O passado audível

origens culturais da reprodução sonora

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20396/muspop.v7i00.13425

Palavras-chave:

História do som, Estudos do som, Tecnologias de reprodução sonora

Resumo

Trata-se da introdução do livro O passado audível, de Jonathan Sterne, aqui traduzida pela primeira vez para o português. O livro propõe uma história da possibilidade da reprodução do som – por meio do telefone, do fonógrafo, do rádio e de outras tecnologias correlatas. Nele são examinadas as condições sociais e culturais que deram origem à reprodução do som e, por sua vez, como estas tecnologias cristalizaram e combinaram movimentos culturais mais amplos. O livro parte do pressuposto que som, audição e escuta são centrais para a vida cultural da modernidade, fundamentais para as modernas formas de conhecimento, cultura e organização social. Ele propõe, assim, uma alternativa à narrativa dominante segundo a qual, ao se tornar moderno, o mundo ocidental teria migrado de uma cultura da audição para uma cultura da visão.

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Biografia do Autor

Virginia de Almeida Bessa, Pesquisadora independente

Pós-doutorado no Instituto brasileiro de Estudos da Universidade de São Paulo.

Giuliana Souza de Lima, Pesquisadora independente

Doutora em História Social pela Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas da Universidade de São Paulo. Membro do grupo de pesquisa "Entre a História e a Memória da Música" do DH-FFLCH-USP.

Juliana Pérez González, Pesquisadora independente

Doutora em História Social pela Universidade de São Paulo.

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BESSA, V. de A. .; LIMA, G. S. de; PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ, J. . O passado audível: origens culturais da reprodução sonora. Música Popular em Revista, Campinas, SP, v. 7, n. 00, p. e020001, 2020. DOI: 10.20396/muspop.v7i00.13425. Disponível em: https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/muspop/article/view/13425. Acesso em: 4 mar. 2021.