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Zbornik radova Akademije umetnosti
2019, br. 7, str. 90-103
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/ZbAkUm1907090H

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Društveni i muzički uticaj na Kipru kao britanskoj koloniji - istorijski pregled
ARTE Music Academy, Nicosia, Cyprus

Sažetak

Ovaj rad nastoji da razmotri pitanje kako je širi proces društveno-ekonomske kapitalizacije tokom britanskog kolonijalizma uticao na muzički život Kipra. Glavni izvori za istraživanje su napisi iz ostrvske štampe na grčkom jeziku iz prve polovine 20. veka, kao i literatura koja se odnosi na društveno-ekonomski okvir istog perioda. Od kolonijalnog perioda nadalje, kiparska kultura je prihvatila javni koncert kao dominantno sredstvo za predstavljanje muzike i razvila stabilnu institucionalnu osnovu za zapadnu umetničku muziku, zajedno sa svojim komercijalnim sredstvima, uključujući muzičke instrumente i zvučne uređaje. Uzimajući u obzir komodifikaciju kao jednu od početnih karakteristika kapitalističkog načina proizvodnje, ovaj rad nastoji da identifikuje načine na koje se muzička aktivnost u kolonijalnom Kipru prilagođavala pojmu komercijalne vrednosti, postavljajući tako čvrstu infrastrukturu koja mu je omogućila da uđe u kapitalistički sistem robne razmene.

Ključne reči

Kipar; muzika; britanski kolonijalizam; kapitalizam; komodifikacija

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