Translated by Marisela G. Ricciuti F. Xiii, pp. ISBN: My only room for a difference of opinion would be that most of the book's content, in a different configuration, was actually published in English in by Wesleyan University Press under the title Banda: Mexican Musical Life across Borders. Despite the fact that bandas de viento brass, woodwind, and percussion ensembles have been an integral part of Mexican community life for more than a century and a half, the Mexican musicological gaze has tended to avoid music that does not speak to indigenous origins, colonial roots, or art music traits. The Sinaloan banda in particular, located at the social, political, and geographical periphery of Mexican life until the mid-twentieth century, was doubly removed from attention, despite its growing rise as a cultural icon of Sinaloan identity.
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Banda is a term to designate a genre of Regional Mexican music and the musical ensemble in which wind instruments, mostly of brass and percussion, are performed. The history of banda music in Mexico dates from the middle of the 19th century with the arrival of piston metal instruments, when the communities tried to imitate the military bands. The first bandas were formed in Southern and Central Mexico. In each village of the different territories, there are certain types of brass bands, whether traditional, private, or municipal. There are brass instruments in the state of Oaxaca that date back to the s. The traditional Oaxacan bands use a mix of saxophones and clarinets, fewer trumpets and slide trombones, and the bass drum and cymbals are played separately. One of the oldest bands recorded in Pizza is the Banda de Tlayacapan of the state of Morelos that was founded approximately in , being one of the first to play la danza del Chinelo.
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