Made in Spain

Studies in Popular Music

Edited by Sílvia Martínez and Héctor Fouce


 June 2013 | Routledge

made-in-spain

 

Introduction

Avoiding Sterotypes: A Critical Map of Popular Music in Spain
SÍLVIA MARTÍNEZ and HÉCTOR FOUCE

 

Part I: Popular Music and the Challenges to National Identity

1. At the Crossroads of Flamenco, New Flamenco and Spanish Pop: The Case of Rumba, 1951-1964
ENRIC FOLCH
2. Singing Against the Dictatorship (1959-1975): The Nova Cançó
JAUME AYATS and MARIA SALICRÚ-MALTAS
3. Radical Rock: Identities and Utopies in Basque Popular Music
KARLOS SÁNCHEZ EKIZA
4. We’re on the Celtic Fringe! Celtic Music and Nationalism in Galicia
JAVIER CAMPOS CALVO-SOTELO

 

Part II: Looking to the Past

5. From Cuba with Love: Rhythms and Revolutions in Nineteenth Century Spanish Popular Music
ANNA COSTAL I FORNELLS
6. Aphrodite’s Necklace Was Not Only a Joke: Jazz, Parody and Feminism in Spanish Musical Theatre (1900-1939)
CELSA ALONSO
7. Stick to the Copla! Recovering Old Spanish Popular Songs
SÍLVIA MARTÍNEZ
8. Swinging Modernity: Jazz and Politics in Franco’s Spain (1939-1968)
IVÁN IGLESIAS

 

Part III: Steps Towards Modernity

9. Submarinos amarillos: Transcultural Objects in Spanish Popular Music during Late Francoism
ISABELLE MARC
10. La Movida: Popular Music as the Discourse of Modernity in Democratic Spain
HÉCTOR FOUCE and FERNÁN DEL VAL
11. ¡Baila toda la noche! Fragments of Electronic Dance Music
GIANNI GINESI
12. Music and Migration in Multicultural Spain
IÑIGO SÁNCHEZ FUARROS

 

Part IV: Memory, Music and Image

13. Sounding Spanish Postwar. Canciones para después de una guerra
MARÍA ZUAZU
14. On the Other Side of the Screen: Songs in Spanish Popular Cinema from Concha Piquer to Manolo Escobar
JULIO ARCE
15. Popular Music in Televisión Española: Cultural Policies, Consumption and Spanish Identity
EDUARDO VIÑUELA

 

Coda

16. Spanish Popular Music through Latin American Eyes
RUBÉN LÓPEZ CANO

 

Afterword

17. Mediterranean Love Songs: A Conversation with Joan Manuel Serrat
SÍLVIA MARTÍNEZ and AMPARO SALES CASANOVA