Bibliography

FURTHER READING

English-Language Sources

General

Olsen, Dale.

2002 Music of El Dorado: The Ethnomusicology of Ancient South American Cultures. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press. (study of pre-Hispanic musical instruments in the Andean region).

Stevenson, Robert

1976 Music in Inca and Aztec Territory, 2nd ed. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. (pioneering study of music in the Inca and Aztec empires).

Tomlinson, Gary

2007 The Singing of the New World: Indigenous Voice in the Era of European Contact. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (recent study of Inca and Aztec musics at the time of the Spanish conquest).

Bolivia

Bigenho, Michelle

2002 Sounding Indigenous: Authenticity in Bolivian Music Performance. New York: Palgrave.

Buechler, Hans

1980 The Masked Media: Aymara Fiestas and Social Interaction in the Bolivian Highlands. The Hague: Mouton (detailed ethnography of Aymara festivals, including music and dance, in Bolivia).

Goldstein, Daniel

2004 The Spectacular City: Violence and Performance in Urban Bolivia. Durham and London: Duke University Press (recent ethnography of folkloric festivals and social violence in the city of Cochabamba).

Rios, Fernando

2005 "Music in Urban La Paz, Bolivian Nationalism, and the Early History of Cosmopolitan Andean Music, 1936–1970." PhD dissertation (ethnomusicology), University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (groundbreaking study on the early development of the international "Andean band" phenomenon and its relation to Bolivian nationalism).

Stobart, Henry

2006 Music and the Poetics of Production in the Bolivian Andes. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Chile

Fairley, Jan, and David Horn, eds.

2002 I Sing the Difference: Identity and Commitment in Latin American Song. Liverpool: Institute of Popular Music (2002). (edited collection featuring essays on several seminal figures in the Chilean new song movement).

Jara, Joan

1983 Victor: An Unfinished Song. London: Cape (powerful memoir by the wife of new song star and martyr Victor Jara).

Party, Daniel

2006 "Bolero and Balada as the Guilty Pleasures of Latin American Pop." PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania (study of Latin American pop ballads, specifically the bolero and balada, focusing on their reception among Chilean audiences).

Ecuador

Harrison, Regina

1989 Signs, Songs, and Memory in the Andes: Translating Quechua Language and Culture. Austin: University of Texas Press (comparative study of contemporary and historical Quechua song texts and language, with a focus on indigenous women’s songs in lowland Ecuador).

Meisch, Lynn

2002 Andean Entrepreneurs: Otavalo Merchants and Musicians in the Global Arena. Austin: University of Texas Press (explores transnational migration by musicians and weavers from Otavalo, Ecuador).

Schechter, John

1992 The Indispensable Harp: Historical Development, Modern Roles, Configurations, and Performance Practices in Ecuador and Latin America. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press (combined historical study of the harp in South America with an ethnography of harp performance in northern Ecuador).

Wibbelsman, Michelle

2009 Ritual Encounters: Otavalan Modern and Mythic Community. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Peru

Arguedas, José María

1957 The Singing Mountaineers: Songs and Tales of the Quechua People. Edited and translated by Ruth Stephan. Austin: University of Texas Press (translation of important essays and works by a renowned Peruvian folklorist and author).

Den Otter, Elisabeth

1985 Music and Dance of Indians and Mestizos in an Andean Valley of Peru. Delft: Eburon (ethnography of music and dance traditions in the Ancash region of highland Peru).

Feldman, Heidi

2006 Black Rhythms of Peru: Reviving African Musical Heritage in the Black Pacific. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Mendoza, Zoila

2000 Shaping Society Through Dance: Mestizo Ritual Performance in the Peruvian Andes. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Olsen, Dale

2004 The Chrysanthemum and the Song: Music, Memory, and Identity in the South American Japanese Diaspora. Gainesville: University Press of Florida (study of music’s place among Japanese diasporic communities in South America, particularly in Lima).

Romero, Raúl Renato

2001 Debating the Past: Music, Memory, and Identity in the Andes. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Turino, Thomas

1993 Moving Away From Silence: Music of the Peruvian Altiplano and the Experience of Urban Migration. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (ethnography of panpipe music performance in the Puno region of southern Peru and among migrants to the capital city).

2007 Music in the Andes: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture. New York: Oxford University Press.

Spanish-Language Sources

General

Baumann, Max Peter, ed.

1996 Cosmología y Música en los Andes. Frankfurt: Vervuert; Madrid: Iberoamericana (conference proceedings from a symposium on music, ritual, and cosmology in the Andes).

Cánepa Koch, Gisela, ed.

2001 Identidades Representadas: Performance, Experiencia y Memoria en los Andes. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (edited collection of essays on music, dance, and ritual in the Andes).

Gruszcznska-Ziolkowska, Anna

1995 El Poder del Sonido: El Papel de las Crónicas Españolas en la Etnomusicología Andina. Cayambe, Ecuador: Ediciones Abya-Yala (study of early Spanish chronicles and their descriptions of pre-Hispanic Andean musical life).

Bolivia

Auza León, Atiliano

1985 Historia de la Música Boliviana. La Paz: Editorial Los Amigos del Libro (history of Bolivian art music by a prominent twentieth century composer).

Mamani, Mauricio

1987 Los Instrumentos Musicales en los Andes Bolivianos. La Paz: Museo Nacional de Etnografía y Folklore (encyclopedia of musical instruments from the Bolivian highlands).

Chile

Danneman, Manuel

1998 Enciclopedia del Folclore de Chile. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Universitaria (encyclopedia of folk traditions, including music, in Chile).

Valdés, Samuel Claro, Carmen Peña Fuenzalida, and María Isabel Quevedo Cifuentes.

1994 Chilena o Cueca Traditional. Santiago: Ediciones Universidad Católica de Chile (study of the cueca, Chile’s national dance).

Varas, José Miguel, and Juan Pablo González, eds.

2005 En Busca de la Música Chilena: Crónica y Antología de una Historia Sonora. Santiago de Chile: Publicaciones del Bicentenario (anthology of essays and other documents chronicling the history of folk, popular, and art music in Chile)

Ecuador

Coba Andrade, Carlos Alberto

1985 Danzas y Bailes en el Ecuador. Quito: Ediciones Abya-Yala. (overview of traditional Ecuadorian dances and their music).

Godoy Aguirre, Mario

2004 La Música en la época Colonial en la Presidencia y Real Audiencia de Quito. Quito: Empresa de Desarrollo del Centro Histórico (history of sacred music in Ecuador during the Spanish colonial era).

Guerrero Gutierrez, Pablo, and Juan Mullo Sandoval

2005 El Pasillo en la Ciudad de Quito. Quito: Museo de la Ciudad (history and development of the Ecuadorian pasillo).

Wong, Ketty

Forthcoming La Música Nacional: Identidad, Mestizaje y Migración en Ecuador. Havana: Casa de las Americas. (study of evolving Ecuadorian nationalism as represented in various genres of music).

Peru

Ascher, Heriberto, Pedro Belaunde, Salomón Lerner Febres, and María Lucía Carrillo, eds.

2006 100 años Sociedad Filarmónica de Lima. Lima: Sociedad Filarmónica de Lima (history of the Philharmonic Society in Lima, the principal organization presenting Western art music in the city).

Bolaños, César, et al., eds.

2007 La música en el Perú, 2nd ed. Lima: Fondo Editorial Filarmonía.

Estenssoro, Juan Carlos

1989 Música y Sociedad Coloniales, Lima 1680–1830. Lima: Editorial Colmillo Blanco (musicological study of Lima during the later Spanish colonial period).

Ferrier, Claude

2010 El Huayno con Arpa: Estilos Globales en la Nueva Música Popular Andina. Lima: Instituto de Etnomusicologia and Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos (musicological study of contemporary harp waynos in Peru).

Lloréns Amico, José Antonio

1983 Música Popular en Lima: Criollos y Andinos. Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos and Instituto Indigenista Interamericano (study of Andean and criollo popular culture in Lima).

Lloréns Amico, José Antonio, and Rodrigo Chocano Paredes

2010 Celajes, florestas y secretos: Una historia del vals popular limeño. Lima: Instituto Nacional de Cultura (recent history of the Peruvian vals).

Romero, Raúl

2002 Sonidos Andinos: Una Antología de la Música Campesina del Perú. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (anthology of rural and indigenous musics from Peru, including two CDs with historic field recordings).

2007 Andinos y Tropicales: La Cumbia Peruana en la Ciudad Global. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (traces the development of cumbia in Peru, including a DVD of the documentary Ciudad Chicha).

FURTHER LISTENING

Audio Recordings

Bolivia

Various artists

1982 Kjarkas: Canto a la Mujer de mi Pueblo. Lauro LPLR S-1408 (studio album by Bolivia’s most famous folklore band).

1987 Bolivia: Panpipes. Auvidis-UNESCO D 8009. Paris: Auvidis (selection of panpipe traditional music from both Quechua- and Aymara-speaking peoples in Bolivia).

Chile

Various artists

1988 Chile: Hispano-Chilean Metisse Traditional Music. Auvidis Unesco Collection D8001 (introduction to the Hispanic musical traditions of Chile, including the cueca).

2003 Nueva Canción Chilena: Antología Definitiva. 3-CD set. Santiago: Warner Music Chile (55-song compilation representing the most important artists and songs of the new song movement).

Ecuador

Various artists

2003 Papá Roncón y Katanga: Marimba Magia. Oriente RIEN CD 43. Quito: Oriente Musik (studio album by a renowned Afro-Ecuadorian marimba player).

2006 Ñanda Mañachi. Quito: Ediciones Pentagrama (studio album by one of the most famous Ecuadorian bands from the Otavalo region).

2007 Soul Vine Shaman. Recorded in Ecuador by Neelon Crawford, notes by Norman Whitten, Jr. Polar Fine Arts (live field recording of an ayahuasca healing ceremony in the Ecuadorian Amazon)

Peru

Various artists

1989, 1993 Huayno Music of Peru, vol. 1–2. 2-CD set, CD 320 and CD 338. El Cerrito, CA: Arhoolie Productions (re-issue of historic wayno recordings from the genre’s "golden age" in the 1950s–70s).

1995–2002 Traditional Music of Peru, vol. 1–8. 8-CD set, SF CD 40466-69 and SF CD 40448-51. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings (extensive set of field recordings of traditional highland Peruvian music produced by the Institute of Ethnomusicology in Lima).

2001 Crónica del Rock Peruano. 4-CD set, compiled by Pedro Cornejo. Lima: El Comercio (anthology of Peruvian rock music, from the1960s to 2000).

FURTHER VIEWING

Canepa Koch, Gisela

1994 Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen del Paucartambo. Lima, Peru: Instituto de Etnomusicología, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (one in a series of ethnographic documentaries published by the Institute of Ethnomusicology, this film focuses on one of the largest fiestas and dance-dramas in the Andean region).

1984 Cohen, John. Mountain Music of Peru. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media LLS (documentary by North American folk musician and documentarian John Cohen about music in highland Peru).

Cohen, John

1992 Dancing with the Incas. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media LLS (portrays the lives of wayno singers in Peru in the midst of the Shining Path conflict).

Jensen, Maya

2009 Solidarity in Saya: An Afro-Bolivian Music Movement (documentary about the Afro-Bolivian musical genre saya and its role in contemporary community and political affairs; available from http://www.solidarityinsaya.com/).

Parot, Carmen Luz

2003 El Derecho de Vivir en Paz ("The Right to Live in Peace"). Santiago: Warner Music Chile (documentary about the life, music, and death of Victor Jara).

Ráez, Omar, and Raúl Romero

2005 Ciudad Chicha. Lima, Peru: Instituto de Etnomusicología, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (documentary traces the history of cumbia music in Peru; DVD is packaged with the book Andinos y Tropicáles by Raul Romero).

Rojas, Efraín

2007 Fusión: Banda Sonora del Perú. Lima, Peru: Instituto de Etnomusicología, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (documentary on fusion music in Peru, including information on persons such as Yma Sumac as well as interviews with contemporary musicians including Susana Baca; packaged with eponymous book).

Teplitsky, Mitchell

2008 Soy Andina. New York: Lucuma Films (documentary that follows the journeys of two New York women who return to Peru to explore their cultural identity through learning and participating in music and dance traditions).

Wissler, Holly

2007 Kusisqa Waqashayku (From Grief and Joy We Sing). Cuzco: n.p. (documentary on music and ritual among the Q’eros people of Cuzco, Peru).