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 Ritual and transgression: a case study in new music
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title: Ritual and transgression: a case study in new music
authors: Carvalho, Sara
Marinho, Helena
keywords: ritual
narrative
performance
transgression
deconstruction
issue date: 2010
publisher: Centro de Estudos Sociais da Universidade de Coimbra
abstract: This research lies on the concepts of ritual and narrative as applied in a case study of a musical theatre piece. In traditional musical narrative the focus is on construction, and one could speak of fields around which hierarchies, systems and rules of musical language are built. In this piece we find unpredictable transgressive musical gestures, acted out by performers, combined with conventional narrative procedures. This study aims to demonstrate that the concepts of musical narrative and ritual cannot be seen as isolated objects but as entities of transformation by composers, and how the trilogy composer/performer/listener (audience) is associated with narrative and ritual. Ritual and transgression can thus be linked to traditional concepts of musical narrative connecting composing, performing, and listening activities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/7907
ISSN: 1647-0737
publisher version/DOI: http://www.ces.uc.pt/e-cadernos/media/ecadernos8/07%20-%20Sara%20Carvalho%20e%20Helena%20Marinho%2012.04.11%20FINAL.pdf
source: e-cadernos ces
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