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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2009.tde-25102010-165539
Document
Author
Full name
Paulo Roberto Ferraz Von Zuben
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Lacerda, Marcos Branda (President)
Gubernikoff, Carole
Iazzetta, Fernando Henrique de Oliveira
Mello Filho, Silvio Ferraz
Menezes Filho, Florivaldo
Title in Portuguese
Planos sonoros: a experiência da simultaneidade na música do século XX
Keywords in Portuguese
Plano Sonoro e Análise Musical
Ritmo
Tempo
Abstract in Portuguese
Os objetivos desta tese de doutorado são: ampliar a compreensão da música contemporânea a partir do pensamento filosófico de Bergson, Bachelard e Messiaen sobre o tempo; discutir a expansão do conceito de ritmo no século XX; e aproximar do processo de composição musical a noção de plano das artes visuais. Dada a natureza específica da experiência temporal em música, essas ferramentas teóricas proporcionarão uma abordagem original do repertório contemporâneo, entendendo suas composições como processos de transformações simultâneas, constituídos de planos sonoros multidimensionais.
Title in English
Sound Planes: the experience of simultaneity in 20th century music
Keywords in English
Rhythm
Sound Plane e Musical Analysis
Time
Abstract in English
The objectives of this thesis are: to expand the understanding of contemporary music by applying time concepts developed by Bergson, Bachelard and Messiaen; to discuss the expansion of the concept of rhythm in the 20th century; and to approximate the concepts of planes in visual arts to the process of music composition. Given the nature of temporal experience in music, these analytical tools will enable an original approach to the contemporary repertoire, by applying the concepts of simultaneous transformation processes and multidimensional sound planes.
 
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2010-11-09
 
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