Year 2016, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 27 - 40 2016-04-15

Müzikal Ötekileştirme: Siyahî Müzikleri (Blues) Örneği
Musical Othering: Instance Of Black (Blues) Musics

Yusuf Çifci [1]

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Müzikal ötekileştirme, toplumdan dışlanmış bir toplumsal grubun müzikal anlatılarının inkâr edilmesidir. Müzikal ötekileştirme ve toplumsal ötekileştirme arasında sıkı bir bağıntı vardır. Müzikal ötekileştirme, toplumsal ötekileştirmeyi sürdürülebilir kılmaktadır. Müzikal ötekileştirmenin anlaşılabilmesi için üç ölçüt sıralanabilir. Birincisi ötekinin müzikal anlatıları üzerindeki sansür uygulamalarıdır. İkincisi, ötekine ait olan müzikal anlatıların olumsuz kavramlarla anılmasıdır. Üçüncüsü ise, ötekinin müzikal söylemlerindeki ötekileştirilme imgelerinin yoğunluğuna ve de ötekinin müzik icra ederken antropolojik olarak kendi değerlerine işaret eden dil ve enstrümanları kullanıp kullanmadığına bağlıdır. Bu üç ölçüt merkezinde bir siyahî müziği olan Blues müziğine bakıldığında Blues’un müzikal ötekileştirmenin nesnesi olduğu söylenebilir. Bu makalede; “müzikal ötekileştirme” olgusu kavramsallaştırılmaya çalışılacak ve bu kavramsal çerçeve üzerinden Blues müzikal anlatısı incelenecektir.

Musical othering is the denial of the musical narrations of a social group which is ostracized. There is a hard

relation between musical othering and social othering. Musical othering makes social othering sustainable. It can

be sait that There are three criterions to understand musical othering. First one is the censorship policies on the

musical narrations of the other. The second one is that The musical narrations, belong to the other, are mentioned

with negative notions. The third one is based on those, the intensity of othering images in the others’ musical

narrations and is based on Whether the other plays or does not play the instruments point to the others’ self values

anthropologically While the other is making music. When looked at Blues music, as a black music, At the core of

these three criterions, It can be said that Blues music has been the object of musical othering. In this essay, It will

be tried to conceptualise the case of musical othering and on the basis of this conceptual framework, It will be

analysed the musical narration of Blues.

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APA Çifci, Y . (2016). Müzikal Ötekileştirme: Siyahî Müzikleri (Blues) Örneği. Uluslararası Politik Araştırmalar Dergisi, 2 (1), 27-40. DOI: 10.25272/j.2149-8539.2016.2.1.03
MLA Çifci, Y . "Müzikal Ötekileştirme: Siyahî Müzikleri (Blues) Örneği". Uluslararası Politik Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 (2016): 27-40 <http://dergipark.org.tr/icps/issue/40644/489092>
Chicago Çifci, Y . "Müzikal Ötekileştirme: Siyahî Müzikleri (Blues) Örneği". Uluslararası Politik Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 (2016): 27-40
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ISNAD Çifci, Yusuf . "Müzikal Ötekileştirme: Siyahî Müzikleri (Blues) Örneği". Uluslararası Politik Araştırmalar Dergisi 2 / 1 (April 2016): 27-40. https://doi.org/10.25272/j.2149-8539.2016.2.1.03