...Saya is the best known Afro-Bolivian music and dance genre and it is performed by singers and percussionists. In call-and-response style, solo vocalists alternate with a group, whose chorus is also referred to as saya. The percussionists...
... Latinoamericana.” Bulletin of Latin American Research 3/2 (1984): 107–15.
Nancy Morris. “Canto Porque es Necesario Cantar: The New Song Movement in Chile, 1973–1983.” Latin American Research Review 21, no. 2 (1986): 117–36.
...Taquirari is a duple meter, mestizo dance, and music genre from Bolivia’s Eastern lowlands. In AABB or AABBCC form, the taquirari is derived from the rural indigenous takirari. Urban Bolivian musicians began to record this genre...
...Bolivia is one of only two landlocked countries in South America, and as a result has been strongly influenced by the musics and cultures of its neighboring nations of Brazil, Peru, Paraguay, Argentina, and Chile. Bolivia has also drawn...
Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World Volume IX: Genres: Caribbean and Latin America
Bloomsbury Academic, 2014
Various research has established that the origins of the genre are linked to immigrant groups from the Azores Islands of Portugal who initiated the settlement of the present state of Rio Grande do...
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