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Music(al Nationalism) in Latin America WEEK 12: MUSIC AND MODERNISM: CROSSING THE ATLANTIC Lecture 31: Wednesday, November 10 Now listening: Rafael Chaves Torres, Duelo de la Patria (National Mourn or Mourn of the Country) Please turn in Concert Report #2
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Richard Taruskin. "Nationalism." Grove Music Online . Oxford Music Online . 23 Oct. 2010 http://www.oxfordmusiconline.com.ezproxy.lib.utexas.edu/subscriber/article/grove/music/50846 Nationalism is recognized by historians and sociologists as a major factor in European cultural ideology by the end of the 18th century , and it has been arguably the dominant factor in geopolitics since the end of the 19th . Its multifarious impact on the arts, and on music in particular , has directly paralleled its growth and spread. Lecture 24: Monday, October 25 (Program Music and Musical Nationalism)
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Music as ID The soul of the Nation Transformation and appropriation Use of national symbols : language, folk music, national stories Integration into international genres Patriotism Craving for independence (and identity) Sense of pride National music narratives: use of folklore (ethnographic project) celebration of heroes, events, or places National consciousness, national unity, solidarity, etc. Lecture 24: Monday, October 25 (Program Music and Musical Nationalism)
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During the elite-nationalist period in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, cosmopolitan style European military music, Italian-opera- inspired anthems, and art music with vernacular references —were the main forms of musical nationalism. This music functioned to […] legitimate states and to maintain elite distinction from the masses, underlining the restricted concept of 'nation' at that time. These types remain as an older strata of musical nationalism still operating in contemporary Latin American states alongside the newer reformist or 'folkloric' types of nationalist music. Turino, Thomas. Nationalism and Latin American Music: Selected Case Studies and Theoretical Considerations. Latin American Music Review , Volume 24, Number 2, Fall/Winter 2003 , pp. 169-209 (Article)
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Rafael Chaves Torres (1839-1908) El Duelo De La Patria (National Mourn or Mourn of the Country) (1882) In Memorian Tomás Guardia, president of Costa Rica (1870-76, 1877-82) Funerals Alfonso XII King of Spain Queen Victoria of England François Carnot, President of France Holy Week Good Friday Tomás Guardia
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Imagination Self-determination
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