If you are interested in copies of any of the items below and cannot access them via your library, please get in touch and I will be happy to send you a copy (as long as I have it as a PDF).
“The Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Cuba and its Role in the Cuban Revolution’s Cultural Project,” Cuban Studies 47 (March 2019): 19-34.
“Lucía en tres movimientos”: un análisis interpretativo de la banda sonora de Leo Brouwer para el film Lucía,“ Boletín Música (Jan.-Aug. 2019): 15-25.
“Experimental Music and the Avant-garde in Post-1959 Cuba: Revolutionary Music for the Revolution.” in collected edition Experimentalisms in Practice: Music Perspectives from Latin America. Eds. Alejandro Madrid, Eduardo Herrera, and Ana Alonso-Minutti. 251-278. Oxford University Press, 2018.
“Cubanness, Innovation, and Politics in Art Music in Cuba, 1942-1979.” PhD Diss. Indiana University, 2016.
“Music of Puerto Rico.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Music. Ed. Kate van Orden. New York: Oxford University Press, (February 2019).
“Classical Music in Cuba.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Music. Ed. Bruce Gustafson. New York: Oxford University Press, (February 2016).
Dictionary and Encyclopedia Entries
“Tania León,” in Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. Edited by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. & Franklin W. Knight. Oxford University Press, 2016.
“Juan Blanco,” “Grupo de Renovación Musical (Cuba),” “Juan Orrego-Salas,” “Roberto Sierra,” and “William Ortiz,” in Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism
“Frances Aparicio,” “Rafael Aponte Ledee,” “Héctor Campos Parsi,” “Willie Colón,” “Catalino ‘Tite’ Curet Alonso,” “Jack Delano,” “Oscar D’León,” “Noel Estrada,” “Osvaldo Golijov,” “Juan Gutiérrez,” “Héctor Lavoe,” “Andy Montañez,” “William Ortiz,” “Angel G. Quintero Rivera,” “Daniel Santos,” “Carlos Vázquez,” “Orestes Vilato,” in Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd ed., edited by Charles Hiroshi Garret, New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Translator, Rubén López Cano, “Notes for a Prehistory of Mambo.” In A Latin American Music Reader: Views from the South. Edited by Javier F. León and Helena Simonett. Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, 2016. Volume awarded the Bruno Nettle Prize from the Society for Ethnomusicology in 2017.
“Singin’ Sepia.” CD Review. Black Grooves (September 2008).
Historias 71 (SECOLAS Podcast), “Marysol Quevedo and Elizabeth Schwall on Revolutionary Cuba’s Cultural Projects,” (December 19, 2019).
Liner notes and graphic design for Minha Terra: A Collection of Brazilian Chamber Songs Based on Folk and Love Themes. Bruno Sandes and Hanmo Qian. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD 2014-02.
Liner notes and graphic design for FireProof: Latin American Music for Two Pianos. Hammond Piano Duo. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD 2014-01.
Liner notes and graphic design for Nubes Bajas: A Collection of Solo Cello Music from Latin America. Nicholas Mariscal. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD 2013-02.
Liner notes and graphic design for Danza en el Parque de las Acacias: A collection of solo piano music from Mexico and Brazil. Daniel Inamorato. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD2013-01.
Liner notes and graphic design for…Eco de violín: A Collection of New Latin American Music for Violin with Piano and Electronics. Colin Sorgi and Jooeun Pak. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD2011.
Liner notes to Paisaje Urbano, performed by Indiana University’s Latin American Popular Music Ensemble. [Indiana, USA]: IU Music, LAMC CD 2011-01, 2011.
“L’Italiana in Algeri,” Program Notes for the 2009 IU Opera Production of Rossini’s L’Italiana in Algeri