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Film Music and National Identity During Mexico's Epoca de Oro

  • Author: Avila, Jaqueline



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  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • Chapter One: The Prostitute and the Cinematic Cabaret: Musicalizing the Fallen Woman and Mexico City's Nightlife
  • Chapter Two: The Salon, the Stage, and Porfirian Nostalgia
  • Chapter Three: The Sounds of Indigenismo: Cultural Integration and Musical Exoticism in Janitzio (1934) and Maria Candelaria (1943)
  • Chapter Four: The Singing Charro in the Comedia Ranchera: Music, Machismo, and the Invention of a Tradition
  • Chapter Five: The Strains of the Revolution: Musicalizing the Soldadera in the Revolutionary Melodrama
  • Epilogue
  • Bibliography