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Karolinum 2016
1 online zdroj (324 stran)
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ISBN 978-80-246-2596-6 (online ; pdf)
ISBN 978-80-246-3053-3 (online ; epub)
ISBN 978-80-246-2515-7 (print)
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Prague Soundscapes is the first book focusing on music in Prague from other than musical-historical perspectives. It approaches musical events in present-day Prague from an ethno-musicological position, sometimes called musical anthropology. We take in, for instance, the Refufest festival, a punk concert at the Modrá vopice club,a performance of Dvořák’s Rusalka at the National Theatre or accompany followers of the Hare Krishna and their procession through Prague – not just to see and "hear" their music, but also to learn who makes and listens to it and why. An abundance of photographs accompany the book‘s text, helping the reader become one of the participants.<i>"Prague Soundscapes is a wonderful book whose content is presented in an original and convincing manner... I feel that this will contribute significantly to the developmentof a new field of musical anthropology – a field that has up to this point been the home, especially in the USA, of urban ethnomusicology."</i>Speranţa Rădulescu, National University of Music Bucharest.
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CONTENTS // Chapter i / Listening to the music of a city 7 // Listening to the music of a city 8 // Writing about the music of a city, specifically Prague 17 // Chapter 2 / Music and identity 25 // Music and identity 26 // The myth of Romani music in contemporary Prague 31 // Feng-yün Song Voice Painting 5* // Nowruz, twice in a different way 57 // "Ethnic" music for entertainment 66 // Malanka, the Ukrainian ball 74 // Refufest 78 // What does it mean? 88 // Chapter 3 / Music and social stratification 93 // Antonín Dvorák: Rusalka 94 // Alan Lomax on music as an indicator of social complexity 106 // The Makropulos Case as a semiotic experience 113 // Lucid dreams of Mr. William Heerlein Lindley 127 // Chapter 4 / Music and rebellion 141 // Benefest Voi. 1 142 // Face tigers and Stillknox 150 // Rock’n’roll Rebel 153 // Michel Maffesoli on Urban Nomads 162 // Tom Stoppard: Rock ’n’ Roll 165 // Chapter 5 / Music as goods 169 // Film Mnága - Happy End 170 // Music as Goods/Business 174 // Creative Commons 183 // Public Seminar of the Czech Radio Council on music program direction of Czech Radio 1 185 // Deti ráje (Children of Paradise) - collective memory as business Theodor Adorno on popular music and its fetishist character How to Have a Number One the Easy Way A Walk along the Royal Road // Prague Castle Concert Pearls of Czech and World Classical Music // Chapter 6 / Electronic Dance Music // Electronic Dance Music Loss Tekenos in the Cross Club History of Electronic
Dance Music Andelka Free Party // Syllabus - Psychedelic Trance and Broken Beatz Judith Becker on music and trance Unlocking the groove of habit // Chapter 7 / Music and spirituality // Hare Krishna Mantra in Prague streets: the sacred, music and trance The Saint Wenceslas Festival Thomas Turino on Music as Social Life Gospel Workshop // Summary // References // 193 // 198 // 202 // 207 // 212 // 217 // 218 223 228 231 // 239 // 249 // 252 // 257 // 258 279 292 // 295 // 309 // ?14

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