Editorial of Per Musi 29





The repercussion among authors and readers of the previous issues 22 and 23 of Per Musi (classified with QUALIS A1 by CAPES and indexed in SciELO), dedicated to studies in popular music, motivated another call on this theme, which seems to be the one that has most attracted the attention of researchers in the recent history of research in music in Brazil. Due to the large number of submissions, the approved articles were divided into three volumes - 28, 29 and 30 - which bring a total of 46 articles, 11 scores and 6 reviews. This volume 29 of Per Musi contains 19 articles, 2 scores and 1 review.


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Author Biography

Fausto Borém, Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)

Fausto Borém (Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1960) is Teacher of Double Bass, Chamber Music, Music Research and Performance Practices at UFMG, where he created the Master in Music and the Per Musi Magazine. A CNPq researcher since 1994, he holds a PhD in double bass from the University of Georgia and an M.A. in double bass from the University of Iowa, USA. He organized the I National Seminar on Research in Music Performance (1999), the Fourth International Double Bassists Meeting (1996), the Second National Double Bass Composition Contest (1996) and the First National Double Bassists Contest (2002). He has represented Brazil in the main national and international double bass events (USA in 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999 and 2001, France in 1994, Scotland in 1998). He has presented papers at the International Society of Bassists Convention, SBPC, International Double Bass Meetings, ANPPOM National Meetings, GAMUT Annual Meeting - Georgia Association of Music Theory. He has published dozens of articles in important national and international journals in the areas of performance, analysis and historical musicology (see Curriculum Lattes at the CNPq website). Award-winning soloist several times in Brazil and abroad, he is the bass player of Trio Novarte and Geraes Jazz 'round. His work Uma Didática da Invenção was awarded 3rd place in the III National Contest of Composition for Double Bass (UFG, 2000). He has coordinated twice the Visiting Artist Project at UFMG with the UAKTI Workshop (1996) and the Workshop of Double Bass Guitar Making for Children (2002).





How to Cite

Borém, Fausto. 2014. “Editorial of Per Musi 29”. Per Musi, no. 29 (June):1-3. https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/permusi/article/view/39133.