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A study of the development of the style hongrois (Hungarian style), a specific musical language used by Western composers from the mid-18th through the 19th centuries (including Weber, Schubert, Liszt, and Brahms) to evoke the performances of Hungarian Gypsies. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. P
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"This work includes a valuable survey of nineteenth-century stereotypes of the Gypsies as a basis for an extensive and convincing discussion of the possible extramusical meanings that Western composers were trying to express. Bellman's meticulously described lexicon of the musical gestures used by composers to cue the style is an important and much needed contribution to musicology; it thoroughly defines the style hongrois as a musical topic." -- Choice
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