Problem izvođenja kod Glena Gulda / The Analysis of Glenn Gould’s Performance

Bojana Rodić

Abstract


New ways of performance have marked the 20th century, thereby there is the increasing number of those that complement and expand this discourse, both on the theoretical and creative level. Through the use of historical and theoretical analysis, this paper attempts to contribute to a better understanding of performance studies, performative and performativity. In this paper, the distinction between the performative and interpretative ways of performing a musical composition is emphasized. Special attention is given to the semiotic analysis of Glenn Gould’s piano movements, which have often been criticized without an attempt to explain their meaning. This paper demonstrates that the relationship between Gould’s gesticulation and the structure of music notation does exist, which consequently opens the door to the new aesthetics which is presented to the audience.


Keywords


performance, performance studies, performative, performativity, Glenn Gould, gesticulation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25038/am.v0i11.146

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