The concept of intertextuality, employed to specify the transaction between two or more texts, has also started to be applied within diverse disciplines in the 1960s, the period tagged as postmodern. With this technique, works that connect the past and today and that are dominated by diversity and partiality have started to be produced. From this point of view, samples that have been formed in order to demonstrate to what extent intertextuality can enrich a musical work are examined within this study. It has been seen as a result of the study that the songs, formed by employing intertextual techniques, exhibit a multi-layered and polyphonic structure by connecting the past to the present. It has been concluded by the study that musical works, investigated by an intertextual viewpoint, reveal an inter-musical transaction.
Key Words: Intertextuality, Quotation, Inter-musicality.