2006
DOI: 10.1080/13545710600806862
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The Tenco effect. Suicide, San Remo, and the social construction of thecanzone d'autore

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“…A neologism invented in 1960 by two executives of Italian RCA, the word quickly became one of the most employed terms of the Italian music vocabulary (see Santoro 2002;Fabbri 2005). A neologism invented in 1960 by two executives of Italian RCA, the word quickly became one of the most employed terms of the Italian music vocabulary (see Santoro 2002;Fabbri 2005).…”
Section: On Songs and Boundariesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…A neologism invented in 1960 by two executives of Italian RCA, the word quickly became one of the most employed terms of the Italian music vocabulary (see Santoro 2002;Fabbri 2005). A neologism invented in 1960 by two executives of Italian RCA, the word quickly became one of the most employed terms of the Italian music vocabulary (see Santoro 2002;Fabbri 2005).…”
Section: On Songs and Boundariesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ionio Prevignano-Rapetti 1962;Straniero et al 1964). It is in this context, which we could define as a 'cultural field in the making' (Bourdieu 1993), characterised by struggles organised around the two axes of new/old and commercial/artistic, that the figure of the cantautore emerges as a distinct (and distinctive) social identity (Santoro 2002(Santoro , 2006. It is in this context, which we could define as a 'cultural field in the making' (Bourdieu 1993), characterised by struggles organised around the two axes of new/old and commercial/artistic, that the figure of the cantautore emerges as a distinct (and distinctive) social identity (Santoro 2002(Santoro , 2006.…”
Section: Sketches From a Long History: The Rise Of Canzone D'autorementioning
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“…It's like believing in the Easter Bunny! (Giovetti 1967) 25 Some scholars have considered Tenco's death as a crucial moment in the definition of an aesthetic of popular music based on authorship, which later proved to be decisive in establishing the canzone d'autore ('auteur song') genre (Santoro 2006 andTomatis 2013). As noticed by Santoro, the left-wing press (but also youth magazines) gave the suicide a sociological dimension.…”
Section: Teen Pop Press and Its Rhetoric: Abstract And Stylementioning
confidence: 99%