Zwierzęce początki muzyki. O Ptasim radiu Juliana Tuwima



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Anna Filipowicz

ORCID: 0000-0002-6779-6643

Uniwersytet Gdański

Abstract

Animal origins of music.

The poem Bird radio by Julian Tuwim

 

The essay is concerned with the topic of archaic “ethological tales”, which often present non-anthropocentric definitions of an animal as an emotional, rational, aesthetic creature – not formulated in opposition to the human. This point of view also appears in the poetry of Julian Tuwim, who connects the mythical idea of interspecies community with the Darwinian theory of evolution. In Ptasie radio/Bird radio (1938) he shows, for example, that the concept of melic poetry inherited from the ancient Greeks, has a biological base and comes from birds’ vocalisation. Analysing birds’ mating songs leads him to the idea that not only does man have the ability to generate aesthetic sounds, but that he also shares this ability also with other animals. Today, his intuition can be confirmed also in the field of genetic research.

Keywords:

ethological tale, Darwinian studies, theory of evolution, animal speech, animal aestetic


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Opublikowane : 2016-12-24


Filipowicz, A. (2016). Zwierzęce początki muzyki. O Ptasim radiu Juliana Tuwima. Zoophilologica, (2). Pobrano z https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/ZOOPHILOLOGICA/article/view/6179

Anna Filipowicz  redakcja.zoophilologica@us.edu.pl
Uniwersytet Gdański  Polska
Anna Filipowicz – dr, adiunkt w Instytucie Filologii Polskiej Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego; autorka książki Sztuka mięsa. Somatyczne oblicza poezji (2013) oraz licznych artykułów naukowych z dziedziny antropologii ciała, postumanizmu i animal studies. Aktualne zainteresowania badawcze: relacje ludzi i zwierząt w polskiej kulturze współczesnej, „zwrot ku rzeczom”, antropologia codzienności.