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Bartok was primarily known for...

His integration of folk music into his pieces.

2

Bartok's Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta

- Sonata form.
- Melodic fragments, striking rhythms, folk-dance fragments, and novel percussion sounds.
- Motive a is in preface, theme 1, and contrapuntal bridge.
- Pizzicato in development.

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Copland

Was heavily influence by Stravinsky. With time, music grew to be more traditional. Wrote music that would speak to fellow Americans. Used jazz, cowboy songs, square dancing, and hymns. Leftist ideology, art should serve the people.

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Copland's Appalachian Spring

- Ballet music.
- Theme and variations.
- Square dances.

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