publication . Article . 2015

A Song in Movement: " We Shall Not Be Moved" in the United States, Spain, and Chile in the 19th and 20th Centuries

Spener, David;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2015 Journal: Historia Crítica No.40, volume 57, pages 55-74 (issn: 0121-1617, eissn: 1900-6152, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Universidad de los Andes
Abstract
En este trabajo se presentan los resultados de un estudio que examina la historia de la canción " No nos moverán" y su canto en diversos contextos culturales y sociopolíticos durante el transcurso de dos siglos. Esta canción tiene su origen en las prácticas religiosas de los esclavos africanos en Estados Unidos del siglo XIX. En el siglo XX fue adoptada como himno por los movimientos sindicales y de derechos civiles estadounidenses. Posteriormente llegó a España, donde cumplió un papel en la resistencia al régimen franquista, antes de ser cantada en Chile para defender el proyecto socialista de Salvador Allende. Se emplean varios conceptos teóricos en el análisi...
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free text keywords: movimiento social, análisis transcultural, música vocal, movimiento de protesta, globalización, globalization, movimento social, análise transcultural, movimento de protesto, globalização, social movement, transcultural analysis, vocal music, protest movement, globalization., History (General) and history of Europe, D, History (General), D1-2009
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