South America 1 - Nueva Cancion protests oppression and...

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Worlds of Music, Chapter 9 South America: Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
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South America Spanish and Portuguese colonial history Indigenous (Native American) cultural heritage Andes: Quichua and Aymara African and African American traditions Mixture is the norm; for example, Colombian music uses: Spanish language and literary forms African type percussion indigenous flutes
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1950s-60s South America violent social and political confrontations throughout South America and Caribbean Victor Jara (1938-1973)
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Unformatted text preview: Nueva Cancion protests oppression and cultural imperialism first developed in southern part of South America (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay), 1950s, 60s El Aparecido nueva cancion sesquialtera major and minor scales counterpoint dedicated to Che Guavara hero/outlaw figure Inti Illima on tour in Italy 1973 could not return for 15 years during exile toured 60 countries now wider appeal, play wide variety of genres...
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