The Impact of Folklore in the Musical Cultivated Creativity

Armira Kapxhiu


The role of folklore in the musical cultivated creativity has become the subject of studies of many issues related to defining the national individual style of the composers in different periods. Country music has fed and actively feeds the professional art by giving examples of deep thought with an amazing phenomenon. In the musical creativity, folklore is used in various ways, ranging from methods of citation, elaborated by the creative individuality of the composer. In many cases, the innovative source modal-harmonic of folk creativity has maintained its importance, as well as other elements like prosperity of melodic figurations, rhythmic variety, instrumental colors etc. When we talk about these achievements we must understand in the most conscious way that these cases have nothing to do at all with primitive, ethnographic intervention as we do not need to leave up there with our intervention, where all signs of folklore are lost.

Keywords: folklore, cultivated creativity, traditional music, impact, folk song, Alignment, and processing of folk song. 

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