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How music embodies and contributes to historical and contemporary nationalism

What does music in Portugal and Spain reveal about the relationship between national and regional identity building? How do various actors use music to advance nationalism? How have state and international heritage regimes contributed to nationalist and regionalist projects? In this collection, contributors explore these and other essential questions from a range of interdisciplinary vantage points. The essays pay particular attention to the role played by the state in deciding what music represents Portuguese or Spanish identity. Case studies examine many aspects of the issue, including local recording networks, so-called national style in popular music, and music’s role in both political protest and heritage regimes. Topics include the ways the Salazar and Franco regimes adapted music to align with their ideological agendas; the twenty-first-century impact of UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage program on some of Portugal and Spain's expressive practices; and the tensions that arise between institutions and community in creating and recreating meanings and identity around music.

Contributors: Ricardo Andrade, Vera Marques Alves, Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, Cristina Sánchez-Carretero, José Hugo Pires Castro, Paulo Ferreira de Castro, Fernán del Val, Héctor Fouce, Diego García-Peinazo, Leonor Losa, Josep Martí, Eva Moreda Rodríguez, Pedro Russo Moreira, Cristina Cruces Roldán, and Igor Contreras Zubillaga

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title page, Copyright page
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. ix-xii
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  1. Introduction: Sounding Nation and Region in Portugal and Spain
  2. Matthew Machin-Autenrieth, Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, and Samuel Llano
  3. pp. 1-26
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  1. Part I: Music, State Propaganda, and Authoritarian Regimes
  2. pp. 27-28
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  1. Chapter 1. Patriotic, Nationalist, or Republican?: The Portugese National Anthem
  2. Paulo Ferreira De Castro
  3. pp. 29-45
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  1. Chapter 2. The Battle for the Greatest Musical Emblem: The National Anthem and the Symbolic Construction of Francoist Spain
  2. Igor Contreras Zubillaga
  3. pp. 46-62
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  1. Chapter 3. Portugese Rural Traditions as Cultural Exports: How Modernism and Transnational Connections Shaped the New State’sFolklore Politics
  2. Vera Marques Alves
  3. pp. 63-80
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  1. Part II: Sound Technologies and the Nation
  2. pp. 81-82
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  1. Chapter 4. Recording zarzuela grande in Spain in the Early Days of the Phonograph and Gramophone
  2. Eva Moreda Rodríguez
  3. pp. 83-99
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  1. Chapter 5. The Invisible Voices of the Early Recording Market in Portugal
  2. Leonor Losa
  3. pp. 100-117
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  1. Chapter 6. Radio, Popular Music, and Nationalism in Portugal in the 1940s
  2. Pedro Moreira
  3. pp. 118-134
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  1. Chapter 7. Protest Song and Recording in the Final Stages of the Estado Novo in Portugal (1960-1974)
  2. Hugo Castro
  3. pp. 135-152
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  1. Part III: Negotiating the State, Nation, and Region
  2. pp. 153-154
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  1. Chapter 8. Towards a Critical Approach to Flamenco Hybridity in Post-Franco Spain: Rock Music, Nation, and Heritage in Andalusia
  2. Diego García-Peinazo
  3. pp. 155-171
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  1. Chapter 9. Portugese Rock or Rock in Portugese?: Controversies Concerning the “Portugueseness” of Rock Music Made in Portugal in the Early 1980s
  2. Ricardo Andrade
  3. pp. 172-188
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  1. Chapter 10. Indie Music as a Controversial Space on Spanish Identity: Class, Youth, and Discontent
  2. Héctor Fouce and Fernán Del Val
  3. pp. 189-204
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  1. Chapter 11. Catalonia vs Spain: How Sonorous Is Nationalism?
  2. Josep Martí
  3. pp. 205-224
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  1. Part IV: Musical Heritagization and the State
  2. pp. 225-226
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  1. Chapter 12. Intangible Cultural Heritage and State Regimes in Portugal and Spain
  2. Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco and Cristina Sánchez-Carretero
  3. pp. 227-246
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  1. Chapter 13. Sounding the Alentejo: Portugal's Cante as Heritage
  2. Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco
  3. pp. 247-266
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  1. Chapter 14. Flamenco Heritage and the Politics of Identity
  2. Cristina Cruces Roldán
  3. pp. 267-286
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 287-292
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 293-306
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  1. Back cover
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