Robin Moore is Professor in the Butler School of Music, College of Fine Arts, as well as in Department of African and African Diaspora Studies and the Center for African and African American Studies, College of Liberal Arts.
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Using the music of the 1920s and 1930s, this text examines Cuban society as it began to embrace Afrocuban culture. It demonstrates how music can function as the centre of racial and cultural conflict during the formation of a national identity.
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