El reencuentro de la música española con la Latinomérica poscolonial:el caso Joaquín Sabina

Medina, Raquel (2001). El reencuentro de la música española con la Latinomérica poscolonial:el caso Joaquín Sabina. Castilla, 26 , pp. 68-82.

Abstract

La música se convirtió en los años setenta en el medio para encauzar la oposición al régimen franquista y la incertidumbre ante la transición. Del ejemplo y la fascinación con la revolución cubana, a la oposición a las dictaduras chilena (1973), uruguaya (1974) y argentina (1976), todos ellos fueron hechos que en España se vivieron como propios. En esos años los cantautores españoles reivindicaban la libertad de expresión y el final de todas las dictaduras. Sin embargo, la música española comienza a transformar su mirada hacia Latinoamérica cuando la democracia es un hecho. Se representa ahora un nuevo espacio latinoamericano que me propongo caracterizar en este artículo, y a través del caso concreto de Joaquín Sabina, como "post-colonial".The music in the seventies became the vehicle for channeling opposition to the regime and the uncertainty of the transition. From the example and the fascination with the Cuban revolution, opposition to the dictatorships in Chile (1973), Uruguay (1974) and Argentina (1976), they were all events that were lived in Spain as their own. In those years the Spanish songwriters claiming freedom of expression and end of all dictatorships. However, the Spanish music begins to turn their attention to Latin America where democracy is a fact. It is now a new Latin American space I propose to characterize in this article, and through the specific case of Joaquin Sabina, as "post-colonial".J A brief survey of style to your work reflects his role as poet cult following in the wake of Herrera or Gongora, as did Antequerana School, aims to upgrade from his vivid descriptions, his Christian ideas and a lyrical formal mannerisms full of clichés.

Divisions: Languages & Social Sciences > Spanish
Languages & Social Sciences > Spanish research group
Languages & Social Sciences > Languages and translation studies research group
Uncontrolled Keywords: music,seventies,opposition,regime,Cuban revolution,dictatorships,Chile,Uruguay,Argentina,Spain,Spanish songwriters,freedom of expression,Latin America,democracy,Joaquin Sabina,Rodrigo de Carvajal y Robles,poet,Spanish Golden Age,Herrera,Gongora,Antequerana School,Christian ideas,lyrical formal mannerisms,cliché
Published Date: 2001

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