Audiocenas: Interface entre Cultura Clássica, Dramaturgia e Sonoridades

Autores

Marcus Mota
Universidade de Brasília (UnB)
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4745-8927

Sinopse

A épica homérica continua desafiando artistas, pesquisadores e público em geral. Especialmente na Ilíada, temos grandes cenas de guerra atravessadas por momentos de conflitos individuais e confrontos face a face. Entre o macro e o micro, entre o mundo dos deuses e dos homens, ouve-se uma voz, um som que nos projeta para além de nós mesmos: é a voz do rapsodo, em seu trabalho multissensorial. Neste livro o fascínio por essa dramaturgia ampla é discutido a partir do encontro entre Estudos Clássicos, Estudos do Som e Performance. Tal intercruzamento de fronteiras procura clarificar a dimensão plural da atividade do rapsodo na produção de suas audiocenas, ou eventos interativos imaginativos sonoramente orientados. Após uma detida análise dessa atividade registrada na épica homérica, apresenta-se o experimento narrativo de Heliodoro que, em As Etiópicas, procura competir com todas as obras da tradição clássica, produzindo uma fusão experimental de gêneros. Esta releitura de Homero e da tradição clássica impulsionou diversos artistas, tais como Cervantes, Shakespeare e Verdi.

Capítulos

  • Prefácio
  • Apresentação
  • Parte 1
  • Capítulo 1 - A matriz rapsódica: uma discussão preliminar
  • Capítulo 2 - No princípio foi o som: análise de Ilíada I
  • Parte 2
  • Capítulo 3 - Que narrativa é esta?
  • Capítulo 4 - A suíte orquestral Heliodoriana
  • Referências

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