Flamenco Music and National Identity in Spain
Flamenco Music and National Identity in Spain illustrates the efforts of the current government in southern Spain to establish flamenco music as a significant patrimonial symbol and marker of cultural identity. Further, it aims to demonstrate that these Andalusian efforts form part of the ambitious project of rethinking the nation-state of Spain, and of reconsidering the nature of national identity.
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1 Heritage Music
2 The Musical Style Called Flamenco
3 Indications of Flamenco
4 Flamenco Hybridity
5 Flamenco Transgressions
6 Three Legs
7 Autonomous Flamenco
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