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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2018.tde-17042018-141816
Document
Author
Full name
Iury Cardoso
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Gloeden, Edelton (President)
Bartoloni, Giacomo
Delneri, Celso Tenório
Title in Portuguese
A adaptação para violão das 12 Danzas Españolas Op.37 de Enrique Granados através de novas propostas de scordature
Keywords in Portuguese
Danzas Españolas
Granados
Op.37
Scordatura
Transcrição
Violão
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho trata do processo de transcrição para violão solo das 12 Danzas Españolas Op. 37 de Enrique Granados, escritas originalmente para piano. Tal processo desenvolveu-se através da observação de versões para violão de outras obras originais para piano, comparações entre os recursos instrumentais específicos desses dois instrumentos e de um levantamento histórico, onde foram analisadas as principais problemáticas de adaptação dos elementos musicais e estéticos da obra original em um novo meio. A fim de contextualizar esse trabalho no panorama da transcrição, visitamos a história de Granados, analisando os aspectos gerais de suas Danzas Españolas, bem como discutimos a conceituação da scordatura para, a partir daí, empregar o método de pesquisa de diferentes possibilidades de afinação na busca de viabilizar a transcrição da obra em questão, sem perder de vista, durante esse processo, a ideia original do compositor. Através dos resultados alcançados, da maneira como compreendemos os métodos empregados, constatamos um amplo campo de possibilidades a serem pesquisadas e novas soluções de adaptação e scordature a serem empregadas, estabelecendo a prática da transcrição como um procedimento válido artisticamente, desde que devidamente contextualizado.
Title in English
The adaptation for guitar of the 12 danzas españolas Op.37 of Enrique Granados through new proposals of scordature
Keywords in English
Granados
Guitar
Op.37
Scordatura
Spanish Dances
Transcription
Abstract in English
This work deals with the process of transcription for guitar solo of the 12 Danzas Españolas Op. 37 of Enrique Granados, written originally for piano. This process was developed through the observation of guitar versions of other original works for piano, comparisons between the specific instrumental resources of these two instruments and a historical survey, where the main problems of adaptation of the musical and aesthetic elements of the original work were analyzed in a new medium. In order to contextualize this work in the transcription panorama, we visit the history of Granados, analyzing the general aspects of its Danzas Españolas, as well as discussing the conception of the scordatura to, from there, to use the research method of different tuning possibilities in the seeking to make feasible the satisfactory assimilation of the work in question, without losing sight of, during this process, the original idea of the composer. Through the results obtained, as understood by the methods employed, we find a wide field of possibilities to be researched and new solutions of adaptation and scordature to be used, establishing the practice of transcription as an artfully valid procedure, provided that it is properly contextualized.
 
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