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.
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