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Blurring boundaries in Rosedale Park: The importance of the Tejano Conjunto festival on the transnational dissemination of traditional Texas-Mexican accordion music

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Title
Blurring boundaries in Rosedale Park: The importance of the Tejano Conjunto festival on the transnational dissemination of traditional Texas-Mexican accordion music
Published in
Latino Studies, April 2019
DOI 10.1057/s41276-019-00182-2
Authors

Erin Bauer

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#10,283,262
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#139
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