Anthro 138Q

 

Latino Music

 

Fall 2012

 

 

 

Music Examples

 

General Introduction

 

 

Indigenous Music

 

 

Hispanic Styles

 

 

African Styles

 

 

Influences from Latin America to US and Europe

 

The Habanera

 

 

The Tango

 

 

Rumba

 

1. Cuba: Blen, Blen, Blen. Composed by Chano Pozo. Audio
2. Cuba: Noro Norales- Serenata Ritmica. Piano & rhyth. Audio
3. Congo: Beyos Franco et le O.K.Jazz (African Rumba)1971 Audio

 

Samba

 

 

Spain

 

READING: A short general introduction

 

The improvising poetic tradition

1. West Africa: Malinke griot (minstrel)with konni: Audio
2. Senegal: Griot with halam: Audio
3. Valencia, Spain: l’u i dos: Audio
4. Portugal, Old style Fado. Berta Carduso: Audio
5. Puerto Rico: Improvised Decima. Grupo Mapeye audio (from video played in class)
6. Puerto Rico: Lament on the Death of Diplo: Audio

7. Mexico, Jarocho Region: Audio
8. Venezuela: Aragua y Miranda; Tu Reproche. Harp & voice. Audio

Puerto Rico

 

Jibaro Music

 

 

 

READING:Music of Puerto Rico

 

Afro Puerto Rican Music

 

Cuba

Guajira

 

READING:Music of Cuba

 

Arfican and Spanish mixture

3. Guaguanco with comparsa: Agua que va caer. Patato y Totico with Arsenio Rodriguez Audio

4. Conga: Tumba la cana. Audio

Danza

Salsa
15. Celia Cruz: Drume Negrita. Irrepetible. Audio

More Caribbean

Haiti

The Lesser Antilles


Andean Music

1. Shipibo: Flute and drum dance music Audio
2. Shipibo: Pipes and drum dance music Audio
3. Shipibo: Lullaby Audio
4. Pan Pipe Ensemble. Bolivia. Audio
6. Julujulu.Pan pipe ensemble .,Bolivia. Audio
7. Children singing hymn to the sun. Inti Raymi Audio
8. Pan Pipe Ensemble. Chukarubaile. Santiago, Potosi, Bolivia. Audio
9. Peru: Highland Sikuri ensemble Audio
10. Quechua song with erke Audio
11. Caña /erke Audio
12 Flute and dum band Audio
13. Yaravi. Mountain Peru, Cuzco Dept. Audio
14. Cuzco, Peru: El Balicha Audio
15. Peru Adios, pueblo de Ayacucho:wayno - harp solo Audio
16. Toccto Pachhape; Huayno, Charango Audio
17. Brass Band Audio
18. Recent mixed style Audio
19. Coastal Lowlands: Festejo. Mama Luchita Audio
20. Susana Baca. Zamba Audio

Listen to the lectures
1. On the Harp in Latin America and
2. On the Guitar in Latin America.
The lectures are on this website.

https://eee.uci.edu/programs/rgarfias/video-lectures.html

Ecuador

 

1. Otavalo. Pan pipe band. Audio
2. Otavalo: String band Ñanda Mañachi. Audio
3. Afro Ecuador, Chota Valley: Oigame Juanita. Leaf, 2 bamboo flutes, 3 bajos (calabashes) Audio
4. Afro Ecuador: Esmeraldas: Marimba. Caramba Audio

 

READING:Music of the Andes

 

 

Argentina

 

1. Toba: Shiguo (Farewell) Audio
2. Tonada: Mendoza. Voice and guitar Audio
3. Chacarera- Chacarera de las Piedras Atahualpa Yupanqui Audio
4. El Gato: Mi Caballo Perdido Atahualpa Yupanqui Audio
5. Chacarera- Flor de Criolla. Los Chilicoles. Guitar ensemble Audio
6. Zamba: Zambita Arribeña. Northern Argentina Ensemble Audio

7. Milonga: El Aromo. Atahualpa Yupanqui Audio
8. Milonga: Sin Caballo y en Montiel . Atahualpa Yupanqui Audio
9. Tango: Naipe Marcado Carlos Gardel with guitars Audio

10. Tango: Caminito Libertad Lamarque with tango orchestra Audio
11. Modern tango, Undertango. Astor Piazolla Audio

 

Chile
1.Tarqueada (2 tarcas and 1 bombo)
Audio
2. Coplas de Carnaval (like Baguala)
Audio
3. Taquirari (Banda) Audio

4. Villancico: Señora Doña Maria - harp and voice Audio
5. Cueca: A La Un Naci Yo Violeta Parra Audio
6. Tonada: Quejas del Alma. Mira y Poncho Audio


Brazil

 

Indigenous Music
Bora: The Fish; Two panpipes of three tubes each Audio
Iawa: The Mayantu; Battle of Good and Evil Spirits. bark horns flutes. Audio
Upper XIngu; Yawalapiti: Singing with falseto voice Audio
Caboclo: Toque de Guerra.end blown flute, drum and rattle. Audio
Caboclo: Two flutes, cymbals, Snare drum and bass drum Audio

 

Portuguese Roots
Ribetejo: Accordion, Clarinet, castanets, Drums. Audio
SouthEastern Brazil: Rio Grande do Sul: Sofrimento; Asrasta-pe Audio

Lisbon Fado: O Rio que nos viu nascer mp3
Lisbon: Old Fado. Tia Macheta mp3
Lisbon Fado Guitarra and Viola mp3
Coimbra Fado: Anos Verdes mp3

 

Afro Brazil

 

Candomble from Black Orpheus Audio
Candomble: Oxala (Canto para) Bahia. Audio
Capoeira: Bahia. Berimbau and Pandeiro with voices Audio

Drumming: Vai Virar. Maranhao voices and atabaques Audio
Escola de Samba: Mangueira. Afoche, Atabaque, Cuica, Agogo, Audio
Escola de Samba: full ensemble
Audio

 

Northeast Brazil
Embollada: Two singers and Pandeiros. Beija-flor and Treme Terra.Audio
Frevo: Tubarao na Onda. Banda Municipal do Recife. Audio

 

Southern Region
Sertao: Renato Teixeira "amanheceu, pegei a viola" Audio

 

Choro and Samba Rio
Ernesto Nazareth: Choro: Odeon, 1910 Audio

Choro: Clarinet, trombone,Violao, cavaquinho, Afoche. Audio
Choro: Nao Me Toques.Jacob do Bandolim. Audio
Choro:Radames Gnattalli: Title: Chiquinha Gonzaga. Audio
Samba 1930s Carmen Miranda- Ella diz que tem Audio

 

Bossa Nova and Beyond
Joao Gilberto: Outra Vez (A.C. Jobim) 1962 Audio
Antonio Carlos Jobim: Amparo (Olha Maria) Audio
Gilberto Gil: Ella Audio
Nara Leao: Pedro Pedreiro Audio
Post Bossa: Milton Nascimento: Clube da esquina Audio
Joyce: Yarabela Audio
Bebel Gilberto: Sem Contencao Audio

Laercio de Freitas: Teclas e Dedos Audio
Ceu Youtube video Malemolencia
Filo Machado: Boca de Leao

READING:Music of Brazil

AFTER THE MIDTERM

Colombia- Venezuela

 

Venezuela, Orinoco: Panpipes from the Puinabe Audio
Venezuela: Piaroa: Horn Orchestra Audio
Colombia, Amazonas: 2 Panpipes. Murui-Muinane Audio
Colombia: Suaras. Cuna Indians Audio
Colombia, Buenaventura: Arrullo a San Antonio. Marimba,d rums, rattles Audio
Colombia: Buenaventura: Currulao. Adorar a San Antonio Audio

Venezuela, San Juan. Sangueo Audio
Venezuela Campana. Drums and singing. Audio
Venezuela Barlovento: Tambor redondo. With sticks on the sides. Audio
Venezu
ela Quitiplas Audio
Colombia: Coplas de Torbellino. Double course guitars, rattles Audio
Colombia: Bambuco. A Los Toros. Estudiantina. Double courses. Audio
Colombia: Bambuco, de Chirimia. Flutes and drums. Audio
Venezuela: Margarita El Polo - Caribbean couplets Audio
Venezuela: Galeron: Margarita Corazon Indio - Benito Quiros Audio
Venezuela: Harp Miranda: "El Ruciteño " Aristides Villamizar Audio
Venezuela: Harp Miranda: Dolor de un Hijo. El Joven Calzadilla Audio
Venezuela: Llano Region: Harp Ensemble: Tonada: Campesina .Audio

Venezuela: Arpa Llanera: El Pajarillo. Valentin Carucci. Audio
Venezuela: Llano Region: Harp ensemble. Los Caracoles Audio
Venezuela: Llano Region: Juan Vicente Torreabla: Chipolenado Audio

Nigeria: Hausa Player of obati nigeria14
Colombia: Flauta de millo, Cero Treinta y Nueve. With drums and rattle Audio
Colombia: Vallenato: Matilde Lina. Colacho Mendoza Audio
Colombia: Vallenato: Cumbia Soldeña. Audio
Colombia:Rumba Sexteto Tabala w/ marimbula
Audio

Mozambique, Chopi: Timbila ensemble Audio
Guinea, Malinke: Xylophone ensemble Audio
Senegal, Casamance: Balafon solo Audio
Guatemala, Chichicastenango: Musica de las Cofradias. Marimba solo Audio
Masaya, Nicaragua: Marimba and guitar. El Jarabe Chinchon Audio
Belize:Marimba Doble. Las Vaquerias, 7 man marimba Audio

Reading: About the Marimba

Garifuna

Wanaragua masked dance drama Audio
Tortoise shell and drums Audio
Drums with conch shell and shaker Audio
Modern Times Audio

Mexico

Reading

 

Indigenous Music

Lacandon: Song to Appease the Tiger Audio
Yaqui: Maso(Deer) Audio
Yaqui: Pascola Dance Audio
Tarahumara: Matachines. Violins/rattles Audio
Huichol: song Audio
Huichol: Violin and rabel Audio
Chamula: Harp and guitar with singing. Audio
Zinacantan: Harp, violin and guitar with singing Audio

Oaxaca

Mixe: Son del Angelito. Velorio for a dead child. Jarana, requinto and marimbola (4 tongues) Audio
Zapotec: Carreta de Flores. Pito, caja y carapacho de tortuga. Audio

Huave: Flute and drum group Audio

Costa Chica: Afromexican corrido Audio
Oaxaca: Baile de las Pluma
s Audio

Mestizo Song with guitar: La Mareña Audio

Tehuantepec: Brass band. El Pianito. Banda Princesa Donashi. Audio
Tehuantepec: Marimba: Son Visya Audio
Tehuantepec: Marimba: Mediu Xhiga Audio
Tehuantepec: Marimba. La Zandunga Audio

Michoacan and Jalisco
Purepecha: Danza del los Viejitos Audio
Purepecha: Alabanzas(Danza Azteca) Audio
Purepecha: Abajena Audio
Michoacan Corrido: La Pipa Dina. Harp, violins, guitar, vihuela Audio

Mariachi Vargas de Tecalitlan: Son; El Pasa Calles Audio

Veracruz
Veracruz. Son Jarocho: El Siriquisi. Lino Chavez Audio
Veracruz. Son Jarocho: La Bamba Audio
Veracruz. Son Jarocho: El Pajaro Carpintero. Gisela Farias Luna Audio
Veracruz. Son Jarocho: Old harp style. La Caretera Audio


Yucatan
Yucatan: Jarana band Audio
Yucatan: Clave Sung by Saul Martinez Yo se de un Ave Audio
Yucatan: Bambuco: Novia Envidiada Audio

Sinaloa
La Tambora de Sinaloa. Por una mujer casada Audio

 

The Classical Tradition

Silvestre Revueltas: Ventanas for Large Orchestra Audio
Carlos Chavez. Sinfonia India Audio
Arturo Marquez: Danzon No. 2 Audio
Graciela Murgia: Soave Audio

 

Popular Music in Mexico
Corrido about the Revoluion Audio
Guty Cardenas: Bolero; A que negar Audio
Trio Los Panchos. Bolero: Cancionero Audio

Piporro: Song about Drinking Audio
Nortec Cooperative: Terrestre: norteño de janeiro Audio

 

North of the Border

 

Texas/Czech-Bohemian Band: Tinker Polka 1928 Bacova's Cesksa Kapela Audio
Northern New Mexico: Chote El Vaquero. Lorenzo Martinez Audio
Narcisco Martinez: El Relampago (Huapango) 1938 Audio
Lidya Mendoza: Pero ay que triste. (Cancion) 1934 Audio
Flaco Jimenez: La Nopalera. Audio
Los Pinkys: El Cool Dude Audio
Lalo Guerrero: El Pachuco y el Tarzan. Los Angeles 1951
Audio
Richie Valens: La Bamba Audio
Thee Midniters: Whittier Blvd. 1964? Audio
Freddy Fender: Sugar Coated Love. 1977 Audio
Los Lobos: La Pistola y el Corazon Audio
Tohono Odam: Chicken Scratch-Waila Audio

 


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