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Art & The Everyday: Popular Entertainment & The Circle Of Eric Satie

Perloff, Nancy

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ISBN 10: 0198161948 / ISBN 13: 9780198161943
Editorial: Clarendon Press, Oxford 1991, 1991
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24.0 x 16.0cms, 228pp, very good+ hardback & dustwrapper The chapters cover: the reaction against impressionism; popular institutions in turn of the century Paris; American popular music & dance on the Parisian scene; Satie & cabaret; the popular world of Cocteau, Milhaud, Poulenc & Auric; ragtime diversity & nostalgia, the language of Satie's 'Parade'; embracing a popular language. N° de ref. de la librería 130202

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Título: Art & The Everyday: Popular Entertainment & ...

Editorial: Clarendon Press, Oxford 1991

Año de publicación: 1991

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

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Art and the Everyday examines the early twentieth-century French movement sparked by the premi `ere of Erik Satie's ballet Parade in May 1917. For the young musicians Darius Milhaud, Francis Poulenc, and Georges Auric, and for the poets Blaise Cendrars and Max Jacob who attended the performance in Paris, Parade exemplified a wish to escape Symbolist purity and fuse `art' with everyday life. Their cause was quickly taken up by the poet Jean Cocteau, author of the ballet's scenario, who published his celebrated pamphlet on new French music, The Cock and the Harlequin , in 1918. Nancy Perloff argues that Satie and his colleagues led French music away from Impressionism by infusing their composition with French and American popular idioms. They also adopted aesthetic principles of parody, diversity, nostalgia, and repetition from the Parisian cabaret, cafe-concert, circus, fair, and music-hall. With their collaborators Pablo Picasso, Fernand L 'eger, and Francis Picabia, they shared a radical disregard for traditional divisions separating popular and classical forms of creative expression. Perloff's vantage of popular entertainment offers a new context for the study of Satie and Les Six. This book is intended for students of twentieth-century French and American popular music, art and literary historians.

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We stock books about art, design, fashion, heritage/history and gender/sexuality, specialising in books about Australian, Asian & Pacific arts, crafts design and cultural history. Since we are committed to marginalised and innovative social and cultural practices, we are more likely to have books on women artists or dissident life than coffee-table books on iconic figures. This shop is in Sydney's legendary Kings Cross area, which has provided alternatives to this country's normalcy and suburbia for the last 80 years. Colloquially known as 'The Cross', this name signifies Antipodean bohemia, streetgangs and a world-famous red light district etc. THE CROSS Art + Books is a foundation member of The Bookdealers Guild (NSW).

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