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Title: Aspects of the Common Implications in Time and Metric in Collective Free Improvisation in the Recorded Work: Musicking Shapes
Authors: Marques, Mário Dinis Coelho da
Keywords: n, Common Metric,
Collective Pulse
Collective Improvisatio
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2020
Publisher: Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Braşov
Abstract: During the production of Eduardo Lopes’ record Musiking Shapes, several aspects were identified that suggested an unpremeditated collective consciousness in aspects such as metrics and pulse, in a work that was based on unconventional notation, without any time-related indication. The intention was to identify a kinetic of collective pulse with common time and metric implications. The methodology applied involved auditory observation through spectrograms and the respective transcription in the musical notation of the recorded music. When triangulating these data, substantial results of the communication that underlies the interpretation of this unconventional notation were found. It was possible to prove an effective organization through what we call Prevalent Sound Events (PSE) and that these are determining factors for the collective organization that typifies musical discourse, consubstantiating the spontaneous organization of these moments in Vertical Agreement Sound Events, Horizontal Agreement Sound Events and Absolute Agreement Events.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:CESEM - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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