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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2017.tde-27092017-101128
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Author
Full name
Marcus Vinicius Sant'Anna Held Neves
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Lucas, Monica Isabel (President)
Domingos, Nathália
Fiammenghi, Luiz Henrique
Title in Portuguese
Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762): comentários e tradução da obra teórica completa
Keywords in Portuguese
Francesco Geminiani
Gosto
Música Inglesa
Retórica Musical
Tratados
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa contempla a teoria e a prática da música instrumental do século XVIII, sobretudo na Inglaterra, sob o ponto de vista da obra teórica do violinista, compositor e tratadista italiano Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762). O trabalho objetiva comentar e traduzir - pela primeira vez em língua portuguesa - a integral da obra teórica desse autor: Rules for Playing in a True Taste (c.1748), A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick (1749), The Art of Playing on the Violin (1751), The Art of Accompaniament (1756/7), Guida Armonica (1756/8), The Harmonical Miscellany (1758) e The Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra (1760). A escolha de Geminiani se deve ao fato de seus sete escritos se alinharem a importantes preceptistas filosóficos, como Batteux, Montesquieu e Hume, e musicais, como Quantz, C. P. E. Bach e L. Mozart. Além disso, dissertam sobre aspectos importantes da música setecentista sob os pontos de vista prático (como a performance em instrumentos como violino, violoncelo, cravo - com ênfase no baixo contínuo -, cistre e traverso) e teórico (com discussões sobre o ensino e o aprendizado de harmonia, além de discutir, em toda sua obra, o conceito de bom gosto em música). As análises e estudos oferecidos em forma de comentários, bem como as traduções aqui presentes não só permitirão o leitor atual a observar a obra de Geminiani inserida em seu contexto histórico-filosófico-musical adequado, mas também fornecerão ferramentas importantes para pesquisas posteriores sobre o tratadista e a música do século XVIII.
Title in English
Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762) - commentaries and translation of the complete theoretical work
Keywords in English
English Music
Francesco Geminiani
Musical Rethoric
Taste
Treatises
Abstract in English
The current study addresses the theory and practice of instrumental music of the eighteenth century, especially in England, from the perspective of the theoretical work of the Italian violinist, composer, and writer Francesco Geminiani (1687-1762). The aim of the present study was to comment and translate - for the first time into the Portuguese language - the complete theoretical works by this author: Rules for Playing in a True Taste (c. 1748), A Treatise of Good Taste in the Art of Musick (1749), The Art of Playing on the Violin (1751), The Art of Accompaniment (1756/7), Guida Armonica (1756/8), The Harmonical Miscellany (1758), and The Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra (1760). Geminiani was chosen because his seven written works are aligned with important preceptists of philosophy, such as Batteux, Montesquieu, and Hume, and of music, such as Quantz, C. P. E. Bach, and L. Mozart. In addition, the discourse about important practical elements (the playing of instruments such as the violin, cello, or harpsichord - with an emphasis on basso continuo -, cittern, and traverso) and theoretical aspects (including discussions about teaching and learning harmony, and the concept of good musical taste) of eighteenth century music. The analyses and studies, provided as comments, and the translations in the present study will not only allow current readers to view Geminiani's work within its adequate historical-philosophical-musical context, but will also provide important tools for subsequent studies on Geminiani and the music of the eighteenth century.
 
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2017-09-27
 
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