"Narcyz" Szymanowskiego – reinterpretacja mitu w muzycznej narracji

Małgorzata Lisecka

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/LC.2018.048

Abstrakt


Artykuł stanowi analizę Narcyza Karola Szymanowskiego przy pomocy narzędzi zaczerpniętych z teorii mitu oraz teorii narracji. Do analizy tej wykorzystano przede wszystkim koncepcje Claude’a Léviego-Straussa, Rolanda Barthes’a, Eero Tarastiego, Tzvetana Todorova oraz Williama Labova. Analiza ma odpowiedzieć na pytanie, jaki wariant mitu prezentuje w swoim utworze Szymanowski i w jakim zakresie wariant ten stanowi dopełnienie klasycznego ujęcia opowieści o Narcyzie. Przebieg analizy obejmuje wyodrębnienie materiału tematycznego, zestawienie go ze schematem narracji Labova oraz porównanie uzyskanego schematu z tradycyjną formą sonatową. Dodatkowymi czynnikami poddanymi analizie są metrum i tempo. W konkluzji wskazano na możliwości nowej interpretacji mitu w jego muzycznej wersji zaproponowanej przez Szymanowskiego.


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Karol Szymanowski; Narcyz; mit; narracja; narratologia

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