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Title Cultural nationalism and ethnic music in Latin America / edited by William H. Beezley
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2018
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Contents Introduction. The rise of cultural nationalism and its musical expressions -- Music and national identity in Mexico, 1919-1940 / William H. Beezley -- La hora industrial vs. la hora intima : Mexican music and broadcast media before 1934 / Sonia Robles -- Guatemala national identity and popular music / William H. Beezley -- Cuban music : Afro-Cubanism / Alejo Carpentier -- An accidental hero [Cuban singer in the special period] / Jan Fairley -- Cuzcatl√°n (El Salvador) and Maria de Baratta's Nahualism / Robin Sacolick -- Cumand√° : a leitmotiv in Ecuadorian operas? Musical nationalism and representation of indigenous people / Ketty Wong -- Dueling bandoneones : tango and folk music in Argentina's musical nationalism / Carolyne Ryan Larson -- Carnival as Brazil's tropical opera : resistance to Rio's samba in the carnivals of Recife and Salvador, 1960s-1970s / Jerry D. Metz Jr -- The opera Manchay Puytu : a cautionary tale regarding mestizos in twentieth-century highland Bolivia / E. Gabrielle Kuenzli -- Sounding modern identity in Mexican film / Janet Sturman and Jennifer Jenkins
Summary The contributors examine a variety of countries where powerful historical movements were shaped intentionally by music
Notes Includes index
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Subject Music -- Latin America -- History and criticism.
Nationalism in music.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Beezley, William H.
LC no. 2018005450
ISBN 0826359760 (electronic bk.)
9780826359766 (electronic bk.)
(paperback;) (alk. paper)