Cuerpo, ritual y sentido en el rock argentino
Fernando Díaz, Claudio (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba)

Date: 2006
Abstract: El rock argentino en los últimos años ha convocado el interés de numerosos estudios que lo han abordado desde diversas perspectivas teóricas, dada la complejidad del fenómeno. En el presente trabajo, propongo un análisis del conjunto de rituales que se articulan en el marco a la cultura rockera, incluyendo los usos y concepciones del cuerpo, principalmente en el marco del recital. Estos usos y concepciones del cuerpo, guardan una estrecha relación con algunas de las características musicales y con una serie de mecanismos discursivos que conforman el universo de sentido propio de La estética rockera.
Abstract: In the last few years the Argentinean has attracted the interest of a number of studies which -given the complexity of the phenomena- rank from different approaches and several theoretical perspectives. In the present essay I propose an analysis of the whole of rituals articulated within rock culture, including different uses and conceptions of the body, mainly within the frame of the rock concert. These uses and conception of the body are closely tied with some characteristic of the music and with a series of discursive mechanisms that define the own universe of meaning of the rock aesthetics, as developed in Argentina. Music, texts and boies unfold within certain rules determined by concert rituals, state distinctive contributions linked to that universe of meaning. In this essay the stress is placed on certain liturgical aspects in which take place a sort of "sui generis" religiosity, closely tied to music uses.
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Language: Castellà.
Document: article ; recerca ; publishedVersion
Published in: DeSignis, Núm. 9 (Abril 2006) , p. 147-158, ISSN 2462-7259



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