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Paroles d'attachement et paroles attachantes : dire et composer les territoires de la musique contemporaine

Abstract : My hypothesis is that territorial experience is part of the process of composing music through a series of trials and opportunities. It is especially the case of contemporary music which is based on deterritorialisation, renewed scenes (studios, research centres, urban environments, etc.). My sociological approach in this paper focuses on the comprehensive analysis of a sample of semi-structured interviews with young Japanese women, who chose to learn composition in France. I establish a typology into three groups according to the various ways of moving between two territories: primarily in terms of trajectory, secondly in terms of route, thirdly in terms of trip. Actually, the composers don’t venture along their own paths in the same way and similarly they haven’t got the same attachment to territories.
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Florence Lethurgez. Paroles d'attachement et paroles attachantes : dire et composer les territoires de la musique contemporaine. L'Information géographique, Armand Colin, 2017, Géomusique, 81 (1), pp.86-101. ⟨hal-02436889⟩

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