By J Patrice McSherry
In Chilean New Song, J. Patrice McSherry deftly combines a political-historical view of Chile with a story of its cultural improvement. She examines the democratizing energy of this track and, via interviews with key protagonists, the social roles of politically dedicated artists who participated in a move for swap. McSherry explores the effect of Chilean New music and how this artistic/cultural phenomenon on the topic of modern politics to trap the fervour, ache, and wish of thousands of Chileans.
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