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Author Hertzman, Marc A.

Title Making samba : a new history of race and music in Brazil / Marc A. Hertzman.

Publication Info. Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2013.

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 Newington, Lucy Robbins Welles Library - Adult Department  781.640981 HERTZMAN    Check Shelf
Description xvii, 364 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [299]-335) and index.
Contents Between fascination and fear: musicians' worlds in nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro -- Beyond the punishment paradigm: popular entertainment and social control after abolition -- Musicians outside the circle: race, wealth, and property in fred figner's music market -- "Our music": "Pelo telefone" and the Oito batutas, and the rise of samba -- Mediators and competitors: musicians, journalists, and the roda do samba -- Bodies and minds: mapping Africa and Brazil during the golden age -- Alliances and limits: the SBAT and the rise of the entertainment class -- Everywhere and nowhere: the UBC and the consolidation of racial and gendered difference -- After the golden age: reinvention and political change.
Subject Sambas -- Brazil -- History.
Sambas -- Social aspects -- Brazil -- History.
Blacks -- Brazil -- Music -- History.
Music and race -- Brazil -- History.
Blacks -- Race identity -- Brazil.
ISBN 9780822354154 cloth alkaline paper
0822354152 cloth alkaline paper
9780822354307 paperback alkaline paper
0822354306 paperback alkaline paper
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