The Latin American songbook in the twentieth century : from folklore to militancy / Tânia da Costa Garcia ; translated by John Christopher McGowan.

Av: Garcia, Tânia da Costa [aut].
Medverkande: McGowan, John Christopher, 1956- [trl].
Serie: Music, culture and identity in Latin America: Publisher: Lanham Maryland : Lexington Books, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Fysisk beskrivning: xv, 169 sidor.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781498571029.Ämne: 1900-talet | Populärmusik | Nationell identitet | Musik -- politiska aspekter | LatinamerikaDDC klassifikation: 782.42163098
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Anmärkning bestånd: B32.631 Libris-ID: 7kchh2t85g379m1hSummary: The Latin American Songbook in the Twentieth Century: From Folklore to Militancy takes an unprecedented comparative analysis approach to the complex relationship between popular music and culture, society, and politics in Latin America as it relates to representations of national identity. Tania da Costa Garcia analyzes archival research in Chile, Brazil and Argentina, which have very similar cultural and political processes. This book is divided into two different parts: the first focuses on how the folk studies movement was legitimized in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina; while the second emphasizes the rich history of how the militant song movement in Spanish America was received, transformed, and transmitted to Brazil in the second half of the twentieth century. This book will be especially useful to scholars of Latin American studies, music studies, cultural studies, and history
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The Latin American Songbook in the Twentieth Century: From Folklore to Militancy takes an unprecedented comparative analysis approach to the complex relationship between popular music and culture, society, and politics in Latin America as it relates to representations of national identity. Tania da Costa Garcia analyzes archival research in Chile, Brazil and Argentina, which have very similar cultural and political processes. This book is divided into two different parts: the first focuses on how the folk studies movement was legitimized in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina; while the second emphasizes the rich history of how the militant song movement in Spanish America was received, transformed, and transmitted to Brazil in the second half of the twentieth century. This book will be especially useful to scholars of Latin American studies, music studies, cultural studies, and history

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