Browsing by Subject "Mexican music"

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  • Pareyon, Gabriel (Universidad de Guadalajara, 2010)
    This contribution deals with social and political aspects affecting cultural life in Jalisco (Mexico), during the last forty years. It is, especially, a critical view on the regional deterioration of experimental music, analysing ethnic, religion, gender and other social components in one of the culturally foremost states of Mexico.
  • Pareyon, Gabriel (Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de Jalisco, 2016)
    Biographical study, interviews, musical description, catalogue, bibliography pictures and other information about José F. Vásquez, composer, music teacher and conductor founder of the former National University Symphonic Orchestra of Mexico, today OFUNAM (Mexico City).
  • Pareyon, Gabriel (Universidad de Zacatecas, 2007)
    In Aztec mythology and religion, Xipe Totec ("our lord the flayed one") was a life-death-rebirth deity, god of agriculture, vegetation, the east, disease, spring, goldsmiths, silversmiths and the seasons. The music used for his worship has been described by a diversity of documents (carved stones, depicted codices, and chronicles made by the first European friars arrived to Mexico). This article explores the symbolic content of these descriptions, especially in association with Xochipilli Macuilxochitl, master of music and poetry.