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Andean Tango Study Guide Composers Musicians

Andean Tango Study Guide Composers Musicians

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 Music of the Whole World 
- presentation # 5: June 7, 2006
Intercultural Orchestra spicedwith Tango & Andean Music
study materialsfor composers and musicians
 by Moshe Denburg
with bibliography and discographycompiled by Joseph “Pepe” Danza
---------------------------------------------The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the support of thefollowing organizations that made the series,
Music of the Whole World 
, possible.
 Intercultural Orchestra spiced with Tango & Andean Music
- study materials
General Note
 The following study materials are being made available to participants in the educational series,
Musicof the Whole World
, presented by the Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra (VICO) at the Vancouver PublicLibrary. The presentation,
Intercultural Orchestra spiced with Tango & Andean Music,
took place on June7, 2006.
The author wishes to acknowledge the contributions of the following, for their significant help in providing materials on instruments and for clarifying many issues.
Joseph “Pepe” Danza
 – Quena information
Orchestration of Latin American Instruments
These materials form part of a larger work in progress (as of June 2006) entitled
Orchestrating theWorld - a Manual of Intercultural Music Making 
by Moshe Denburg. Portions of this work are available for downloading on the VICO website. To download this study guide, go to:
and click on 'VICO Instruments'.
Copyright and Fair Use Notification
The author does not object to the use of these materials for personal educational purposes or for any fair use,such as quoting or citing these materials, as long as his authorship is credited by the user. Making copies of these materials as part of any commercial venture, or for any monetary reward, requires the written consent of the author.
© Moshe Denburg, 2006.
 Intercultural Orchestra spiced with Tango & Andean Music
- study materials
 The Latin American Musical Tradition – Scope and Considerations
The Latin American musical tradition includes a very large array of styles and influences, and is anamazingly rich mix of the musical cultures of Spain, Africa, and inigenous America. By Latin America we takethe large view here, of all countries and peoples extending south of mainland United States. Thus for the purpose of this discussion Latin America encompasses Mexico, Central and South America, and all the Afro-Hispanic cultures of the Caribbean.Central to any discussion of the music of this vast region is the concept of music as a way of life, and asthe repository of religious sensibility and ritual. Though our present topic of discussion is focused on Tango andAndean music in the intercultural orchestra, an appreciation of the spiritual centrality of music all over LatinAmerica cannot be overemphasized.The following two maps illustrate the geographical area.

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