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Armira Kapxhiu


Albanian folk music is presented with inalienable value. Albanian folk music presents a rich heritage and varied in styles, in modes of singing, in varieties of folk instruments of rhythms. It expresses its originality, first of all, in the modal-intonation system. It is built on four main tonal systems: pentatonic (that is found commonly in polyphony folk creations), diatonic (which, as a rule, is found in homophonic creations), chromatic building (generally on city folk music) and enharmonic construction (mostly in folk vocal music and in a part of instrumental music, mainly to what is executed through non-tempered wind tools. Asan especially important melodic element of Albanian folklore are folk ions, that in our opinion have been, are, and will be an important source of support for professional composers in their creations, in different periods of history, the present and the future, and for this reason we considered it as important to stop in one of their analysis.

Keywords: Albanian music, folkloric elements, Albanian composers, cultivated music stages.

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