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Puerto Rican Music and Cultural Identity: Creative Appropriation of Cuban Sources from Danza to Salsa
L'A. explique comment les Porto-Ricains et les Nuyoricains se sont appropries les formes musicales cubaines comme symboles de leur propre identite culturelle. La « danza » est une adaptation de la «Expand
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Music as symbol, music as simulacrum: postmodern, pre-modern, and modern aesthetics in subcultural popular musics
Postmodern aesthetics has come to be recognised as a salient feature of much popular culture, including music. Urban subcultures, and especially migrant subcultures, may have inherent inclinationsExpand
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Popular Music in India: 1901–86
The dramatic development of popular music in India illustrates some of the complex and varied ways that South Asians have used art and entertainment as a means of adapting and relating to the socialExpand
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Caribbean Currents: Caribbean Music from Rumba to Reggae
Preface Map The Caribbean at a Glance 1. Introduction: The Caribbean Crucible The Indian Heritage The African Heritage Patterns of Musical Retention The European Heritage Creolization 2. Cuba A DayExpand
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East Indian music in the West Indies : tān-singing, chutney, and the making of Indo-Caribbean culture
  • P. Manuel
  • History
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
  • 1 November 2001
List of Maps, Illustrations, and Musical Examples Preface Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. The Development of Local-Classical Music 3. The 1960s to the Present: Efflorescence and Decline 4.Expand
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Popular Musics of the Non-Western World: An Introductory Survey
This volume sets out to examine non-Western urban music styles, from familiar genres like reggae and salsa to the lesser-known regional styles of Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, the MiddleExpand
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The Saga of a Song: Authorship and Ownership in the Case of "Guantanamera"
This article constitutes a case study in the interaction between a localized form of music-making that emerged from oral tradition on the periphery of the Euro-American commercial mainstream and theExpand
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The cassette industry and popular music in North India
Since the early 1970s the advent of cassette technology has had a profound effect on music industries worldwide. This influence has been particularly marked in the developing world, where cassettesExpand
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