Musical Ritual In Mexico City

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This book offers a comprehensive history and ethnography of musical rituals in the world's largest city.
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Musical Ritual in Mexico City: From the Aztec to NAFTA

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This book offers a comprehensive history and ethnography of musical rituals in the world's largest city.
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Patricia Seed
This is a charming and engrossing account of the history of largely popular street (and public face-to-face) music in Mexico City and surrounding regions from pre-conquest to the dawn of the twenty-first century . . . done with a great deal of style and flair.
Patricia Seed
This is a charming and engrossing account of the history of largely popular street (and public face-to-face) music in Mexico City and surrounding regions from pre-conquest to the dawn of the twenty-first century . . . done with a great deal of style and flair.
Patricia Seed, Professor of History, Rice University
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780292726147
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2004
  • Pages: 354
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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MARK PEDELTY is Associate Professor on the faculty of the General College at the University of Minnesota.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
1. Introduction
Part I. The Mexica: 1325-1521
2. Tenochtitlán: 1325-1521
3. Mesoamerican Resonance
Part II. New Spain: 1521-1821
4. Colonial Mexico: 1521-1821
5. Colonial Resonance
Part III. The New Nation: 1821-1910
6. The First Century of Independence: 1821-1910
7. Nineteenth-Century Resonance
Part IV. The Revolution: 1910-1921
8. Revolutionary Mexico: 1910-1921
9. Revolutionary Resonance
Part V. Modern Mexico: 1921-1968
10. Bolero and Danzón during the Postrevolutionary Era
11. Bolero and Danzón Today
12. Classical Nationalism during the Postrevolutionary Era
13. Classical Nationalism Today
14. Ranchera during the Postrevolutionary Era and at Mid-Century
15. Ranchera Today
Part VI. Contemporary Mexico: 1968-2002
16. Popular Music Today
17. Conclusion
Appendix 1. Theory and Methodology
Appendix 2. Timeline
Appendix 3. Discography
Bibliography
Index
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