Space in Music: what we call ‘space’ in music and what it really is

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https://doi.org/10.33871/vortex.2024.12.8490

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electroacoustic music, contemporary music, musical space, space in music, spatialization

Resumo

Este artigo propõe uma divisão do conceito de espaço na música em quatro espaços, nomeadamente os espaços interno, externo, intrínseco e extrínseco. Tendo revisto estes conceitos em textos de numerosos autores e compositores, agregamos uma variedade de conceitos nestas quatro categorias principais de espaço na música. Apresentamos também possíveis transgressões dos limites desses conceitos, entendendo que essas transgressões são uma prática comum para compositores contemporâneos. Atualmente, essas práticas de transgressão tendem a ser confundidas pela falta de uma definição clara para os espaços em questão.

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Fabio Wanderley Janhan Sousa, Federal University of Pernambuco

With a PhD and a Master’s in Sonology from the School of Music at UFMG, an MA in Music and Technology from the University of York in England, and degrees in Composition and Music Education from UFMG, as well as an Electronics Technician from CEFET-MG, I have been working professionally as a sound engineer since 2004 and as a composer since 2014, focusing on contemporary aesthetics with an emphasis on the production of electroacoustic works. My academic contributions include publications in the proceedings of ANPPOM, AES Brazil and UK, Sysmus, Nas Nuvens, and in the journals Sonora, Opus, and Permusi. Currently, I serve as an adjunct professor in the area of theory and composition at the Music Department of UFPE.

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Wanderley Janhan Sousa, F. (2024). Space in Music: what we call ‘space’ in music and what it really is. Revista Vórtex, 12, 1–23. https://doi.org/10.33871/vortex.2024.12.8490

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