Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction

Mariana Miguel, Paulo Maria Rodrigues, Helena Rodrigues

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Abstract

CMT’s universe is a series of constellations of artistic-educative environments allowing for musical, emotional and social development. Each constellation has a unique set of specific ideas and goals, but connecting with audiences and communities (whether parents and their small children, other artists, teachers and educators, local communities and the general public) is something transversal at all of CMT’s works. For that matter, creating and building new collective instruments comes as a natural part of trying to find new and unique ways to communicate, to establish a common ground for musical and social interaction. This paper looks at the different instruments and environments created and experimented through the workshops, and their methodology and implications on
human interaction

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ConferenceOrganological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais
CountryPortugal
CityCaldas da Rainha
Period4/07/187/07/18

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Miguel, M., Rodrigues, P. M., & Rodrigues, H. (2018). Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction. Abstract from Organological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
Miguel, Mariana ; Rodrigues, Paulo Maria ; Rodrigues, Helena. / Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction. Abstract from Organological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
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Miguel, M, Rodrigues, PM & Rodrigues, H 2018, 'Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction' Organological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal, 4/07/18 - 7/07/18, .

Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction. / Miguel, Mariana; Rodrigues, Paulo Maria; Rodrigues, Helena.

2018. Abstract from Organological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.

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Miguel M, Rodrigues PM, Rodrigues H. Community practice-based instruments and their creation for musical and social interaction. 2018. Abstract from Organological Congress, 7th International Scientific Meeting for the Study of Sound and Musical Instruments, ANIMUSIC
Congresso de Organologia. 7º Encontro Científico Internacional para o Estudo sobre Som e Instrumentos Musicais, Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.