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Nov 12, 2021 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM(America/Chicago)
20211112T1800 20211112T2000 America/Chicago Ibero-American Music Study Group Lightning Lounge

This year's Lightning Lounge is themed around musical activity involving migration, exile, or diaspora from and to the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and the Caribbean. We asked for proposals about composers, performers, and music scholars who either chose or had to relocate because of their political affiliations, sexual orientation, or lack of economic opportunities. The papers in this panel reflect on the construction of historical narratives inclusive or exclusive of migration musics, as well as on individual and collective stories of displacement. The Lightning Lounge of the Ibero-American Music Study Group includes six short presentations of seven minutes each followed by a response from Dr. Walter Clark and a 60-minute session of Q&A. 

Paper 1 - Stephen Meyer. Le rendez-vous du tout Paris: Tangomania in Paris (1911-1914) and the consolidation of tango as a national symbol of Argentina.

Paper 2 - Eduardo Sato. Modernist Musical Displacements: Heitor Villa-Lobos and Vera Janacopulos in Paris, 1924.

Paper 3 - Iván César Morales Flores. Diáspora e identidad. Prácticas de alteridad y (dis)continuidad en la música académica cubana de finales del siglo XX y principios del XXI.

Paper 4 - Marcelo Hazan. Selling Brazil in Vienna: Manuel de Oliveira Lima's (1867-1928) "La musique au Brésil. Au point de vue historique."

Paper 5 - Pedro López de la Osa. Internal Exiles during Franco's Dictatorship (1939-75): Who, Why, and How?

Paper 6 - Alyssa Cottle. The Lost Generation: Chile's Exiled Compositional Avant-Garde of the 1960s.

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This year's Lightning Lounge is themed around musical activity involving migration, exile, or diaspora from and to the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and the Caribbean. We asked for proposals about composers, performers, and music scholars who either chose or had to relocate because of their political affiliations, sexual orientation, or lack of economic opportunities. The papers in this panel reflect on the construction of historical narratives inclusive or exclusive of migration musics, as well as on individual and collective stories of displacement. The Lightning Lounge of the Ibero-American Music Study Group includes six short presentations of seven minutes each followed by a response from Dr. Walter Clark and a 60-minute session of Q&A. 

Paper 1 - Stephen Meyer. Le rendez-vous du tout Paris: Tangomania in Paris (1911-1914) and the consolidation of tango as a national symbol of Argentina.

Paper 2 - Eduardo Sato. Modernist Musical Displacements: Heitor Villa-Lobos and Vera Janacopulos in Paris, 1924.

Paper 3 - Iván César Morales Flores. Diáspora e identidad. Prácticas de alteridad y (dis)continuidad en la música académica cubana de finales del siglo XX y principios del XXI.

Paper 4 - Marcelo Hazan. Selling Brazil in Vienna: Manuel de Oliveira Lima's (1867-1928) "La musique au Brésil. Au point de vue historique."

Paper 5 - Pedro López de la Osa. Internal Exiles during Franco's Dictatorship (1939-75): Who, Why, and How?

Paper 6 - Alyssa Cottle. The Lost Generation: Chile's Exiled Compositional Avant-Garde of the 1960s.

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