Le « dire musical » pour la liberté dans le processus du marronnage chez les Bushinengé de Guyane : thème et variations.

Abstract : To speak of the "musical saying" for freedom in the process of marronage among the Bushinengé of Guyana amounts to treating a kind of enigmatic mask representing a kind of sacred dread, and even a kind of primitive anxiety in front of the mystery and aggression of the world. It is an attempt to penetrate a world of energies where sounds and musical rhythms are transformed like a spirit, to serve as an invariable model that ordinary human time cannot reach and in which the uninitiated individual cannot slip. What is a "musical saying"? What is their nature and meaning? What reading to make? How to express it or translate it by an objective language? These few questions seem to be crucial to serve as a basis for this reflection around the concept that I propose the "musical say" as vector of energy for freedom in the process of marronnage among the Bushinengé.
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Apollinaire Anakesa Kululuka. Le « dire musical » pour la liberté dans le processus du marronnage chez les Bushinengé de Guyane : thème et variations.. Sociétés marronnes des Amériques. Mémoires, patrimoines, identités et histoire du XVIIe au XXe siècles, 2015, 978-2-84450-451-7. ⟨hal-01968004⟩

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