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Administrando a festa: música e iluminismo no Brasil colonial; Administrando a festa: música e iluminismo no Brasil colonial

Machado Neto, Diosnio
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 05/03/2008 PT
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A tese fundamenta-se na idéia da natureza idiossincrática do espírito iluminista e sua relação com as transformações no sentido da música, tanto nas estruturas de linguagem como nos processos de sua recepção, no século XVIII. No Brasil, o processo se intensificou, já que a intensa movimentação social velava um intrincado campo de conflito que não consubstanciava sentidos unívocos de entendimento do Iluminismo, nem mesmo em relação aos estímulos que vinham de Portugal. O objetivo é demonstrar como o Iluminismo atuava no campo estético, retroagindo com distintas configurações na disputa de poder entre as esferas públicas (Igreja e Estado) e suas relações com espetáculo do poder para operacionalizar a afirmação de estruturas ideológicas. A metodologia usada responde justamente à sutileza das manifestações iluministas na fruição poética e estética da música colonial e como dela se valiam dessas idéias de reforma da sociedade. Dessa forma, tratamos de estabelecer nosso estudo através da História Administrativa do Brasil como fenômeno decorrente de uma História das Idéias. Como resultado, observamos que no sistema imperial português, no início do século XVIII a administração da música se restringia a processos de negociação no espaço privado do Padroado. Já no sistema administrativo do Despotismo Esclarecido...

A modinha e o lundu: dois clássicos nos trópicos; A modinha e o lundu: dois clássicos nos trópicos

Lima, Edilson Vicente de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 28/04/2010 PT
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A tese por nós defendida no texto que se segue tem como objetivo o estudo de dois importantes gêneros musicais, a modinha e o lundu, cujos processos de elaboração iniciam-se a partir da segunda metade do século XVIII no seio da sociedade luso-brasileira. Com o intuito de possibilitar uma reflexão mais abrangente do assunto, muito caro à historiografia musical em língua lusófona, são levados em consideração aqui, aspectos históricos, estilísticos e identitários. A fim de abordarmos de modo adequado a complexidade de nosso objeto de estudo, calcamos nossa metodologia, sobretudo, no estudo da história, articulado à musicologia histórica, à musicologia sistemática e à etnomusicologia. Partindo do reconhecimento de que os gêneros em questão, objeto de nosso estudo, estão ligados às transformações ocorridas no mundo luso-brasileiro e na transformação das concepções estéticas internacionais, procuramos identificá-los com o que acabou por denominar-se estética do sentimento ou sentimentalismo e com o estilo clássico que se desenvolveu na Europa durante o século XVIII, tanto na poesia quanto na música, e que paulatinamente forjaram outras formas de produção e recepção, identificadas com um novo modo de sociabilidade burguesa que dominará o século das luzes. Por outro lado...

Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo na historiografia musical brasileira: história, ideologia e sociabilidade; Luiz Heitor Correa de Azevedo in Brazilian Musical Historiography: History, ideology and socialization.

Cavalcanti, Jairo José Botelho
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 11/04/2011 PT
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Esta tese se constitui numa reflexão sobre Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo, embasada na historiografia musical Brasileira. Ela está elaborada em base aberta de investigação, com recortes na historiografia cultural. Discutimos as escolhas do musicólogo, norteadas entre valores contemporâneos e tradicionais da sua época. Apoiamo-nos em parâmetros da história, ideologia e sociabilidade dos períodos vivenciados por Luiz Heitor, discorremos sobre a sua postura ideológica, a rede social a que pertencia e as suas contribuições para a música brasileira e mundial com apoios na história cultural do passado e do presente, nos documentos históricos levantados nos acervos disponíveis no Brasil, nas entrevistas e depoimentos de músicos e pesquisadores próximos ao musicólogo e na sua produção intelectual.; This thesis is a reflection on Luiz Heitor Correa de Azevedo, based on brazilian musical historiography. It is developed in an open base for research, with cuts in cultural history. We discuss the choices of the musicologist, guided between contemporary and traditional values of his time. We support ourselves in the parameters of history, ideology and sociability periods experienced by Luiz Heitor, we discuss his ideology, the social network to which he belonged...

Música, educação e sociedade : uma história de jovens instrumentistas em Campinas (SP); Music, education and society : a story of young instrumentalists in Campinas (SP)

Fernando Costa Cordovio
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/11/2013 PT
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O presente trabalho versa sobre sentidos e significados relativos aos processos educativos experenciados por jovens músicos instrumentistas na trajetória do Instituto Anelo, na cidade de Campinas, São Paulo. Articula as possibilidades da perspectiva da música instrumental como construção contra hegemônica e as relações com o campo da Educação Não Formal. A metodologia utilizada na pesquisa foi a História Oral. Fundamentou-se nas narrativas de quatorze jovens que participaram em diferentes momentos do projeto aqui estudado. Buscou-se a compreensão daqueles significados a partir das narrativas (co)construídas com os colaboradores durante a pesquisa. As conclusões apontam para uma multiplicidade de sentidos relacionados tanto ao gênero música instrumental, quanto aquele campo educativo. Destacam-se: a constante atuação dos jovens pela garantia de acesso a bens culturais e simbólicos; o sentido de uma construção coletiva, bem como as contradições presentes nos significados expressos por eles em seu intento de combate à exclusão social imposta pela hegemonia neoliberal e a existência e circunscrição das ONGs como parte dessa ideologia.; The present work deals with meanings related to educational processes experiment by young musicians instrumentalists in the trajectory of Anelo Institute in Campinas city...

Exploring digital music online : user acceptance and adoption of online music services

Martins, Carolina Iglésias
Fonte: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão Publicador: Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em //2013 ENG
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Mestrado em Ciências Empresariais; Online digital music has changed dramatically since the emergence of Napster (in 1999), as a file-sharing system, and the establishment of electronic commerce. The transformation of the music industry value chain enabled Online Music Services (OMS) to serve as reintermediaries in the way the music product is delivered to consumers. However, a need to understand OMS user-end behavior has been recognized and suggested by academic authors. To explore this aspect, we extended the UTAUT2 framework (an IT/IS User Acceptance Model) to study OMS through individual Behavioral Intention and Use. UTAUT2 model was applied with the main purposes of validating its applicability in this environment, and identifying additional determinants in OMS acceptance and adoption. A quantitative approach was undertaken and data was collected from a sample of 329 individuals. Partial Least Squares (PLS) path modeling was proposed to assess the relationships within our model. With our findings, we verified the suitability of UTAUT2 constructs on an OMS background, as well as the significance of Ideology of Consumer Rights and File-Sharing Expertise in the formation of Behavioral Intention and Use, respectively. Moreover, File-Sharing Judgment revealed to have a statistically non-significant impact on Behavioral Intention. Several theoretical and practical implications are provided in order to enhance the comprehension of consumer behavior for OMS providers.; A música digital online sofreu alterações profundas desde o aparecimento do Napster (em 1999)...

Aesthetics of the music of Afro-Americans: a critical analysis of the writings of selected black scholars with implications for black music studies and for music education.

Burgett, Paul Joseph (1946 - )
Fonte: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester Publicador: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
ENG
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x, 320 l. 29 cm.
Reproduced from typescript.
Vita.
Bibliography: leaves 316-320.; The focus of this study is on two central issues: 1. significant aesthetic theories developed by Black scholars which treat the music of Black Americans 2. the implications which these theories suggest for the development of curricula at all educational levels which treat the music of Black Americans The aesthetic theories selected for analysis are those which have been developed by Alain Locke and Imamu Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones). The analytical method which is used in treating the theories of these men is that described by Eliseo Vivas and Murray Krieger as the five problems of aesthetics. These are: the creative act, the aesthetic object, aesthetic expression, aesthetic judgment, and the function of art.
Chapter II treats the life, ideology, and aesthetic theories of Alain Locke. A political moderate, Locke subscribed to a philosophy of cultural pluralism and he was devoted to the American democratic system. He believed that a philosophy of cultural pluralism and its concomitant, cultural reciprocity, was the most congenial atmosphere to encourage the development of a Black musical tradition.
Chapter III treats the life...

Asian Interfaith Dialogue : Perspectives on Religion, Education and Social Cohesion

Alatas, Syed Farid; Ghee, Lim Teck; Kuroda, Kazuhide
Fonte: Singapore: Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs and the World Bank Publicador: Singapore: Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs and the World Bank
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The events of the last few years have directed even more attention to the relationships among religion, education and social cohesion in the context of development in Asia. There is, therefore, a need to consider the combined role of religion and education in fostering a more holistic form of development without concurrently fanning flames of ethnic, religious and other kinds of conflicts. This book discusses the relationship between religion, the role of education in generating social capital and its impact on the development of society. It draws on papers presented at an interfaith workshop co-hosted by the World Bank and the Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs (RIMA). The dialogue took place in Singapore on 27-28 October 2001, with the participation of some 50 experts from Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. The book describes the rich group of partners associated with this dialogue, their call to move beyond the discourse of dialogue and the imperative to start practicing it. It conveys an effort to learn from both sides. It lays out the debates of scholars who see education as a major instrument for fostering knowledge and skills -- with the purpose of improving knowledge sharing...

When worlds collide : music and ideology in France, 1946-1954 / by Mark Stephen Carroll

Carroll, Mark Stephen
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 154040 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em //2000 EN
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This study places the radicalisation of art music in early post-War France in its broader socio-cultural and political context.; Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Performing Arts, 2000; Bibliography: leaves 274-303.; vi, 303 leaves ; 30 cm.; Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library.

Music and ideology in Cold War Europe

Carroll, M.
Fonte: Cambridge University Press; The Edinburgh Bldg, Cambridge CB2 2RU, UK Publicador: Cambridge University Press; The Edinburgh Bldg, Cambridge CB2 2RU, UK
Tipo: Livro
Publicado em //2003 EN
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Introduction: issues and perspectives -- 1. Back to the future: Nabokov’s selection criteria for L’Oeuvre du XXe siècle -- 2. Nabokov, Shostakovich and the view from the bridge -- 3. Articles of war: the Prague Manifesto and the Progressistes -- 4. Creative freedom or political obligation? Serialism and Stalinism in France -- 5. Culture and confrontation at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées -- 6. Neither you nor they: the avant-garde and neutralité -- 7. Music and Sartrean commitment -- 8. René Leibowitz and the musician’s conscience -- 9. A forlorn hope: Sartre’s ’virtual’ audience -- 10. Serialism, scientism and the post-war world view -- Epilogue: the aftermath of L’Oeuvre du XXe siècle -- App.: the musical programme for L’Oeuvre du XXe siècle.

Music and ideology

Fonte: Ashgate Publishing Limited; United Kingdom Publicador: Ashgate Publishing Limited; United Kingdom
Tipo: Book (edited)
Publicado em //2012 EN
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"Gathers together essays and book chapters dealing with the ways in which musicians and their music have been pressed into the service of political, nationalist and racial ideologies. Arranged chronologically according to their subject matter, this volume intends to contribute to our understanding of the use and abuse of music for ideological ends." -- Blackwell’s website.; edited by Mark Carroll

Revisiting Copland???s Mexico [abstract only]

Saavedra, Leonora
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Aaron Copland???s love for Mexico, epitomized by his orchestral piece Salon Mexico, is well known. Salon Mexico bears the name of a dancing club that Copland visited and in which he was able to grasp a moment in the life of the average Mexican. His composition is full of Mexican folk tunes that speak of Copland???s enchantment with the country, the people and the popular music. Copland, however, was also exposed to and equally marked by Mexico???s ebullient art music scene. Indeed Copland???s assimilation of the Mexican folkloric was mediated by the work that Mexican composers were doing as they aimed to construct musical signifiers of the post-revolutionary Mexican. Unlike his visits to other Latin American countries, prompted by the American good neighbor policy during the Cold War, Copland visited Mexico in a decade where he, his Mexican counterparts, and Mexico???s cultural and educational institutions toyed with the idea of socialism and of an art for the people. This paper will look at Copland???s activities in Mexico, the concerts he attended, and the music he might have known. It will examine the reception of the many compositions by Copland that were performed, even premiered, in Mexico City, and the response???as Copland may have experienced it??? that audiences gave Mexican compositions intended to represent the Mexican people. Finally...

Chalga To The Max! Musical Speech And Speech About Music On The Road Between Bulgaria And Modern Europe

Livni, Eran
Fonte: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University Publicador: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University
Tipo: Doctoral Dissertation
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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Indiana University, Communication and Culture, 2014; This dissertation explores a discourse of democratic modernity in EU-member Bulgaria, which revolves around a hybrid popular music called chalga. I argue that chalga does not function as the name of a defined music genre. Rather, Bulgarians use it as a self-reflexive voice of ambivalence regarding the recontextualziation in liberal democracy of the socialist language ideology of evolutionary modernization: navaksvane--catching up--with Europe. On one hand, chalga indexes musical images that resonate with the current zeitgeist of modern European culture: aesthetical and social heterogeneity as well as commercial mass media. On the other hand, Bulgarians take this Ottoman-derived word as a non-referential index that invokes anxieties of Balkanism--a discursive trope of European modernity that has invented the Balkans as its liminal incomplete Self. As the ethnographic chapters of the dissertation show, Bulgarians deal with their ambivalence to chalga by seeking paternalist figures capable of imposing the language regimes of navaksvane when performers and audiences digress too much into coded zones of Balkan liminality. Regimenting modern popular music with top-down control points also to the political communication implicit in chalga. Cognizant of their inferior location vis-à-vis "real modern societies...

From ideology into sound: Frederic Rzewski's "North American Ballads" and other piano music from the 1970s

Zuraw, Michael
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 179 p.; application/pdf
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Frederic Rzewski's contribution to twentieth century piano literature is deep and varied. Works such as the North American Ballads and the Variations on The People United Will Never Be Defeated represent some of the greatest technical accomplishments in all of piano literature. The composer borrows from the music of different nations and, through a pastiche of styles, tries to communicate many personal ideological beliefs. This document sets these cultural references and ideological values into context, primarily focusing on the North American Ballads of 1979. Other important works, such as the Variations on No Place to Go But Around, Les Moutons de Panurge, Coming Together, and Attica will also be discussed as predecessors to the composer's mature style that developed in the 1970s. Thorough discussion of Rzewski's source materials is featured, as well as a complete motivic analysis of the Ballads . The author has also included a list of the composer's solo piano music and a discography of the piano works discussed in the body of the paper.

Contemporary music in Czechoslovakia since 1945: An analysis of piano sonatas by Jiri Gemrot composed during and after the Communist regime

Frankova, Jitka
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 216 p.; application/pdf
ENG
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The Communist Party dominated the country of Czechoslovakia throughout most of the second half of the twentieth century. In addition to maintaining tight political control of the country to prevent the emergence of any threats to its power, the Communist government also exercised significant power over the society's cultural organs and influenced their output to favor works that it felt supported its revolutionary ideology. The power of the Party was not constant, but went through two oscillations of relative strength and weakness, which affected the extent to which it was able to impose its will on the country. In the music world, in periods when the regime was weak, non-orthodox musical ideas found their way into Czechoslovak society through various conduits. When the regime was strong, these routes seemed to close, the people and organizations that opened them were marginalized, and the penetration of these new ideas diminished. This study examines the effect that the policies of the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia had on music composition, through analyses of two piano sonatas by a living Czech composer, Jiri Gemrot. These sonatas were written in different times, one during the end of the Communist period, the other several years afterwards...

Schottisches and scars: Finding the unity in music during the division of the Civil War

Wharton, Kendra Ann
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: application/pdf
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In this paper, I explore the role of social dance music, particularly the schottische, during the Civil War to address the issue of musical unity during cultural division. My research focused on a set of sixteen schottisches from Duke University's Historical American Sheet Music Project. I analyzed these pieces searching for the rhythmic, melodic, harmonic, and structural conventions associated with the schottische. What I found is that the conventions attached to the dance form hold true, regardless of the location of the publisher or the political ideology of the composer.

Australian opera, 1842-1970 : a history of Australian opera with descriptive catalogues.

Wood, Elizabeth
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //1979
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Australian Opera, 1842-1970 is a repertory study with a dual aim: first, to document the extent of the achievement of Australian composers for the theatre: second, to examine and interpret the measure of that achievement. The first Volume is a narrative history and interpretation of the overall artistic characteristics of the sources. It relates these to their larger inherited Western musical culture, then focusses on the connections between music and drama in a distinctive 'Australian' ideology. The second Volume documents and describes the sources on which the history is based. The work lists chronologically a number of operas, operettas, the various forms of comic musical theatre, such as pantomime, burlesque, and extravaganza, forms of lyric and classical drama, dramatic cantata, and the incidental music written for plays and melodramas since early colonial days. Details are given of performances, history, musical and dramatic features, with contemporary references, to comprise a bibliography of sources, many of which have not been previously examined. The narrative history shows, first, the patterns in the imported repertory from the earliest records of Australian colonial theatres to the coming of commercial and touring opera companies in the 19th century which gradually consolidated a standard repertory modelled on the Anglo-European theatre. Supporting Documentation gives data on theatres...

Marginal/minority popular music : the concept of the "third space" and the case for "hybridities" of cultures/identities /

Chetty, Hema.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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The topic of this thesis is marginaVminority popular music and the question of identity; the term "marginaVminority" specifically refers to members of racial and cultural minorities who are socially and politically marginalized. The thesis argument is that popular music produced by members of cultural and racial minorities establishes cultural identity and resists racist discourse. Three marginaVminority popular music artists and their songs have been chosen for analysis in support of the argument: Gil Scott-Heron's "Gun," Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" and Robbie Robertson's "Sacrifice." The thesis will draw from two fields of study; popular music and postcolonialism. Within the area of popular music, Theodor Adorno's "Standardization" theory is the focus. Within the area of postcolonialism, this thesis concentrates on two specific topics; 1) Stuart Hall's and Homi Bhabha's overlapping perspectives that identity is a process of cultural signification, and 2) Homi Bhabha's concept of the "Third Space." For Bhabha (1995a), the Third Space defines cultures in the moment of their use, at the moment of their exchange. The idea of identities arising out of cultural struggle suggests that identity is a process as opposed to a fixed center...

Estamos ai : um estudo sobre as influencias do Jazz na Bossa-nova; Estamos ai : a stufy of Jazz influence in Bossa-nova music

Fabio Saito dos Santos
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 25/08/2006 PT
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Composta de parte da produção musical de setores da classe média carioca da década de 1950, a Bossa Nova surgiu num momento de profundas transformações nas estruturas sociais do país. Associada à ascensão das camadas médias urbanas, à transformações técnicas na indústria fonográfica, dentre outros processos, aquela música foi foco de intensa discussão nos meios de comunicação e posteriormente no meio acadêmico. O principal debate tratou da autenticidade daquela música, orientado por noções como de identidade, nação, libertação e identidade nacional construídas anteriormente na história do Brasil, chamadas de nacional-popular. Ocorreu que enquanto setores mais conservadores afirmavam que ela tomava emprestado procedimentos do Jazz, advindos do intenso influxo da cultura norte-americana, outros defendiam que ela se apresentava como uma alternativa moderna e brasileira à pr.ogramação predominantemente estrangeira das rádios. Enfocando esse debate da influência do Jazz, foram realizadas resenhas de cinco autores que escreveram nos primeiros anos do fenômeno bossanovista - Brasil Rocha Brito, Júlio Medaglia, Ramalho Neto, Aloysio de Oliveira e José Ramos Tinhorão. A partir do confronto entre a análise musical e auditiva dos aspectos da melodia...

Rubber Souls: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination

Hamilton, John C.
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation explores the interplay of popular music and racial thought in the 1960s, and asks how, when, and why rock and roll music "became white." By Jimi Hendrix's death in 1970 the idea of a black man playing electric lead guitar was considered literally remarkable in ways it had not been for Chuck Berry only ten years earlier: employing an interdisciplinary combination of archival research, musical analysis, and critical race theory, this project explains how this happened, and in doing so tells two stories simultaneously. The first is of audience and discourse, and the processes through which a music born of interracialism came to understand whiteness as its most basic stakes of authenticity. This is a story of the deeply ideological underpinnings of genre formation, and the ways that the visual imagination of race is strangely and powerfully elided with the audible imagination of sound. The second story is of music's own resistance to such elisions, and examines a transatlantic community of artists including Bob Dylan, Sam Cooke, the Beatles, Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and others to fashion an interracial counter-history of Sixties music, one that rejects hermetic ideals of racial authenticity while revealing the pernicious effects of these ideologies on musical discourse. Ultimately...

Payador, Pampa e Guitarra: tempo, espaço e ecos de uma cultura; Payador, Pampa and Guitar: time space and echoes of a culture.

Abott, Milena de Oliveira
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Centro de Letras e Comunicação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras; UFPel; Brasil Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Centro de Letras e Comunicação; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Letras; UFPel; Brasil
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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The present paper aims at discussing the poetical-musical production in Rio Grande do Sul based on the intertexuality and interdisciplinarity perspectives in the nine compositions that are part of the LP (Long Play) Payador, Pampa and Guitar, by Noel Guarany and Jayme Caetano Braun. Among the productions presented on the LP it is found songs, payadas and poems. The thematic of the record proposes the cultural/ideological unit between Brazilian gaúchos and Uruguayan and Argentinian gauchos. In this context of crossing frontiers it is possible to realize that its content surpasses the limits related to local and regional colour. Also, this is a work that arises in a cultural moment in which there were few publication of poem books, and the poets found in music and songs, a space of prestige in society for their publications. Such phenomenon did not occur in Rio Grande do Sul only, but all over Brazil and Latin America. In the Brazilian literature there is a tradition with the orality and, the oral genres have an important role in Rio Grande do Sul’s regional scenery. In addition, Payador, Pampa and Guitar integrates the scenery that highlights the existence of the regional musical style, with the production of songs more dedicated to the reflexion on the cultural formation of the gaúcho and platino people.; Sem bolsa; A presente pesquisa discute sobre a produção poético-musical do Rio Grande do Sul a partir das perspectivas de intertextualidade e interdisciplinaridade presentes nas nove composições que integram o LP (Long Play – disco de vinil) Payador...