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The Multipart Singing of Croatia - Vocal Traditions of the Adriatic Islands


Ćaleta, Joško
The Multipart Singing of Croatia - Vocal Traditions of the Adriatic Islands // The Third International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony : proceedings / Tsurtsumia, Rusudan ; Jordania, Joseph (ur.).
Tbilisi: International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony of Tbilisi Vano Saradjishvili State Conservatoire, 2008. str. 136-149 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


Naslov
The Multipart Singing of Croatia - Vocal Traditions of the Adriatic Islands

Autori
Ćaleta, Joško

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
The Third International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony : proceedings / Tsurtsumia, Rusudan ; Jordania, Joseph - Tbilisi : International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony of Tbilisi Vano Saradjishvili State Conservatoire, 2008, 136-149

Skup
International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony (3 ; 2006)

Mjesto i datum
Tbilisi, Gruzija, 25.-29.09.2006

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Traditional multipart singing; Croatian vocal music; klapa-singing

Sažetak
The text is an introduction to the variety of the main genres and forms of multipart singing of Adriatic (Croatian) islands, with some recently recorded video examples and audio recordings. Researching the musical life on the islands, the author had an opportunity to experience different views of the question: What exactly is traditional music? What is the picture of the present musical practice and tradition of the most of the islands? The singing on the islands tends towards diatonic singing styles. The singing style that contributed to the current situation is klapa- singing, organized singing whose popularity and broad diffusion has been marked in the second half of the 20th century. Both male and female klapa-groups are very numerous today and are popular in Croatia, especially throughout Dalmatia. Commercialization of what was offered to tourists required both klapa-ensembles, which were most appropriate for this purpose, and a large number of instrumental groups that were formed from local musicians who had emerged from the brass bands, and from musicians that played for traditional events (kumpanija, munde, sociji). It would be very difficult for such a flood of music styles that have the diatonic tempered system as their basis to be identified with the older layers of tradition. On the other hand, there are still quite a few recent examples of the most archaic traditional music and dance, functioning as parts of the customs, rituals and everyday life of the local communities. It is a sign of the vitality of local musical lives that still stand against the powerful processes of globalization introduced by tourist industry. One can conclude that the preoccupation with history and its reinterpretation among local communities and important ongoing changes are the main characteristics of the musical life of islands' communities - towns and villages. Historical processes that are result of confrontation between the global influences brought by the tourism from outside and the local communities who are trying to preserve their own system from inside contributed to the creation of well-defined local identities. // Izlaganjem je predstavljeno bogatstvo raznolikih glazbenih žanrova, stilova i oblika višeglasnog pjevanja na hrvatskim otocima, potkrijepljeno recentnim terenskim audio i video zapisima. Dugogodišnje istraživanje vokalnih glazbenih fenomena omogućilo je autoru da na pitanja: što je zapravo, tradicijska glazba ; što se danas na otocima podrazumijeva pod pojmom tradicijska, "naša" glazba? ponudi različite odgovore. Izražena je dominantnost dijatonskih stilova, posebno dijatonskog višeglasja (klapsko pjevanje), koji sve više postaju glazbenim identitetom hrvatskih otoka. S druge strane, postoji čitav niz arhaičkih formi i glazbenih stilova koji su se uspjeli održati u lokalnim zajednicama kao dio zajedničkih rituala. Autor zaključuje da je današnje glazbovanje na otocima na razmeđi dvaju svjetova ; onog glabalnog koji, kao posljedica ekonomskih (turističkih) kretanja, postaje nezaobilaznim utjecajem na život otočkih zajednica te lokalnog koji nastoji zadržati život, pa tako i glazbu, posebice kroz rituale i obrede kakvi su se stoljećima na tim prostorima aktivno živjeli.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest umjetnosti, Znanost o umjetnosti, Etnologija i antropologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Joško Ćaleta, (219843)