Evolución organológica y de repertorio en la Estudiantina o Tuna en España desde el fin de la Guerra Civil española.La influencia de �ida y vuelta� entre España y Latinoamérica

  1. Belmonte Trujillo, José Carlos
Supervised by:
  1. Martín Gómez-Ullate García de León Director
  2. María del Pilar Barrios Manzano Director

Defence university: Universidad de Extremadura

Fecha de defensa: 01 February 2016

  1. Enrique Cámara de Landa Chair
  2. Juana Gómez Pérez Secretary
  3. María Esperanza Jambrina Leal Committee member
  4. Julián López García Committee member
  5. José Filomeno Martins Raimundo Committee member

Type: Thesis

Teseo: 402775 DIALNET


This thesis is a contribution to the various disciplines involved in the study and education of the musical heritage and popular tradition in several ways: by offering a monograph of the �tuna� (Estudiantina), based on a critical review of historiographical information and in original contributions from the interdisciplinary analysis, intensive field work and analysis and classification of sound, graphics and audiovisual documents. A research that considers the �tuna� as an object of study relevant to ethnomusicology, anthropology and history of music, teaching music and disciplines focused on the study and management of cultural heritage. From this transdisciplinary and open perspective, it proposes lines of research based on relationships between university, music and society in every historical and cultural context. It focuses on an important and unprecedented phenomenon in the history and anthropology of the �tuna�: the fundamental transformation processes of musicological elements as its repertoire and its orchestration. Acculturation, or better, transculturation processes between America and Spain, which in the case of tuna, the lapses occur in two or three generations, so we are seeing them live and direct. One of the key hypotheses posed by this thesis is that the detriment of the traditional repertoire of the �Tuna�, found in our analysis, is due to the American influence and the incorporation of American songs and instruments.