Reinventing Ranchera: Music, Language, and Identity in the Southwest.

Wald, Elijah.

Abstract: Musicians in the southwestern United States have been blending styles from both sides of the Mexican border since before that border was established in the mid-nineteenth century. In New Mexico, a population that traces its roots to the first Spanish-speaking settlers who arrived from Mexico in the sixteenth century developed a new style of music in the 1960s that has become known as "Ne... read more

Tufts University.Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
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