ISSN 2250-5660 print | ISSN 2250-5415 online | Actualizado en  marzo de 2017
 
  V7(1)

MARCH 2017

 

Crossroads
Crossroads | Walter Hill | 1986

Silvina Luzzi

Universidad de Buenos Aires


Abstract

A young person and virtuous southern guitar student dreams about becoming a blues musician. To achieve his goal, he defies himself to find a "lost melody" written by the mythical Robert Johnson.The film presents a variant of the legend of the agreement with the devil and it turns out useful to think the nature of the creating act. This article based on Arnold Schoenberg’s contributions, establishes the differences between a craftsman and an artist, contributing a hypothesis on the musical event.

Keywords: Schoenberg | Artist | Event | music

This article is, for the time being, only available in Spanish: Crossroads




 
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Programa de Estudios Psicoanalíticos. Ética, Discurso y Subjetividad. CIECS (CONICET y UNC) y Cátedra de Psicoanálisis. Facultad de Psicología.
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
Departamento de Ética, Política y Tecnología, Instituto de Investigaciones y Cátedra de Etica y Derechos Humanos, Facultad de Psicología, Universidad de Buenos Aires