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Autori: Zebec, Tvrtko; Miholić, Irena; Dunin, Elsie Ivancich; Mikisch, Taiya
Naslov: La petite Tonkinoise: A widespread music and dance virus
Izvornik: Abstracts of the 39th World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music, 4-11 July 2007, Vienna, Austria / Wild, Steven ; Zanten, Wim van (ur.). - Vienna : ICTM , 2007. 154-156.
Skup: 39th World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music
Mjesto i datum: Beč, Austrija, 4-11.07.2007.
Ključne riječi: La petite Tonkinoise; music; dance
Musical arrangement for tambura orchestra and dance notation of the Mala Tonkineza - Kineski Škotski ples (La petite Tonkinoise - Chinese Scottish dance), published in Croatia in 1908, only two years after Vincent Scotto composed it in Paris (1906), opened an interest and raised questions how musical composition and dance could become popular through different time and space, in different national traditions. French colonial influence was strong in Tonkin/Hanoi in Vietnam, and one could follow the feedback idea in France - the viewpoint of a French soldier who has a love affair with a Vietnamese woman, in the words by Georges Villard adapted by Henri Christiné, composed by Vincent Scotto, and performed by Polin and others. In the early 1930s the melody became popular again, performed by Joséphine Baker with the altered lyrics from the perspective of the woman, and Creole - American in Paris. The best popularisation of French songs all over the world was the introduction of ballroom dancing and sound motion pictures but also radio broadcasting, and music performed by military brass bands, and organ grinders. The aim of this panel is to find out and show the changes of melody and dance from text to context and opposite ; from the entertainment to the power and politics through the personalities of composers, performers and media in France, Germany, Croatia, Greece, Finland and other European countries but also in Canada and the USA. Individuals (like dance masters) could had an important role in social contexts sharing dance knowledge. Dancing schottische or polka dances on the particular melody could be interpreted as construction of different identities where one could follow relations from global to local context. The flow of ideas could be compared cross- cultural. The panel will be structured as a discussion of all participants: Elsie Ivancich Dunin (USA/Croatia), Taiya Mikisch (Germany), Irena Miholić and Tvrtko Zebec (Croatia).
Vrsta sudjelovanja: Predavanje
Vrsta prezentacije u zborniku: Sažetak
Vrsta recenzije: Međunarodna recenzija
Projekt / tema: 189-1890668-0661
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
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Povijest umjetnosti,Znanost o umjetnosti
Upisao u CROSBI: Tvrtko Zebec (, 16. Ruj. 2007. u 13:22 sati

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