VIETNAMESE SYMPHONY AFTER INNOVATION IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERTEXTUALITY
In recent decades, the concept of “Globalizations” together with the term “Intertextuality” is being widely spread on international research forum. It is the dramatic increase in the exchange of knowledge, trade and culture around the world that lead to technological achievements (especially in information and communication technology) has created a phenomenon in the spiritual life of society which have to be studied and considered from many aspects.
The “Active choice” in acculturation can be seen as a way to present cultural identity and creativity of each culture, is the advantage of intertextuality. At the same time, the way of acculturation also represents cultural factors and transformation itself in which the identities of the cultural subject are also expressed. It is believed that cultural exchanges and acculturation are contributory factor to the achievements in culture and art of the whole society, especially in music.
After 1975, Vietnam is a communist country which is totally influenced in CCCP (in politic, economy and culture) until 1986, when the Innovation started. After that time, the intertextuality concept in culture and art was introduced, recognized and popularized, reflected in many literatures and symphony works. Vietnamese composers received the new music trend on the contemporary world and combined with the national characteristics to create a new music product, which was considered the outcome of intertextuality in music.