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Covering one of the most musically diverse regions in the world, Musics of Latin America emphasizes music as a means of understanding culture and society: each author balances an analysis of musical genres with discussion of the historical and cultural trends that have shaped them. Chapters cover traditional, popular, and classical repertoire, and in-text listening guides ensure that students walk away with a solid understanding of the music.
Table of Contents
|Listening Guides||p. xii|
|In Depth||p. xvi|
|Definitions and Themes||p. 6|
|Goals and Definitions||p. 16|
|Key Terms||p. 22|
|Further Reading||p. 22|
|Music, Conquest, and Colonialism||p. 24|
|The Colonization of Latin America: Historical Overview||p. 27|
|Indigenous Musical Culture at the Time of the Conquest||p. 31|
|Music of the Conquest and Early Colonial Period||p. 35|
|Music and Colonialism in Brazil||p. 50|
|Mission Music||p. 57|
|Popular Dance Music||p. 65|
|The Contradanza||p. 69|
|The End of the Colonial Era||p. 70|
|Key Terms||p. 73|
|Further Reading||p. 74|
|Further Listening||p. 74|
|Traditional and Popular Music||p. 81|
|Classical Music||p. 111|
|Key Terms||p. 122|
|Further Reading||p. 122|
|Further Listening||p. 123|
|Further Viewing||p. 123|
|Central America, Colombia, and Venezuela||p. 124|
|Central America||p. 125|
|Traditional Music||p. 127|
|Popular Music||p. 134|
|European and European-American Classical Music||p. 139|
|Traditional Music||p. 143|
|Popular Music||p. 146|
|European and European-American Classical Music||p. 153|
|The Llanos||p. 154|
|Miisica Llanera||p. 154|
|Traditional and Popular Music||p. 161|
|European and European-American Classical Music||p. 170|
|Key Terms||p. 173|
|Further Reading||p. 173|
|Further Viewing||p. 174|
|Cuba and the Hispanic Caribbean||p. 176|
|Traditional and Popular Music||p. 180|
|Classical Music and Latin Jazz||p. 214|
|Key Terms||p. 221|
|Further Reading||p. 222|
|Further Listening||p. 222|
|Further Viewing||p. 222|
|Traditional and Popular Music||p. 230|
|Classical Music||p. 266|
|Key Terms||p. 273|
|Further Reading||p. 273|
|Further Listening||p. 273|
|Further Viewing||p. 273|
|Argentina and the Rioplatense Region||p. 274|
|Traditional Music||p. 279|
|Popular Music||p. 295|
|Classical Music||p. 312|
|Key Terms||p. 322|
|Further Reading||p. 322|
|Further Viewing||p. 323|
|Peru and the Andes||p. 324|
|Traditional and Popular Music||p. 329|
|Classical Music||p. 362|
|Key Terms||p. 369|
|Further Reading||p. 369|
|Further Listening||p. 370|
|Further Viewing||p. 370|
|Latin American Impact on Contemporary Classical Music||p. 371|
|Historical Background||p. 372|
|Latin American Impact Today||p. 374|
|Key Terms||p. 396|
|Further Reading||p. 396|
|Further Listening||p. 396|
|Further Viewing||p. 396|
|Twenty-First Century Latin American and Latino Popular Music||p. 397|
|Contemporary Latin American Popular Music||p. 399|
|RecentTrends in U.S. Latino Popular Music||p. 420|
|Key Terms||p. 432|
|Further Reading||p. 432|
|Appendix: The Elements of Music||p. 434|
|Sound as Music||p. 434|
|Aesthetics and Culture||p. 449|
|Key Terms||p. 453|
|Additional Resources||p. 15|
|Music and Lyrics Credits||p. 21|
|Photo Credits||p. 23|
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