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brisperu

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patricia oliart

on 15 March 2013

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Transcript of brisperu

Andean Peruvian Music
Contemporary and traditional Mostly rural societies (Urban/rural ratio changed dramatically in the 1950s) keeping fluidity in mind.... not significant changes in the long XIX Century Distinctive cultures, celebrations linked to Catholic festivities, combined with indigenous beliefs and practices Christmas, Carnival, harvest season and markets are opportunities for exchange and contact, as well as domestic service and travel and very importantly: the school. Puno Aymara and quechua cultures, mostly shepherds and potato growers: travelers! and miners sikuris



tarkas Other influences
Teodoro Valcarcel Cuerdas del lago Italian immigration
Bolivia
Argentina Cusco, Apurimac Ayacucho From Folklore to Popular Music Radio,
Recording industry
Cinema Migration
Economic bonanza Junin Ancash, Huanuco, Pasco y Lima From 1950s and 1960s The largest market for records h Digital media has had multiple effects Democratization of production
transnational market (transnational migration)
Direct access to 'the sources' of tradition GRFA 1968 - 1978 Makes Andean music official Patricia Oliart
Newcastle University Colonial times
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