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Author(s): Gonçalves, A.
Editor: Thomas Fletcher
Date: 2022
Title: Local event, family and music: The rootedness of cultural heritage
Book title/volume: Family events: Practices, displays and intimacies
Pages: 87 - 99
Reference: Gonçalves, A. (2022). Local event, family and music: The rootedness of cultural heritage. Em Thomas Fletcher (Eds.). Local event, family and music: The rootedness of cultural heritage (pp. 87-99). Routledge.
ISBN: 9781003051190
DOI (Digital Object Identifier): 10.4324/9781003051190-8
Keywords: Fado
Family events
Celebrative social occasion
Urbal cultural heritage
Abstract: By examining a singular case – the Rua Joaquina party in Lisbon (Portugal) – this chapter raises questions about the role of small-scale and locally based events in shaping feelings of togetherness, musical attachment and family affiliation. In particular, it explores how such events are meaningful settings for families, neighbours and their guests to meet up, jointly appreciate or perform music they value, and engage beginners in musical pathways. Accordingly, an approach of this kind also seeks to illustrate and understand the living aspects of cultural heritage. The used data came from long-term fieldwork conducted in Lisbon’s fado scenes.
Peerreviewed: yes
Access type: Open Access
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