Parution : The power of song : music and dance in the mission communities of northern New Spain, 1590-1810
- Mann, Kristin Dutcher (1972-). Auteur
Kristin Dutcher Mann is Associate Professor of History and Social Studies Education Coordinator at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Résumé de l’éditeur
The Power of Song explores the music and dance of Franciscan and Jesuit mission communities throughout the entire northern frontier of New Spain. Its purpose is to examine the roles music played: in teaching, evangelization, celebration, and the formation of group identities. There is no other work which looks comprehensively at the music of this region and time period, or which utilizes music as a way to study the cultural interactions between Indians and missionaries.
- Part I. Musical traditions
- ch. 1. Reconstructing indigenous music and dance
- ch. 2. Liturgical and religious music in Europe, 1500-1800
- Part II. Mission music
- ch. 3. Musical cultures meet
- ch. 4. Music, dance, and community, 1680-1767
- ch. 5. Changing communities, 1768-1810
- Part III. Song, time, and space
- ch. 6. Music and the restructuring of time
- ch. 7. Music and the restructuring of physical and social space.
- Editeur : Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press ; Berkeley, Calif. : Academy of American Franciscan History
- Date de parution : 2010
- Description matérielle : 1 vol. (IX-300 p.) : ill., cartes, jaquette ill. ; 24 cm
- Annexes : Bibliogr. p. 261-292. Notes bibliogr. en bas de page. Index
- ISBN 978-0-8047-7086-6 (rel.). – ISBN 0-8047-7086-7 (rel.)
- PARIS-BIS, Fonds général
- PARIS-BnF : Richelieu – Musique – magasin : VMC-23222