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Index 99 Posse, 78, 124; counterculture, 78; Marco Messina, 169; “Napoli,” 124; and political use of tammurriata, 78, 124; “Sant’Antonio, Sant’Antonio ’o nemico r’ ’o demonio,” 78 agency: in folklore studies, 171–76 Alighieri, Dante: linguistic model, 17; and tarantella, 152 Almamegretta: Animamigrante, 125; “Figli di Annibale,” 126; “Sudd,” 125; “Tammurriata dell’est,” 42 alternativi, 27, 67, 77 Antico, Alfio, 141, 155 aperitivo(happy hour), 87 appropriation: cultural, 151; in folklore studies, 173; of tarantism rituals, 50, 54; in world music, 21 Aprile, Pino: ProfondoSud, 187; Terroni, 136. See alsoBennato, Eugenio Arakne Mediterranea, 41; Danzimania, 115 Aramirè: Bonaseraaquistacasa:AntonioAloisi, AntonioBandelloGliUcci:Pizziche,stornelli, cantisalentini, 188; Cantod’amore:Canti, suoni,vocinellaGreciasalentina, 188; Chiriatti , Luigi, 166; Edizioni Aramirè, 168; Raheli, Roberto, 166, 168; at the World Music Institute (NYC), 168 Arci, circolo: Metromondo, 85, 86, 184; Scighera, 91, 100 attention, passion and respect (Giuseppe Dionisio): in folk revival, 178; in tammurriata , 59 authenticity: and tammurriata, 28; and tradition , 97. See also world music autoethnography, 27, 177 Avitabile, Enzo: albums, 115, 168; collaboration with I Bottari, 115, 168; Enzo Avitabile:MusicLife, 115, 168; at Getty Museum, 168 Baglivi, Giorgio: Detarantula, 7 Balistreri, Rosa: Sicilian folk music, 82. See also Moriarmoniche beating guitar (chitarrabattente), 91, 105, 162, 175 Belloni, Alessandra: Black Madonna, 142, 150; cultural brokering, 152, 170; dance therapy, 143, 182; Honolulu workshop, 143–54; I Giullari di Piazza, 141; Italian American, 155–59; life and works, 140–43; New Age performance, 148–52; 204  •  Index Belloni, Alessandra (continued): RhythmIs theCureworkshop, 150; RhythmIstheCure: SouthernItalianTambourine, 140; spider dance, 6, 52, 121, 144; spider’s web, 7, 150, 158; Tarantata:DanceoftheAncient Spider, 143, 157, 166; TheTarantellaTrance: TowardstheOriginsofaSouthEuropean Shamanism, 143; woman’s perspective, 148–52; world music, 143–48 Bennato, Eugenio: “Alla festa della taranta,” 123; books, 111, 133; Brigantesemore, 105, 108; “Brigante se more,” 109, 111, 129, 133; “Grande Sud,” 122, 129, 175; GrandeSud (video), 175–76; Mediterranean albums, 121, 125, 127–28; and Mediterranean music, 121; “Mille,” 134; “Musicanova,” 105–6; Musicanova, 105; “Ninco Nanco deve morire,” 133; “Ogni uno,” 132; Pietra Montecorvino, 107, 175; “Pizzica minore,” 105; “Popolo ‘e tammurriata ,” 124; postcolonial, 107, 123–27, 136–37; ProfondoSud, 187; QuestioneMeridionale , 104, 132; “Questione Meridionale ,” 134; “Ritmo di contrabbando,” 130; “Si va,” 135; on Southern colonization, 106–13, 132–36; TarantaPower, 120, 122– 23; Taranta Power (movement), 119–21, 127, 130, 133; “Taranta Power,” 120; “Vulesse addeventare nu brigante,” 109, 112; and world music, 119–21, 127–31 Bianco, Carla: and Alan Lomax, 161; The TwoRosetos, 161 Black Madonna: del Tindari (NYC), 166– 67; in Belloni, 142, 143, 148, 150; Musolino on, 156. See also Sciorra, Joseph Bosio, Gianni: 1970s folk music revival, 33; Istituto Ernesto de Martino, 32 Bourbon: Kingdom of Naples, 17; Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 17 brain drain (fugadeicervelli), 2, 168, 179 brigandism: in Bennato’s music, 109–13, 133–36; Carmine, Crocco, 111; L’eredità della priora, 109; in Musolino, 155. See also Squitieri, Pasquale Brothers Grimm, 172 calendrical festivals (Campania): Madonna dei Bagni, 62, 63, 183; Madonna del Carmine, 97; Madonna dell’Avvocata, 71, 73; Madonna delle Galline, 62, 64; Madonna di Materdomini , 62, 65, 77, 81; Sant’Anna, 66–67 Cantacronache, 33. See also Bosio, Gianini; Leydi, Roberto Canto Antico, 84–86; Armando Illario, 86, 92; Francesca Di Ieso, 86, 92; South Beat, 89, 92, 184; southern stereotypes, 89–90 “Canto dei Sanfedisti” (NCCP), 108 canzone napoletana (Neapolitan song): “Funiculì Funiculà,” 160; and image of Naples city, 107, 108; and opera, 160; in the United States, 160, 170. See also Passione Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino, 34, 41; Ballati tutti quanti ballati forte, 115 Carosone, Renato: “Tammurriata nera,” 36 Carpitella, Diego: collaboration with Alan Lomax, 32, 161; Italian ethnomusicology , 32 Cassano, Franco: Southern Thought (pensiero meridiano), 50, 53, 128–29, 131–32; and tarantella revival, 21, 57 Catholic, 8, 52, 61, 70, 72, 79; and tammurriata , 15–16, 22 “C’è la luna mezz’o mare”: The Godfather, 5 celebration: in Bennato, 113, 122, 129; dynamics , 73, 84; of Mediterranean culture , 131, 136–37; and tammurriata festivals , 22, 67; of tarantella, 15, 50, 104 centro sociale: and counterculture, 27; and tarantella, 88 Centum Historie (Epifanio Ferdinando), 7 Chairetakis, Anna Lomax (Anna L. Wood): Italian American folk song recordings, 161, 162; Musica Popolare, 164 “Cicerenella,” 6 Citarella, Nando, 43 Ciuffitelli, Mary, 155–59, 166; collaboration with Aramirè, 156, 166; le tarantate, 156; Pizzica with a NY accent, 166. See also Belloni, Alessandra Colasurdo, Marcello, 65: AGlobalDionysusin Napoli:The(Un)RealstoryofMarcelloColas- Index  • 205 urdo, 169; in New York City, 169; on...


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