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Ruído(s), relações de poder, sujeitos indesejados e colonialidade: panoramas calamitosos e símbolos de subversão

Abstract : Faced with a world full of resignifications that, in their flexibility, denote the dynamics with which societies reinvent themselves, ethnomusicology is another area of knowledge that needs reflecting, with its methodological instruments, a an efficient mixture of scientific rigour and the human capacity to truly listen to others. This article is divided into three parts: We begin with a reflection on the power relations established by and about songs and sounds; later, we bring two examples that reflect the power relations and symbolisms in the conception of noise, to finally link them with a discussion on coloniality, noise and the ethnographic glance.
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Juliana Bastos, Eurides Santos, Marcello Messina. Ruído(s), relações de poder, sujeitos indesejados e colonialidade: panoramas calamitosos e símbolos de subversão. VII Simpósio Internacional de Música na Amazônia, Nov 2019, Rio Branco, Brazil. Anais do Simpósio Internacional de Música na Amazônia, 2019. ⟨hprints-02426166⟩

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