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(In)visible religion in music: Pagan motives in music of Moravian Pagan musician Tomáš Kočko



Rok publikování 2021
Druh Další prezentace na konferencích
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Filozofická fakulta

Popis The conference paper will present an analysis of Pagan motives in music of Moravian folk/folklore musician Tomáš Kočko. His music is heavily inspired by Moravian traditional music (particularly of the etnoregion Lašsko, near Slovakian and Polish boarders), but he also draws inspiration from Slavic modern Paganism. Kočko declares himself as modern Pagan and he is also very proud of his regional (Moravian) identity. Pagan motives in Kočko´s music will be explained with help of Christopher Partridge´s theory about contemporary cultural milieu called “occulture” which can be described as broad reservoir of alternative spiritual concepts, used by artist as resource of inspiration. The paper will therefore discuss a) the question of usefulness of the concept in case of Tomáš Kočko´s music and b) where are the boarders between national/local and Pagan motives in Kočko´s music. It should be noted that the paper is early version of one chapter of author´s dissertation thesis.
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