Da construção do instrumento à roda de viola: cultura caipira e multifuncionalidade rural em Limeira, SP
Silva, Átila Ramirez da
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This work analyzes the socio-cultural dimension of rural multifunctionality processes and presents a discussion about the rural and its festive aspects. It points to the multiple interactions in the rural environment and its dynamics, which awakens new uses and possibilities of rural spaces beyond agriculture. While reporting the inhabited rural space, it presents a discussion on infrastructure in rural territories. It addresses the cultural festivities of rural communities as an important role in the local cultural formation, more precisely the festivities of folias de reis, Cururu, São Gonçalo, São João, Santo Antônio and São Pedro. It presents a case study of viola caipira and rural (re) involvement in the pre-settlement Elizabeth Teixeira in Limeira (SP); held between October 2017 and October 2018. The project held six workshops on the construction of the viola caipira and, through the viola circle, promoted meetings to create a dialogue on cultural educator spaces, from the perspective of Cultura Caipira. In this work, the methodologies used involved bibliographic research, censuses and research in photographic and documentary collections related to the reflection on rural development, religious events and parties. The work favored the creation of indicators of rural (re) involvement and allowed us to understand that what integrates the individual with the territory is the way in which it is related to aspects of nature, culture, language, location and its praxis.
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