Nationalizing blackness : afrocubanismo and artistic revolution in Havana, 1920-1940 /
"An examination of Cuban society through the music of the 1920s-30s when it began to embrace Afro-Cuban culture. Traces how the African element of Cuban society became associated with national identity. Among topics examined are carnival bands, son music, cabaret rumba, and blackface theater sh...
Pittsburgh, Pa. :
University of Pittsburgh Press,
|Series:||Pitt Latin American series.
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