Collection : Music in the Andes [Disque encarté]

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Title
Music in the Andes [Disque encarté]
Document status
Published
Recording context
Terrain
Recording period
1982 - 1986
Year published
2008
Access type
metadata
Corpus
Global music series collections (2004-2011)

Geographic and cultural informations

States / nations
Bolivie, Pérou
Populations / social groups

Legal notices

Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Booklet author
Turino, Thomas
Publisher reference
CNRSMH_E_2014_014
Bibliographic references
Music in the Andes : experiencing music, expressing culture / Thomas Turino. - New York : Oxford University Press, 2008. - 1 vol. (XVIII, 154 p.) : ill. ; 22 cm. + 1 compact disque (digital ; 4 3/4 in.) - (Global Music Series).
Includes bibliographical references (p. 148-149) and index. - ISBN : 978-0-19-530674-3.
Ouvrage consultable à la bibliothèque du CREM, cote 2.3TUR
Legal rights
Restreint (enregistrement édité)

Archiving data

Code
CNRSMH_E_2014_014_001
Mode of acquisition
Achat (crédit CREM)
Record author
- Auteur
Secondary edition
Non
Comments
Mode d'acquisition : Achat CREM 2013.
Contents : Indigenous wind ensembles and community -- Charango string traditions -- Dance dramas in mestizo Catholic festivals -- Andean music in Andean cities : the case of Lima, Peru -- Andean music in the cities of the world.
Record writer
Adeline Montintin, 2013 (CDD Culture)
Last modification
Jan. 31, 2014, 12:58 p.m.
Items finished
A faire (34 items)
Conservation site
CREM : Bibliothèque (2.3TUR)

Technical data

Estimated duration
01:19:00
Collection size
0 bytes
Number of components (medium / piece)
1
Number of items
2
Archive format
CD, Ø 12 cm, Stéréo

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Description
Music in the Andes is one of the first books to offer a comprehensive overview of the uniquely rich and diverse musical crossroads of southern Peru and Bolivia. It explores the ways in which modern styles meet and interact with older, indigenous music to create a continuously evolving musical heritage. The book examines the major contemporary indigenous, mestizo, and urban musical traditions of the region through a series of case studies. Throughout the book, author Thomas Turino underscores the dynamic interplay between musical/cultural continuity and innovation. He also emphasizes the exceptional communicative potential of music, dance, and festivals to express ethnic, class, regional, national, and gendered identities. In addition, he considers the ethical and stylistic differences between "participatory" and "presentational" modes of making music.
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Items

Title Digitized Recordist Location Year of recording Code
[Pour géo-localisation] _01 Pérou CNRSMH_E_2014_014_001_01
[Pour géo-localisation] _02 Bolivie CNRSMH_E_2014_014_001_02