Tradicijos ir inovacijos santykis tradiciją keičiančių folkloro ansamblių veikloje

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Tradicijos ir inovacijos santykis tradiciją keičiančių folkloro ansamblių veikloje
Alternative Title:
Connection between tradition and innovation in the activities of changing traditions folklore groups
Keywords:
LT
Folkloro ansambliai; Folkloro ansamblis; Inovacija; Inovacijos; Tradicija; Tradicijos; Veikla
EN
Foklore ensemles; Folklore group; Innovation; Innovations; Proceeding; Tradition; Traditions
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje gilinamasi į tradicijos ir inovacijos santykį tradicinių ir naujai folklorą interpretuojančių ansamblių veikloje. Pastebėta, kad pastangos saugoti senąsias tradicijas arba jas keisti, adaptuoti, sušiuolaikinti, muzikinėse bendrijose glaudžiai siejasi su koncertinės (kartais ir kasdieninės) aprangos stiliaus formavimu, muzikiniu repertuaru bei šventėmis ir ritualais. Atkurtos ar sukurtos religinės apeigos, simboliai, dainų tekstai tuoj pat suranda savo kultūrines nišas dabartinėje visuomenėje. Kuriamos naujos kultūrinės jungtys tarp tradicijos ir inovacijos. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe article tends to define proportion of tradition and innovation featured in the practices of traditional folklore groups and groups presenting new folklore interpretations. It was noticed, that in the musical communities commitment to original tradition or interest in changing, adapting and modernising the folklore is closely inter-related with concert costumes (sometimes even daily wearing style), musical repertoire, holidays celebrated and rituals performed. Respectively the abovementioned measures help the folklore group members to define their identity. Certain tensions were observed between the traditional folklore preservers and those, who treat the folklore as a source for modern musical improvisations (neo-folklore and modernised folklore representatives). Members and leaders of traditional folklore groups just seek to maintain regional costume traditions as authentic, as possible. Members of traditional folklore groups rather tend to strengthen their established identity, than to search for a new one. Putting on their folk costumes such people continue traditions of the region they represent. Forming their repertoire leaders of traditional folklore groups mostly emphasise preservation and continuation of the tradition. In such groups local geographical commitment tends to prevail, whereas neotraditional folklore groups tend to have chronological attitude to their repertoire. Singing ancient seasonal songs and glee-songs, playing ethnical musical instruments and wearing the costume of the respective period neo-folklore groups seek to promote historical integrity and maximal artistic impression.Young people are more flexible in the very understanding of the tradition: quotes from the past are inserted into the modern context, this way creating new cultural meanings and new ties with the tradition. For some of the groups celebration of the holidays and performance of the rituals are just a way to honour the ancient Baltic culture, whereas for the others such performances constitute a way of personal attitude and confessional identity proactive formation. Religious rituals, symbols and song texts created or recreated by the new heathen immediately find their cultural niches in the modern society. New cultural links are established between the tradition and innovation. In all cases they make an important part of the identity formation process. [From the publication]

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2014-07-29 10:44:52
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