Table of contents for Music, race & nation : mâusica tropical in Colombia / Peter Wade.

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A Note on Recorded Music
1. Introduction 1
National Identity
Race and Nation
Nation, Gender, Race, and Sexuality
Music, Identity, and Music Capitalism
2. La Costa and Música Costeña in the Colombian Nation
The Colombian Nation
La Costa in the Nation
The Identity of La Costa
Colombian Popular Music and Costeño Music
3. Origin Myths: The Historiography of Costeño Music
Cultural Dynamics in the Nineteenth Century
4. Music, Class, and Race in La Costa, 1930-1950
Class in Barranquilla, 1920s-1940s
Changes in Music, 1920s-1940s
Music, Class, and Race in La Costa
5. (Alegría! Costeño Music Hits the Heartland, 1940-1950
Bogotá and Medelln before Costeño Music
The Beginnings of Costeño Music in the Colombian Interior
Costeño Music: Reaction and Counterreaction
6. The Golden Era of Costeño MusicCand After
"Al Ritmo Paisa": The Recording Industry
Changes in Costeño Music, 1950-1980
7. Costeños and Costeño Music in the Interior: Rejection and Adaptation, 1950s-1980s
Bogota: Resistance
Medellín: "More Costeño than La Costa"?
The Costeños in Bogotá and Medellín
Ownership, Embodiment, and Identity
8. Multiculturalism and Nostalgia: The 1990s
Patterns of Consumption in the 1990s
Reviving Old Costeño Music
Costeño Music and Costeño Identity
A "Multicultural" Nation
9. Conclusion: Writing about Colombian Music
Appendix A: List of Interviewees
Appendix B: Musical Examples
References Cited

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mâusica tropical Colombia History and criticism, Music and race, Music Social aspects Colombia