Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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BIBLIOGRAPHY


B. Bogert: ‘Clifford Hayes and the Louisville Jug Bands’, vols 1–4, RST Records, JPCD 1501-2–1504-2

S.B. Charters: ‘The Memphis Jug Bands’, The Country Blues (New York, 1959), 75–89

B. Olsson: Memphis Blues and Jug Bands (London, 1970)

PAUL OLIVER


Juguete


(from Sp.: ‘toy’).

According to the first edition of the Diccionario de la lengua castellana (Madrid, 1726–39) a juguete is a joyful and festive song. In the late 17th century the Mexican poet Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz favoured it as a variant of the Villancico. Few examples of the juguete survive with music, but one is included in the 1659 cycle of villancicos for Christmas Eve Matins by Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla, maestro de capilla at Puebla, Mexico.

E. THOMAS STANFORD



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