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Virtuoso mariachi

Author: Jeff Nevin
Publisher: Lanham, MD : University Press of America, ©2002.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeff Nevin
ISBN: 0761821732 9780761821731
OCLC Number: 48256319
Description: xiv, 258 p. : music ; 22 cm.
Contents: I. What is mariachi? --
1. Folk music origins --
2. The move to the city --
3. The transition to an art music --
4. Common vs. virtuoso mariachi --
5. The modern virtuoso mariachi --
6. What is mariachi? --
II. The mariachi style --
7. Teaching methods --
8. The origins of a trumpet style --
9. The extent of matching sound --
10. The introduction of the trumpet --
11. Confirmation --
II.A. Vibrato --
12. Differentiation and blend --
13. Extra-mariachi vocal examples --
14. Mahler V --
15. Bolero vibrato --
16. Vibrato summation --
II.B. Phrasing --
17. Rubato --
18. Bolero rubato --
19. Further thought on rubato --
20. Son phrasing --
21. Hayden's trumpet concerto --
22. Son vibrato and articulation --
II.C. Mariachi song styles --
23. Ranchera --
24. Huapango --
25. Polka --
26. Paso doble --
27. Corrido --
28. Vals --
29. Transcriptions --
30. Cumbia --
31. Joropo --
III. The modern virtuosos --
32. Introduction to the modern virtuoso : aesthetics and voice --
33. Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlán, re-introduced --
34. The trumpet and Rubén Fuentes --
III.A. Mariachi Vargas today --
35. El Viajero --
36. Yo Se Perder --
37. Their revisionist aesthetic --
III.B. Mariachi Cobre --
38. La Madrugada --
39. Their perfectionist aesthetic --
III.C. Mariachi Sol de México de José L. Hernández --
40. México Vive --
41. Their constructionist aesthetic --
42. Transcriptions --
43. Concerto for mariachi and orchestra, Pasíon Mexicana / José L. Hernández, Jeff Nevin --
III.D. Conclusions --
44. A tradition of innovation --
Appendix --
Appendix A. Mariachi Sinfónico Champaña Nevín and Florencia Tinoco Barone --
Appendix B. A proposal for Vihuela notation --
Appendix B.1. Naming --
Appendix B.2. Rhythm or pitch? --
Appendix B.3. Special effects : Apagón and Rasgueado --
Appendix B.4. Direction of strum --
Appendix B.5. Caballito --
Appendix %.6. Chord designations --
Appendix C. A proposal for Guitarrón notation --
Appendix C.1. Guitarrón pitch notation --
Appendix C.2. Special effects --
Appendix C.3. Caballito rhythm --
Appendix D. Concerto for mariachi and orchestra, Pasión Mexicana text --
Mariachi on the Web.
Responsibility: Jeff Nevin.

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