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Performance and Autoethnography in Historical Ethnomusicology: Differentiating the Viola and the Violão
This article proposes the combination of performance and autoethnography as alternative methods to make use of musical scores concerning the viola (five-course guitar) and the violão (six-course guitar) in historical ethnomusicology. The author performs and records the same set of songs on the viola and the violão, and based on the multidimensionality of the interaction performer/instrument, writes an autoethnography differentiating his experiences in playing at both chordophones. This approachdoi:10.1590/permusi20163402 fatcat:6vvreksukzf3zppz5h23e2sypy