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dc.contributor.authorPiotrowska, Anna G.
dc.identifier.citationAnna G. Piotrowska, O ‘cygańskim flamenco’ po polsku – charakterystyka literatury w języku rodzimym, "Studia Romologica", 2013, nr 6, s. 65-75.pl_PL
dc.description.abstractThe article outlines Polish literature dedicated to the phenomenon of flamenco. An author not only presents the state of research on flamenco in Poland, but also refers readers both to the earliest and to the most popular works on flamenco functioning abroad. While analyzing Polish literature Piotrowska asks a question about general attitude of Polish authors towards the issue of ‘Gypsyness’ of flamenco and presents how Polish writers treat Gypsy roots of flamenco. The author concludes that in Polish literature – comprising a few articles and books – Gypsy connotations of flamenco are usually duly underlined. At the same time, Piotrowska states that Polish literature on flamenco is dominated by practical approach focusing on performantive practices (dance, instrumental play), rather than on historic or aesthetic perspective. The author stresses the absence of Polish translations of important books on flamenco, however she also acknowledges the role Polish Internet sites play in promoting the Gypsy aspect of flamenco phenomenon.pl_PL
dc.publisherMuzeum Okręgowe w Tarnowiepl_PL
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dc.titleO ‘cygańskim flamenco’ po polsku – charakterystyka literatury w języku rodzimympl_PL
dc.title.alternativeOn ‘Gypsy flamenco’ in Polish – the characteristics of Polish literaturepl_PL
dc.title.alternativeO ‘cygańìtko flamenko’ gaʒitkones Polskaθe – so si and-i literatùra pe Polskaqëri gaʒìtko ćhibpl_PL
dc.contributor.organizationUniwersytet Jagiellońskipl_PL
dc.description.epersonNatalia Gancarz

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