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L’exotisme postcolonial dans l’œuvre de Jean-Claude Eloy

Abstract : Jean-Claude Eloy is a passionate composer of non-European music (and especially of Japanese music) who claims a militant multiculturalism and fiercely refuses that his approach can be associated with any exoticism. Yet, without the sincerity of its ideological position being questioned, certain ambiguities appear when studying its production. Thus, although the surface exoticism characteristic of the nineteenth century has disappeared in favor of a widely documented interest in non-Western musical cultures, it is not uncommon in the work and in the rich written production of the composer , the permanence of themes characteristic of this exoticism. The whole stake of the thesis will lie in the analysis of this paradox and in the explanations that it will be possible to propose.
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Sabrina Rebouh. L’exotisme postcolonial dans l’œuvre de Jean-Claude Eloy. Musique, musicologie et arts de la scène. Ecole doctorale langues lettres et arts, ED354, Aix-Marseille Université, 2017. Français. ⟨tel-01794700⟩



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