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La modernité et le classique, deux réponses à la nouvelle exigence de la musique à partir du XVIIIe siècle

Abstract : Until the mid-18th century, music was perceived and practiced as an art of the present. Musical works were not designed to last beyond their performance. The change in the historicity regime transformed the conception. The loss of ancient and antic works was from then on mourned. The new purpose of music was to last over time, thanks to the practice of the repertoire. The music preserved in the repertoire is now considered as “classical”. The idea of musical tradition, as opposed to musical modernity, can appear. But is modern music not already classical if composed for the repertoire? Could giving up the repertoire and the imperative of lasting be the only possible means to achieve modernity in music?
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Maud Pouradier. La modernité et le classique, deux réponses à la nouvelle exigence de la musique à partir du XVIIIe siècle. Comparatismes en Sorbonne, Centre de Recherche en Littérature Comparée (EA 4510), Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2010, Tradition, modernité : un éternel retour ?, 70 (1), pp.27-40. ⟨hal-01780889⟩

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