The singing of the New World : indigenous voice in the era of European contact

Av: Serie: New perspectives in music history and criticismUtgivning: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2007Beskrivning: 224 s. : illISBN:
  • 978-0-521-87391-8
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  • 781.62 22 (machine generated)
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  • Ijv
  • Ijv-qd
Innehåll:
Introduction: Raised voices ; 1. Unlearning the Aztec cantares ; 2. Metonymy, writing, and the matter of Mexica song ; 3. Cantares mexicanos ; 4. Musicoanthropophagy : the songs of cannibals; 5. Inca singing at Cuzco ; 6. Fear of singing
Sammanfattning: A study of ancient music long since silent that Europeans met in the sixteenth century. Merging recent cultural history, early European accounts, archaeological findings and indigenous documents for the Mexica (or Aztecs), the Incas and the Tupinamba of lowland Brazil, Tomlinson explores the place of singing in these societies
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Introduction: Raised voices ; 1. Unlearning the Aztec cantares ; 2. Metonymy, writing, and the matter of Mexica song ; 3. Cantares mexicanos ; 4. Musicoanthropophagy : the songs of cannibals; 5. Inca singing at Cuzco ; 6. Fear of singing

A study of ancient music long since silent that Europeans met in the sixteenth century. Merging recent cultural history, early European accounts, archaeological findings and indigenous documents for the Mexica (or Aztecs), the Incas and the Tupinamba of lowland Brazil, Tomlinson explores the place of singing in these societies

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