Made in Brazil

Studies in Popular Music

Edited by Martha Ulhôa, Cláudia Azevedo and Felipe Trotta


 October 2014 | Routledge

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Introduction

Analyzing Popular Sound: An Assessment of Popular Music Studies in Brazil
MARTHA ULHÔA

 

Part I: Samba and Choro

1. The Invention of Brazil as the Land of Samba: Sambistas and Their Social Affirmation

ADALBERTO PARANHOS

2. Choro manuscript collections of the 19th and early 20th centuries: written transmission of an “oral” tradition
ADALBERTO PARANHOS
3. Samba and the Music Market in Brazil in the 1990s
FELIPE TROTTA

 

Part II: History, Memory and Representations

4. Historical Recordings of Wind Bands (1902-1927): Waltzes, Polkas and Dobrados in Brazil
DAVID PEREIRA DE SOUZA
5. The Construction of Memory About The Oito Batutas
LUIZA MARA BRAGA MARTINS
6. Fado in Rio de Janeiro: the Memory of Portuguese immigrants in Brazil
ALBERTO BOSCARINO

 

Part III: Scenes and Artists

7. Marks of a recent Antropofagia: the listening practices of the albums Acabou Chorare (Novos Baianos) and Selvagem? (Paralamas do Sucesso)
JORGE CARDOSO FILHO
8. Cosmopolitanism and the Stigma of Tecnobrega Music
PAULO MURILO GUERREIRO DO AMARAL
9. Chico Science & NaçãoZumbi: Hybridity and Experimentation in the Manguebeat Movement
HEROM VARGAS
10. I Sing Everywhere: An Ethnomusicological Look at the Performance of Ney Matogrosso
SERGIO GAIA BAHIA
11. Mixing in the Global Margins: The Making of Brazilian Drum & Bass
IVAN PAOLO DE PARIS FONTANARI

 

Part IV: Music, Market and New Media

12. Ethnomusicology in Cyberspace: Samplertropofagia and Virality in YouTube Videos
LUCIANO CAROSO
13. Structural Transformations of the Music Industry in Brazil 1999-2009: The reorganization of the Record Market in the Digital Networks
LEONARDO DE MARCHI

 

Coda

14. From Roots to Networks: Listening To a World Called Brazil
LÚCIA CAMPOS
15. Northeastern Brazilian music in New York City: Representations between Brazil and the United States
NATALIA COIMBRA DE SÁ

 

Afterword

Eletronic and acoustic modern MPB – A conversation with Lenine

CLAUDIA AZEVEDO and FELIPE TROTTA

 

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