OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Musica Tipica: Cumbia and the Rise of Musical Nationalism in Panama

ISBN : 9780190936464

参考価格(税込): 
¥19,250
著者: 
Sean Bellaviti
ページ
328 ページ
フォーマット
Hardcover
サイズ
156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2020年11月
シリーズ
Currents in Latin American & Iberian Music
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The Panama Canal is a world-famous site central to the global economy, but the social, cultural, and political history of the country along this waterway is little known outside its borders. In Musica Tipica, author Sean Bellaviti sheds light on a key element of Panamanian culture, namely the story of cumbia or, as Panamanians frequently call it, "musica tipica," a form of music that enjoys unparalleled popularity throughout Panama. Through extensive archival and ethnographic research, Bellaviti reconstructs a twentieth-century social history that illuminates the crucial role music has played in the formation of national identities in Latin America. Focusing, in particular, on the relationship between cumbia and the rise of populist Panamanian nationalism in the context of U.S. imperialism, Bellaviti argues that this hybrid musical form, which forges links between the urban and rural as well as the modern and traditional, has been essential to the development of a sense of nationhood among Panamanians. With their approaches to musical fusion and their carefully curated performance identities, cumbia musicians have straddled some of the most pronounced schisms in Panamanian society.

目次: 

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chapter 1: Puente del Mundo: Isthmian Geography, Culture and the Development of Cultural Nationalism
Chapter 2: Early Musica Tipica and Its Antecedents
Chapter 3: Accordion Conjuntos and the Commercialization of Panamanian Musica Tipica
Chapter 4: A Listener's Guide to Musica Tipica
Chapter 5: The Professional's Guide to Performing Musica Tipica: The Day-to-Day Life of a Conjunto
Chapter 6: Standing Out While Fitting In: Genre, Style and How to Tell Conjuntos Apart
Chapter 7: El Baile del Pueblo: The Challenges of Presenting and Performing Musica Tipica
Epilogue: July 2018
Bibliography

著者について: 

Sean Bellaviti is Adjunct Professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. His research interests include the development of musical nationalism in Panama, genre studies, the political economy of Latin America and Caribbean popular music and dance, and folk music collections in the Americas. More recently, he has embarked on a new research project best described as a social history of Toronto's salsa scene.

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