In her lecture, she will highlight some of the central stations and show how, in times of social upheaval, musica rumantscha was ideologically charged as an expression of a "Grisons Romansh soul" and how it is still perceived today as the founder of community and identity. Astrid Alexandre will perform selected songs to accompany the explanations.
Contributors: Laura Decurtins, author; Astrid Alexandre, vocals;
Introduction: Cordula Seger, Head of the Institute for Cultural Research Graubünden. A cooperation of the Chesa Planta and the Institute for Cultural Research of the Grisons.
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