Clestrinye [El Carnaval del Perdón]: Traditional Rituals in Intermedia Composition.

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In Part I of this thesis, I examine the use of Latin American rituals, ceremonies, and traditional folklore as conceptual and compositional material; studying and re-contextualizing concepts, cultures, and ideologies, and introducing them to foreign audiences. I explore issues such as laptop improvisation, interaction with other performance forces, and the utilization of the social elements of non-western celebrations, as explored in Clestrinye, a work for live and fixed electronics, mixed ensemble, dancers, and painters.

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Salazar, Camilo August 2008.

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In Part I of this thesis, I examine the use of Latin American rituals, ceremonies, and traditional folklore as conceptual and compositional material; studying and re-contextualizing concepts, cultures, and ideologies, and introducing them to foreign audiences. I explore issues such as laptop improvisation, interaction with other performance forces, and the utilization of the social elements of non-western celebrations, as explored in Clestrinye, a work for live and fixed electronics, mixed ensemble, dancers, and painters.

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Salazar, Camilo. Clestrinye [El Carnaval del Perdón]: Traditional Rituals in Intermedia Composition., thesis, August 2008; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9041/: accessed March 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .