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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Kim Munoz. Dudley Ethnomusicology School of Music This dissertation analyzes a complex and multifaceted Huastecan identity that is created and performed at encuentros huapangueros and how it relates to pluri-multicultural politics and policies of folklore in Mexico, through El Programa de Desarrollo Cultural de la Huasteca hereafter referred to as the PDCH. Other scholars examine how local music and dance are reformed by nationalists and cosmopolitans Turino ; Mendoza However, my research analyzes performance in these participatory encuentros as moments when son huasteco musicians exert their agency in selecting which aspects of local musical and culture they will give to the region and nation.
They also decide which local practices they will keep, and which regional and other trans-local practices they will make their own. While these performances create ties between diverse Huastecan communities, the political process of folklorization and the performances of individual musicians also mark important differences among musicians and other participants along the lines of ethnicity, class and gender.
My analysis adds to the understanding of sustainable development of musical patrimony through government policy, the use of local and regional music and dance to empower youth, as well as how the intersections of gender, race and ethnicity impact the performance of music and identity in participatory huapangos in Mexico.
El Programa del Desarrollo Cultural de la Huasteca ………………………………….. Basic Rhythm of Huapango Basic Rasgueo for Huapango Basic Zapateado Rhythms for Huapango Rasgueo taught in the Viva el Huapango Workshop Mnemonic Phrase for the Rasgueo with the Rhythm of Huapango Zapateado Step Chocolate Presentation of Cantares de mi Huasteca Repertoire in the workshop, Viva El Huapango Zapateado Deslizado Zapateado Doble Zapateado Redoble La Danza de Inditas inside the church in Huautla, Hidalgo Bottle Rocket Announcing the Start of the Dance Dancer with the Bull Population that Speaks indigenous languages in the Huasteca I will start with the people have mentored me, guided me, believed in me, helped me with my research and honored me.
First, I would like to thank my dissertation committee. Shannon Dudley always kept a critical eye on my ideas and theories, but he never censored me. As my chair, he allowed me to be creative and to take several trips to do field research during my studies. Their amazing work on this exhibit and some of my experiences working for them on small projects, in addition to teaching sections for them, were inspirational to me, and their interdisciplinary ideas shaped my own research indirectly.