Motivações para o estudo do piano
Oliveira, Leonardo Daniel de
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The present work was born out of a concern of the author, as a student of the Pedagogy course and Education professional, about what would be the factors and the motivations that influence people when deciding which musical instrument to choose as a learning medium and cultural development. In order to investigate this subject, a qualitative and bibliographic study with field study was carried out. The main authors of the text are Santos (2006), Blacking (2007) and Vannucchi (2011) on the concept of culture; Pinto (2004) and Mateiro (2007) on the musical context in general; Amato (2007), Borges (2010) and Albuquerque (2011) support the development of the analysis of the various aspects of piano study in Brazil. The field investigation was done at the Municipal Conservatory Maestro Henrique Castellari, in the city of Salto, State of São Paulo, through questionnaires answered by seven students. The work is divided into four chapters. The first is the Memorial, in which the author approaches his musical experiences since childhood. The second chapter presents the theoretical framework. The third chapter describes the methodology and the fourth presents the data analysis. The results point to multiple influences in the choice of instrument, revealing that the piano is considered a complete instrument, with many possibilities, and that influences in a positive way the character, the personal formation and the musical preferences of the students.
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