Quelle:Abingdon, Oxon ;, Volume ASHSER-1426, United Kingdom, p.xi, 245 pages : (2019)
Schlüsselwörter:America, History., Music, Political aspects, Social aspects, Social movements
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction. Sonic politics : music and the narration of the social in the Americas from the 1960s to the present / Olaf Kaltmeier and Wilfried Raussert -- Singing resistance, rebellion, and revolution into being : collective political action and song / Helen Cordes and Eric Selbin -- African American music in the Americas : slavery, sounds, and forms of knowledge / Ulfried Reichardt -- Only a pawn in their game? : civil rights sounding signatures in the summer of 1963 / Frank Mehring -- Inter-public-agenda-setting effect through political activism : the role of hip hop music in the 2004 U.S. presidential election / María de los Ángeles Flores, Carol L. Adams-Means, and Maxwell E. McCombs -- Calling out around the world : how soul music transnationalized the African American freedom struggle in the black power era (1965-1975) / Matti Steinitz -- Si una vez : chicana sensibilities and xicanista soundscapes / Miriam Strube -- Hip hop in Ciudad Juarez : a form of political participation / María del Carmen de la Peza C -- The fandango sin fronteras movement and sonic migrations : performing community across borders / Wilfried Raussert -- The search for a new collective epic in Nicaragua's post-revolutionary music / Luis E. Duarte -- Rockin' for Pachamama : political struggle and the narration of history in Ecuadorian rock music / Olaf Kaltmeier -- Punk is dead. Or is it? Strategies of subcultural positioning in the (re-)making of the punk movement / Martin Butler -- Political pie-throwing : Dead Kennedys and the yippie-punk continuum / Michael Stewart Foley.This volume analyses the narration of the social through music and the seismographic function of music to detect social problems and envision alternatives. Beyond state-driven attempts to link musical production to the official narrative of the nation, mass musical movements emerged during the 20th century that provided countercultural and alternative narratives of the prevailing social context. The Americas contain numerous examples of the strong connection between music and politics; Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land" envisioned a socialist transformation of the U.S., the Chilean Nueva Cancin created a narrative and affective frame for the recognition of popular culture as a central element of the cultural politics of the Chilean way to socialism, and Reggae emerged as a response to British colonialism, drawing inspiration and guidance from the pan-Africanist visions of Marcus Garvey. Providing a significant contribution to the study of music and politics/social movements from an inter-American perspective, this book will appeal to students and scholars of U.S. and Latin American Cultural Studies, Transnational Studies, History and Political Studies, Area Studies, and Music Studies.