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recomposition

(rē-kŏm-pō-zĭ′shŭn) [L. re, again, + composer, to place together]
The recombination of constituents or parts.
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Pascall links Brahms's recompositions with the creation of some of his most innovative middle-movement generic types.
Dans le troisieme chapitre, Normand Brouillette presente le cas de la Mauricie, qui est passee d'une region-ressources avant les annees 1960, axee sur un vieux noyau de grandes entreprises, a la recomposition de son tissu industriel avec des PME locales, permettant de contrer les mises a pied des premieres quand ce n'est pas leur disparition pure et simple.
Good examples of recomposition are found in variations, such as Bach's Das Musikalische Opfer, Beethoven's Diabelli variations, and Schubert's charming Wiener Damen Landler.
(The contents of this set are given in Table I.) Various evidence points to Aldrich's direct hand in assembling this set of books, the most persuasive of which is that nearly all of his Palestrina and Carissimi recompositions derive from it.
Shay discusses this idea at length in his masterly article "'Naturalizing' Palestrina and Carissimi in Late Seventeenth-Century Oxford: Henry Aldrich and His Recompositions" (Music & Letters 77 [1996]: 368- 400), to which the present set of anthems is a welcome companion.