Latin American Choral Music

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Bibliography

wdt_ID Author Article Book Journal Date Page Series Publisher Info Library Info Field 15
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2 Villancicos que se cantaron en la Catedral de México (1693-1729), Primera edición. 2.018 Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,
3 AAMCANT. Catalogo de obras corales argentinas. 0 AAMCANT (Asociación Argentina para la Música Coral, “America Cantat.”
4 Abascual Grunet. Pepe Vila: la zarzuela chica en Chile. 1.952 Santiago, Chile: Imprent Universitaria, About José María Vila Bonastre, 1861-1936; 225p, illus., port. MI-EEM; IL- INU. Etc.
5 Abreu de Sturla, Argentina. Notas sobre la historia de la música en la República Dominicana. 1.983 Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Taller, 19p. AZ-AZU; CA-CLU, STF; FL-FUG, FXG; IL-UIU; LA- [ML207.D6,A27,1983,LAL] LRU; MA-AUM; NY-NYP; TX-IXA.
6 Acosta, Leonardo. Música and descolonización. 1.982 Havana: Editorial Arte y Literatura, Review: María Elizabeth Lucas, in LAMR 9/2 (F-W/1988): 274-276. AZ-AZS; CA-CLU, CS1, CUT, CUY, STF; CO-COD; CT-WLU; DC-DLC; FL-FQG, FUG, FXG; GA-EMU, GUA; IL-IBV; IN-IND, IPL; KS-KKU; LA-LRU, LUU; MA-BRL, HLS; MI-EEM, EYM, HATHI; NC-NOC; NH-DRB; NJ-PUL; NY-BNG, COO, NYP; SYB, ZCU, ZYU; PA-LAF, PIT; WI-GZN; TX-IXA. Pu
7 Acquarone, Francisco [1898- ]. Historia da música brasileira. Desenhos do autor, venhetas e decorações de Leda Acquarone. 1.948 Rio de Janeiro: F. Alves, 360p; illus., ports.
8 Acuña, Guido. Apuntes para una biografía del maestro Vicente Emilio Sojo. 1.974 Caracas: The Author, Short (47p) biography. DC-DGU, DLC; TN-TJC; TX-IXA. UK-British Library St. Pancras. EU- BLX.
9 Acuña, Guido. Maestro Sojo: primer centenario del nacimiento, 8 de diciembre del 1887-8 de diciembre de 1987. 0 Caracas: Caracas Editorial Arte, With appendix, bib., facsims., illus., ports., photos; 331p. CA-CLU; CT-CRY, YUS; DC-DLC; IL-UIU; IN-IUG; NH-DRB; NY-COO, NYP, ZCU; TX-IXA. Germany-IAI.
10 Adevedo, M. G. Música Argentina Contemporánea. 1.963 Biblioteca del Sesquicentenario, Ediciones Culturales Argentinas. Buenos Aires: Ministerio de Educación y Justica, Dirección General de Cultura, No bib.; no index; paperback.
11 Adler, Henry, and Humberto Morales. Latin American Rhythm Instruments and How to Play Them. 1.950 New York: Henry Adler Publishing Corporation, 119; music, illus. Also published as How to Play Latin American Rhythm Instruments, New York: H. Adler, c1958. Also New York: San Juan Pub. Co., c1949; also New York: Kar-Val Publishing, 1949; and with a supplementary section by Ubaldo Nieto, Melville, N CA-CLU; IL-IAD; PA-PIT. Australia-ATQTI.
12 Adomian, Lan. “Carta abierta a mis amigos mexicanos." Heterofonía, v13,n2 0 22-26.
13 Afonso, Jr., Daniel R. “South American Choral Music.” Presentation given at the American Choral Directors Association, Summer Retreat, June 28-29, Illinois State University. 2.017 13p. ACDA List of composers, recommended works, publishers, anthologies, selected bibliography, internet resources, publishers,organizations, and discography.
14 Albino, Ramiro. Musica colonial hispoamericano. 2.016 Mendoza, Argentina: the author,
15 Alcaráz, José Antonio, Julio Estrada, Luis Alfonso Estrada, and E. Thomas Stanford. Historia: periodo contemporáneo (1959 a 1980). 1.985 Pt.1, v5. La Música de México. Julio Estrada, General Editor. Mexico, D.F.: Instito de Investigaciones Estéticas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,
16 Alcaraz, José Antonio. En una música estelar: de Ricardo Castro a Federico Álvarez de Toro. 1.987 No. 5, Coleccion Ensayos. Mexico, D.F.: CENIDIM, ISBN 9682913225; 141p. DC-(ML210.5.A43,1987) DLC. Etc.
17 Alcaraz, José. La música de Rodolfo Halffter. 1.977 Cuadernos de Música, Nueva Serie, 4. Mexico, D.F.: Direccíon General de Difusión, UNAM, Dept. de Música, Disc., p58-61; review: IAMR, v1,n2 (Spring-Summer/1979), p235.
18 Alcaraz, José. La obra de José Pablo Moncayo. 1.975 Difusión Cultural. Mexico, D.F.: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México,
19 Allende Goitia, Noél. “The mulatta, the bishop, and dances in the Cathedral: race, music, and power relations in seventeenth-century Puerto Rico. (Fray Francisco Padilla), report).” Black Music Research Journal, v26/n2 0 137- .
20 Almeida, Renato. Compendio de história da música brasileira. 1.958 Rio de Janeiro: F. Briguiet e Compania,
21 Almeida, Renato. “A música brasileira no período colonial.” Proceedings of Third Congresso de História Nacional, 1938, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 0 Rio de Janeiro: Imprensa Nacional for Instituto Histórico, 1942, p364-422. Abbreviation: CHB.
22 Altmann, Frank, Paul, and Wilhelm. Kurzgefasstes Tonkunstler-Lexikon, 2v. 1.974 Wilhelmshaven, GER: Heinrichschofen’s Verlag, Abbreviation: KTL+vol#.dit Lib: MI-EYM, etc.
23 Alvarado [Coronado], Manuel. Los años de mi vida: memorias de Manuel Alvarado. 2.004 Guatemala: Magna Terra Editores, ISBN 999396932X 9789993969327; 222p, photos. AZ-AZS; CA-CLU, CRU, CUS, CUY, STF, ZAP; CT-YUS; DC-DLC; IL-UIU; KS-KKU; LA-LRU; MA-HLS; NY-NYP, ZCU; PA-PAU; TN-TJC; TX-IXA; UT-UBY. Germany-BSB, IAI.
24 Alvarenga, Oneyda. "Pequena contribução ao estudo das questões do organização discotecário." BLAM, v4 0 267-278. Discography.
25 Alvarez, Ana Paulina. “A Pedagogy for Conducting Vernacular Music of Spanish Latin America.” 2.014 D.M.A. Thesis, University of Toronto, ©2014. Information about some Amerindian influences on music (Inca, Aztec, Maya, Araucano, Guaranies, and Antilles), as well as Iberian and West African. This information is applied to many genres. Vocal productions in various countries are also explored; 300p,
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