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Aprendizagem contextual: impacto motivacional de atividades musicais extracurriculares em alunos de Guitarra de um Conservatório de música; Contextual learning: motivational impact of extracurricular musical activities in Guitar students of a Conservatory of music

Ferreira, Marco Paulo Duarte
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso
Publicado em //2014 POR
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Relatório de estágio de mestrado em Ensino de Música; Este estudo pretende contribuir para a identificação de fatores que permitam melhorar a motivação escolar assim como o sucesso escolar. Portanto, o presente trabalho pretende investigar sobre os resultados da participação de alunos em atividades musicais extracurriculares, como ferramenta motivacional no estudo da guitarra, inserido no ensino vocacional de música. Esta temática já tem sido estudada por vários autores em diversos contextos, em que, na maior partes dos casos, foram obtidos resultados consideravelmente positivos. Alguns estudos têm revelado que a participação de alunos em atividades extracurriculares aumenta a sua motivação e, em certos casos, também o sucesso escolar. Para este estudo, participaram 16 alunos de guitarra de um Conservatório de música. Durante um ano letivo, foram desenvolvidas atividades musicais extracurriculares para os alunos referidos. Verificou-se que, de certa forma, alguns alunos apresentam comportamentos motivacionais mais elevados, embora em diferentes níveis, após terem realizado as atividades mencionadas. Em certos casos, o sucesso escolar aumentou, bem como a própria vontade de progredir no estudo na guitarra num nível superior.; This study contributes to the identification of factors that allows improving school motivation as well school success. Therefore...

Technological and Social Drivers of Change in the Online Music Industry

Fox, Mark
Fonte: First Monday Publicador: First Monday
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Considerable attention has been given to the legal implications arising from the distribution of music in a digital format via the Internet. However, less attention has been paid to the technological and social drivers of change in the music industry. This paper attempts to demonstrate the significant impact that social and technological forces have on the music industry, especially regarding lowering barriers to entry.

Conference Program

LAMC, Jacobs School of Music
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: Outros
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As a celebration of its 50th Anniversary, Indiana University's Latin American Music Center presented a conference addressing historical and current musical exchanges between the U.S. and Latin America. The conference took place on Oct. 19-23, 2011.; Latin American Music Center, Jacobs School of Music

Verse Chorus Verse: Overview of Iterative Usability Studies for the IN Harmony: Sheet Music from Indiana Project

Dalmau, Michelle
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Library Program Publicador: Indiana University Digital Library Program
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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A recording is not available for this presentation.; The Indiana University Digital Library Program was awarded an Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) grant to digitize approximately 10,000 pieces of sheet music from the Indiana University Lilly Library, the Indiana State Library, the Indiana State Museum and the Indiana Historical Society. This project is known as IN Harmony: Sheet Music from Indiana. It is a three-year project that entails the creation of a sheet music cataloging tool and a collection website among other things. Over the course of the project, various usability techniques have been identified to facilitate the design of the cataloging and end-user collection website. This talk will demonstrate how usability studies can serve as building blocks not only for software development, but also for metadata creation and usability design. I will focus on three usability studies that were completed during the project's first year to inform the design of the sheet music cataloging tool and the collection website: a logs analysis study, a card sort and task scenario study and an email content analysis study. Each of these methodologies will be summarized and assessed in terms of their respective strengths and weaknesses. I will also illustrate how these methodologies were appropriate to the corresponding stages of the project's development cycle. Lastly...

The piano music of Boris Papandopulo

Kovacic, Loreta
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 121 p.; application/pdf
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This dissertation examines the life and music of the Croatian composer Boris Papandopulo. The socio-political climate in which he lived is taken into account, and special attention is devoted to the duality in his compositional style. This duality is characterized by his use of both neoclassic and folk components, and derives from his studies of traditional Western European music as well as from his Croatian heritage. He is thus seen to have been a synthesizer in the best sense of the word. Croatia, a small country positioned on the outskirts of Europe, has its own distinctive identity; and its singular position gave Papandopulo's music the special quality of being both national and international at the same time. His music was heavily influenced by formal techniques, such as the twelve-tone method, yet remained highly individual. Special emphasis will be given to the piano works of this unique and relatively unknown composer.

The chamber music of Enrique Granados

Ruiz, Sergio H.
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 157 p.; application/pdf
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Like most of the music Enrique Granados (1867--1916), the Piano Quintet in g minor, Piano Trio in C Major, and the Sonata for Violin and Piano were unpublished at the time of his death, not published until the 1970's. A problem encountered in the current editions of his chamber works with piano is the lack of an accurate representation of the music, including wrong notes, phrasings, dynamic markings, and in certain cases, a complete misrepresentation of the original work, all of which fall short of the composers original intentions. A few reasons may have caused these editorial errors: the lack of attention that Granados and his legacy placed on his own chamber works; the unprofessional manner in which the publishing houses edited his music; the difficulty in finding the location of original manuscripts. These factors may have contributed to the inaccurate editions of his chamber music with piano currently in use today. This document presents an accurate edition of the first movements of the Piano Quintet in g minor, Piano Trio in C Major, and the Sonata for Violin and Piano, based on Granados' original autograph manuscripts. A brief discussion of the influence of nineteenth-century composers such as Schumann, Brahms, and Faure is presented on the chamber works...

The music of Charles Tomlinson Griffes; harbinger of American art music's transition into the modern age

Walton, Peggy Marie
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 159 p.; application/pdf
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Charles Tomlinson Griffes heralded a new era of twentieth-century internationalism for American music. Rather than restrict himself to writing American nationalistic or German romantic music like most American composers of his time, Griffes built upon his classical background to write eclectic new music that incorporated ideas from around the world, especially from France, Russia, and the Orient. This thesis looks at the composer in terms of the musical culture in which he lived. It considers issues which affected American musicians and highlights many of the ways Griffes transcended the stylistic limitations of early twentieth-century American music. Analyses of the Piano Sonata of 1917 and the Roman Sketches, Op. 7 reveal Griffes' traditional background, particularly the influence of Liszt, and illustrate Griffes' integration of the forward-looking ideas of Ravel, Scriabin, Schoenberg, and other modern composers, as well as his anticipation of new twentieth-century trends.

Music From The Red Pony - Film Music by Aaron Copland

Tucker, Aubrey
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 152 p.; application/pdf
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As the motion picture in the twentieth century's unique contribution to the dramatic arts, academic attention to the study of film music is more than justified. The greatest hindrance to research is the unavailability of many film scores. The film composer's task is specialized, demanding the ability to create quickly and coolly under pressure. Aaron Copland developed as a dramatic composer from the beginning. While studying in Paris, he was influenced toward seeking an accessible and uniquely American style. His arrival at that style in the late 1930's preceded an invitation to compose music for films. Analysis of the original score for The Red Pony reveals Aaron Copland as a skillful and artistic film composer. The Copland music is also discussed as it relates to other aspects of the film. Copland was a dominant influence on film scores after 1940, particularly concerning themes of Americana and the West.

"Les Chansons de Bilitis" by Claude Debussy: A discussion of the original stage music and its resulting transcriptions

Kerbs, Susan J.
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 83 p.; application/pdf
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In the year 1901, Claude Debussy wrote incidental music to accompany a set of staged poems written by his friend, Pierre Louys. The poems were taken from a volume of 143 poems and three epitaphs entitled, Les Chansons de Bilitis, which were published in 1894. Louys claimed that he had translated these poems from works found in the tomb of a sixth century B.C. Greek poetess named Bilitis, when in fact, he had fabricated them himself. Debussy's incidental music is scored for two flutes, two harps, celesta, and reciter. The music was not published during his lifetime and the celesta part did not survive. Several editions have since been produced with newly composed celesta parts. Pierre Boulez created a version for a 1954 performance; this version remains unpublished. Arthur Hoeree reconstituted the celesta part and made an edition for the publisher Jobert in 1971. This is the edition from which the analysis and examples in this document were taken. Rudolf Escher made a 1972 edition for the publisher Donemus, partly in reaction to his disagreements with parts of Hoeree's edition. The preparation of these editions of the incidental music was greatly aided by the fact that Debussy reworked six movements of Les Chansons de Bilitis for piano four-hands in 1914 and titled them Six Epigraphes antiques. Two versions for flute and piano have since been made from these works. Donald Peck published a version...

The effect of Baroque music on behavioural disturbances in patients with dementia

Nair, B.; Heim, C.; Krishnan, C.; D'este, C.; Marley, J.; Attia, J.
Fonte: Blackwell Publishing Asia Publicador: Blackwell Publishing Asia
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2011 EN
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Aim:  To study the effect of Baroque music in people with dementia. Methods:  Patients in a multicultural dementia-specific aged care facility were subjected to Baroque music in a cross-over study. Results:  There were significantly more behavioural disturbances during the weeks when Baroque music was played compared to control periods (0.2 more episodes per week, P= 0.01), and more episodes in the afternoon shift compared to evening shift (1 more episode per week, P= 0.001). Conclusion:  These results confirm that music can influence behaviour but is contrary to previous results.; Balakrishnan (Kichu) Nair, Christian Heim, Chitra Krishnan, Catherine D'Este, John Marley, John Attia

Academic achievement and music: What's the connection?

Rosevear, J.
Fonte: Australian Society for Music Education; Australia Publicador: Australian Society for Music Education; Australia
Tipo: Conference paper
Publicado em //2007 EN
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The relationship between music and general academic achievement is an issue which continues to receive wide interest, especially in the mass media. This paper explores some of the background to such interest, including discussion of the legend of the ‘Mozart effect’ and the slogan, ‘Music makes you smarter’. The paper reports on a study which, in part, explored whether students who study music in secondary school achieved more highly in other subjects. Data were collected via a researcher-designed survey, with 282 participants from three high schools in metropolitan Adelaide. The survey explored the extent and nature of involvement in musical activity, both at school and outside school, as well as reasons for success in school subjects and other activities. Results of the survey showed that those students studying music at school achieved at a higher level in four core academic subjects. It was also apparent that the students perceived enjoyment to be an important factor in being successful in school subjects.

The theories of Olivier Messiaen : their origins and their application in his piano music.

Williams, Graham
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //1978
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This dissertation is an investigation of the printed writings and sayings of Olivier Messiaen and the relationship they bear to his piano music. The objective is to describe the composer's writings in general, but with particular emphasis upon the influences he has acknowledged and the sources he has recognized as formative to his thought and expression. These influences are then examined both in their original sources and in the more personal and specific selection Messiaen has made of them. Thus described, they are then related, through his words and practice, to the technique of his musical language. The research is presented in four main categories. Firstly, biographical data is discussed (Chapters I-IV) including Messiaen's early childhood and education (1908-1930), his first appointments and private researches (1931-1939), his return to the Paris Conservatoire as a professor (1942-47)and finally his international position since 1948. The second section describes the major theological, philo­- sophical and literary influences which Messiaen has recognized, examining from a general historical and derivative basis those features to which the composer has particularly ascribed importance. These include (Chapters V-IX) the writings of the Catholic theologians...

The language of enchantment : childhood and fairytale in the music of Maurice Ravel.

Kilpatrick, Emily Alison
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2008
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No human condition is invested with more diverse and complex perceptions, ideals and emotions than childhood. Although it has long been accorded a particular significance in the context of his life and work, Maurice Ravel’s conception of childhood, together with the musical language through which it found expression, has never been the subject of a detailed, extended study. This thesis, therefore, explores the roles and realisations of childhood in Ravel’s music, arguing that they were inextricably linked with the language, traditions and idioms of the literary fairytale – an hypothesis Ravel himself supported when he wrote that his intention in his fairytale-based Ma mère l'Oye was to evoke ‘the poetry of childhood’. Through a study of these intertwined themes, the thesis develops new analytical and interpretative approaches to three major works: the piano duet suite Ma mère l’Oye (1910), the Trois chansons for mixed choir (1914-1915), and the opera L’Enfant et les sortilèges (1919-1925). These works span a fifteen-year period that saw a decisive evolution in Ravel’s compositional style, and was crucially impacted by the great cataclysm of the First World War. Ravel deliberately aligned his music with the traditions of the fairytale through the creation and expressive manipulation of musical and dramatic structure...

The fiddle music of Connie O'Connell

Randles, Sheila
Fonte: University of Limerick Publicador: University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed
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peer-reviewed; This is a study of an Irish traditional fiddle-player, Connie O'Connell, from Cill na Martra, Co. Cork. Connie has been strongly influenced by the main musicians of Sliabh Luachra, an area which encompasses the West Cork and East Kerry border. In particular, he has been influenced by the renowned fiddle-players of the region - Denis Murphy, Padraig O'Keeffe and Julia Clifford. Today, he is widely considered amongst the traditional music community as one of the present-day exponents of this style, and is well known for his extensive repertoire. This thesis examines the fiddle music of Connie O'Connell within the context of the Sliabh Luachra fiddle tradition. It also examines the extent to which that tradition has changed and how this change is manifested in Connie's music. The Introduction outlines my reasons for embarking on this project. It also details the approach adopted in examining Connie's music and the manner in which his position within the Sliabh Luachra fiddle tradition has been evaluated. Chapter One is a brief biographical study of the musician in context. His repertoire is examined in Chapter Two and is related to that of his predecessors. The notion that polkas and slides are the dominant tune-types in Sliabh Luachra is challenged in this chapter. Aspects of melodic and rhythmic variation are examined in detail in Chapter Three...

"A música como intervenção redutora da ansiedade do profissional de serviço de emergência: utopia ou realidade?" ; The music as a reducible intervention of anxiety of the emergency service professional: Utopia or reality?

Gatti, Maria Fernanda Zorzi
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/12/2005 PT
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Profissionais de serviço de emergência experimentam diariamente inúmeras situações geradoras de ansiedade e stress. O objetivo deste estudo foi verificar se a utilização de música erudita pré-determinada produz alterações no Estado de ansiedade dos profissionais, além de conhecer a percepção dos mesmos sobre esse tipo de intervenção. A amostra constituiu-se de 49 profissionais (médicos, enfermeiros, auxiliares e técnicos de enfermagem, auxiliares administrativos, de farmácia e de limpeza) do Pronto Socorro Adulto de um hospital privado de médio porte da cidade de São Paulo. Os dados foram coletados utilizando-se o Inventário de Ansiedade Traço-Estado (IDATE) e um questionário de avaliação da percepção do profissional. Foi observado que na presença da música ambiente o Estado de ansiedade dos profissionais diminuía, à medida que a demanda de pacientes aumentava (p=0,008); 61% dos indivíduos gostaram da seleção musical, 76% perceberam alteração no ambiente e 41% acreditaram que a música alterou seu desempenho pessoal, sendo que nenhum desses aspectos interferiu na variação do escore de Estado de ansiedade. Pudemos concluir que a música erudita ambiente pode oferecer benefícios aos profissionais de emergência para além do sentido estético. ; Professionals of emergency service experience countless generating situations of anxiety and stress daily. The objective of this study was to verify if the use of predetermined classical music produces alterations in the state of the professionals' anxiety...

Os sentidos da música Roma Antiga; The senses of music in Ancient Rome

Michel Mendes
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 06/08/2010 PT
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O trabalho tem por objetivo apresentar algumas considerações acerca da música na Roma Antiga, a partir de excertos de obras de autores latinos dos séculos II a.C. a II d.C. (como Plauto, César, Cícero, Quintiliano, Sêneca, Vitrúvio, entre outros). Embora não tratem especificamente do tema, os textos selecionados deixam transparecer certas impressões dos romanos a respeito da música e podem ajudar a montar pelo menos parte do cotidiano musical dessa civilização. A partir dos excertos, discutimos o funcionamento e a utilização dos instrumentos musicais na guerra, na mitologia e nas práticas religiosas, bem como tecemos breves comentários sobre a tradução proposta modernamente para os nomes desses instrumentos. Por fim, analisamos a presença da música no teatro de Plauto, através do estudo de excertos das peças do autor que mostram os músicos em ação ou que expressam a opinião das personagens acerca deles e de breves apontamentos sobre questões referentes à musicalidade das falas das personagens; This work presents some considerations about music in Ancient Rome, drawing upon excerpts of works by various Roman authors from the second century B.C. to the second century A.D. (such as Cicero, Quintilian, Julius Caesar...

A musica de Morton Feldman sob a otica de sua compreensão da pintura do expressionismo abstrato; The music of Morton Feldman by the optic of his comprehension of abstract expressionism painting

Dantas Neves Rampin
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 21/08/2008 PT
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Esta pesquisa reflete a relação entre a música do compositor norte americano Morton Feldman e o grupo de pintores do Expressionismo Abstrato The New York School of Visual Arts - partindo da ótica do próprio compositor. Abordamos a maneira como Feldman trabalhou concepções advindas da pintura na composição técnica e estética em sua música. Para discorrer sobre este tema, a dissertação apresenta uma breve contextualização histórica da década de 50, do século passado, momento do encontro de Feldman com os pintores. Em seguida, apresentamos as concepções desenvolvidas por Feldman em sua música derivadas da pintura. Para tanto, apresentaremos análises que nos permitam compreender como estas concepções se concretizam musicalmente através da história notacional do compositor. Do ponto de vista metodológico a pesquisa se vale das declarações do próprio compositor, de pesquisas que abordam o trabalho composicional de Morton Feldman e da análise de obras. Priorizamos a análise da peça Crippled Symmetry, já que ela apresenta uma das notações mais originais produzidas por Feldman, o que nos inspirou a composição de Sombras Sobre o Encoberto 11, peça que apresentamos neste trabalho como resultado composicional desta pesquisa. Nas considerações finais...

A guitarra elétrica na música popular brasileira : os estilos dos músicos José Menezes e Olmir Stocker; The electric guitar in brazilian popular music : The styles of the musicians José Menezes and Olmir Stocker

Eduardo de Lima Visconti
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 08/09/2010 PT
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O tema desta tese é a inserção da guitarra elétrica na música popular brasileira, processo que se deu de forma gradativa a partir de meados do século XX. Através do estudo dos estilos de José Meneses e Olmir Stocker, dois músicos que se dedicaram a esse instrumento, procuro compreender o modo pelo qual a guitarra elétrica não apenas foi introduzida, mas se adequou ao repertório da nossa música popular. Identificada como instrumento dotado de dispositivos artificiais (captadores eletrônicos) e portadora de uma carga de significados associados ao jazz e à música pop anglo-americana, a guitarra foi objeto de veneração e rejeição por parte de críticos e músicos. Ao mesmo tempo em que fora repudiada por uns como símbolo de "estrangeirismo" ou até mesmo do imperialismo cultural sobre a nação brasileira, era reconhecida por outros como elemento de sofisticação e de modernidade musical. Apoiado em análises de composições e gravações de José Meneses e Olmir Stocker, procurei demonstrar que os estilos desses músicos expressam, de certa forma, uma gama de conflitos simbólicos que permearam o meio musical ao longo de décadas, balizados pelas oposições entre nacional x internacional, erudito x popular, comercial x não comercial...

A recriação timbrística na música espectral; The timbral re-creation on spectral music

Ivan Eiji Yamauchi Simurra
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 20/01/2012 PT
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Esta dissertação de mestrado tem por objetivo estudar a ideia de "recriação timbristica" tal qual trabalhada na música espectral. A dissertação está organizada em duas etapas distintas, mas não disjuntas: uma mais teórica e especulativa e outra mais prática. Para isso, levantamos algumas das possíveis referências bibliográficas, tanto técnicas e teóricas, quanto poéticas, musicais e composicionais, utilizadas pelos principais compositores e pesquisadores pertencentes à Música Espectral, como os denominados pioneiros, Tristan Murail, Gérard Grisey e Huguues Dufourt. Segue a apresentação de algumas "recriações timbrísticas" desenvolvidas no repertório composicional, técnico e conceitual da Música Espectral. Dessa forma, os possíveis resultados práticos da utilização conceitual do termo "recriação" se relacionam, especulativamente, com as principais ferramentas e processos desenvolvidos pela música espectral. Ainda, no que o desenvolvimento prático deste trabalho, o Capítulo 3 realiza uma abordagem analítica, assumindo como seus objetos de análise as obras mémoire/érosion (1975-76), de Tristan Murail e Speakings (2008), de Jonathan Harvey e tem, como suporte metodológico, as pesquisas realizadas anteriormente...

A musica tintinabular de Arvo Part; Arvo Part's tintinnabuli music

Alfredo Votta Junior
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 23/09/2009 PT
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O compositor estoniano Arvo Pärt, nascido em 1935 e radicado na Alemanha desde os anos 1980, tem sido objeto de atenção do mundo musical por sua peculiar linguagem modal baseada na técnica tintinnabuli, formulada e nomeada pelo próprio Pärt. Esta técnica se baseia na ideia de utilização exclusiva das três notas de uma tríade em ao menos uma das vozes da textura musical. Esta técnica tem sido utilizada por Pärt desde meados dos anos 1970. Sua obra apresenta também numerosas afinidades com a música medieval, arte estudada por Pärt nos anos de interrupção de seu trabalho composicional que se prolongaram de 1968 até 1976. O canto gregoriano ocupou lugar de destaque nestes estudos, sendo por esta razão importante para a compreensão de sua obra. São apontados também, por inúmeras fontes (trabalhos acadêmicos, encartes de gravações e textos críticos jornalísticos), vínculos da obra de Pärt com o minimalismo, que se manifestam sobretudo no ideal de stasis, nos processos aditivos e nos ciclos. As técnicas desenvolvidas por Pärt, bem como aquelas que se podem relacionar a ele, são fértil campo para a formulação de novas ideias composicionais e mesmo para o reencontro com ideias antigas que podem fertilizar a expressão musical atual; Estonian composer Arvo Pärt...