Sounds of the Modern Nation: Music, Culture, and Ideas in Post-Revolutionary Mexico (Studies In Latin America & Car)

Sounds of the Modern Nation: Music, Culture, and Ideas in Post-Revolutionary Mexico (Studies In Latin America & Car)

By: Alejandro L. Madrid (author)Hardback

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How the relationships between avant-garde music and ideas of modernity in post-revolutionary Mexico shaped discourses of nationality

About Author

Alejandro L. Madrid is Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is the author of Nor-tec Rifa! Electronic Dance Music from Tijuana to the World and co-editor (with Ignacio Corona) of Postnational Musical Identities. Cultural Production, Distribution, and Consumption in a Globalized Scenario.

Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction: History, Ideas, Musical Writing, and the Writing of Music 1. Modernism, Teleology, and Identity: Toward a Cultural Understanding of Julian Carillo's Sonodo 13 2. The Avant-Garde as a Site of Identification: Style and Ideology in Carlos Chavez's Early Music 3. Manuel M. Ponce, from Nineteenth-Century Modernismo to Twentieth-Century Modernism 4. The Sounds of the Nation, Modernity, and Tradition: The First National Congress of Music as Synecdoche of Discourses 5. Porfirian Music in Revolutionary Times: Atzimba and the Imagination of "the Indigenous" 6. Ideas, Canon, Revolution, and Places in History: Carlos Chavez and His Relationships with Julian Carrillo and Manual M. Ponce Notes Bibliography Index

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  • ISBN13: 9781592136940
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9781592136940
  • ISBN10: 159213694X

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