Susana Sardo

Susana Sardo
University of Aveiro | UA · Institute of Ethnomusicology - Research Center on Music and Dance

Doctor in Ethnomusicology

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27 Citations
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Additional affiliations
September 2007 - January 2016
University of Aveiro
Position
  • Head of the Aveiro Branch of INET-md

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Publications (17)
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O presente artigo pretende contribuir para a memória do rock na região de Aveiro em Portugal através dos testemunhos de músicos que integraram conjuntos de rock cuja atividade decorreu entre os finais da década de 1950 e 1990. Interessa-nos a dinâmica gerada na região pela recepção do rock internacional que conduziu à criação dos conjuntos de rock...
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No âmbito desta mesa-redonda, apresentei o tema "Classificação em arquivos sonoros (também no espaço digital)"
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En los últimos años, un grupo de investigadores de la sede de la Universidade de Aveiro del Instituto de Etnomusicologia —Centro de Estudos em Música e Dança (INET-md/UA)— se ha involucrado en una serie de actividades colaborativas de carácter etnográfico con grupos socialmente vulnerables. El pasaje de prácticas de investigación centradas en la id...
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In the last few years, a group of researchers of the branch of the University of Aveiro of the Instituto de Etnomusicologia-Centro de Estudos em Música e Dança (INET-md/UA)-has been involved in ethnographic collaborative activities with vulnerable social groups. The shifting from research practices centred in the identification, analysis and explan...
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This anthology concerns traditional music and archives, and discusses their relationship as seen from historical and epistemological perspectives. Music recordings on wax cylinders, 78 records or magnetic tape, made in the first half of the 20th century, are regarded today as valuable sources for understanding musical processes in their social dime...
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According to Greek mythology, Sisyphus (Σίσυφος) was the founder and the first king of Ephyra, now known as Corinth. Multiple stories describe Sisyphus as a trickster and a swindler who, on different occasions, defied the power of the Gods by acting according to his own rules and personal interests. As a result, Zeus punished Sisyphus: he had to cl...
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In October 2013, the performance practice of Kola San Jon (KSJ) – of Cape Verdian origin – was included in the Portuguese National Inventory of Immaterial Cultural. The initiative to legally protect KSJ belongs to the Associação Cultural Moinho da Juventude (ACMJ) in partnership with two research centres, INET-MD/UA and GESTUAL/CIAUD/UTL. It’s impo...
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In October 2013 the Portuguese Official Gazette published the registration of the performative practice Festa de Kola San Jon, of Cape Verdian origin, in the National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage (PCI). The inclusion of performative practices in the national list of intangible heritage refers, usually, to expressive behaviours associat...
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This paper addresses the Frederico de Freitas's music for the Portuguese film A Severa (1931), departing from two analytical standpoints: the relevance of the music as a narrative of portugality, and the composer's role in the construction of a repertoire that has survived the film itself. Freitas's options regarding the combination of music, image...

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LOCUS is a multidisciplinary project with the goal of co-design, develop and evaluate an IoT system and understand its potential to support playful intergenerational engagement in creating and exploring cultural contents and learning about Cultural Heritage of rural territories from the Centre Region of Portugal, namely Amiais Village, in Sever do Vouga. By implementing a playful and immersive Cultural Heritage Tourism approach to foster Amiais' cultural and socioeconomic development, LOCUS will allow visitors to have immersive gamified experiences, by using a wearable device (bracelet) and their smartphones to interact with augmented everyday things around the village and to collaboratively learn about Amiais' culture and produce and share multimedia georeferenced contents. LOCUS is co-funded by FCT - Foundation for Science and Technology, through national funds, and by the European Regional Development Fund, framed in the Operational Programme for Competitiveness and Internationalisation - COMPETE 2020, under the new partnership agreement PT2020.
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O projeto SOMA tem por base a construção de um espaço físico e digital de memória dedicado à música e ao som na região de Aveiro que sirva simultaneamente objetivos de inovação, de transformação social, de criação de produtos turísticos e de produção académica. Alinhado com as mais recentes políticas da UNESCO, que incluem a herança sonora como Património Imaterial da Humanidade, o projeto SOMA pretende ser um laboratório vivo construído coletivamente e de forma partilhada pela comunidade em conjunto com os investigadores, colocando a investigação e o desenvolvimento ao serviço dos cidadãos.
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