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07-08 Latin American Music - Latin American Musical...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  10/22/09 Latin American Musical Traditions  in the U.S. Music in America Dr. Andrew Connell James Madison University
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 10/22/09 Mexican Musical Traditions in the U.S.   Pre-Columbian Mexico Mayan and Aztec empires  Spanish  conquistadores  1519  Mexican Independence 1824 Border Conflicts with U.S.  1910-1924 Mexican Revolution Mestizo  culture  @ 35 million Latinos in the U.S. A Brief Political and Cultural History of Mexico
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 10/22/09 Mexican Son SPANISH INFLUENCES Instruments guitar and violin harmony Literary forms copla & d é cima   AFRICAN INFLUENCES
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 10/22/09 Son Jarocho Veracruz (Southeast Gulf coast) Instrumentation: Harp ( arpa ) Requinto Jarana 2 singers
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“La Bamba” Earliest reported performance 1755 Ritchie Valens scored a Top 40 hit in  1958     LISTEN : traditional version  Son Jarocho style
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 10/22/09 Mariachi Jalisco (S.W.) son jalisciense Instruments: violins vihuela guitarr ó n
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