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The process of forming spiritual and moral qualities in students during the teaching of music culture classes in general secondary education schools, and the pedagogical foundations of forming a sense of patriotism in students through folk songs were discussed. The goal of folk song education is to bring up the young generation to the level of a cu...
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In this essay, I argue that Haitian-American writer Edwidge Danticat, in short stories from her most recent collection, Everything Inside (2019), challenges toxic forms of representation by attending to the imaginative potential of Haitian migrant experience within moments of collective trauma. This challenge, I suggest, is based on bigidi, a Creol...
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Is it possible or desirable at all to establish a museum for music? The question was first posed by Franz Liszt in the 19th century. This essay will not only present the background and context of the question, but also the contradictory conclusions that emerge from the idea of the musealisation of music, and which still linger in 20th-and 21st-cent...
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Music, as sung and listened to, has been described in many a tale as powerful and transformative. Yet, the important question is not so much if that claim is true or whether it may be verified, but what kind of power and transformation are alluded to in those mythical and literary sources? Taking these symbolic claims and elaborating on their possi...
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The musical aesthetics today goes through a questioning of Adorno and the musical Avant-garde. Its objective is to level mass music with other artistic productions, claiming that pop is the most democratic form. The controversy between Adorno and Benjamin is the theoretical foundation, a falsification that overrides the entire force of their compla...
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The introduction of the internet revolutionised how people access music and changed how music teachers access resources, increasing ease of access to education resources from diverse cultures. This poses a potential risk of loss, or reduction, of local cultural expression in younger generations. This paper presents research addressing the question:...
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Musical intonation is a complex phenomenon. It can be broadly divided into three distinct parts: a psychoacoustic stretched tuning, a context-bound distinction of harmonic and melodic intonation, and an affective characteristic intonation. The stretched tuning, which has been verified in psychoacoustic listening experiments, where the notes above t...
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The development of society has higher and higher requirements on the quality of talents, and the demand for talents with comprehensive literacy continues to rise. Using music education as a means to continuously improve the music aesthetic quality of the new generation of young people and establish music aesthetic concepts is an important entry poi...
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Zikir songs of Assam are the Assamese Islamic devotional songs composed by the Sufi figure Shah Miran, alias, Azan Peer Fakir, who came to Assam from Baghdad in 17th century. Assamese scholars categorize zikir under the folk Bhakti or Sufi genre. According to Syed Abdul Malik, a pioneer writer on the subject, the word zikir is said to have been der...
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Resumo O presente artigo versa sobre as musicovivências do reggae, enquanto estética musical que emerge das condições impostas pelos processos de colonização, racialização e subalternização na Jamaica. Busco discutir as relações estabelecidas entre os elementos de formação do estilo musical jamaicano e sua constituição como expressão do processo de...
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En este artículo se pretende poner de relieve la figura del compositor Facundo de la Viña, reconocido como gran sinfonista, como así lo avala la crítica, los premios recibidos y los diferentes cargos desempeñados a lo largo de su vida durante la II República y el primer franquismo. Paradójicamente, tan valorado y reconocido ha sido en vida, como de...
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Ludwig van Beethoven es un personaje habitual en la juvenilia de Federico García Lorca (1915-1920). En realidad, durante este periodo, Lorca fue más reconocido como músico que como poeta, debido a su formación de pianista desde una estética romántica. En consecuencia, García Lorca se convierte en una fuente de gran interés para conocer la recepción...
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Tradicionalmente, la tarea de pensar la música correspondía a la filosofía de la música, campo que recoge una tradición de siglos reflexión de segundo nivel sobre lo musical. Desde allí se prefiguraron ideas, valores y categorías que resultaron decisivos para el avance, no solo del corpus teórico (del cual derivaron campos especializados como la mu...
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The high-quality development of ideological and political education in colleges and universities in the new era should focus on innovation, adherence to the concept of systematic thinking, multiparty collaborative education, accurate positioning, and promoting educational equity. On the basis of theoretical research and practical analysis, this pap...
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The study aims to overcome the shortcomings of the traditional music teaching system, for it cannot analyze the emotions of music works and does not have the advantages in music aesthetic teaching. First, the relevant theories of emotional teaching are expounded and the important roles of emotional teaching and aesthetic teaching in shaping student...
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Upon the release of Frank Ocean’s 2016 album, Blonde, its minimalist yet textured musical aesthetic saw critics compare the album to works by rock auteurs such as Brian Wilson and Brian Eno. However, Blonde, while not necessarily a hip-hop album, makes extensive reference to hip-hop in both its musical and lyrical content as well as its extra-music...
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Artificial intelligence has been a research highlight in recent years. Therefore, quantitative analysis about human perception has been of great concern, for instance, affective computing based on music or picture materials. As music is one of the main art forms of auditory aesthetics, its quantitative studies related to aesthetic perception show g...
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In the paper the art integration is considered as a necessary condition offormation of musical aesthetic value.
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During the seventeenth and eighteenth century, the variability of timbre of music instruments in terms of a 'tone colour' was essential to enhance the emotional involvement of the audience, the naturalness of expression and the language-likeness of instrumental sounds. An expression of multi-sensory content by 'painting with music' was popular. Tim...
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As an important part of aesthetic education, music is the artistic expression of human emotions. It has a crucial impact on the cultivation of individual music perception ability, music aesthetic ability, music creation ability, etc. The degree of influence of emotions and values in music runs through the individual. This study introduces a method...
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Music education should pay attention to popular music that exists in students’ real life and deeply affects them. Moreover, it needs to be combined with “popular classical music” to make them happily learn popular music, appreciate popular music artistically, and feel popular music aesthetically. This study combines the audio frame feature recognit...
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Over the seventeenth century, scholars working for courtly patrons extensively produced new treatises on the theory and practice of music in Sanskrit, Persian, and vernacular languages. This arena of musicology grew through to the eighteenth century, when Bengali vaiṣṇava poets and lyricists began curating extensive song anthologies and expounding...
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La estética sonora de filmes vinculados a la Segunda Guerra Mundial, han recurrido a múltiples atmósferas sonoras de los periodos barroco, clásico y del romanticismo decimonónico de compositores como Frédéric Chopin y Franz Liszt. Sin embargo, la obra de “La lista de Schindler” hace uso de una serie de recursos musicales vinculados a la dialéctica...
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On 2 October 2021 we celebrate one year since the distinguished Hungarian aesthetician, philosopher, musicologist and professor Ștefan Angi from Cluj-Napoca passed away, an opportunity to meditate on this encyclopaedic researcher’s outstanding scientific work. If we go through the studies published in specialised journals ( Lucrări de muzicologie [...
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With the implementation of the strategic policy of rejuvenating the country through science and education, many innovative and practical teaching concepts and teaching models have been comprehensively developed. This breaks the backward teaching mode of traditional teaching activities. With the development of science and technology and Internet tec...
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Carlos CAIRES Escola Superior de Musica de Lisboa CESEM - Centro de Estudos de Sociologia e Estética Musical IMMERSUS presentation | 19/20 Feb 16h00@ LisboaIncomun http://www.festival-dme.org/2022/01/festival-imersivo-2022.html Immersus, or “YAFS” (yet another free spatialiser), is a MAXMSP patch initially designed for the ESML 16-channel dome (i...
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The development of society requires higher and higher quality of talents, and the demand for comprehensive literacy talents keeps rising. And using music aesthetic education as a means to continuously improve the music aesthetic quality of a new generation of young people and establish the concept of music aesthetics is an important entry point to...
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1:1 CONCERTS is a performance initiative where a listener and a musician share a 10-minute, non-verbal musical encounter in a non-traditional performance space. The authors conducted a survey and focus groups with musicians, listeners and ‘hosts’ (facilitators) of 1:1 CONCERTS in Australia, seeking perspectives on their experiences of the Concerts...
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In the scientific monograph The Development of Music and Aesthetic Thoughts in Slovakia in the 20th Century (2013), the author maps the development of Slovak musical aesthetics and aesthetic thinking in the course of the events of the rich 20th century; examines the relationship between general aesthetics and music, with an emphasis on the results...
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For the first time in Ukrainian musicology, an attempt was made at a creative portrait of the composer Maryna Denysenko-Sapmaz, the main stages of formation of her creative personality were outlined, a panoramic review of significant works in her creative biography was offered. Analytical observations allowed generalizations about the orientations...
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Nowadays, with the continuous development of the times, multimedia technology(MT) is rapidly infiltrating people's lives, and people are paying more and more attention to multimedia teaching, which has been well applied in vocal music(VM) teaching. Since VM is a highly practical and relatively abstract subject, it is necessary to organically combin...
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Visual teaching is a teaching method or teaching tool that presents a clearer and more intuitive image of music works to students. Drawing on the theory of brainstorming, this paper explores the application of brainstorming, a brain stimulation method, in visual teaching of music. The main results are as follows: visual music teaching mainly improv...
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This study explored the behavioral and neural correlates of mindfulness meditation improvement in musical aesthetic emotion processing (MAEP) in young adults, using the revised across-modal priming paradigm. Sixty-two participants were selected from 652 college students who assessed their mindfulness traits using the Mindful Attention Awareness Sca...
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The terminology of music semiology, which is an academic discipline with a significant educational resonance and a necessary component of music and educational practice at its higher educational and qualification levels, lies at the intersection of the main aspects of musicology such as the history of music, the theory and analysis of musical forms...
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This dissertation focuses on researching the issues of representation of post-migrant women musician within and outside their minority communities, addressing at the same time the intersection of ethnic, gendered and social aspect of their identities. In the empiric part of the work, besides analysing the research subjects, which include musicians,...
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This article considers the position of music in UK General Elections. It begins by looking at mainstream Party Election Broadcasts, and then discusses the fragmentation of this electoral and musical landscape through the technological and communicative affordances of digital media. Considering campaigners as “produsers”, it examines how musical cam...
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Este artigo analisa a formação da Vanguarda Paulista Instrumental (VPI) como objeto de estudo central para refletir e investigar a articulação entre jazz brasileiro, música popular e composições instrumentais durante o último terço da ditadura civil-militar (1964 -1985). No final dos anos 1970 e início dos 1980, o mercado musical brasileiro passou...
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Introduction Immunity is closely related to health. When the body's immunity is strong, it is healthy. On the contrary, various diseases appear. Sports dance is an entertainment and fitness sports project that integrates sports, music, aesthetics, and dance, the body movement dance as the necessary content and two-person or collective exercises as...
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This Companion presents a new understanding of the relationship between music and culture in and around the nineteenth century, and encourages readers to explore what Romanticism in music might mean today. Challenging the view that musical 'romanticism' is confined to a particular style or period, it reveals instead the multiple intersections betwe...
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The final article in this volume turns to a more conventionally understood expression of Antisemitism, the Holocaust. However, Galit Gertsenzon contributes a perspective often overlooked when people think about Jewish responses to persecution. In her article, Gertsenzon considers musical compositions by three composers from 1936 to 1944 in order to...
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The paper aims to understand how music mobilizes emotional states among the Sufis of the Hamdouchiya brotherhood in Morocco. I highlight the aesthetic aspects contained in Sufi ritual sessions, defined as a relational activity and its object in sensory intervention in the way people respond to the world, refers both to the sensitive qualities of th...
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Mindfulness meditation is a form of self-regulatory training for the mind and the body. The relationship between mindfulness meditation and musical aesthetic emotion processing (MAEP) remains unclear. This study aimed to explore the effect of temporary mindfulness meditation on MAEP while listening to Chinese classical folk instrumental musical wor...
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A persona do músico na pandemia: era digital e relação público artista nas redes sociais A produção musical no século XXI vem transformando a maneira dos músicos criarem e apresentarem suas obras. No início de 2020, com o advento da pandemia covid-19, e o distanciamento social decorrente, todo setor da cultura na área de apresentações ao vivo foi i...
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A cidade de São João del-Rei, localizada na zona da mata mineira, é palco de uma tradição sineira centenária, o que a fez ser conhecida como "a terra onde os sinos falam". Nesta cidade, os toques dos sinos possuem uma linguagem própria, compreendida por parte da população, linguagem esta que atendeu e ainda atende a necessidade de comunicação desta...
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The majority of research on music aesthetics treats music and lyrics as discrete entities, despite the artistic imperative that they should relate to one another in some way. This research computer analyzed both the music and lyrics of the songs to have reached the weekly UK top five singles chart from January 1999 to December 2013 ( N = 1,414). Th...
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Due to inherent paradoxy and limited sample size, fin-de-siècle English Catholic aesthetics are difficult to define, especially in the case of music. At the turn of the nineteenth century, English music and Catholic theology underwent a period of intense development and reconstruction, yet the intersection of theology and musical aesthetics in this...
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This book presents the recent positions, theories, and methods of artistic research in jazz, inviting readers to critically engage in and establish a sustained discourse regarding theoretical, methodological, and analytic perspectives. A panel of eleven international contributors presents an in-depth discourse on shared and specific approaches to...
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Abstrak: Pemahaman bacaan penting dalam proses belajar, terutama bagi mahasiswa. Musik low-fidelity (lo-fi) saat ini mulai dikenal untuk membantu proses belajar. Musik lo-fi merupakan musik rekaman estetika dengan perekaman ketidaksempurnaan teknis. Mayoritas penelitian menunjukkan terdapat pengaruh dari musik untuk meningkatkan atau menurunkan pem...
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What can North African music, as a system of embodied knowledge, tell us about the trans-Saharan movements of people and practices? What could it mean to listen to such a history of continuity and rupture? This essay details the existence of two bodies of Hausa songs still performed today in Algeria within the Dīwān of Sīdī Bilāl, a music and tranc...
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Pythagorean tuning, which derives all musical intervals of a Western chromatic scale from repeated application of a fifth and subsequent reduction (collapse) into a single octave, results in an octave interval slightly larger than 2:1, and the difference between a Pythagorean octave and a 2:1 octave is referred to as the Pythagorean comma. Empirica...
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This paper is the result of research on the relationship between music, dance, aesthetics and regionalism in Colombia. It is an approach to the case of the region of Antioquia, whose inhabitants are known colloquially as ‘paisas’. Here, I aim to answer questions about the way in which certain kinds of music, dance and celebration, models a regional...
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Poetic compositions and its performative realities through music are in tandem. Hence, poetic compositions especially in Africa are best performed in sine qua non with music. Olu Obafemi‟s Illuminations: Songs, Dances, from the Belly of Time exemplifies a collection of poems embedded with musical aesthetics. Therefore, this study reviews and ana...
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Originally from the Republic of Moldova, the composer Tudor Chiriac built his entire work of art on several key concepts such as ancestrality, identity, “music from notes” (a concept that belongs to him), ethos, modernity, tradition, etc., which we find both in his music and in his reflections, musical principles and beliefs assumed over time. Tudo...
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During the several coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic lockdowns, massive and unprecedented use of music as a medium for social communication emerged. Here, we propose a theoretical discussion about this specific social function of music. A centuries-old philosophical debate, as well as more recent neurocomputational models of neuroaesthet...
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Digital artificial composing is a new field of musical creation. Artificial composers do not mean to replace humans, but are new technological tools that support algorithm-based musical creation. However, many questions arise especially with respect to music creativity, music aesthetics and music education. The aim of the paper is to critically pre...
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Recording the Classical Guitar charts the evolution of classical guitar recording practice from the early twentieth century to the present day, encompassing the careers of many of the instrument’s most influential practitioners from the acoustic era to the advent of the CD. A key focus is on the ways in which guitarists’ recorded repertoire program...
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Drawing upon Rancière's argument that aesthetics instigates politics, Latour's rethinking of agency as relational, and Ortiz's work on Afro-Cuban music aesthetics, this article explores how the experience of aesthetic pleasure in Cuban timba grooves makes politics audible and affective in novel ways. Through a combination of ethnographic and musica...
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Empirical aesthetics has mainly focused on general and simple relations between stimulus features and aesthetic appreciation. Consequently, to explain why people differ so much in what they like and prefer continues to be a challenge for the field. One possible reason is that people differ in their aesthetic sensitivity, i.e., the extent to which t...
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The Russian composer Nikolai Karlovich Medtner (1880–1951) wrote fourteen piano sonatas which, in their entirety, show an astonishing variety of musical forms and dramaturgic conceptions. This body of works features compact single-movement sonatas of different types—some of which are embedded in cycles of piano miniatures—as well as large structure...
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Is it possible to talk of mental patterns underlying aesthetic reflections, and has the constant recurrence of particular ideas in the area of aesthetics some deeper explanation? Structural aesthetics of music is an authorial research conception which enables interpretation of phenomena from the area of history of music aesthetics, and in this way...
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In Mexico, in the first half of the 19th century, the aspiration to create a different music, independent of the one that had been cultivated in previous centuries, still fails to propose or implement a new musical aesthetic that erases the traces of the European, but rather, stagnates in a parenthesis with hardly any original creations of its own,...
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Frequentemente, os inflamados debates estético-musicais que estiveram em pauta na França da segunda metade do século XVIII e que deram origem ao episódio conhecido como Querela dos Bufões foram reduzidos a um curioso anedotário ou a uma guerra panfletária produzida tão somente pelos humores de seus aguerridos combatentes, os quais, postados sob os...
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This article illustrates how the aesthetics of two types of Cambodian music—pin peat and Cambodian hip hop—enact Cambodian–Buddhist ethics and function as ritual practices through musicians’ recollections of deceased teachers’ musical legacies. Noting how prevalent historicist and secular epistemologies isolate Cambodian and, more broadly, Southeas...
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This article discusses the delineation between physiology and music theory in Hermann von Helmholtz's On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music (1863). It takes the phenomenon of ‘false relations’ as a point of departure to question the methodology Helmholtz devised to study music and hearing. The key to understandi...
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The development of piano art has always accompanied the constant innovation of piano playing technology. During the period of playing the ancient piano and plucking the ancient piano, the piano works were mostly fresh and smooth, and the playing methods were mostly finger movements. From the late 18th century to the early 19th century, the modern s...
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Sexism in digital games has received a lot of attention in recent research. Most such studies are addressing the perception of sexist content in games and the attitude in gaming communities. This article analyses the digital game Behind Every Great One, which portraits benevolent sexism, i.e. sexism that may appear positive but that has a damaging...
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No presente artigo procuramos refletir e analisar as relações estabelecidas do ponto de vista da História Social da Música entre Cabo Verde e Brasil, para tanto, assumimos a morna como objeto de nosso estudo. De acordo com vários pesquisadores do gênero cancional cabo-verdiano discutido no texto, compositores como Francisco Xavier da Cruz, B.Léza (...
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O artigo trata da “Filosofia da Nova Música” de Theodor Adorno e tem como problema de investigação saber quais são os valores estéticos apresentados pelo autor para identificar Schoenberg como o representante do progresso musical. Como objetivos específicos para esse trabalho foram definidos: a identificação das principais características estéticas...
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In this study, I undertake a comparative analysis of New York, Puerto Rico and Cuba’s Latin music scenes, both prior to as well as after the Cuban Revolution. Three questions are addressed in particular: How did the musical relations between New York and Puerto Rico’s Latin music scenes develop? How did these two music scenes relate to Cuba’s music...
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This paper describes the ongoing process of developing RAW, a collaborative body-machine instrument that relies on 'sculpt-ing' the sonification of raw EMG signals. The instrument is built around two Myo armbands located on the forearms of the performer. These are used to investigate muscle contraction, which is again used as the basis for the soni...
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This article focuses on the one specific question about folk music quotations and allusions in the symphonic music of Latvian composers in the last third of the 20th century (from the 70s) and the early 21st century. Several Latvian composers (e. g. Romualds Kalsons, Pēteris Butāns, Pēteris Vasks, Pēteris Plakidis, Juris Karlsons) in their neo-roma...
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While most normal hearing listeners can distinguish between music genres, such as between pop, rock, and jazz, and most listeners experience certain associations, moods, and emotions when listening to music from (e.g., movie soundtracks), few can explain how and why. In musicology, listening is investigated first by defining how musical sounds are...
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Chinese piano works are closely related to folk music. In piano education, Chinese piano works should be analyzed from the perspective of ethnomusicology to guide the students to accurately understand and feel the characteristics and charm of national music culture. This paper probes into the unique national cultural characteristics, national music...
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Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil is often hailed as one of the great choral achievements of the twentieth century. Composed for the idiosyncratic and oft not done “all-night rite” of the Eastern Orthodox liturgy, the service—part of the canonical hours—consists of Vespers, Matins, and Prime, also known as “the First Hour.” A frequently enragin...
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This article presents a musicological and ecocritical close reading of the song “Brennisteinn” (“sulphur” or, literally, “burning rock”) by the acclaimed post-rock band Sigur Rós. The song—and its accompanying music video—features musical, lyrical, and audiovisual means of registering the turbulence of living in volcanic landscapes. My analysis of...
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Previous work on aesthetic experience suggests that aesthetic judgments are self-referential. The self-reference effect (SRE) is the tendency for individuals to show improved memory for items that are judged in relation to themselves. The current study sought to understand if the SRE exists for aesthetic judgments of music. Participants heard music...
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Background. One of the integrating, determining and identifying forces of the social progress of the entire human community is the custom and folklore tradition of the smallest sub-ethnic units / constituents individual nations and peoples, their verbal and ethno-cultural (including ethno-musical) sources, that, like rivers and brooks, fill the oce...
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This article refers to the main features of expression in the music language in the piano compositions of Brahms. From the broad and long works for piano from his youth, the sonatas – true “disguised symphonies”, the music language of the composer evolves during his maturity towards the complexity of variations for piano and piano concertos – desig...
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Smaller corpora and individual pieces are compared to a large corpus of 2,447 hymns using two measures of melodic angularity: mean interval size and pivot frequency. European art music and West African melodies may exhibit extreme angularity. We argue in the latter that angularity is motivated by linguistic features of tone-level languages. We also...
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Beyond the rhetoric and an intentional tribute to a retired teacher (professor), senior colleague and mentor, Claudius Olayemi Olaniyan, this essay reexamines how Yorùbá dùndún drummers across different generations utilize music resource materials for composition and performance. The article is premised on Cultural Dynamism and relies on data gener...
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Appréhender le rapport entre scènes musicales et publics pose la question du lieu où demande et offre artistique sont mises en présence. Ce chapitre examine comment les spécificités (architecturales, sociales, organisationnelles) des lieux où les artistes se montrent aux personnes présentes, dès lors constituées en « publics », cadrent le concert e...
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Guillermo Morphy, el Conde de Morphy (Madrid, 1836-Baden, 1899), crítico, musicólogo y compositor, fue secretario y consejero de Alfonso XII y, tras su muerte, de la reina regente María Cristina. Desempeñó un papel de enorme transcendencia en el panorama musical y cultural de la Restauración borbónica desde 1874 hasta 1899. Actuó como un «padre int...
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The monograph Current issues of 20th–21st-century musical aesthetics (2020) represents the first systematic comparison of Slovak musical aesthetics with its current forms in the world as an attempt to stratify different levels of thinking about music. Heuristically, this happens in the form of mediating selected topics, i.e. by focus. The four main...
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Introduction. Given article considers R. Schumann’s “Zwei Venetianische Lieder” / “Two Venetian Songs” (ор. 25, №17–18) on poems by T. Moore, in F. Freiligrath translation. Often the creation of the Venice ambience in art works was due to trips and impressions on this city. In 1829, R. Schumann, as a student of Heidelberg University, went on a trip...
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Under consideration are various facets of the creative work of Rostislav Genika, a comprehensively educated musician, universally gifted personality, one of the founders of the Kharkov piano school. The research is based on the study of critical reviews of R. Genika’s and his students’ concerts. Under analysis is the main genre of R. Genika as a co...
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Resumo: Discute-se as recomendações de Gioseffo Zarlino em Le istitutioni harmoniche acerca da utilização de intervalos aumentados e diminutos na composição contrapontística, tomando-se como referencial as definições de latinitas e licentia. Apresenta-se a forma que o autor estabelece a normativa gramático-musical relativa a esses intervalos, como...
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Resumo: Esta comunicação trata da temática das relações de gênero na música popular brasileira a partir da perspectiva etnomusicológica, investigando a participação das mulheres em grupos de música popular, especialmente no rock, samba, pagode e hip-hop. Através de relatos, observações e pesquisa em diferentes mídias, procuramos apontar para os div...
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O funk e o reggaeton são gêneros musicais híbridos, influenciados pela performatividade e estética do hip hop estadunidense, sendo hoje duas das maiores manifestações populares de jovens no Brasil e em diversos países latino-americanos dos últimos 30 anos. Considerando os contextos periféricos nos quais surgiram e se desenvolveram esses gêneros mus...
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Zeriab created impressiveness with music, and his school drew his aesthetics from the way he composed, spoke, dressed, and, as well as the ethics of life in general (Khaled, 2003). Perchance he was guided by his fine and creative sense, and by the quality of music he had made, thus making him the lovable human being and the sensitive composer. This...
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Background. The performance practice of recent decades demonstrates an obvious tendency to expand and update the repertoire due to the use of the works of those composers whose pieces had “lost” over time against to the pieces of their more famous contemporaries. At the same time, in sociology, psychology, culturology, gender issues are largely rel...
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Background. The French composers’ creativity of the late XIX – first third of XX centuries is the admirable treasury of the world musical art. It is worth mentioning such remarkable and original artists as C. Debussy and M. Emmanuel, P. Dukas and E. Satie, A.Roussel and M.Ravel. The name of G. Pierné (1863–1937) can surely be added to this series o...
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