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Autori: Ceribašić, Naila
Naslov: Macedonian Music in Croatia: The Issues of Traditionality, Politics of Representation and Hybridity
Knjiga: The Human World and Musical Diversity: Proceedings from the Fourth Meeting of the ICTM Study Group "Music and Minorities" in Varna, Bulgaria 2006
Urednik/ci: Statelova, Rosemary, Angela Rodel, Lozanka Peycheva, Ivanka Vlaeva, Ventsislav Dimov
Izdavač: Institute of Art Studies - Bulgarian Academy of Science
Grad: Sofia
Godina: 2008
Serija: Bulgarian Musicology Studies
Raspon stranica:: 83-90
Ukupni broj stranica u knjizi:: 8
ISBN: 978-954-8594-11-0
Ključne riječi: Macedonian music, Croatia, traditionality, representation, hybridity
The goal of this paper is to offer a sketch of the presence of Macedonian music in Croatia. Currently, it is arguably the most ubiquitous, ethnically marked non-Croatian music, performed not only by visiting Macedonian musicians, but also by domestic participants, some of whom are Macedonians, while other are non-Macedonian aficionados. It appears not only in small-scale contexts of music-making but also in public performance venues, commercial recordings and in the media, and it comprises not only simple borrowings, but also inclusions of Macedonian features into the scope of Croatian music. // In the first part of the paper, the author outlines the Macedonian musical contribution to the shared Yugoslav past, which is central to the flourishing of Macedonian music in Croatia today. She mentions a number of Macedonian urban songs, which functioned as pan-Yugoslav, although they were undoubtedly specifically Macedonian at the same time. Then, she discusses 7/8 meter, which was so popular that it even entered into the representative local musics of Croatia. Finally, she notes the borrowing of some Macedonian musical instruments, especially tapan. // The second part of the paper is dedicated to the main participants in the contemporary Macedonian music scene in Croatia: performance groups associated with Macedonian cultural organizations and two ethno-pop bands. The author concludes that the key differences in their positions and perceptions fall along the axis of official and unofficial backgrounds, as well as along the axis of traditionality and hybridity, rather than along the line of ethnicity. // At the end is a brief disscussion of hybridity, its benefits as well as its shortages to the understanding of (and writing about) contemporary social and cultural realities. Within this paper, the concept of hybridity is useful as an incentive to look more closely into the politics of representation of all of those participating in the play of traditionality.
Projekt / tema: 189-1890668-0662
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Znanost o umjetnosti,Etnologija i antropologija
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