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Musique en répertoire. Histoire, enjeux, effets de répertorialisation

Abstract : Repertoire has multiple meanings, which can’t be subsumed under a unique concept. These different definitions result from vehement debates in history, which sometimes continue until nowadays. Thus repertoire raises political, juridical and economical questions, so as aesthetical and ontological ones. Repertorialisation of music occured in the middle of 18th century France : borrowing a theatrical term, lyrical music constructed itself in parallel and opposition with theatre. Repertoire took for object only scores, in order to be strictly a musical repertoire. Consequently it participated to the formation of the modern concept of musical work. When instrumental music is repertorialised occured an aesthetical chiasm : opera became a problematic genre, because only scores are repertoire objects, but at the same time instrumental music got a lyrical manner of functioning, because of its repertorialisation. The notion of repertoire implicates therefore a latent thought of music, which has to be clarified by an historical and philosophical method.
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Maud Pouradier. Musique en répertoire. Histoire, enjeux, effets de répertorialisation. Art et histoire de l'art. Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010PA100139⟩. ⟨tel-01783066⟩



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