Musica e danza in Magna Grecia e nella Sicilia greca: esempi di contesti delle performances rituali

Bellia, Angela (2014) Musica e danza in Magna Grecia e nella Sicilia greca: esempi di contesti delle performances rituali. A cura di: BUTTÀ, Licia and SUBÍAS, Eva and CARRUESCO, JESÚS and MASSIP, FRANCESC. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/5393. In: Danses Imaginades Danses Relatades. Paradigmes iconográfics del ball des de l’antigueitat clássica fins a l’edat mitjana. A cura di: Buttà, L. and Subìas, E. and Carruesco, J. and Massip, F.. Tarragona: Institut Català d’Arqueologia Clàssica, pp. 21-28. ISBN 978-84-942034-1-1. In: Trama
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Abstract

In South Italy and in Sicily the discovery of groups of statuettes of female players in the sacred areas dedicated to the female deities, seems related to the female festivals and with the music and dance performed during the wedding rites. The terracottas suggest the importance of particular musical instruments and of the dance for the rites of passage of the girls from the status of parthenos to the gyné.

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Bellia, AngelaUniversità di Bologna0000-0002-1517-6012
Keywords
Danza; Grotte; Locri; tympanon; Aulos; danza di gruppo; verginità; riti di passaggio femminili
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978-84-942034-1-1
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26 Jul 2016 09:28
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26 Jul 2016 09:28
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TELESTES - TELESTES. Musics, cults and rites of a Greek city in the West
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EC - FP7
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