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Author LinkMadrid, Alejandro L.
Title LinkMusic in Mexico : experiencing music, expressing culture / Alejandro L. Madrid.
Imprint New York : Oxford University Press, c2013.
Description xiii, 139 p. :  ill., map ;  21 cm. +  1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.).
Type of Material Music recording Sound recording Monograph
Series ( Global music series )
Series ( Global music series.)
Language eng spa
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Contents: 1. Introduction : Ethnic identity and music in Mexico -- Music, migration, and diaspora in Mexico -- Media and music in Mexico -- 2. The transnational resurgence of Son Jarocho : The Mexican Son complex -- Style and practice in Son Jarocho -- Son Jarocho in Veracruz : a history of migration and transculturation -- The rise of Son Jarocho as a Mexican national icon -- The transnational resurgence of Son Jarocho -- 3. Bolero : cosmopolitanism and the Mexican romantic song until the 1960s : The basic stylistic features of a transnational genre -- The bolero in Mexico : the Trova Yucateca tradition -- Mexico City and the production and popularization of the Mexican bolero : 1930s-1950s -- Trios and Bolero Ranchero : the 1950s and 1960s -- 4. Balada : cosmopolitanism and the Mexican romantic song in the 1970s : Shifting taste : from bolero to balada in 1960s and 1970s Mexico -- Televisa and the balada for the middle classes -- Balada Grupera and working-class sentimentality -- Masculine, feminine, and queer sensibilities in the balada -- 5. Norteña music and its history of hybridization : The myth of Onda Grupera -- Accordion music from the Mexican Northeast to the world -- The Corrido in norteña music -- The performance of a norteña identity -- 6. Banda music : from village brass music to narcocorridos : The banda craze -- A history of banda music -- Banda after NAFTA. The transnational re-imagination of banda music -- Narcocorrido : a genre common to the norteña and banda traditions -- 7. Rock and Canto Nuevo : alternative musics in Mexico : Before the Avándaro Festival : the arrival of rock ’n’ roll in Mexico -- From Nueva Canción to Canto Nuevo -- Rock in the 1980s : from Rock Rupestre to Rock en tu Idioma.
Partial contents:CD: La María Chucena (Santana Alonso Vidal, requinto, vocals ; Severiano Cipol Xolo, requinto ; Emiliano Toto Urbano, jarana tercera) -- La jota ; La María Chuchena (Ensamble Continuo) -- Pasión / Guty Cárdenas ; Luis Rosado Vega (Guty Cárdenas, vocals, guitar) -- Aventurera / Agustín Lera (Los Tres Reyes) -- Máquina 501 (Antonio Federico, vocals ; Hipólito Romero, vocals, guitar ; Frank Moreno, accordion ; Paul Romero, guitar) -- El sinaloense / Severiano Briseño (Banda Los Guamuchileños) -- Canción / Santa Sabina ; Xavier Villarrutia (Santa Sabina, vocals, with instrumental ensemble) -- Nahuel ; Vienen cantando / Carlos Poncel de Perarlta (Mexicanto).
Subject LinkPopular music -- Mexico -- History and criticism.
LinkPopular music -- Mexico.

System Number 000678036
ISBN Link9780199812806
Link0199812802

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