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Javier F. LeÃ³n and Helena Simonett curate a collection of essential writings from the last twenty-five years of Latin American music studies. Chosen as representative, outstanding, and influential in the field, each article appears in English translation. A detailed new introduction by LeÃ³n and Simonett both surveys and contextualizes the history of Latin American ethnomusicology, opening the door for readers energized by the musical forms brought and nurtured by immigrants from throughout Latin America. Contributors: Marina Alonso BolaÃ±os, JosÃ© Jorge de Carvalho, Maria IgnÃªz Cruz Mello, Gonzalo Camacho DÃaz, Claudio F. DÃaz, Rodrigo Cantos Savelli Gomes, Juan Pablo GonzÃ¡lez, Javier F. LeÃ³n, RubÃ©n LÃ³pez Cano, Angela LÃ¼hning, Jorge MartÃnez Ulloa, Julio MendÃvil, Carlos MiÃ±ana Blasco, RaÃºl R. Romero, IÃ±igo SÃ¡nchez Fuarros, Carlos Sandroni, Carolina SantamarÃa Delgado, Helena Simonett, Rodrigo Torres Alvarado, and Alejandro Vera.
Number of Pages: 449
Genre: Music, Language + Art + Disciplines
Publisher: Univ of Illinois Pr
Street Date: July 31, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-22-5196