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LCM010

Curricular Unit: Advanced Studies in Music History II
Code: LCM010
ECTS: 2
Cientific Area: Musical Sciences


Learning Outcomes

> In-depth study of a selection of topics and repertoires which are representative of the History of Western Music

> Identification and characterization of key musical categories, such as: Concert, Symphony, Opera, Chamber Music, Lied and Music for films and theater

> Exploration of the social, political and cultural conditions that originate or influence the process of musical creation and interpretation

> Creation of dynamics within group research, aiming at obtaining and processing information collected from different types of sources

> Embed the results of historical research into musical performance

> Acquaint students with processes of scientific writing in the field of music historiography


Syllabus

Following the discipline of Estudos Avançados em História da Música I, the present curricular unit offers an in-depth perspective on themes and repertoires of Western Music History, based on a selection of case studies, which are obviously different from those studied in the first part, aiming new temporal and stylistic quadrants not yet studied. Each case study will reflect a different historical approach to the chosen theme, namely in terms of artistic and intellectual culture, social practices of composition, interpretation, production and musical enjoyment, political situation of the epoch and its specific circumstances, composer’s biographical framework and formal and style of the work (s).


Teaching Methodologies

Departing from the selection of case studies undertaken at the beginning of the academic semester, depending on the size of classes and student’s profiles, the stages of group work will be planned, leading to the completion of specific research projects (oral or written). In the course of the interim stages of presentation and discussion of results, follow-up sessions will be held by the teacher, aiming to develop the selected themes, as well as clarifying student’s questions.


Methodology

> Identification and justification of a set of case studies which are representative of the History of Western Music

> Weekly follow-up of the research undertaken by the students

> Discussion in class of topics related to the case studies in question.

> Hearing and visualization of support media, such as CDs, DVDs, printed materials and projections.

> Lecturing of theoretical subjects, based on key bibliography.


Bibliography

BURCKOLDER, J. P., GROUT, D. J. e PALISCA, CLAUDE V. (2019) .A History of Western Music. Nova Iorque / Londres: Norton.

COUTINHO, C.P. (2013). Metodologias de Investigação em Ciências Sociais e Humanas: Teoria e Prática. Coimbra: Edições Almedina.

HERBERT, T. (2001). Music in Words: A Guide to Researching and Writing about Music. Londres: Associated Board of the Royal School of Music Publishing.

LOPES, R.C. (2008). Apontamentos de metodologia para pesquisa em Música: ensaio escrito, recensão crítica, referenciação bibliográfica. Lisboa: s. e. [texto policopiado].

LOPES, R.R. (Ed.). 2019). Resumo das normas de referenciação da AmericanPsychologicalAssociation (APA, 6ª ed.). Lisboa, s. e. [texto policopiado],

SADIE, S., TYRELL J. (Eds). (2001). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (2ª ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Formatopreferencial: Grove Music Online (www.oxfordmusiconline.com), empermanenteatualização.]

TARUNSKIN, R. (2010). The Oxford History of Western Music (5 vols.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

TARUSKIN, R. (2010). The Oxford History of Western Music. Nova Iorque: Oxford University Press.

WILLIAMS, A. (2001). Constructing Musicology. Nova Iorque: Routledge.


Teaching Staff
Rui Cabral Lopes (regent)