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Publication Detail
Os equívocos a respeito da Música
  • Publication Type:
    Chapter
  • Authors:
    Welch GF
  • Publisher:
    UNIRIO : Instituto Villa-Lobos
  • Publication date:
    21/07/2017
  • Place of publication:
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Pagination:
    13, 62
  • Editors:
    Sobreira S
  • ISBN-13:
    9788561066635
  • Status:
    Published online
  • Book title:
    Se voce disser que eu desafino...
  • Language:
    Portuguese
  • Number of volumes:
    1
  • Keywords:
    misunderstanding, music
Abstract
This chapter is a translation and update of “The Misunderstanding of Music”. The original text was written in 2001 for an inaugural lecture delivered at the Institute of Education (formerly University of London). The text was reviewed, updated and translated for this book in collaboration with Silvia Sobreira and Marcelo Sampaio. Although not well known in Brazil, Dr. Welch is respected worldwide for his studies on the development of children’s voices. In his text he shows that vocal development is related to the individual’s social context and his/her neuropsychobiological development. He emphasizes that musical behaviour is a characteristic common to all human beings, not just for those considered “talented”.
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