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Viva Jujuy - Various - Argentina Canta Asi - Tango And Folklore The Music Of Argentina

During that time, many new bands, authors, singers, and composers started producing brand new songs in the traditional styles of regional Argentine folklore. Their efforts were boosted by the new recording and playback technologies, political regime that was focused on the promotion of traditional Argentine identity, as well as the more urbanized population that was hungry to consume new music via radio, television, and cinema.

They all managed to mix the elements of traditional Argentine folk music, tango, and rock into new forms of popular music. Change in government regime between led to the return of the system that repressed any form of free artistic, cultural and political expression that subverted the image of the government. During those years, numerous Argentinian music artists tried to openly defy the will of the government and their censorship measures by performing the banned songs, which in some cases led to the reprisals by government forces.

One of the most notable examples of this is the rumored assassination of the famous folk musician Jorge Cafrune who was killed in a hit-and-run accident shortly after he sang an unapproved song. Other performers who tried to do the same were often harassed by the government or police personnel, or even interrupted and arrested during live performances such as folk singer Mercedes Sosa and his entire audience in Mar del Plata in De Changuitos y Chinitas.

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Characteristics The term primarily refers to classical traditions including contemporary as well as historical classical music forms which focus on formal styles, invite technical and detailed deconstruction and criticism, and demand focused attention from the listener.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Tango - Music Of Argentina on Discogs.3/5(1).
  2. Expressions such as visual arts, dance, music, literature, theater, cinema, sport and folklore built a cultural mosaic that defines the Argentine character. Productions and practices that converge foreign and indigenous influences, elements of the past and the transforming power of this, realize Argentina.
  3. Mau y Ricky - Bota Fuego Remix(Letra/Lyrics) Nicky Jam Dalex Dímelo Flow Justin Quiles Lenny Tavarez.
  4. Art Music Although known almost exclusively as the birthplace of the tango, Argentina is home to a diverse array of music and dance styles from its various geographic regions. Largely a mixture of European and indigenous influences (referred to as mestizo), many of Argentina's musical genres can be divided into two primary categories: folklore and.
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  6. Sep 14,  · Interpretation of a folk music piece that originates from Argentina. Done by Gran Ballet Argentino, based in Cordoba, Argentina. Recorded in Caminha, Portugal, on 19/08/ https://www.

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