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Hugo Chávez, Alí Primera and Venezuela : the politics of music in Latin America

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BookMarsh, Hazel. Hugo Chávez, Alí Primera and Venezuela : the politics of music in Latin America. Colección : Palgrave studies in the history of subcultures and popular music. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, 239 p. ISBN 978-1-137-57967-6
Keywords:
South America
Venezuela
Culture | History | Music | Politics, Public Administration
Chávez, Hugo ; Primera, Alí ; folclore ; cancione populare ; política culturale ; música popular
Contemporary period | 20th century | 21st century

Abstract:

Unlike much of the literature on Venezuela in the Chávez period, this book shifts focus away from 'top down' perspectives to examine how Venezuelan folksinger Alí Primera (1942-1985) became intertwined with Venezuelan politics, both during his lifetime and posthumously. Alí’s ‘Necessary Songs’ offered cultural resources that enabled Chávez to connect with pre-existing patterns of grassroots activism in ways that resonated deeply with the poor and marginalised masses. Official support for Alí’s legacy led the songs to be used in new ways in the Chávez period, as Venezuelans actively engaged with them to redefine themselves in relation to the state and to reach new understandings of their place within a changed society. This book is essential reading not only for those interested in popular music and politics, but for all those seeking to better understand how Chávez was able to successfully identify himself so profoundly with the Venezuelan masses, and they with him.

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