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Meter 4o Example Stefanov. Sung by Mladen Kartalev, 48. 34, of Berkovltza, October, 1927. Notated by P. E. M. i Do-ma - ki nu - m domdoi-do-mo, do-ma-ki - ne nai-do-mo tm MORE THAN ONE IRREGULARLY DISTRIBUTED ELONGATED NOTE WITHIN THE MEASURE The 10/16 This ( is a quadruple measure, with ea accents on the Example 49. Sung by Nikola Dimitrov, 76, of 49). Komarevo, Pleven, March, 1928. Notated by 48 P. E. Stefanov. M. s Iz The two elongated beats (example first 12/16 - 360 m - iaz dil may appear do e - bur iu - nak, ko - le - do le in two other forms besides the one in example 44: Example 50 Example 51 A measure of the former classification is obviously neither a compound quadruple (3 + 3 + 3 + 3) nor a compound triple meter (4 + 4 + 4).

M. i Do-ma - ki nu - m domdoi-do-mo, do-ma-ki - ne nai-do-mo tm MORE THAN ONE IRREGULARLY DISTRIBUTED ELONGATED NOTE WITHIN THE MEASURE The 10/16 This ( is a quadruple measure, with ea accents on the Example 49. Sung by Nikola Dimitrov, 76, of 49). Komarevo, Pleven, March, 1928. Notated by 48 P. E. Stefanov. M. s Iz The two elongated beats (example first 12/16 - 360 m - iaz dil may appear do e - bur iu - nak, ko - le - do le in two other forms besides the one in example 44: Example 50 Example 51 A measure of the former classification is obviously neither a compound quadruple (3 + 3 + 3 + 3) nor a compound triple meter (4 + 4 + 4).

22 carols. Christmas Example songs, especially Example 22. Tebe peiem, chorbadzine (We Sing Sta-ni ni-ne, go-spo - di-ne, to You, Our Master). 26 dzi-ne. pe-iem, chor-ba- te-be use the identical metric pattern, In different parts of the country, dances which J>. = 70 ) and Kldteno horo but in other tempos, are known as Zad-Krdk ( (NX =40). , tempo J -200) is used frequently, and does not differ from the 5/16 pattern, of which it seems to be an augmentation. The essentially difference between the two is in the number of accents contained within the meas- The 5/8 in moderate ure: 5/16 has only units, one of which two accents is J*-)?

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