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Southern cone of South America—Argentina, Chile, Uruguay o Violeta Para (leader), celebration of the common man, cultural imperialism, social criticisms, supports of political change o Collection of folk songs and dances Nueva Cancion: Victor Jara “El Aparecido” 1967 (CD 3 #1) Inti Illimani (Group name) (Quichau: “sun,” name of a mountain in Bolivia). Nueva cancion ensemble Art song, guitar, kena Metrical rhythm (Chilean cueca rhythm) o Sesquialtera, present in a Mexican huasteco, Columbian bambuco, Argentinian chacarera, Peruvian marinera folk music forms Victor Jara’s “El Aparecido” Alteration of major and minor scales o In and yo scales, slendro and pelog scales o Variants of minor scales o Vocal section o Instrumental section o Refrain in major scale o Song concludes in minor scales o Mix of scales in traditional Chilean music “El Aparecido” Commentary Listen to minor or home key, major key, sesquiltera meter, kena, refrain, stanza, or strophe, octave higher Counterpoint or polyphony Lyrics: on Ernesto Che Guevara Revolutionary figure Climax of music: correle, correle Political landscape of Latin America in 1950-1970 o Plaza de Mayo massacre (1955) o Batista’s government, Cuban revolution (1959) o Fall of Joao Goulart in Brazil (1964) o More guerrilla activities in Peru and Bolivia o Ernesto Che Guevera’s death in Bolivia (1967) o Victory of Unidad Popular in Chile (1970) Salvador Allende Other Neuva cancion composers and works Victor Jara “El Lazo” “La plegaria a un Labrador” (1969), “Preguntas por Puerto Montt” (March 1969) Edmundo Perez Aukovich Violeta Pera “What Will the Pope Say?” Jara’s death
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  • Spring '13
  • GeorgeDor
  • Music, Nueva Cancion, Minor scale, Quechua

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