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This flyer promotes a lecture by Charisse Baldoria, D.M.A., who discussed the significance of the piano in Cuban musical life, from its colonial origins to its role in the pop songs and charanga and son bands of the 20th century, to being a vehicle to express musical nationalism in works by Cervantes, Saumell, Roldan, Garcia Caturla, and Lecuona.
Cuban Research Institute
Latin American Studies
Cuban Research Institute, Florida International University, "The Piano in Expressions of Cuban Identity: Stylizing Folk and Popular Music" (2010). Cuban Research Institute Events. 177.
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