Music and the Irish Imagination - Like a language that we could all understand.pdf

Music and the Irish Imagination - Like a language that we could all understand

Thierry Dubost

La musique irlandaise occupe une place de choix parmi les attributs culturels servant à définir lIrlande, et son rôle dans la formation de lidentité nationale est incontesté. Dans ce volume pluridisciplinaire se côtoient des études de (re)définition, dinterprétation, de mise en scène et découte de la musique irlandaise, mais aussi des explorations de motifs et de thèmes musicaux en littérature et sur la scène.

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