Andréa Luísa Teixeira
Gradueted in Piano from the Federal University of Goiás and received his master’s degree in Musicology from the Brazilian Conservatory of Music – Rio de Janeiro. PhD candidate student in Musicology at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Teixeira is a Pianist at EMAC-UFG since 1993 and was a Researcher at the ITS-PUC / Go Center for Folklore and Cultural History from 2001 to May 2016. As a pianist, she received third prize in the Excellence- Professional in Hyères – France and the first prize and best interpretation of Villa-Lobos – Villa-Lobos National Competition – São Paulo. Among the theaters where she performed, Carnegie Hall in New York, the National Center for the Arts in Mexico City, the Venetian Theater in Macau (China) and the Teatro de São Carlos in Lisbon. She started the Brazilian Music series at the Wereld Museum, Evenaar Theater in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Also founded in Lisbon, together with the tenor Alberto Pacheco, the Academia dos Renascidos, which aims to promote Portuguese-Brazilian music, which has already brought to the stage several modern premieres. Has participated with presentation of work in several Musicology Congresses in Brazil and abroad. In 2002 she published an article in the book “Musices Aptatio”, edited in Germany: “Music for Flutes of the Xingu Indians”. She is a Correspondent Member of the Historical and Geographical Institute of Goiás. She was awarded the Berenice Artiaga Commendation by the Goiás State Legislature and the Anhanguera Commendation of the Government of the State of Goiás for the dissemination of Brazilian culture in other countries. She wrote the book “The Density of Self in the Folia de Reis: An Investigation of Time, Myth, Memory and Sense,” published by Editora Kelps, 2009. She was elected as an alternate in the Music Area for the biennium 2015-2017, National of Cultural Policies, of the Ministry of Culture, representing the State of Goiás.
A densidade do próprio na folia de reis: uma investigação acerva de Tempo, Mito, Memória e Sentido. Editora Kelps, 2009
Música para flauta dos índios xinguanos, artigo em Musices Aptatio. Organização de Antonio Alexandre Bispo. Roma CIMS Koln Inst. Fur Hymnologische und Musikethnologische Studien 1980-2002.
Mário Vieira de Carvalho
David Cranmer (c)
This work contains the basic elements that guided the preparation of a musicological study, sociological and anthropological history, about the cultural role of Pompeu de Pina´s family. It will focus particularly in the Operas of António José da Silva, “The Jew”, this family keeps in his particular archieve, since the early nineteenth century, not only operas, but a source of scores of centuries past, even without their proper cataloging and study, in the city of Pirenópolis, Goiás, which was far from all major industrial and cultural centers of Brazil. How was road crossing for mining to get to Mato Grosso, the city gained important cultural characteristics since the eighteenth century, and remain until the present day.
We do here parallels between the speeches of sociocultural power, and propose a look at the processes of reception and dissemination of musical manuscripts which arrived in Brazil, mainly in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador da Bahia since the eighteenth century, until they came in Pirenópolis, and how the transformative process with presentations of operas moved this whole city.
The Family Pina, besides having an importante range of the Brazilian musicology documentation, retains for her his whole figure of power, but on the other hand, develops, or “returns” to the community, the musical tastes of the Operas of “The Jew”, like as the most ancient popular traditions: Cavalhadas, Pastorinhas and the Divine´s Party. At the same time that the Family Pina retains the documentation, they diffuses the importance of the archieve, and in a sense, the charisma that Dr. Pompeu discloses the musical performances of the songs to the church, like the music for theater, makes Dr. Pompeu de Pina a singular figure for the preservation and dissemination of this repertoire.
The ideas of Musicking (SMALL: 1998) developed here for the pirenopolina society with regard to the role of the family and their way of reception and dissemination to the community, and dispersion (BROWN & LEMOLINO: 2006), for the part geographic spread, make up the script of this work.