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Ábalos Brothers, 147–48, 157, 167–68, 238n21
Afro- Argentines: in criollismo, 17; invisibility
of, 10, 15–16, 38; in tango, 21, 32, 224n56
Alemán, Oscar: and blackness, 16, 21, 25,
27, 30–34, 37–38, 45, 217; and Brazilian
music, 18–21, 35, 53–54; in Buenos Aires
jazz scene, 28–29, 35–36; and criollismo,
17–18; guitar style of, 20–21, 27–28, 34–35;
and Hawaiian music, 18–22; and Josephine
Baker, 24–25, 26; and Perón government,
30, 146
Alfonsin, Raúl, 177–8; 241n130
“Alfonsina y el mar”, 165–66, 171, 175
Almendra, 183–85, 188, 210
Anderle, Oscar, 122, 129–30, 136, 141
anti- Peronism, 10, 13, 54, 89, 91, 105, 146–48,
165
Arco Iris, 180, 184–89, 194–97, 209–10, 216, 219
Argentina: in global music industry, 7–10, 14,
70, 95, 111–18, 143, 181, 196, 209–10, 217;
Northwest region, 60, 144–45, 148–49,
157, 167, 186, 197; Littoral region, 145, 151,
238n32. See also Buenos Aires, nationalism
Armstrong, Louis, 30, 33
arrastre, 85, 98, 230n37
authenticity, 21, 42, 45, 46, 48, 51, 70, 87, 119,
164, 166; in criollismo, 17–19; in folk, 146,
149, 151, 157, 159–62, 167, 197–98; in jazz,
16, 24, 27, 33–4, 36, 38; in rock, 13, 95, 97,
110, 121, 135, 180–85, 188–89, 194, 210,
217; in tango, 8, 31, 73, 77, 79, 81, 83, 88,
93–94, 99, 104, 134
Aznavour, Charles, 123, 127, 129
Baez, Joan, 162–63, 195
Bajofondo Tango Club, 215
Baker, Josephine, 22–29
balada, 108, 110, 125–41, 181, 183, 193, 196,
201, 204, 206, 217–19, 236n92
“La bamba,” 193
Baraka, Amiri [originally, LeRoi Jones], 58
Barbieri, Leandro “Gato”: and bebop, 53; and
cool jazz, 54; decision to leave Argentina,
55; and free jazz, 52, 55–57, 60; and fusion,
61; and Latin jazz, 41, 60, 62–65, 67–69,
71, 98, 190; reception in Argentina, 66;
and tango, 53, 60, 63, 89, 215; and third
worldism, 40, 58–59, 101, 107, 186–88,
218–19
Beatles, The, 1–2, 95, 109, 121–22, 182–84,
235n58
Berger, Karl, 55, 57
Berni, Antonio, 94
Bersuit Vergarabat, 181, 206, 209, 212–15
“Bésame Mucho,” 35, 46
Bley, Carla, 57–58
bmg (Bertelsmann Music Group), 6,
199–200, 205
bolero, 5, 9, 35, 110, 114–17, 127–28, 140, 150,
202–3, 217
bossa nova, 53, 55–56, 60, 62, 101, 118, 172,
185; compared to tango, 86–87, 94–95,
103–4, 107; in the United States, 40, 47–49,
51, 68, 218, 226nn29–30
Boulanger, Nadia, 75–76, 85
Brazilian music, 24–25, 28, 35–36, 38, 42, 51,
54, 59–63, 66, 100–1, 103–4, 117, 123, 136,
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