This paper presents the design of a new audiovisual product for the most important European Website within the sector of artistic musical research. The aim is to give a decisive boost to the activity of information and ideas exchange within European artistic musical research. Artistic musical research consists in developing research aiming to have a direct impact on musical creation and performance. This research model means that, for example, a doctoral thesis not only consists of a scientific text but also includes a concert in which the results of the applied research are shown. Artistic research should also be able to be a cumulative process, for this reason it is necessary that all the results of the research can fit into an adequate system of representation and register. In the present article a discussion on an audiovisual register system is proposed, which permits: 1. Showing the artistic knowledge in the creative practice throughout the undertaking of the doctorate studies. 2. Recording and showing the artistic elements derived from the research in the instrumental and vocal performance. We are, therefore, dealing with defining the characteristics of the audiovisual documents capable of transmitting the specific innovations that stem from artistic research. This is the basis for creating a virtual library of video-recordings that represent the most innovative and efficient strategies from a didactic viewpoint. It is very important here to determine the narrative qualities, the fundamental contents and the formal characteristics in order to be able to transmit the processes in which knowledge has an impact on art with greatest transparency. This article thus presents a reflection on the conditions in the actual field of artistic musical research necessary for giving academic validity to this type of audiovisual product. The discussion proposed by this paper is complementary to the more concrete technological aspects of our project, which the same autors have explored in other paper for this same Review called: “Researching Video Annotation Tool for Music and Theatre Arts”.
|Keywords:||Practice Based Music Research, Audiovisual Support For Research in Music|
Professor - Head of PhD programme of Music, Professor of Audiovisual Communication and Manager of the PhD Program of Music., Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Professor, Department o0f audiovisual communication, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Head of Audivisual Communications Department, POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, AUDIOVISUAL COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
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