Música y semántica corporeizada

En busca de un método

  • Marcos Nogueira Escola de Música - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - Brasil

Resumen

El surgimiento de una musicología cognitiva en las últimas tres décadas, responde a una fuerte demanda por la recuperación de pregunta acerca del sentido musical. Mientras tanto, en el nuevo cientificismo, las prácticas tradicionales de objetivación del sentido, asociadas al formalismo, y más ampliamente, al estructuralismo musicológico, fueron rechazadas. De aquí que la búsqueda de nuevos paradigmas teórico-metodológicos constituyó el foco central de los emprendimientos académicos en el área. El presente estudio está basado específicamente en el enfoque de la semántica enactivista de la música, que difiere significativamente del referencial conexionista de la mayoría de los estudios en musicología cognitiva desarrollados desde la década de 1980. Propongo investigar la superficie linguística de nuestras descripciones del conocimiento musical identificando los recursos imaginativos que utilizamos para
ello. En haras de fundamentar esta orientación metodológica, la comparo con los procedimientos de la hermenéutica musical de la denominada nueva musicología. 

Biografía el autor

Marcos Nogueira, Escola de Música - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - Brasil

Doutor em Comunicação e Cultura pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ (2004), tendo defendido tese intitulada O ato da escuta e a semântica do entendimento musical, Mestre em Música pela Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro UNIRIO (1996) e Bacharel em Composição Musical pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro UFRJ (1990). É Professor do Departamento de Composição da Escola de Música da UFRJ e docente do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Música da mesma instituição, na qual desenvolve projetos intitulados A poética da mente musical: Semântica cognitiva e processos criativos, e Performance musical: Aspectos cognitivos e pedagógicos. Pesquisador atuante nas subáreas de Composição Musical, Cognição Musical e Teoria da Música, a partir do que vem publicando trabalhos em torno do viés da pesquisa cognitiva em Música. Foi membro das diretorias da Associação Brasileira de Cognição e Artes Musicais, ABCM (2008-2011) e da Associação Nacional de Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação em Música, ANPPOM (2011-2013). Atua regularmente, desde 1987, como compositor, regente e instrumentista com participações em festivais e mostras variadas de música acadêmica contemporânea.

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Publicado
2016-12-21
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NOGUEIRA, Marcos. Música y semántica corporeizada. Epistemus. Revista de Estudios en Música, Cognición y Cultura, [S.l.], v. 4, n. 2, p. 9-37, dec. 2016. ISSN 1853-0494. Disponible en: <https://revistas.unlp.edu.ar/Epistemus/article/view/3039>. Fecha de acceso: 17 dec. 2017 doi: https://doi.org/10.21932/epistemus.4.3039.2.
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