Du verbe instrumental dans la musique subsaharienne
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dc.contributor.author Anakesa Kululuka, Apollinaire es
dc.date.accessioned 2021-12-23T12:21:26Z
dc.date.available 2021-12-23T12:21:26Z
dc.date.issued 2021 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/81168
dc.description.abstract Sub-Saharan music results from the spoken language/instrumental language relation, directed by an oral culture. In this culture, these languages transmit ? beyond their singularities ? messages thanks to either a coded signal known by the linguistic community or previously defined among a group of individuals, or is used as a true meta-language copied on the articulated and usual language used every day. Here, an instrumental musical speech can then imitate and reproduce the tonal inflexions of the language to make its matter understandable. This fact is the natural result of a strong interaction and interrelation between the spoken language and the music as well as the conception that the Africans of South Sahara have of it. This concept underlying the very tight link between the musical fact and the Word, the musical act then carries a communicative importance equal to the one in a spoken language. What concept rules such a language? What treatment is language subjected to in the affectation of its components in the musical discourse of to the instrumental Word and vice versa? What are the technical, contextual and expressive parameters that underlie, determine and contribute to the distinctive goals of the speech? These are some of the major questions to which I the author try to bring elements of answers to clear up this subject. es
dc.source Anakesa Kululuka, Apollinaire. Du verbe instrumental dans la musique subsaharienne. En: Itamar, revista de investigación musical: territorios para el arte, 7 2021: 145-164 es
dc.subject 2386-8260 13268 Itamar es
dc.subject revista de investigación musical: territorios para el arte 590908 2021 7 8182063 Du verbe instrumental dans la musique subsaharienne Anakesa Kululuka es
dc.subject Apollinaire Sub-Saharan music results from the spoken language/instrumental language relation es
dc.subject directed by an oral culture. In this culture es
dc.subject these languages transmit ? beyond their singularities ? messages thanks to either a coded signal known by the linguistic community or previously defined among a group of individuals es
dc.subject or is used as a true meta-language copied on the articulated and usual language used every day. Here es
dc.subject an instrumental musical speech can then imitate and reproduce the tonal inflexions of the language to make its matter understandable. This fact is the natural result of a strong interaction and interrelation between the spoken language and the music as well as the conception that the Africans of South Sahara have of it. This concept underlying the very tight link between the musical fact and the Word es
dc.subject the musical act then carries a communicative importance equal to the one in a spoken language. What concept rules such a language? What treatment is language subjected to in the affectation of its components in the musical discourse of to the instrumental Word and vice versa? What are the technical es
dc.subject contextual and expressive parameters that underlie es
dc.subject determine and contribute to the distinctive goals of the speech? These are some of the major questions to which I the author try to bring elements of answers to clear up this subject. 145 164 es
dc.title Du verbe instrumental dans la musique subsaharienne es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::CIENCIAS DE LAS ARTES Y LAS LETRAS es
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