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Abstract


Ethnographic Music and Béla Bartók From Sociological Point of View
Bartók evaluates his predecessors according to the utilization of traditional materials and emphasizes the difference of his style from others. In his compositions, the style of a systematical use of ethnical and traditional materials is a new design action. In this text, it is considered essential to mention that Bartók has an important place and avant-garde role in the development of postmodern discourse. Because, the constructing risks of the discourse that appeared in Turkey during 1980’s and sometimes transformed into a sophistry are not prevented. Recognizing the postmodern via politics is popular and risky. Instead of this, it would be more appropriate to recognize postmodern via music and architecture. The design action is important in arts as basic aesthetical and ontological element. Bartók handled folkloric music itself as a living fact instead of a dead material which is worthy of a museum and has been in a deep relationship with it. It should be stated that Bartók’s tendency to “use traditional music for classical music” is a living and dynamic state more than a didactic one.

Keywords
Béla Bartók, Turkish music, traditional music, ethnographic music,



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