Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 404139
Sist endret: 29. november 2013 15:32
Cristin-prosjekt-ID: 404139
Sist endret: 29. november 2013 15:32
Prosjekt

Ritual, liturgi og magi i tidligmoderne musikkteater

prosjektleder

Kristin Rygg
ved Institutt for folkehelse ved Høgskolen i Innlandet

prosjekteier / koordinerende forskningsansvarlig enhet

  • Høgskolen i Innlandet

Finansiering

  • Egen institusjon

Klassifisering

Vitenskapsdisipliner

Musikkhistorie • Filosofiske fag • Teatervitenskap • Kristendomskunnskap • Kunsthistorie • Musikkvitenskap

Emneord

Frankrike • Musikk • Skandinavia

Tidsramme

Avsluttet
Start: 1. januar 1999 Slutt: 31. juli 2005

Beskrivelse Beskrivelse

Tittel

Ritual, liturgi og magi i tidligmoderne musikkteater

Sammendrag

Prosjektet undersøker tidligeuropeisk musikkteater som arena for utforsking og integrering av rituelle, liturgiske og magiske praksiser i musikkteaterframføringer. På den ene siden har prosjektet de ledende europeiske sentra innen tidligmoderne musikkteater som sitt objekt. På den andre siden dreier Ryggs delprosjekt seg også om hvordan tradisjonene som utvikles ved disse sentra tas opp ved hoffene i de skandinaviske landene. Prosjektet er utpreget interdisiplinært og intermedialt i sin tilnærming. Det vises videre til den engelske prosjektbeskrivelsen.

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

Prosjektet undersøker tidligeuropeisk musikkteater som arena for utforsking og integrering av rituelle, liturgiske og magiske praksiser i musikkteaterframføringer. På den ene siden har prosjektet de ledende europeiske sentra innen tidligmoderne musikkteater som sitt objekt. På den andre siden dreier Ryggs delprosjekt seg også om hvordan tradisjonene som utvikles ved disse sentra tas opp ved hoffene i de skandinaviske landene. Prosjektet er utpreget interdisiplinært og intermedialt i sin tilnærming. Det vises videre til den engelske prosjektbeskrivelsen.

Tittel

Ritual, Liturgy and Magic in Early Modern Music Theatre

Sammendrag

'Ritual, Liturgy and Magic in Early Modem Music Theatre' is intended as a groundbreaking project which will generate original and exciting research in an important and expanding interdisciphnary field within Early Modern Studies. Building on the pooled Doctoral research of its three participants, 'Ritual, Liturgy and Magic in Early Modern Music Theatre' has been planned as a research initiative which will utilise study periods in Austria, Denmark, Sweden, England, Finland, ltaly, and Norway to generate two symposia, and four volumes of original research between its inception in the Autumn of 1999 and its completion by the Autumn of 2002 Despite the enormous interest accorded Early Modern Music Theatre over recent years, comparatively little sustained attention has been paid to the detailed historical investigation of ritual, liturgy and magic in its manifestations. The reasons for this relative neglect appear to be two-fold. Firstly, Music Theatre is a heterogeneous form: existing to fulfill a variety of social, political and religious needs; mixing music, enactment, and setting to achieve a number of different goals. (Accordingly, the subject has had to wait until the comparatively recent development of Cultural and lnterarts Studies in order for its multidisciplinary facets to be explored and its potentials understood.) Secondly, although critical movements such as Cultural Materialism and the New Historicism have certainly opened up the way for such studies, more recent concerns withinthese areas have tended to focus on constructions of politics, race, gender and sexuality in the Music Theatre of the period rather than on the examination of the formal relations between different sub-genres of Music Theatre and their connections withdifferent traditions of religious or philosophical thought. Kristin Rygg's individual project under this larger scheme aims to investigate connections between the English court masque of the Stuart era together with some forms of French ballet de cour on the one side, and Danish/Norwegian and Swedish court entertainments simi

Vitenskapelig sammendrag

'Ritual, Liturgy and Magic in Early Modem Music Theatre' is intended as a groundbreaking project which will generate original and exciting research in an important and expanding interdisciphnary field within Early Modern Studies. Building on the pooled Doctoral research of its three participants, 'Ritual, Liturgy and Magic in Early Modern Music Theatre' has been planned as a research initiative which will utilise study periods in Austria, Denmark, Sweden, England, Finland, ltaly, and Norway to generate two symposia, and four volumes of original research between its inception in the Autumn of 1999 and its completion by the Autumn of 2002 Despite the enormous interest accorded Early Modern Music Theatre over recent years, comparatively little sustained attention has been paid to the detailed historical investigation of ritual, liturgy and magic in its manifestations. The reasons for this relative neglect appear to be two-fold. Firstly, Music Theatre is a heterogeneous form: existing to fulfill a variety of social, political and religious needs; mixing music, enactment, and setting to achieve a number of different goals. (Accordingly, the subject has had to wait until the comparatively recent development of Cultural and lnterarts Studies in order for its multidisciplinary facets to be explored and its potentials understood.) Secondly, although critical movements such as Cultural Materialism and the New Historicism have certainly opened up the way for such studies, more recent concerns withinthese areas have tended to focus on constructions of politics, race, gender and sexuality in the Music Theatre of the period rather than on the examination of the formal relations between different sub-genres of Music Theatre and their connections withdifferent traditions of religious or philosophical thought. Kristin Rygg's individual project under this larger scheme aims to investigate connections between the English court masque of the Stuart era together with some forms of French ballet de cour on the one side, and Danish/Norwegian and Swedish court entertainments simi

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prosjektleder

Kristin Rygg

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Resultater Resultater

Performing Secrecies: Music and Dance in the English Court Masque.

Rygg, Kristin. 2007, The 18th Congress of the International Musicological Society: Transistions. HINNVitenskapelig foredrag

Music as Ritual and Ritual Music.

Rygg, Kristin. 2007, Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2007. HINNVitenskapelig foredrag

Secrecies of a King and Veils on a Royal Stage: The English Court Masque as Mystical Ritual or Political Propaganda.

Rygg, Kristin. 2007, Authority and Persuasion: The Role of Commonplaces in Western Europe 1450 - 1800. Consolidation of God-given Power.. HINNVitenskapelig foredrag

"Entertainments at the Court of Christian IV and their relationship to European court masques and court ballets".

Rygg, Kristin. 2000, Konferansen Culture at the Court of King Christian IV, medio november 2000.. HINNPoster

Transformations of a Ritual: A Reappraisal of John Milton's Masque Comus.

Rygg, Kristin. 2003, The Cultural Heritage of Medieval Rituals I: Genre and Ritual: Traditions and their Modifications. HINNVitenskapelig foredrag
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