By Timothy Rommen, Daniel T. Neely
Track and tourism, either critical to the tradition and livelihood of the circum-Caribbean quarter, have until eventually lately been approached from disparate disciplinary views. students who specialise in tourism reports in most cases concentrate on matters corresponding to monetary coverage, sustainability, and political implications; tune students usually tend to be aware of questions of identification, authenticity, neo-colonialism, and appropriation. even though the insights generated by way of those paths of scholarship have lengthy been necessary to research of the sector, Sun, Sea, and Sound turns its realization to the dynamics and interrelationships among tourism and track in the course of the sector. Editors Timothy Rommen and Daniel T. Neely compile a bunch of best students from the fields of ethnomusicology, anthropology, mobility experiences, and background to enhance and discover a framework - termed tune touristics - that considers tune relating to the big variety of vacationer studies that experience constructed within the zone. Over the process 11 chapters, the authors delve into an array of matters together with the ways that nations corresponding to Jamaica and Cuba have used tune to differentiate themselves in the foreign tourism undefined, the tourism surrounding song gala's in Guadeloupe and New Orleans, the intersections among track and intercourse tourism in Brazil, and spirituality tourism in Cuba. An crucial source for the learn of track and tourism in international viewpoint, Sun, Sea, and Sound is key examining for students and scholars throughout disciplines drawn to the Caribbean sector.
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Extra resources for Sun, Sea, and Sound: Music and Tourism in the Circum-Caribbean
How does otherness factor for Bahamians here? What possibilities (musical, economic, political, and so on) does this performance of localized otherness open up for them? How are the markers of Cuba and Trinidad interpreted by Bahamians, and to what ends and effect is a term like goombay employed at the local level? Take another example from the Bahamas: how do we think through the complexities engendered by a Haitian troubadour (André Toussaint), performing a song written by a New Yorker who often wintered in the Bahamas (Alice Simms), complete with lyrics trading on exoticisms (audiences were encouraged to “beat the drum again, drink the rum again, and do what the natives do”), and doing so from a standing gig in a Nassau nightclub?
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Sun, Sea, and Sound: Music and Tourism in the Circum-Caribbean by Timothy Rommen, Daniel T. Neely