Bidrag til fagterminologi for en relasjonell musikkestetikk
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Original versionI: Barn, musikk, helse, s. 173-193
”Relational aesthetics has placed art in the middle of society”, stated the Norwegian newspaper Morgenbladet in 2009. In this article, I point to characteristics within art and science that have fostered the idea of relational aesthetics. I also suggest some possible implications for the field of music if we pursue the thought of what I call a relational aesthetics of music. Such aesthetics challenge the traditional notion of a gap between art and everyday life, intending to intervene with society and bring musical authority back to the listeners at concerts. In this article, I propose some consequences for the concept of “the concert” embedded in new knowledge of the relational as brought forward by David Stern, Colwyn Trevarthen and Stein Bråten, philosophers like Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno, and also experiences from ten years of my youth working as a music therapist.
SeriesSkriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse;5