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L’influence musicale : un concept archaïque ?

Abstract : Since the beginning of the 1960s, influence has been a decried notion. Considered vague, approximate, and incapable of describing with precision the mechanisms at play in the processes of exchange between artists or works, it now seems to belong to a bygone era in music studies. However, while alternative analytical models have been developed in history or literature (cultural transfers, intertextuality, etc.), some researchers are trying to rehabilitate "influence studies", following the example of the American musicologist Kevin Korsyn. Should we, almost sixty years after the emergence of intertextual theories, definitively classify influence as an archaic or even obsolete concept?
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Jason Julliot. L’influence musicale : un concept archaïque ?. Forum du département de musicologie, Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse, Apr 2022, Paris, France. ⟨hal-03705038⟩

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