Revueltas Bibliography

Aktories, Susana G. and Katherine A. Dory, liner notes to Sensemaya: The Unknown Revueltas, Camerata de los Americas, Dorian Recordings 90244, CD, 1996.

Alcaraz, Antonio. Musica Mexicana de Galindo, Chavez, Moncavo, Revueltas, Marabank ( Liner Notes). Forlane UCD 16688/16689

Arroyo, Luis Leobardo. Humboldt Journal of Social Relations 12, no. 1 (1984): 158-60.

Azuela, Alicia. “El Machete and Frente a Frente: Art Committed to Social Justice in Mexico.” Art Journal 52, no. 1 (1993): 82-87. doi:10.2307/777306.

Balthaser, Benjamin. “Cold War Re-Visions: Representation and Resistance in the Unseen Salt of the Earth.” American Quarterly 60, no. 2 (2008): 347-71.

Battisti, Frank L. 2002. The winds of change: the evolution of the contemporary American wind band/ensemble and its conductor. Galesville, MD: Meredith Music Publications.

Béhague, Gerard. “Indianism in Latin American Art-Music Composition of the 1920s to 1940s: Case Studies from Mexico, Peru, and Brazil.” Latin American Music Review / Revista De Música Latinoamericana 27, no. 1 (2006): 28-37.

Benjamin, Gerald R. “Julian Carrillo and “Sonido Trece” (“Dedicated to the Memory of Nabor Carrillo”).” Anuario 3 (1967): 33-68. doi:10.2307/779745.

Bernstein, Leonard. Page 14 of Young People’s Concerts Scripts: The Latin American Spirit [typescript on blue paper with emendations in black & blue pencil]., accessed 2/4/2016.

Blake, Alfonso Corona, dir. 1959. Yo Pecador. Laguna Films. VHS, 1992.

Britannica Academic, s.v. “Mexican Revolution,” accessed January 28, 2017,

Candelaria, Lorenzo. “Silvestre Revueltas at the Dawn of His “American Period”: St. Edward’s College, Austin, Texas (1917-1918).” American Music 22, no. 4 (2004): 502-32. doi:10.2307/3592991.

“Carrillo, Julián.” The Oxford Dictionary of Music, 2nd ed. rev.. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, accessed January 30, 2017,

Charlot, Jean. “Diego Rivera at the Academy of San Carlos.” College Art Journal 10, no. 1 (1950): 10-17. doi:10.2307/772362.

Charlot, Jean. “Orozco and Siqueiros at the Academy of San Carlos.” College Art Journal 10, no. 4 (1951): 355-94. doi:10.2307/772725.

Chase, Gilbert. “Creative Trends in Latin American Music-II.” Tempo, no. 50 (1959): 25-28.

Copland, A. ‘Composer from Mexico’, The New Music, 1900–1960 (New York, 1968), 202–210
Cowell, H ‘Chávez’, The Book of Modern Composers, ed. D. Ewen (New York, 1942, 3/1961 as The New Book of Modern Composers), 443–6

“CRONOLOGÍA.” Artes De México, Nueva Epoca, no. 2 (1992): 78-81.

De La Fuente, Carla Zurián, and David A. Auerbach. “LIQUID WALLS: STAINED GLASS IN MEXICAN ART, 1900-1935.” The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts 26 (2010): 12-43.

Derr, Virginia B. “The Rise of a Middle-Class Tradition in Mexican Art.” Journal of Inter-American Studies 3, no. 3 (1961): 385-409. doi:10.2307/164845.

Fernandez, Justino. Mexican Art / photographs by Constantino Reyes. London: Hamlyn, 1965.

“FILMOGRAFÍA.” Artes De México, Nueva Epoca, no. 2 (1992): 54-55.

Frank, Robert L. “Prelude to Cold War: American Catholics and Communism.” Journal of Church and State 34, no. 1 (1992): 39-56.


GONZALEZ, Aurelio. “¿ Cómo Vive El Corrido Mexicano ? ¿ Quién Canta Corridos ? ¿ Quiénes Cantaron Corridos ?” Caravelle (1988-), no. 51 (1988): 23-30.

Hernandez, Juan. “The Influence Of The Mexican American Culture Upon The Arts.” American Music Teacher 22, no. 3 (1973): 32-42.

Hess, Carol A. “Silvestre Revueltas in Republican Spain: Music as Political Utterance.” Latin American Music Review / Revista De Música Latinoamericana 18, no. 2 (1997): 278-96. doi:10.2307/780398.

Hughes, Langston. The Collected Works of Langston Hughes.  Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 2001.

J.B. Steane. “Mojica, José.” The New Grove Dictionary of OperaGrove Music OnlineOxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, accessed January 29, 2017,

Jarvinen, Lisa. The rise of Spanish-language filmmaking: out from Hollywood’s shadow, 1929-1939. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2012.

Koegel, John. “Mexican Musicians in California and the United States, 1910-50.” California History 84, no. 1 (2006): 6-29.

L.S.H. Revista De Musicología 3, no. 1/2 (1980): 310.

LEFERE, ROBIN. “Memoria Crítica, “working Memory” Y Pensar Novelesco En “La Noche De Los Tiempos” De Antonio Muñoz Molina.” Revista Canadiense De Estudios Hispánicos 40, no. 1 (2015): 157-73.

Lychner, John A. “Instrumental Music Experiences from Mexico”. Music Educators Journal, 94/4 (March 2008): 40-45.

Malmstrom, Dan. Introduction to Twentieth Century Mexican Music. Uppsala, Sweden, 1974.

Martínez, Katynka Z. “Regional Mexican Music.” Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, accessed February 7, 2017,

Mayer-Serra, Otto. “Silvestre Revueltas and Musical Nationalism in Mexico.” The Musical Quarterly 27, no. 2 (1941): 123-45.

Mester, Jorge. Interview with Doug Ordunio. accessed 2/4/2016.

Miller, Jason. Langston Hughes and the American Lynching Culture. Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2011.

Miller, Tom. “Class Reunion: SALT OF THE EARTH REVISITED.” Cinéaste 13, no. 3 (1984): 30-36.

Mojica, José. Yo pecador. Mexico: Editorial Jus, 1959.


Parker, R ‘Copland and Chávez: Brothers-in-Arms’, American Music, v/4 (1987), 433–44

Parker, Robert. “Revueltas, the Chicago Years.” Latin American Music Review / Revista De Música Latinoamericana 25, no. 2 (2004): 180-94.

PARRA, Max. “Pancho Villa Y El Corrido De La Revolución.” Caravelle (1988-), no. 88 (2007): 139-49.

Patterson, Robert H. “An Art in Revolution: Antecedents of Mexican Mural Painting, 1900-1920.” Journal of Inter-American Studies 6, no. 3 (1964): 377-87. doi:10.2307/164913.

Patykula, John. “Manuel Maria Ponce (1882–1948)“,  Guitarra Magazine [2006 or earlier] (archive from 16 September 2016, accessed 17 October 2016).

Polcari, Stephen. “Orozco and Pollock: Epic Transfigurations.” American Art 6, no. 3 (1992): 37-57.

Pontikes, Elizabeth, Giacomo Negro, and Hayagreeva Rao. “Stained Red: A Study of Stigma by Association to Blacklisted Artists during the “Red Scare” in Hollywood, 1945 to 1960.” American Sociological Review 75, no. 3 (2010): 456-78.

Reiman, Karen Cordero. “Revueltas, Fermin.” Oxford Art Online. September 27, 1999. Accessed February 27, 2017. revueltas&search=quick&pos=1&_start=1#firsthit.

Revueltas, Silvestre. Por el Mismo: Apuntes autobiograficos, diarios, correspondencia y otro escritos de un gran musico. Mexico, D. F.:Ediciones Era,1989.

Revueltas, Silvestre, writer. Colorines. Conducted by Gisele Ben-Dor. English Chamber Orchestra. 2016. Accessed February 6, 2017.

Riambau, Esteve, Casimiro Torreiro, and Rosaura Revueltas. “This Film Is Going to Make History: An Interview with Rosaura Revueltas.” Cinéaste 19, no. 2/3 (1992): 50-51.

Saavedra, Leonora. “Manuel M. Ponce’s ‘Chapultepec’ and the Conflicted Representations of a Contested Space.” The Musical Quarterly, vol. 92, no. 3/4, 2009, pp. 279–328.

Slonimsky, Nicolas. Music Since 1900. New York: Schirmer Books,1994.

Stevenson, Robert. Music in Mexico, a historical survey. New York: Crowell, 1971.

Stevenson, Robert. “Revueltas, Silvestre.” Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, accessed February 7, 2017,

Sturman, Janet Lynn. The Course of Mexican Music. New York, NY: Taylor and Francis Group, 2016.

Unwuchekwa, Jemie. Langston Hughes: an introduction to the poetry. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 1976.

Vassberg, David E. “Villa-Lobos as Pedagogue: Music in the Service of the State.” Journal of Research in Music Education 23, no. 3 (1975): 163-70.

Williams, Reba White. “Mexican Modern Art.” Print Quarterly 18, no. 2 (2001): 234-37.

Womack, Jr., J. “The Mexican Revolution” in Mexico Since Independence, ed. Leslie Bethell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1991, p. 125