Rap, Reggae, Rock, or Samba: The Local and the Global in Brazilian Popular Music (1985-95)

@article{Bhague2006RapRR,
  title={Rap, Reggae, Rock, or Samba: The Local and the Global in Brazilian Popular Music (1985-95)},
  author={Gerard H. B{\'e}hague},
  journal={Latin American Music Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={79 - 90}
}
The notion of the global village and of the globalization of pop culture in the 1980s and 1990s has been perhaps overtaxed; the word “globalization” itself keeps losing its edge and thus needs to be re-sharpened periodically. In tackling the Western impact on world music in the 1980s, Bruno Nettl reached the indisputable conclusion that our century has been a period of musically “unprecedented diversity” (1985, 3), given the “intense interchange of musical ideas.” The result of this intense… Expand
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