30 melodías representativas del jazz colombiano (1957-1999) : un análisis histórico desde la musicología
AuthorsSepúlveda Castro, Jorge Iván
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Facultad de Artes
Maestría en Música
Tesis de maestría
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Análisis comparativo entre las distintas miradas que varios académicos, estudiantes y musicólogos han desarrollado sobre el jazz colombiano y su historia, alineado con una recopilación de repertorio de jazz hecho en Colombia, o por colombianos en el exterior, en el periodo comprendido entre los años 1957 y 1999 y que ejemplifique la historia del jazz colombiano durante este periodo.
The birth of jazz in the history of music is forwarded to the United States. Since its inception, jazz has been one of the styles of popular music in the world that has spread the most in the last hundred years. Thanks to its many trips, jazz has had participation in most countries of the world, and Colombia seems to have been no exception. But how can it be corroborated in reality, in the tangible, that veridically there is a jazz in Colombia or a Colombian jazz ?, and if it really exists, since when could such a story be established? According to the musicologist Egberto Bermúdez, jazz in the country still has no history. This assertion is the title of an article that he wrote in 2008, "Colombian Jazz, Still Without a History", which is presented in relation to the critical review of the book Jazz en Colombia. From the happy years 20 to our days, the author Enrique Luis Muñoz Vélez. In his article, Bermúdez points out several of the inconsistencies that Muñoz's book has. Highlights some of his contributions historiográficos, but makes a strong criticism regarding ordering, content and some data sources. From this critique, Bermúdez formulated a title that can become problematic and that raises the main reflection proposed by this work: does Colombian jazz have a history? From this question, the present thesis elaborates a critical-analytical reflection of other writings made on the same subject, as well as the compilation of thirty Colombian jazz melodies from the second half of the 20th century, with a view to establishing the premise that the history of this musical style in our country is defined from different dimensions, ranging from the academic to the practical, and that is the set of these which end up sustaining its historical value both musical and musicological. It should be noted that this research work will take as reference the only record collection of Colombian jazz made to date in the country. This compilation has been done by music journalist Luis Daniel Vega, who has enabled a web portal for this purpose.
ThemesMaestría en música - Tesis y disertaciones académicas
Música de jazz - Colombia
Músicos de jazz
- Maestría en Música