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Censorship of nueva cancion name changed performances

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Censorship of Nueva cancion, name changed, performances banned, Inti Illimani exiled in Italy until in 1988 Inti Illimani Evolved after 15 years Indigenous instruments include panpipes, charango, and kena Musicians as agents of political change Political agency of music Advantage of indirect song texts Censorship Folk music and new national music idioms Socio-political landscapes and responses fyu Andean Panpipe Music Bolivian K’antu Music Andes: Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, and Ecuador Population: 7 million Language: Quechua Zampona: Spanish word for panpipe o Used in Nueva Cancion, other traditional genres o Panpipe traditions date back from the 15 th century “Kutirimunapaq” aka “So that we can return” Ruphay: ensemble K’antu: cermonial panpipe music Semantic roots of k’antu Kallawaya: eastern Bolivia Andes Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia: Quechua Kallawaya: compensinos Ninokorin: “Kutirimunapaq” K’antu: 20-30 panpipe playing dancers dance in circular formation Phukuna, phykuy (blow) Wankara, ch’inisku Dry season (June-September) Transverse (horizontally held) flutes or duct flutes (vertically held) during the dry season Zampona in different sizes but same construction Ira (6 set), male principle, arca (7 set) female principle Parallelism in 8ves, 5ths, and 4ths Organum early Christian chants, middle ages, also medieval music Parallelism and pentatonic scaled by Gogo of Tanzania, Ewe of Ghana Hocketing Africa: jongo dance of Kasena, akadinda, xylophone Baganda of Uganda Communal way of music making Hocketing, Kuna Indians of Panama guli panpipes, six tubes
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