Cyclical structures in the late music of Leos Janacek

Josephson, Nors S.
June 1995
Musical Quarterly;Summer95, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p402
Academic Journal
Analyzes the music of the late Czech composer Leos Janacek. Cyclical; structure of Janacek's music; Increased use of cyclical musical structures in the 20th century; Four basic cyclical procedures in Janacek's later compositions; Analysis of some of Janacek's compositions.


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