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Legatura Adriatica: Long-lasting Ties Between Urban Folk Musics of Dalmatia and Northern Italy


Primorac, Jakša
Legatura Adriatica: Long-lasting Ties Between Urban Folk Musics of Dalmatia and Northern Italy // 7th International Symposium "Music in Society" Sarajevo 28-30.10.2010. Collection of Papers / Talam, Jasmina ; Hadžić, Fatima ; Hodžić, Refik (ur.).
Sarajevo: Muzikološko društvo Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine – Muzička akademija u Sarajevu, 2012. str. 247-267


Naslov
Legatura Adriatica: Long-lasting Ties Between Urban Folk Musics of Dalmatia and Northern Italy

Autori
Primorac, Jakša

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
7th International Symposium "Music in Society" Sarajevo 28-30.10.2010. Collection of Papers

Urednik/ci
Talam, Jasmina ; Hadžić, Fatima ; Hodžić, Refik

Izdavač
Muzikološko društvo Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine – Muzička akademija u Sarajevu

Grad
Sarajevo

Godina
2012

Raspon stranica
247-267

ISBN
978-9958-689-01-7

Ključne riječi
Dalmatia, northern Italy, early Romanticism, folk music, klapa singing

Sažetak
Due to specific cultural policies and research communities' national isolation, it is very common that certain historical phenomena are researched and interpreted in their narrow national contexts, without sufficient and necessary intercultural contextualization. In his interpretation of the appearance and development of Dalmatian urban music, the author has tried to distance himself from such an approach which has been dominant so far. Previous researchers claimed that the most important formative period in the development of contemporary recognizable Dalmatian urban music is the national integration movement called the Croatian National Revival, which emerged in Dalmatia in the 1860s. Simultaneously, they suggested that the most significant influence from earlier periods on this music and particularly a cappella chordal singing i.e. klapa singing was that of Dalmatian autochthonous folk church singing known as Glagolitic singing. The author, however, argues that both of these theories are mainly unprovable, i.e. the music influences of Glagolitic singing and Croatian National Revival don't represent the main sources of Dalmatian urban secular music and contemporary klapa singing. He advocates that in 1860s very recognizable and steady sound structures of Dalmatian urban music were already well-developed and dominant. Their music origins lie in an astonishing similarity of sound structures in urban musics of Dalmatia and northern Italy from the 18th century up to now. Cultural and musical ties between Dalmatia and Northern Italy, particularly the cities of Trieste and Venice, were very intensive in the second half of the 18th and in first half of the 19th century, as intensive as they had been in the previous centuries. At that time significant musical innovations occurred and new sound structures arrived due to the cultural streamings of pre-Romanticism and early Romanticism. A fresh sound that appeared at the time deeply fused with the ancient oral and written poetry and with the performance context of courtship and serenading in Dalmatian towns. While analysing comparatively music transcriptions of selected sound examples from northern Italy and Dalmatia on the portal YouTube, the author proves that descending melodic lines from seventh to third degree dominate in both regions and that they significantly contribute to the impression of mutual sound resemblance. By using the same method of Internet research, he demonstrates that melody structure and chordal polyphony of folk singing on the island of Hvar from 1950s and 1960s and in the distanced Italian region of Quattro Province, settled in the hinterland of Genova, from nowadays are deeply akin. Also, he states that both of them originate from the same music style which was popular in the 18th and the 19th century. Finally, by meticulous analysis of all well-known Dalmatian and some northern Italian ethnomusicological works from 1830s until 1940s, the author shows that all researchers at that time clearly emphasized that main roots of sound structures of Dalmatian urban music lie in the current northern Italian folk music. But, the newer generation of Croatian ethnomusicologists from 1960s onwards didn't dedicate much attention to that fact. After finding that not only the musical roots of Dalmatian urban music but of contemporary klapa singing as well without any doubt lie in the strong connection between Dalmatian and northern Italian folk singing cultures in the first part of the 19th century, maybe even earlier, the author concludes that it is important to research more carefully in the future when, how and where exactly this musical exchange between Dalmatians and northern Italians occurred.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Etnologija i antropologija, Glazbena umjetnost

Napomena
Rad je objavljen i na hrvatskom jeziku u drugom volumenu Zbornika radova s drugim ISBN-om.



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Primorac, Jakša
Legatura Adriatica: Long-lasting Ties Between Urban Folk Musics of Dalmatia and Northern Italy // 7th International Symposium "Music in Society" Sarajevo 28-30.10.2010. Collection of Papers / Talam, Jasmina ; Hadžić, Fatima ; Hodžić, Refik (ur.).
Sarajevo: Muzikološko društvo Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine – Muzička akademija u Sarajevu, 2012. str. 247-267
Primorac, J. (2012) Legatura Adriatica: Long-lasting Ties Between Urban Folk Musics of Dalmatia and Northern Italy. U: Talam, J., Hadžić, F. & Hodžić, R. (ur.) 7th International Symposium "Music in Society" Sarajevo 28-30.10.2010. Collection of Papers. Sarajevo, Muzikološko društvo Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine – Muzička akademija u Sarajevu, str. 247-267.
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