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Fernando Ortiz on Music: Selected Writing on Afro-Cuban Culture Studies In Latin America & CarTemple University Press #ad - These essays on afro-cuban expressive culture, music and dance are now available for the first time in English. Ortiz’s writings are accompanied by an extended introduction that contextualizes the author’s life, intellectual influences, and collaborators as well as his fieldwork and interviews. Although he helped establish the field of Afro-diasporic studies, his writings are still relatively unknown to the English-speaking world.
Fernando ortiz 1881–1969 is recognized as one of the most influential Latin American authors of the twentieth century. In fernando ortiz on music, accomplished ethnomusicologist Robin Moore has collected and translated an essential selection of Ortiz’s publications. This comprehensive anthology, which includes examples of his early scholarship as well as publications from the 1940s and ’50s, extends the life and legacy of this important and under-known scholar of Latin American and Caribbean music.
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