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Komunikacije, mediji, kultura
2018, vol. 10, iss. 10, pp. 123-144
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published on: 09/04/2020
doi: 10.5937/gfkm1810123M
The role of music in Rolan Bart's semiological theory
Visoka škola strukovnih studija za vaspitače, Kruševac

e-mail: mitic@vaspeks.edu.rs

Abstract

Music, as an export art, for its "differences" from other arts, served Roland Bart to illuminate and illustrate his textual theory. She lays Bart's 'body-shaped' model of reading room that she fails to find in the literary tradition. In this paper, a brief presentation of key concepts and concepts: sign; The bachelor's theories (semiology and semiotics), their terminological dichotomy and various theories, we come to the answer because Bart turns music as an illustration of his theory of text. Focusing on Bart's essays, which discusses the 'readers' of the musical text as sources and listeners; achieving ecstasy by vocal excellence; practical to glaze as an illuminator of modern text, etc., we present Barth's knowledge that attempts to explain the semiological elements of the text. Bart calls for 'another semiology', which is in contrast to the classic one, which would explore the 'body in constant music'. The purpose of this paper is to, in addition to critical observation, point to the possibility of widely applied semilars as sciences in different areas of human life, as well as to open up new expenditures for further research, fostering and nutritional relevance and affecting sociology as well as music of the social life of people.

Keywords

Roland Bart; sign; semiology; text theory; musica practica; rain of voice

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