Myth Meaning and Performance

Also reflected in these rich essays, which range from Beethoven to John Lennon to Chinese avant garde artists, is the lived experience of the artist and its impact on the process of creation and innovation.

Author: Ronald Eyerman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317255741

Category: Social Science

Page: 172

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The cultural and performative turns in social theory have enlivened sociology. For the first time these new developments are fully integrated into new approaches to the sociology of the arts in this important new book. Building on the established research into art worlds, what is interesting for the new sociology of the arts, understood in the broad sense to include popular culture as well the classical focus on music, painting, and literature, is the relationship between art works and meaning, myth, and performance. Also reflected in these rich essays, which range from Beethoven to John Lennon to Chinese avant garde artists, is the lived experience of the artist and its impact on the process of creation and innovation.
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Myth Meaning and Performance

The cultural and performative turns in social theory have enlivened sociology. For the first time these new developments are fully integrated into new approaches to the sociology of the arts in this important new book.

Author: Ron Eyerman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015066820567

Category: Arts and society

Page: 166

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The cultural and performative turns in social theory have enlivened sociology. For the first time these new developments are fully integrated into new approaches to the sociology of the arts in this important new book. Building on the established research into art worlds, what is interesting for the new sociology of the arts, understood in the broad sense to include popular culture as well the classical focus on music, painting, and literature, is the relationship between art works and meaning, myth, and performance. Also reflected in these rich essays, which range from Beethoven to John Lennon to Chinese avant garde artists, is the lived experience of the artist and its impact on the process of creation and innovation.
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Myth Meaning and Performance

To the composer, this technology represented a considerable loss of control over
the conditions of performance and therefore a potential distortion of the intended
meanings encoded in the score. Here I have addressed the audience from the ...

Author: Ronald Eyerman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317255758

Category: Social Science

Page: 172

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The cultural and performative turns in social theory have enlivened sociology. For the first time these new developments are fully integrated into new approaches to the sociology of the arts in this important new book. Building on the established research into art worlds, what is interesting for the new sociology of the arts, understood in the broad sense to include popular culture as well the classical focus on music, painting, and literature, is the relationship between art works and meaning, myth, and performance. Also reflected in these rich essays, which range from Beethoven to John Lennon to Chinese avant garde artists, is the lived experience of the artist and its impact on the process of creation and innovation.
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An Exploration of Bori as a Site of Myth in Hausa Culture

The heart of folklore , its meaning , efficacy and power lie in its performance .
Performance Theory Performance , like myth , has no precise definition . Western
notions of performance were long considered to be intimately connected to a text
.

Author: Joanna Dudley

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89058993338

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Page: 184

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A Dictionary of African Mythology

Author: Harold Scheub

Publisher: Getty Center for Education in

ISBN: 0195124561

Category: Social Science

Page: 368

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A remarkable compilation of four hundred myths representing a broad spectrum of African cultures and regions presents an alphabetically arranged collection that touches on virtually every aspect of religious belief, with stories of gods and goddesses, creation tales, epic sagas, and more, ranging from North Africa to sub-Saharan tribal Africa.
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Dancing Mosaic

The dictionary of cultural studies . London : Sage Publications . ... In T. C. Davis (
Ed . ) , The Cambridge companion to performance studies ( pp . 1-10 ) . New York
: Cambridge ... ( 2006 ) . Myth , meaning and performance . London : Paradigm ...

Author: Mohd. Anis Md. Nor

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210024393975

Category: Dance

Page: 334

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Myth Meaning

Armin Mueller - Stahl ' s performance was very persuasive in terms of a father
living through his son . It contrasted beautifully with the warmth in the
performances of Googie Withers , John Gielgud , Sonia Todd and Lynn Redgrave
. Working ...

Author: Peter Malone

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015050137804

Category: Motion picture industry

Page: 198

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Do film directors make the same film over and over again? What distinguishes Australian films from those of Hollywood? Peter Malone seeks answers to these questions as he explores the spiritual and moral values that underlie the work of a selection of Australian film-makers. Culled from almost a hundred taped interviews, this book is the voice of Australian directors.
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Non representational Performance and Spectating Consciousness

Furthermore , by resisting the tendency for theater to involve itself with tropes
inherited from literature - myth , meaning , mimesis and metaphor – the Dis - play
rather than the Play offers its audiences a better chance to truly comprehend ...

Author: William J. Zack

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105119731342

Category: Theater

Page: 748

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I Am a Shaman

... diagramming , or guiding . Their full meaning emerges from the union of script
with actors and audience at a given moment in a ... dimensions of meaning . The
essence of a shaman's performance is the dramatic reenactment of a myth .

Author: Paja Thao

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015019665606

Category: Hmong (Asian people)

Page: 90

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Structure and Performance of Swahili Oral Narrative

New York : The Free Press , 1969 . Hutchinson , Ann . Labanotation . New York :
Theatre Arts Books , 1954 . Hymes , Dell , ed . Reinventing Anthropology . New
York : Random House , Inc . , 1969 . Jaffe , Aniela . The Myth of Meaning in the ...

Author: Deborah D. Foster

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89094796281

Category: Folk literature, Swahili

Page: 638

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The Downside Review

For our purposes , however , what is decisive is to see that the mythic meaning is
disclosed only in the cultic expression and performance . We suggest that the
believer only grasps the meaning of the myth in the dramatic presentation which
is ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105008476611

Category:

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Sacred Space and Ritual Performance

This complex idea of the mythical landscape of the body was eventually
transposed onto the performance site . ... itself partakes of the myth of the gift of
fire , as Hughes saw the gift of fire and the gift of language as having the same
meaning .

Author: Roberta J. Cullen

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P005032611

Category:

Page: 416

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The Raslila Performance Tradition of Manipur in Northeast India

... Paramahansa , Play of Conciousness Oakland , p.82 33 Levi - Strauss ,
Claude Myth and Meaning New York , 1978.p.6 34 Vatsyayana , Kapila , The
Square and the Circle of the Indian Arts New Delhi , 1983.p.ll 35 Ibid.p.40 36 Ibid
.

Author: Angana Jhaveri

Publisher:

ISBN: MSU:31293030470284

Category: Dance

Page: 494

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Educational theatre journal

Since the performance creates the meaning of the myth , a sequence of scenic
clichés exposes the limits of the mythic imagination . Though the Living Theatre
fathered the Open Theatre , the clichés are different — louder , larger , and more
 ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B4911727

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Orality Myth and Performance in Traditional Indigenous Cultures

14 For a good introduction to comparative mythology see J . Campbell , 1968 ,
The Hero with a Thousand Faces ... Eds . ) , 1994 , Macquarie Aboriginal Words :
a dictionary of words from Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...

Author: Greg Gardiner

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015052607143

Category: Indigenous peoples

Page: 18

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Examines the subjects of oral communication, myth and performance in traditional Indigenous cultures; describes the role of poets in oral cultures; looks at how oral cultures are able to remember themselves from generation to generation; defines myth; discusses song, story-telling, dance, visual art as story-telling; relates some Dreaming Stories and a creation story; considers oral forms in the contemporary scene.
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Atheism Advanced

Myth as Proposition and Performance We will return to the question of myth ,
meaning , and action - which is the central question of this chapter - below . For
the moment , this appreciation of myth as a symbolic resource for human thought
and ...

Author: David Eller

Publisher:

ISBN: 1578840023

Category: Atheism

Page: 468

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An anthropological and philosophical deconstruction of religion, religious language, and the danger of relying on belief or faith instead of knowledge. Athyeism is shown to lead to discredism a rejection of belief as well as a rejection of gods.
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Performance

Just as the season returns , so does the myth , often connected with a season , or
festival day in the year . ... In the construction of performances and in their social
functions , seasonal patterns will have a marked effect , because through
seasonality performance explores one of the ... It is doubly evolutionary in that his
creative effort contributes to an incremental growth both in himself and in the
meaning of ...

Author: Julian Hilton

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015013000347

Category: Acting

Page: 173

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'...this superb book should be required reading for every drama and literature student and all trainee actors and directors.' Times Higher Educational Supplement
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Performance Magazine

The ' Oxbourne bee myth ' , as it is known , seems to have originated in ancient
Egypt . ... problems introduced by this use of myth are largely aesthetic ones : an
ambivalence and slippage of meaning in the recent installations that has troubled
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105004979287

Category: Performance art

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