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De traditie van de tableaux vivants bij de plechtige intochten in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635)

(2002) TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS. 115(2). p.166-180
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The rich tradition of tableaux vivants in the Joyous Entries in the early modern Southern Netherlands is at the center of this article. From a theatre historiographical perspective, centering on the performative character of the tableaux vivants, the authors try to to describe the prospering and vanishing of this rich urban cultural tradition. From a number of concrete examples from the late fifteenth, sixteenth and early seventeenth century, the authors state how this theatrical phenomenon is functioning as a means of theatrical communication between the sovereign and the city. It is a means of communication which, in the wearisome process of centralizing, is losing more and more its dialogizing part, degenerating into a still and stiff image to the honour and glory of sovereign and state.

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Bussels, Stijn, and Bram Van Oostveldt. 2002. “De Traditie Van De Tableaux Vivants Bij De Plechtige Intochten in De Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635).” Tijdschrift Voor Geschiedenis 115 (2): 166–180.
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Bussels, S., & Van Oostveldt, B. (2002). De traditie van de tableaux vivants bij de plechtige intochten in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635). TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS, 115(2), 166–180.
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Bussels S, Van Oostveldt B. De traditie van de tableaux vivants bij de plechtige intochten in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635). TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS. 2002;115(2):166–80.
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Bussels, Stijn, and Bram Van Oostveldt. “De Traditie Van De Tableaux Vivants Bij De Plechtige Intochten in De Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635).” TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS 115.2 (2002): 166–180. Print.
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  abstract     = {The rich tradition of tableaux vivants in the Joyous Entries in the early modern Southern Netherlands is at the center of this article. From a theatre historiographical perspective, centering on the performative character of the tableaux vivants, the authors try to to describe the prospering and vanishing of this rich urban cultural tradition. From a number of concrete examples from the late fifteenth, sixteenth and early seventeenth century, the authors state how this theatrical phenomenon is functioning as a means of theatrical communication between the sovereign and the city. It is a means of communication which, in the wearisome process of centralizing, is losing more and more its dialogizing part, degenerating into a still and stiff image to the honour and glory of sovereign and state.},
  author       = {Bussels, Stijn and Van Oostveldt, Bram},
  issn         = {0040-7518},
  journal      = {TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR GESCHIEDENIS},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {166--180},
  title        = {De traditie van de tableaux vivants bij de plechtige intochten in de Zuidelijke Nederlanden (1496-1635)},
  volume       = {115},
  year         = {2002},
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