Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music: An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music

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Abstract

In today’s society, arts, music, and education are strongly rooted in “Cultural Diversity” and “Intercultural Dialogue.” Effective international collaboration requires that we be more sensitive and aware of the unique aspects of other cultures, and people from other cultures need to be sensitive to ours. However, cultures and our relationship to them are continually changing. This article investigates current issues linked to multicultural environments, languages, and social differences with respect to artistic and, in particular, musical collaboration; it includes a discussion of problems related to terminology and artistic creation, and attempts to highlight efforts to enhance its theory and practice.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Opportunities in the Arts
EditorsMary Sherman
PublisherVernon Press
Chapter19
Pages303-322
Number of pages20
ISBN (Print)978-1-62273-413-9
Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2019
Event2018 International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts - Auberge International de Québec , Quebec city, Canada
Duration: 22 Feb 201824 Feb 2018
http://transculturalexchange.org/2018-conference/overview.htm

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Conference2018 International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts
CountryCanada
CityQuebec city
Period22/02/1824/02/18
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Music
Art Education
Artistic Creation
Art music
International Collaboration
Intercultural Dialogue
Cultural Diversity

Keywords

  • interviews with artists and arts administrators
  • Conference survey finds
  • International Arts
  • Cultural Exchange
  • Arts Education
  • contemporary art
  • New Career Models for Arts
  • Artist Residencies

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Granier, B. (2019). Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music: An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music. In M. Sherman (Ed.), International Opportunities in the Arts (pp. 303-322). Vernon Press.

Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music : An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music. / Granier, Benoit.

International Opportunities in the Arts. ed. / Mary Sherman. Vernon Press, 2019. p. 303-322.

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Granier, B 2019, Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music: An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music. in M Sherman (ed.), International Opportunities in the Arts. Vernon Press, pp. 303-322, 2018 International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts, Quebec city, Canada, 22/02/18.
Granier B. Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music: An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music. In Sherman M, editor, International Opportunities in the Arts. Vernon Press. 2019. p. 303-322
Granier, Benoit. / Language and Culture Intertwinement in Music : An effort to develop intercultural language (and notation) in Music. International Opportunities in the Arts. editor / Mary Sherman. Vernon Press, 2019. pp. 303-322
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