Eclecticismo, Écart y alteridad: Symphony V American, de Leonardo Balada, como paradigma compositivo
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Múrcia i Cambra, Miquel Àngel
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2021
Eclecticism is a complex creative trend born as a consequence of both postmodernism and the heterodox treatment of cultural identity borders. This aesthetic path emerges as a compositional model of great communicative power in contemporary creation in the last two decades. Our essay addresses the Symphony V "American" (2003) by Leonardo Balada (1933) as a compositional paradigm. Through this article we demonstrate the importance of including popular sounds and re-signifying materials in the creative conception. A valid model of communication ahead of the challenges of globalization and mass media processes is therefore established hereby.

    Múrcia i Cambra, Miquel Àngel. Eclecticismo, Écart y alteridad: Symphony V American, de Leonardo Balada, como paradigma compositivo. En: Itamar, revista de investigación musical: territorios para el arte, 7 2021: 187-198

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