A natureza da performance instrumental e sua avaliação no vestibular em música

Cecília Cavalieri França

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A natureza abstrata da música pode tornar a avaliação do fazer musical por demais subjetiva – se não arbitrária. Desenvolvimentos acadêmicos mais recentes nas áreas de filosofia e psicologia da educação musical podem iluminar essa tarefa, oferecendo parâmetros de avaliação mais consistentes. O Modelo Espiral de Desenvolvimento Musical (SWANWICK e TILLMAN, 1986) constitui um parâmetro de avaliação musicalmente, psicologicamente e cientificamente válido. Um estudo piloto realizado durante o Vestibular 2000 na Escola de Música da UFMG revela que os critérios derivados do Modelo Espiral contribuem para explicitar as bases de avaliação dos candidatos e aponta para um possível consenso a respeito do nível de realização musical esperado dos candidatos ao Curso de Graduação em Piano. 


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