Song a Social Change in Latin America offers seven essays from a diverse group of scholars on the topic of music as a reflection of the many social-political upheavals throughout Latin America from the 20th century to the present. Topics covered include: the TropicAilia movement in Brazil, the Nueva CanciA³n in Central America, Rock in Mexico, Argentina, Chile and Peru, the Vallenato in Colombia, Trova in Cuba, and urban music of Puerto Rico in the mid-20th century. The collection also includes five interviews from prominent and up-and-coming musicians aRuben Blades, Roy Brown, Habana Abierta, Ana Tijoux, and Marea representing a variety of musical genres and political issues in Central America, the Caribbean, South America, and Mexico.And the fact that in my house our roles werena#39;t defined by gender. It was my job to make food, wash clothes, get water from the well, and deal with the electricity when a fuse had blown. We never had specific tasks just because of gender, like anbsp;...
|Title||:||Song and Social Change in Latin America|
|Author||:||Lauren E. Shaw|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2013-04-04|