Maracatu Atomico : Tradition, Modernity, and Postmodernity in the Mangue Movement of Recife, Brazil (Current Research in Ethnomusicology)


Maracatu Atomico : Tradition, Modernity, and Postmodernity in the Mangue Movement of Recife, Brazil (Current Research in Ethnomusicology)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 228 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415940221
  • DDC分類 781.64098134

Full Description

"Maracatu Atomico" is the first academic work to investigate the mangue movement, one of Brazil's most vital pop culture trends of the last thirty years, and the related "new music scene" of Northeast Brazil. Contending with the widespread poverty and social problems, mangue places a renewed value on the local environment and its myriad folk traditions while embracing modern, global pop influences and technology. The book provides historical and ethnographic accounts of the movement, analyzes salient examples of folk and pop fusion music, and enters recent debates about postmodernity, globalization, and "world music" in an attempt to understand better how local musicians in one "Third World" region interact within a more global cultural system.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    ix
Preface xiii
Introduction 1 (26)
My Introduction to Mangue and the ``New 1 (2)
Music Scene'' of Recife
The Objective, Scope, and Basic Findings of 3 (2)
The Research
A Review of Literature on Brazilian Popular 5 (5)
Theoretical Orientation 10 (7)
Research Methods and Fieldwork Synopsis 17 (4)
Organization of the Dissertation 21 (1)
Some Background on Recife 22 (5)
``Da Lama Ao Caos'' (From Mud to Chaos): A 27 (22)
History of the Mangue Movement and ``New
Music Scene'' of Recife
Introduction 27 (2)
Setting the Scene: Recife in the 1980s 29 (1)
The Emergence of Chico Science and Nacao 30 (7)
Mundo Livre S/A (Free World Ltd.) 37 (1)
Fred Zero Quatro's First Bands and the 37 (3)
Early Years of Mundo Livre S/A
Fred Zero Quatro and Chico Science Meet: 40 (2)
the Making Of Mangue
The Beginnings of a ``New Music Scene'' 42 (1)
The Manifesto Mangue 43 (1)
The Consolidation of Recife's ``New Music 44 (1)
Mangue to the World 45 (2)
The Recife Scene Loses Its ``Greatest 47 (2)
Mangue In The Context Of Brazilian Pop Music 49 (18)
History: A Comparison With Other Movements
Introduction 49 (1)
Tropicalia 49 (7)
Pernambucan Precedents to Mangue 56 (7)
Rock Brasil: The 1980s Boom in Brazilian 63 (4)
``E Do Caralho Ser Pernambucano, Porra!'' 67 (34)
(``It's Damn Cool To Be Pernambucan'''): An
Ethnography of the Recife Music Scene
Introduction 67 (2)
Folklore and Recife's Middle Class: New 69 (4)
Folkloric Associations
``Regional Rhythms Bands'': Bands that Work 73 (7)
Predominantly with Regional Folk Styles
Regional Folk Artists and Associations 80 (6)
Rock, Rap, and Mangue 86 (15)
Mangue, Postmodernity, and the Global Culture 101 (66)
Introduction 101 (3)
Mangue Style and Ideology 104 (9)
The Local within the Global and the Global 113 (6)
within the Local: A Postmodern Challenge to
National Identity
Mangue and the Global Culture Debate 119 (8)
1. The Manifesto Mangue 127 (4)
2. Musical Transcriptions and Analysis 131 (26)
3. Song Notes 157 (6)
4. Fieldwork Account 163 (4)
Notes 167 (32)
Glossary 199 (14)
Discography 213 (4)
Bibliography 217 (8)
Index 225