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Musicalidade humana sob o prisma cognitivo-evolucionista: do Homo sapiens ao Homo digitalis [Human Musicality as seen from a Cognitive-Evolutionist Prism: From Homo sapiens to Homo digitalis]
Abstract
Resumo: Este trabalho visa discutir a musicalidade humana sob um prisma cognitivo-evolucionista. Busca refletir acerca da complexidade da manifestação musical num panorama que articula os períodos transcorridos entre os tempos remotos da espécie Homo sapiens até a sua interação na era da Cultura Digital. As reflexões são fundamentadas em pesquisas que mostram um fazer musical ininterrupto, que inicia nos primórdios da humanidade e segue significativo até o presente momento, sofrendo, contudo, transformações que vêm sendo aceleradas pelas Novas Tecnologias Digitais (NTD). Esse cenário implica, também, mudanças na construção da performance musical, bem como nos conceitos de aprendizagem e autoaprendizagem de música. Abstract: This paper discusses human musicality from a cognitive-evolutionist perspective. It reflects on the complexity of music manifestation in a panorama that articulates the periods between the remote times of the Homo sapiens species to their interaction in the era of Digital Culture. The reflections are based on research that shows uninterrupted music making that starts at the beginnings of humanity and continues significantly until the present moment, undergoing, however, transformations that are being accelerated by new digital technologies. This scenario also implies changes in the construction of musical performance, as well as in the concepts of learning and self-learning of music.
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