The article is a first account of what has happened during the lockdown due to the pandemic of COVID-19. The author collected informations on how communities of practice have compensated the prohibition to realize religious rites in Italy. In particular it describes what has been realised in Castelsardo (SS) to fill the empty soundscape thanks to old recordings. It also gives a short account of what was organized on Facebook by the Brotherhood of Vallepietra to help believers in Holy Trinity Shrine of Vallepietra to feel to be part of a (virtual) community despite the lockdown.

Digital humanity: musica e riti sospesi al tempo del coronavirus

Caruso Fulvia
2020

Abstract

The article is a first account of what has happened during the lockdown due to the pandemic of COVID-19. The author collected informations on how communities of practice have compensated the prohibition to realize religious rites in Italy. In particular it describes what has been realised in Castelsardo (SS) to fill the empty soundscape thanks to old recordings. It also gives a short account of what was organized on Facebook by the Brotherhood of Vallepietra to help believers in Holy Trinity Shrine of Vallepietra to feel to be part of a (virtual) community despite the lockdown.
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