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« “La musique ambulante de Paris” : migrations inter-scéniques des airs chantés »

Abstract : Despite the politics of privilege, the Parisian scenes are far from being watertight to one another. This article provides a synthetic overview of the different migratory flows of the tunes sung from one scene to another and the modalities of these inter-stage musical circulations. Parody in its broadest sense and beyond the diversity of practices is a socio-cultural phenomenon emblematic of a circular musical culture in which exchanges between theatres are numerous and reciprocal. The dramatic origin of the air diversified during the century with the multiplication of theatres and migratory flows branched as much as they became more complex. By its ability to pass from mouth to mouth and from stage to stage, the sung air is ultimately an agent of permeability between spatial, generic and social boundaries.
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Judith Le Blanc. « “La musique ambulante de Paris” : migrations inter-scéniques des airs chantés ». Revue d'Histoire du Théâtre numérique, Société d'Histoire du Théâtre, 2021, Les Théâtres parisiens sous l’Ancien Régime. Parcours transversaux, p. 91-106. ⟨hal-03374035⟩

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