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Do espaço e tempo musical – teoria científica e prática artística na vanguarda do pós-guerra

Musical time and space - scientific theory and artistic practice in postwar avant-garde
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Martingo, Ângelo

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Abstract The early 20th century has witnessed major transformations in both scientific and musical domains. In particular, relativity has shown space and time to have physical reality (in contrast to a priori conditions of objects), and the hierarchical structure of tonality was abandoned in favor of progressively more systematic methods of composition evolving from twelve-tone music. By singling out the migration of the scientific understanding of space and time to musical terrain, as legitimization and metaphor for some theoretical proposals of integral serialism, a parallel is drawn between the two fields which shows the entwinement of scientific output and artistic theory and practice in post-war avant-garde.
Classification Other Media; Other Fields of Humanities
Free Keywords musical time and space
Document language Portugese
Publication Year 2010
Page/Pages p. 1-10
Journal European Review of Artistic Studies, 1 (2010) 1
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
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