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The Garland encyclopedia of world music. Volume 2, South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean

Author: Dale A Olsen; Daniel Edward Sheehy
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 1998.
Series: Garland encyclopedia of world music, v. 2.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Garland's ambitious 10-volume series takes a cultural approach to its focus on the music of all the world's peoples. Each volume is arranged topically, regionally, or by ethnic group, and complemented by an extensive index. Although each volume will differ because of the nature of the material, the organization remains consistent throughout all: regional overviews first; music in the social context next; then  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dale A Olsen; Daniel Edward Sheehy
ISBN: 0824049470 9780824049478
OCLC Number: 40221674
Notes: Includes audio compact disc of selected audio examples.
Description: xix, 1081 pages : illustrations, maps, music ; 29 cm + 1 audio disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.).
Contents: Part 1. Introduction to the music cultures of the region --
A profile of the lands and people of South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean / Dale A. Olsen --
Approaches to musical scholarship / Olsen --
Part 2. Issues and processes in the music of South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean --
The distribution, symbolism and use of musical instruments / Olsen --
Musical genres and contexts / Anthony Seeger --
Social structure, musicians, and behavior / Seeger --
Musical dynamics / Seeger --
Native American musical cultures / Olsen --
Music of immigrant groups / Olsen --
Popular music: an introduction / Gage Averill --
Popular music in the English-, French-, and Creole-Speaking Caribbean / Averill --
Popular music of the Spanish-Speaking regions / Deborah Pacini Hernańdez --
Popular music of Brazil / Charles A. Perrone --
Art music / Olsen, Daniel E. Sheehy --
Part 3. Nations and musical traditions --
Section 1. Boundaries and musics of native South Americans --
The tropical-forest region / Seeger --
Moxo / Olsen --
Suya ́/ Seeger --
Tukano / Olsen --
Waiap̃i / Viktor Fuks --
Wayana / Fuks --
Yanomamo ̈/ Olsen --
Yekuana / Olsen --
Kogi / Olsen --
Warao / Olsen --
Guarani ́/ Timothy D. Watkins --
Quechua, Aymara / Thomas Turino --
Q'ero / John Cohen --
Mapuche / Carol E. Robertson --
Section 2. Countries and peoples of South America and their music --
The music of South America / Olsen --
Argentina / Ercilia Moreno Cha ́--
Cuarteto: Pop music of Argentina / Jane L. Florine --
Bolivia / Henry Stobart --
Brazil; Central and Southern Areas / Suzel Ana Reily --
Brazil: Northeast Area / Larry Crook --
Afro-Brazilian traditions / Gerard Beh́ague --
Chile / Juan Pablo Gonzaĺez --
Colombia / William J. Gradante --
Afro-Colombian traditions / Lawrence J. App --
Ecuador / John M. Schechter --
French Guiana / Jean-Michel Beaudet --
Guyana / Olivia Ahyoung --
Paraguay / Timothy D. Watkins --
Peru / Rauĺ R. Romero --
Afro-Peruvian traditions / William David Tompkins --
Surinam / Olsen --
Uruguay / Cha ́--
Venezuela / Max H. Brandt. Section 3. Mexico: one country, many musics --
The music of Mexico's native people / Daniel e. Sheehy --
Guarijio / J. Richard Haefer --
Mexica (Aztec or Nahua people) / Arturo Chamorro --
Mixtec / E. Fernando Nava L. --
Otopame (chichimec, Otomi,́ and Pame) / Nava L. --
Pureṕecha (Tarascan) / Chamorro --
Tarahumara / Haefer --
Yaqui and Mayo / James S. Griffith --
Yuma / Nava L. --
Mexica / Sheehy --
Section 4. Central America: connecting North and South America --
The music of Central America / Sheehy --
Bribri and Cabećar / Carlos A. Fernańdez --
Kuna / Sandra Smith --
Maya / Linda O'Brien-Rothe --
Miskitu / T. M. Scruggs --
Belize / Oliver Greene --
Costa Rica / Fernańdez --
El Salvador / Salvador Marroquiń --
Guatemala / O'Brien-Rothe --
Honduras / Scruggs --
Nicaragua / Scruggs --
Panama / Ronald R. Smith --
Section 5. Many islands, many sounds --
The music of the Caribbean / Martha Ellen Davis --
Antigua and Barbuda / Lorna McDaniel --
The Bahamas / Vivian Nina Michelle Wood --
Barbados / Janice Millington --
Cuba / Olavo Aleń Rodriǵuez --
Dominica / Jocelyne Guilbault --
The Dominican Republic / Davis --
Grenada (and Carriacou) / Lorna McDaniel --
Guadeloupe / Jocelyne Guilbault --
Haiti / Averill, Lois Wilcken --
Jamaica / Olive Lewin --
Martinique / Monique Desroches --
Montserrat / John Messenger --
Netherlands Antilles and Aruba / Sheehy --
Puerto Rico / Hećtor Vega Drouet --
St. Lucia / Guilbault --
Trinidad and Tobago / McDaniel --
The Virgin Islands / Sheehy. Audio CD contents. Yanomamö male shaman's curing song, excerpt (1:32) --
Yekuana male shaman's curing song, excerpt (1:02) --
Warao male wisiratu shaman's curing song, excerpt (1:33) --
Warao male hoarotu shaman's curing song, excerpt (0:49) --
Sikuriada (music for siku panpipes) (1:30) --
"Kulwa" (kupla, cobla) (1:19) --
Lichiwayu notch flutes (1:36) --
"Walata Grande" ('Great Walata') huayño (1:21) --
Tarkeada (music for tarka flutes) (2:17) --
"Lunesta, martesta" ('Mondays, Tuesdays') (2:02) --
Folia de Reis (Folia of the Magi) (1:52) --
Moçambique (1:19) --
"É bonito cantar" ('Singing is beautiful'), cantoria of the embolada genre (1:30) --
Forró do pife (forró for banda de pifanos) (1:53) --
Forró de sanfona (forró for accordion) (1:26) --
"Boa noite todo povo" ('Good night everyone'), a maracatú rural (rural maracatú) (1:46) --
Canto a lo pueta ('song of the poet'), also called décima (1:47) --
"Tengo que hacer un barquito" ('I have to make a little boat'), cueca dance-song (1:43) --
Song by blind rondador (panpipe) player (0:59) --
Song in Quechua about a young man, alone in the world, looking for a wife (2:14) --
Huayno (Andean dance-song) (2:35) --
Festival de la Virgen del Carmen (patronal festival dedicated to the Virgin of Carmen) (1:30) --
"No lo cuentes a nadie" ('Don't tell anyone'), huayno (2:42) --
"Quien a visto aquél volcán" ('Whoever has seen this volcano' [El Misti]), yaraví from Puquina, Arequipa (2:44) --
"Zancudito," hatajo de negritos (2:02) --
"La Catira" ('The light-haired woman') (2:42) --
Festival de San Juan (patronal festival of Saint John) (1:41) --
"Cuaulleros" (1:47) --
Danza de corpus (Corpus Christi dance) (1:22) --
"Siquisirí," son jarocho (3:31) --
"Ámalihaní," the cnetral rite of ancestor placation in a Garifuna family dügü ceremony (2:16).
Series Title: Garland encyclopedia of world music, v. 2.
Other Titles: South America, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
Responsibility: Dale A. Olsen and Daniel E. Sheehy, editors.

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