Dona Ivone Laras Sorriso Negro

About the Author: Mila Burns

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  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • Dona Ivone Laras Sorriso Negro
  • Mila Burns
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9781501324499

Dona Ivone Laras Sorriso Negro More Than Simply A Paragon Of Brazilian Samba, Dona Lady Ivone Lara S 1981 Sorriso Negro Translated To Black Smile Is An Album Deeply Embedded In The Political And Social Tensions Of Its Time Released Less Than Two Years After The Brazilian Military Dictatorship Approved The Lei De Anistia The Opening That Put Brazil On A Path Toward Democratic Governance , Sorriso Negro Reflects The Seminal Shifts Occurring Within Brazilian Society As Former Exiles Introduced Notions Of Civil Rights And Feminist Thought To A Nation Under The Iron Hand Of A Military Dictatorship That Had Been In Place Since 1964 By Looking At One Of The Most Important Samba Albums Ever Recorded And One That Also Happened To Be Composed By A Black Woman , Mila Burns Explores The Pathbreaking Career Of Dona Ivone, Tracing The Ways In Which She Navigated The Tense Gender And Race Relations Of The Samba Universe To Ultimately Conquer The Masculine World Of Samba Composers 33 1 3 Global , A Series Related To But Independent From 33 1 3, Takes The Format Of The Original Series Of Short, Music Basedbooks And Brings The Focus To Music Throughout The World With Initial Volumes Focusing On Japanese And Brazilian Music, The Series Will Also Include Volumes On The Popular Music Of Australia Oceania, Europe, Africa, The Middle East, And.

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