O Novo Estado da Arte dos Estudos em Performance

Ian Pace, Vitória Louveira, William Teixeira

Resumo


A performance-como-pesquisa e a performance baseada em pesquisa são alvos de críticas constantes na academia. Autores como Clarke, Cook e Daniel Leech-Wilkinson integram um grupo muito proeminente de pesquisadores que abordam esse assunto. Cook se destaca com o livro Beyond the Score: Music as Performance (livro que será analisado durante este texto), no qual realiza críticas duras e, por vezes, precipitadas, à performance da música de concerto, especialmente da que ele chama de ‘performance modernista’. Por meio dele é possível conhecer outros autores de seu grupo que apoiam ideias similares. Acontece que Cook, com seu tom, parece esperar que seus leitores partam de conhecimentos tácitos acerca da realidade atual da performance musical e dos estudos em performance. A análise feita aqui, principalmente deste livro, vem para estabelecer um contraponto e para tentar conter algumas de suas ideias depreciativas sobre a pesquisa em performance, a performance musical e outros campos que permeiam a ramificação dos estudos em performance. [resumo elaborado pelos tradutores]


Palavras-chave


Performance musical; Estudos em performance; Pesquisa em performance

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