Table of contents for Music in the Andes : experiencing music, expressing culture / Thomas Turino.

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CONTENTS
Forward 		xi
Preface		xii
CD Track List		xvii
	1. Indigenous Wind Ensembles and Community	 	1
		Indigenous Identity and Aymara Social Style	
		Musical Style	
 	 Participatory Music Making in Conima	
		Festivals in Conima	
		 Año Nuevo	
		 San Isidro (May 14-15)	
	2. Charango String Traditions	
		The Indigenous Charango of Canas, Cusco	
		The Mestizo Charango
		Indigenous and Mestizo Charango Styles Compared	
	3. Dance Dramas in Mestizo Catholic Festivals	
		The Virgen of Carmen	
		Festival Activities		
		The Dance Troupes		
4.	Andean Music in Andean Cities: The Case of Lima, Peru	
Nationalism in the 1920s	
Regional ¿Country Music¿ in Lima	
Highland Regional Associations	
Chicha Music and the Children of Andean Migrants	 
Technocumbia		
	5. Andean Music in the Cities of the World	
		Cosmopolitanism as a Type of Cultural Formation	 
		From Buenos Aires and Paris to the Cities of the World	
		¿Andean Folkloric Music¿ in the Andes	
	 Glossary		
	 References	
	 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Muisc -- Andes Region -- History and criticism.