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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Paola Lappicy Lemos Gomes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Hikiji, Rose Satiko Gitirana (President)
Dawsey, John Cowart
Reily, Suzel Ana
Silveira Junior, Walter Garcia da
Title in Portuguese
O que cantam os catadores: uma etnografia sobre cantos e silêncios à margem do lixo
Keywords in Portuguese
Catadores de lixo
Etnomusicologia
Música e trabalho
Abstract in Portuguese
Este ensaio é disparado pelos processos musicais que permeiam a jornada de trabalho de catadores de lixo em São Paulo. Neste cotidiano em meio ao lixo, estes abrem brecha para notas musicais, ritmos corridos e assobios melódicos. O objetivo desta pesquisa consiste em compreender, desta forma, o quê cantam estes trabalhadores, e a relação destes cantos com o cotidiano dos mesmos; quero, então, buscar um entendimento da música dentro do contexto urbano do lixo. Este ensaio, portanto, se trata de um estudo etnográfico sobre usos da música no ofício destes trabalhadores e seus desdobramentos no cotidiano destes. Há mais de um milhão de catadores no Brasil. Nas ruas de São Paulo, mais de vinte-cinco mil catadores de lixo reciclável sobrevivem à margem da cidade. Busco, neste trabalho, investigar o quê cantam e como cantam. Assim, contextualizando o fazer musical destes trabalhadores, proponho nesta pesquisa uma etnografia que busque diálogos entre a música, o silêncio e a corporalidade deles, pensando a música no trabalho destes catadores, e como o que cantam e contam diz sobre o que são socialmente.
Title in English
What do waste collectors sing? an ethnography about singing and silence in the edge of waste.
Keywords in English
Ethnomusicology
Music and work
Waste collectors
Abstract in English
This essay is triggered by the musical processes that permeate the work day of waste collectors in São Paulo. In the daily routine amidst the waste, they open themselves to musical notes, rushed rythms, and melodic whistles. The objective, here, is to comprehend, in this way, what these workers sing, and the relation between this singing to their daily lives; I seek an understanding of music inside the urban contexto of waste. Therefore, this research is an ethnographic study about the uses of music in the occupation of these workers and their repercussions in their day-to-day. There is more than a million waste collectors in Brazil. In the streets of São Paulo, more than twenty-five thousand survive in the edge of the city. In this essay, I look into what they sing and how they sing. Thus, by contextualizing theis music-making, I propose an ethnography that pursuits an intersection between music, silence and corporeality, through the thought of music in their work-days, and how the music tells about what these workers are socially.
 
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2019-05-13
 
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