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Frey, Leonard H. (2013)
Languages: French
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: clown, comédie, rire, cirque, théâtre, PER010030, Theater, APT
L’origine du mot clown remonte au vieux Scandinave klunni (lourdaud / benêt). Comme nous avons pu en juger au cours de ces rencontres, la sémantique historique du terme a connu de nombreuses variations, a été, au fil du temps, soumise aux fluctuations plus ou moins heureuses imposées par le théâtre. Dans cette étude, je me propose d’étudier l’iconographie de la représentation du clown à travers l’une des variantes du spectacle, la danse, le ballet et les musiques d’Igor Stravinsky. Au cours d...
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