style and dialect in the ornamentation of Hungarian folksongs.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34/1-2 (1992), 73-80. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Papp, Geza. “Stilelemente des fruhen Werbungstanzes in der Gebrachmusik des 18. Jahrhunderts. [Stylistic traits of the early verbunkos dance in Gebrauchsmusik of the 18th century].” In: Musica antiqua. III. Music examples. In German; summary in Polish. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML36 .F46 V.3 1972. 1 LIBONLY. LOCATION: 9LT.

Pávai, István. Az erdélyi és a moldvai magyarság népi tánczenéje [Folk dances of Transylvanian and Moldvian Hungarians]. Budapest: Planetás, 1993. 430 p. In Hungarian; summary in English.

Peer, Rene van. “The glass dance-house.” Musicworks: The Journal Of Sound Exploration no. 50 (summer 1991), p. 42-48. ISSN: 0225-686X. Illus., discog., maps. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 205.5 M98.

Pesovár, Ernő. “Lajtha László es a néptánckutatas [László Lajtha and folk-dance research].” Magyar zene 34 no. 1 (Mar 1993), p. 54-56. ISSN: 0025-0384. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Pesovár, Ernő and Ágoston Lányi. A magyar nép táncművészete I: Néptánciskola [The art of Hungarian folk dance I: folk dance method]. Ed. László Vásárhelyi. Budapest: Népművelési Propaganda Iroda, 1984 (?). 206 p. ISBN: 963 563 003 4. ISBN 963 563 005 0.

Pesovár, Ferenc. Beres vagyok, beres [I am a farm hand, a farm hand]. Székesfehervar: n.p., 1982. Illustration, portrait, facsimile, music examples, bibliography. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: M/1706/B47/1982 MUSI.

Póczonyi, Mária. Népzene és zeneirodálom [Folk music and music literature].[Budapest] : Népmuvelési Propaganda Iroda, [1983]. 160 p. ; 20 cm. SERIES: Néptáncpedagógusok kiskönyvtára. Includes music and indexes. Bibliography: p. 158-159. Hungarian. LCCN: 81474907 /MN. OCLC #: 1740994. ISBN: 9635630808 9635620195 : 21.00Ft. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/P6/1983 MUSI.

Porter, James. “Record review.” Ethnomusicology (USA) XXVII/1 (January 1983) 165-67. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Racz, Ilona (Budapest, Hungary). “Bartók Béla Csik megyei pentaton gyujtese 1907-ben [Béla Bartók’s pentatonic collection from the county of Csik (1907)].” In: Népzene es zenetörténet. 9-62. Facsimile, index. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/N4 MUSI #1-3*4(1972-1982).

Racz, Ilona; Szalay, Olga (Budapest, Hungary). “Mutatok Bartók dállamrendjehez [Indexes to Bartók’s system of melodies].” Zenetudományi dolgozatok (Budapest : Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetudományi Intézete) (1981) 353-98. Index. In Hungarian U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Rajeczky, Benjamin. “Old and new singing styles in Hungarian folk song.” Journal of the International Folk Music Council 12 (Jan. 1960), 56-61.

Rajeczky, Benjamin (Budapest, Hungary). “A magyar népzenei hanglemezek [Recordings of Hungarian folk music].” Ethnographia (Hungary) LXXXIII/2-3 (1972) 370-73. Discography. In Hungarian.

Rajeczky, Benjamin (Budapest, Hungary). “Zur Frage der asymmetrischen Rhythmen in der ungarischen Volksmusik [Concerning the question of asymmetrical rhythms in Hungarian folk music].” In: Hoerburger Festschrift. 85-95. In German.

Rajeczky, Benjamin (Budapest, Hungary). Magyar népzene, III. A Magyar Tudományos Akadémia gyujtemenyebol. Hungarian folk music, III. From the collection of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budapest: Hungaroton LPX 18050-53, 1981. 3 v. 20 p. Music examples. In Hungarian; summary in English.

Rearick, Elizabeth C. (Elizabeth Charlotte), 1899-. “Dances of the Hungarians [microform].” [S.l.: s.n.] Teachers College, Columbia U., NY, 1939. viii, 151 p. : ill., mag. music ; cm. SERIES: Contributions to education. 770. Physical education theses on microfiche UO.74. COMMENTS: Describes folk customs in Hungary and Transylvania, state of music and dance research in pre-war Hungary and the west. UA Coutts Basemt Micromaterial. 1. CALL NUMBER: GV 02 0001 UO-74 0319-320 -- (2 fiche) -- MICROFICHE -Available.

“Record reviews: Transylvanian Wedding Music.” Ethnomusicology 28/3 (1984), 584-5. [MI CD-ROM]. COMMENTS: Cursory treatment. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “Gypsy musicians and Hungarian peasant music.” Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council Int (see: Yearbook for traditional music, USA) II (1970) 8-27. English. 76-13444-ap. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 I614.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “Elo népzene? [Living folk music?].” Urbe: Rivista romana (Italy) XII/1 (January 1972) 97-102. In Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “‘Népmuveszek’ korszaka a magyar népzenében [The period of ‘folk artists’ in Hungarian folk music].” Néprajz (Hungary) (1972) 25-35. Portrait. In Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Instrumental ensembles in Ungarn [Instrumental ensembles in Hungary].” Studia Instrumentorum Musica Popularis II 116-36. Music examples. German.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “A verbunkos bolcsojenel [The origin of the verbunkos].” Irodálomtorteneti Kozlemenyek /Literary History Communication (Hungary) LXXVII (May 1973) 563-66. Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint and Geza PAPP. “Zur Geschichte der ungarischen Tanzmusik, Probleme des Werbungstanzes [On the history of Hungarian dance music: problems of the courting dance].” In: Studia instrumentorum musicae popularis IV. Bericht uber die 4. Internationale Arbeitstagung der Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments des International Folk Music Council in Balatonalmadi 1973 [Studia instrumentorum musicae popularis. IV. Report on the 4th international workshop of the Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments of the International Folk Music Council in Balatonalmadi, 1973]. Series: Musikhistoriska museets skrifter. Ed. Erich STOCKMANN. 6, (Stockholm: Musikhistoriska museet, 1976). 147 p. In German, English.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “Instrumentale Volksmusik in Ungarn [Instrumental folk music in Hungary].” Studia Instrumentorum Musica Popularis 115-41. Music examples. In German. German.

Sárosi, Bálint. Gypsy Music. Translated by Fred Macnicol. [Budapest] : Corvina Press, c1978. 286 p., [22] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm. COMMENTS: Translation of Cigányzene. Includes indexes. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 S34 E5 1978 -- c.1 -- BOOK - Available

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “Népzene 10. Szoveges népzenenk regi retegeirol [Folk music, 10. The old strata of our texted folk music].” Muzsika (Hungary) XXII/10 (October 1979) 39-44. Illustration, music examples. In Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint (Inst. of Musicology, Budapest, Hungary). “Professionelle und nichtprofessionelle Volksmusikanten in Ungarn [Professional and non-professional folk musicians in Hungary].” Studia Instrumentorum Musica Popularis. 10-16. In German.

Sárosi, Bálint (Budapest, Hungary). “Hangszeres dállamok szoveggel [Instrumental folk tunes with text].” Magyar zene (Hungary) XXIII/1 (March 1982) 89-101. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. (Budapest, Hungary). “Sackpfeifenrepertoire [Repertory for bagpipes].” In: Becker Festschrift. 358-65. Music examples. In German.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Bartók’s folk music recordings.” New Hungarian Quarterly 25, no. 94 (summer 1984), p. 217-220. ISSN: 0028-5390. English. 92-07397-ap. COMMENTS: Mostly technical considerations: format, cataloguing &c.] UA Rutherford North Flr 3. 1. CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N53

Sárosi, Bálint. “Chromatik mit ubermassiger Sekunde in der ungarischen Volksmusik [Chromaticism with augmented seconds in Hungarian folk music.” Series: Reinhard Gedenkschrift 185-95. In German.

Sárosi, Bálint. “An instrumental melody.” Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council Int (see: Yearbook for traditional music, USA) XVII (1985) 198-205. Facsimile, music examples, bibliography. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 I614.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Methodische Erfahrungen bei der historischen Erforschung der instrumentalen Volksmusik in Ungarn [Findings and methods in instrumental folk music research in Hungary].” Beitrage zur Musikwissenschaft (Germany) XXVII/2 (1985) 167-173. Music examples. In German. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 5 B42

Sárosi, Bálint. “Egy hangszeres dállam [An instrumental monody].” Magyar zene (Hungary) XXVI/1 (March 1985) 64-69. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. “The return to folk music.” New Hungarian Quarterly 26, no. 98 (summer 1985), p. 206-209. ISSN: 0028-5390. English. UA Rutherford North Flr 3. 1. CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N53.

Sárosi, Bálint. Folk Music: Hungarian Musical Idiom. Budapest: Corvina, 1986. 188 p. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 3593 S339 E5 1986. SEE ALSO: Hungarian Instrumental Folk Music [sound recording]. Edited by Bálint Sárosi. Hungary : Hungaroton, p1980. 3 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm, monaural ; 12 in. COMMENTS: Title on discs: Magyar hangszeres népzene. Program booklet (28 p., illus.) in Hungarian and English. CALL NUMBER: M 1706 H937 1980 -- c.1 -- MUSICSOUND - Available.

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népzene ütempáros rétege [The twin-barred layer of Hungarian instrumental folk music].” Magyar zene (1987), 335-378. [Citation: Sarosi, “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 34 (1992), 45].

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népi dállam. II-V [The Hungarian instrumental folk-tune. II-V].” Magyar zene, Hungary XXIX/1, 2, 3, 4 (1988) 28-42; 197-218; 237-50; 351-78. Music examples, bibliography. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Magyar nóta es néphagyomany [The Hungarian popular song and folk tradition].” Nyelvunk es kulturank no. 75, 1989, p. 49-64. Music. Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népi dállam. VI-VII [The Hungarian instrumental folk-tune. VI-VII].” Magyar zene 30, no. 2, June 1989, p. 115-135. ISSN: 0025-0384. 30, no. 3, Sept 1989, p. 250-274. Music, bibliog. Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Forming of variants in the instrumental music.” In: Maqam--Raga--Zeilenmelodik: Konzeptionen und Prinzipien der Musikproduktion [Symposium: Berlin, 1988]. Berlin: International Council for Traditional Music, Nationalkomitee DDR, 1989. p. 325-330. Music.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Spezielle Fragen der Anordnung der instrumentalen Melodien [Special questions on the ordering of instrumental melodies].” Musicologica slovaca no. 16, 1990, p. 211-222. ISSN: 0581-0558. Music. German.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Ein Melodietypus in der ungarischen Volkstanzmusik [A melody type in Hungarian folk-dance music].” In: Dorfliche Tanzmusik im westpannonischen Raum. Wien, Austria: Schendl, 1990. p. 255-262.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Egy ‘jaj-nóta’ [A jaj-nóta].” Magyar zene 32, no. 2 (June 1991), p. 181-184. ISSN: 0025-0384. Music. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népi dállam: Valtozo strofak [The Hungarian instrumental folk-tune: Changing strophes].” Magyar zene 32, no. 3 (Sept 1991), p. 266-83. ISSN: 0025-0384. Music. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népi dállam: Hangszeres táncdarab [The Hungarian instrumental folk-tune: Instrumental dance pieces].” Magyar zene 32, no. 4 (Dec 1991), p. 374-385. ISSN: 0025-0384. Hungarian.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Form-extending dance tunes.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, (Hungary) 34/1-2 (1992), 45. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Sárosi, Bálint. “A hangszeres magyar népi dállam. Peldak a legujabb retegbol [Hungarian instrumental folk tunes: Examples of the newest layer].” Magyar zene 33, no. 1 (Mar 1992), p. 56-66. ISSN: 0025-0384. 33, no. 3, Sept 1992, p. 241-254. Bibliog. Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Southern and Eastern Europe: Hungary and Romania.” In Myers, Helen, Ed. Ethnomusicology. II: Historical and Regional Studies. London: Macmillan, 1993. xxviii, 541 p. ISBN: 0-333-57632-2; 0-333-44444-2. Series: The new Grove handbooks in music New York: Norton, 1993. ISBN: 0-393-03378-3. Port., bibliog. English. UA RuthN Flr2 Music Reserve. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 3799 E87 1992

Sárosi, Bálint. “Instrumental folk music in Transylvania.” The Hungarian Quarterly 35 (Spring 1994), 179-86. U of A CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N532.

Sárosi, Bálint. A hangszeres magyar nepzene. Budapest: Puski, 1996. 264 p.: ill.; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-144) and indexes. ISBN: 9638256737.

Sárosi, Bálint. “Hungarian Gypsy Music: Whose Heritage?”. The Hungarian Quarterly 38/147 (Autumn 1997), 133-39. COMMENTS: A polemic on recent writings by Patrick Williams and Alain Antonietto.

Satory, Stephen. “Táncház in Toronto: a transplanted tradition.” Canadian University Music Review/ Revue de musique des universités canadiennes 8 (1987), 45-61. [MI CD-ROM]. UA Rutherford N Flr.2 CALL NUMBER: MT 2 C232 no. 8 1987.

Sebok, László. Magyar néve? Határokontúli helységnév-szótár/összeállítótta és a bevezetést irta [Reference guide to Hungarian place names beyond Hungary’s borders]. Budapest: Arany Lapok, 1990. 267 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. LC CALL NUMBER: DJK7 .S4 1990. COMMENTS: Hungarian, with some German, Romanian, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, and Slovak. ISBN: 9630284553: 168.00Ft. LCCN: 92-199490. (Citation: Sebok, “The demography of a minority.”)

Sebok, László. “The demography of a minority.” The Hungarian Quarterly 35 (Spring 1994), 83-89. U of A CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N532.

Siklos, László. Táncház. Budapest: Zenemukiado, 1977. (Citation: Balázs, “Young people’s folk music movement in Hungary [...]” [q.v.], p. 41.)

Slobin, Mark. “Review of recording: Hungarian instrumental folk music.” Ethnomusicology (USA) XXIX/2 (spring-summer 1985) 363-68. English. UA Rutherford N Floor 2 Music. 1. CALL NUMBER: ML 1 E84.

Spur, Endre. “A supplementary note on the Gypsy orchestras of Hungary.” Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society (1937), 106-110. (Citation: Sarosi, “Gypsy musicians and Hungarian peasant music,” [q.v.], 8.)

Spur, Endre. “The language and status of the Gypsy orchestras of Hungary.” Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society (1938), 46-58. (Citation: Sarosi, “Gypsy musicians and Hungarian peasant music,” [q.v.], 8.)

Starkie, Walter. Raggle-Taggle: Adventures with a Fiddle in Hungary and Roumania. London, John Murray, 1933. xvi, 399 p. Out of print.

Suchoff, Benjamin (Trustee, Béla Bartók Estate, NY). “Béla Bartók and Hungarian folk song.” In: The Folk Arts of Hungary. Papers Presented at a Symposium, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 1980. Edited by W.W. KOLAR and A.H. VARDY [q.v.] (Pittsburgh: Tamburitza, 1981) 147-59. Facsimile, music examples. English. UA Rutherford North Flr 4. 1. CALL NUMBER: NX 571 H8 F666 1981 -- c.1 -- Book -- Available

Szalay, Olga. “A moldvai dialektus nehany sajatossaga Veress Sandor gyujtese alapjan [Some peculiarities of the Moldavian dialect on the basis of Sandor Veress’s collection].” Zenetudományi dolgozatok (Budapest : Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetudományi Intézete) (1988) 183-202. Music examples, charts, tables. In Hungarian; summary in English. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Szell, Jeno, editor. ‘Huzzad, huzzad Muzsikásom’: A hangszeres népzene feltamadasa [The revival of instrumental folk music in Hungary (‘Come on, play the tune, my musician!’)]. Budapest: Muzsak, 1986. 215 p. Illustration, discography. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/H89/1984 MUSI.

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Vargyas, Lajos. “Folk Music Research in Hungary.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiae Hungaricae 1/3-4 (1961), 433-49.

Vargyas, Lajos. Folk Music Research in Hungary. Budapest Akadémiai Kiadó, Pub. House of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences 1964. OCLC #: 233670. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/V37 MUSI.

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Vargyas, Lajos, ed. Népzene es zenetörténet, III [Folk music and music history, III]. Budapest: Musica, 1977. 284 p. Ft 45. Illustration, music examples. In Hungarian; summaries in English, German. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/N4 MUSI #1-3*4(1972-1982).

Vargyas, Lajos. “Protohistoire de la musique hongroise.” Studia Musicologica, Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 20/1-4 (1978) 3-73. Bibliog. Il. [MI CD-ROM]. U of C CALL NUMBER: ML5 .S86.

Vargyas, Lajos. A magyarság népzenéje [The folk music of the Hungarians]. Budapest : Zenemukiadó, c1981. 623 p. : music ; 24 cm. Includes indexes. Bibliography: p. 383-391. OCLC #: 1511909. ISBN: 9633303001 : 124.00Ft. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/3593/V374 MUSI.

Vargyas, Lajos. “Bartók and folk music research.” The New Hungarian Quarterly 22/83 (1981), 58-70. UA Rutherford N Flr 2 CALL NUMBER: DB 901 N53

Vargyas, Lajos (Budapest, Hungary). “Magyarság a népzenében: A vilagosan tagolt forma [What makes a folk music Hungarian: The clearly divided form].” In: Keleti hagyomany - nyugati kultura. Edited by Lajos VARGYAS. Budapest: Szepirodálmi Konyvkiado, 1984. 156-65 In Hungarian.

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Verdery, Katharine. Transylvanian Villagers. Berkely: U. of California Press, 1983. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”) UA Rutherford Flr. 3 CALL NUMBER: DR 280.4 V48 1983.

Veress, Bulcsú. “The status of minority rights in Transylvania: international legal expectations and Romanian realities.” In Transylvania: the Roots of Ethnic Conflict. Ed. J.F. Cadzow et al. Kent OH: Kent State U. Press, 269-88. (Citation: Satory, “Táncház in Toronto [...].”) UA Rutherford Flr. 3 CALL NUMBER: DR 279.8 T77 1983.

Vikár, László. “Szoveg es dállam kapcsolata [The relationship of text and melody].” Nyelv Tudományi Kozlemenyek/Linguistic Studies 85 no. 2 (1983), p. 449-453. ISSN: 0029-6791. Hungarian.

Vikár, László (Budapest, Hungary). “Nehany szo a magyar pentatoniarol [Some thoughts on Hungarian pentatonicism].” Magyar zene (Hungary) XXV/2 (June 1984) 207-09. Music examples. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/5/M33 MUSI evf 1(1960); 2, sz. 1-5; 3, sz. 2-6; 4(1963)+ CURRENT ISSUES IN: MUSIC.

Vikár, László. “Also kvartvaltas a volga-kamai es a magyar népzenében [Lower-fourth shifts in Hungarian folk music and in that of the Volga-Kama region].” Zenetudományi dolgozatok (Budapest: Magyar Tudományos Akadémia Zenetudományi Intézete) (1986), 125-39. In Hungarian. U of T CALL NUMBER: ML/55/Z48 MUSI 1987.

Vikar, László and Gábor Bereczki. Chuvash Folksongs. Trans. Imre Gombos. Rev. Laurence Picken. Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, 1979. 579 pp. Illustrations.

Virágvölgyi, Márta and László Felfödi, eds. A széki hangszeres népzene [The instrumental folk music of Szék]. Budapest: Planetás, 2000. 463 p. In Hungarian, summary in English.

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