Pejzaż dźwiękowy i praktyki audytywne czasu wojny (wówczas i współcześnie)
Wartime Soundscape and Auditive Activity (Then and Now)
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The text presents a soudscape analysis of World War II. Here, the term soundscape is understood, after R. Murray Schafer, as acoustic sphere of a place and of its human community which becomes a part of intangible cultural heritage. The analysed soundscape involves wartime audio sphere of both sound senders and recipients. In order to reconstruct the aural world from the years 1939–1945, the article’s author uses autobiographic texts by such writers as Białoszewski, Głowiński, Ligocka, Nałkowska, and Waniek. Further, she later demonstrates the contemporary references to wartime soundscape, and reveals how they function to construct both historical memorials and political history.
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