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Activité créatrice « transformationnelle » - Théorie et pratique.

Authors: Bel, Bernard; Bel, Andréine;

Activité créatrice « transformationnelle » - Théorie et pratique.

Abstract

Une théorie de l'oeuvre selon les philosophes cachemiriens, et les techniques d'improvisation et de composition dans la musique classique savante du nord de l'Inde, présentent sous un jour différent le rôle de la mémoire et des processus cognitifs dans la création artistique, incitant à relativiser certaines positions vis à vis de la théorie de la composition. Cette étude se situe au niveau du débat cherchant à différencier "créativité" et "innovation".

A theory of artistic creation by Kashmiri philosophers, and improvisatory composition techniques in North Indian classical (art) music shed light from a different angle on the role of memory and cognitive processes in artistic creation, thereby calling for a relativization of some statements regarding composition theory. This study addresses the debate about a discrepancy between "creativity" and "innovation".

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France
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Phénoménologie, [SHS.MUSIQ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Musicology and performing arts, [SHS.MUSIQ]Humanities and Social Sciences/Musicology and performing arts, musical and chroeographic composition, improvisation, composition musicale et chorégraphique, raga, aesthetics, Phenomenology, qaida, art poétique, esthétique, poetry

SCHECHNER, Richard, 1983 Du comportement restitué. (Traduction de Michel Chiron.) Bouffonneries, 9, Cazilhac (France), p. 96-108. (Texte anglais publié en 1984 dans Between Theatre and Anthropology, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press.)

VAN DER MEER, Wim, 1980 Hindustani Music in the 20th Century. M. Nijhoff, The Hague-Boston-Londres.

VECCHIONE, Bernard, 1988 Trois modèles de perception musicale. Marsyas, 7, p. 61-8.

WALIMBE, Y.S., 1980 Abhinavagupta on Indian aesthetics. Ajanta Publications, Delhi (Inde).

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