Baltiškos muzikos stilistika ir estetika

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Straipsnis / Article
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Baltiškos muzikos stilistika ir estetika
Alternative Title:
Aesthetics and style of Baltic music
In the Journal:
Liaudies kultūra. 2015, Nr. 2, p. 35-45
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Alternatyvioji kultūra; Baltiškoji muzika; Estetika; Muzikos leidyba; Stilistika; Šiuolaikinis folkloras; Aesthetics; Alternative culture; Baltic music; Contemporary folklore; Music publishing; Stylistics.
Alternatyvioji kultūra; Muzika / Music; Muzikos leidyba; Stilistika; Tautosaka / Folklore.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje pristatomos alternatyviosios kultūrinės bendrijos, jų narių kūrybiškumo apraiškos, šiuolaikinio folkloro stilistikos ir estetikos kristalizacija. Šie reiškiniai aprašomi remiantis asmeniniais stebėjimais, taip pat garso įrašais ir publikacijomis internete (straipsniais, interviu, skelbimais, vaizdine medžiaga). Siekiama išsiaiškinti, kaip alternatyviųjų kultūrinių bendrijų kūrybiniai ieškojimai virsta platesnei publikai skirta muzika, kaip šiuolaikinio folkloro atlikėjų ir vadybininkų pastangomis kuriamas naujas vardas – „baltiška muzika“, ateityje galbūt tapsiantis prekės ženklu. [Iš leidinio]

EN“Baltic music” is used to describe both the archaic and modern (from the restoration of independence in 1990) music of the nations of the Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians. The most modern Balts are connected not by their origin, but their new history, the common experiences of the current generations.Therefore, the term “Baltic music” is understood in the same way as “Celtic music”. Baltic music performers create a distinctive aesthetic, the stylistic variety characteristic of this music, a unique system of signs and symbols. The style and aesthetics of modern folklore are born in communities that foster alternative culture, it is created by those who follow the indigenous religion, people interested in the long-gone culture of Old Prussia, representatives of the Goth culture, creators of rock, metal and electronic music. The largest event where one can become acquainted with the “new Baltic” music and world-view - the festival Mėnuo Juodaragis (“Black-horned Moon”), which, in the words of the festival’s founder, Ugnius Liogė, presents modern Baltic culture in a new light. This is respect for tradition and the celebration of modern art that comes from it. It is a creative forge of Baltic world-view and aesthetics, where old and new, authentic and modern, black and white, meaningful and spontaneous meet. Young artists are encouraged to not limit themselves to “historical reconstruction”, but do everything so that history would become the present. It isn’t scientific, rational, but a more intuitive road towards recognising and bringing back Baltic culture, the culture inherited from our ancestors is not only studied, but also artistically interpreted and experienced. The modernisation and dispersion of the folklore of the Baltic nations has drawn the attention of cultural managers, thus Baltic music is ready to transcend the boundaries of nation states and be heard on the stage of world music. [From the publication]

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