The Course of Mexican Music

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Routledge, Dec 22, 2015 - 368 páginas
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The Course of Mexican Music provides students with a cohesive introductory understanding of the scope and influence of Mexican music. The textbook highlights individual musical examples as a means of exploring the processes of selection that led to specific musical styles in different times and places, with a supporting companion website with audio and video tracks helping to reinforce readers' understanding of key concepts. The aim is for students to learn an exemplary body of music as a window for understanding Mexican music, history and culture in a manner that reveals its importance well beyond the borders of that nation.

 

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Contenido

Introduction
1
CHAPTER 1 Why Study Mexican Music?
3
CHAPTER 2 Defining and Listening to Mexican Music
16
CHAPTER 3 PreCortesian and Indigenous Music Past and Present
30
CHAPTER 4 Majesty Machismo Mestizaje and Other Legacies of the ViceKingdom of New Spain
71
Sones Regionales
101
CHAPTER 6 Sound Foundations for Independence
143
CHAPTER 7 Immigration and Cosmopolitan Identity during the Porfiriato
162
CHAPTER 10 New Song and Rock Mexicano
233
CHAPTER 11 Competing Popular Styles
256
New Frames for New Audiences
287
CHAPTER 13 A Despedida and Closing Reflections
307
List of Audio Examples and Credits
314
List of Video Examples and Credits
321
Index
322
Plates
335

CHAPTER 8 Gifts of the Revolution
193
CHAPTER 9 Cinema Radio and the Celebrity Cantante
210

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Janet L. Sturman is Professor at the Fred Fox School of Music and Associate Dean of the Graduate College at the University of Arizona.

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