Lan erritmoetatik musikara
BELTRÁN ARGIÑENA, Juan Mari (2001) Lan erritmoetatik musikara. Jentilbaratz. Cuadernos de Folklore (7). pp. 119-155. ISSN 1137-859X
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We often wonder since when society makes music and how this form of expression and art was born. Among other reasons, certain principles of music are apparent in certain rhythms that are produced at work. This is what we want to analyse here by basing ourselves on the "txalaparta" and on similar mores in the Basque Country. Work, play and music appear united in the "ote jotzea" and in the "sagarra jotzea". Instruments of work are converted into instruments of sound to make music in "kirikoketa", "toberak" and "ttinbilin ttanbalan" sessions. When playing the "txalaparta", the sole objective is to make music, but this is produced in a working environment. With this we do not mean that things happened exactly in this way, but if, as the title itself pretends,a gradual change from of work to leisure and from work rhythm to that of music is quite evident for us.
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