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Document Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Title: „Któż tam będzie wisiał?” – bunt chłopski w miejskiej wyobraźni
Journal: Studia Litteraria et Historica
Authors: Starnawski, Marcin
Keywords: bunt; chłopi; feudalizm; folklor; folkloryzm; kultura popularna; socjologia historyczna; wieś; R.U.T.A.; punkrock
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: Studia Litteraria et Historica, 1, 1–52.
Abstract: The author presents a review of a recent album “Gore: Songs of Rebellion and Misery from 16th to 20th Century” by a Polish punk rock / hardcore group R.U.T.A. The album, which combines traditional peasant lyrics with modern arrangements and folk instruments, has received acclaim from both fans and critics, while the band declared their commitment to struggles of contemporary progressive social movements. The author analyses the lyrics situating his reflection in sociological-historical framework to discuss realities of peasants’ lives and revolts during the second serfdom in early modern Poland. The author interprets the musical form of the songs as “punk-rock assimilation” of folklore themes. The final section contains critical reflection on the album’s marketing strategy and reception with the key dissected categories being “rebellion” and “authenticity.”
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11479/259
ISSN: 2299-7571
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