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Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas$
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Charles A. Perrone

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780813034218

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813034218.001.0001

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Banda HispânicaSpanish American–Brazilian Links in Lyric and Landings

Banda HispânicaSpanish American–Brazilian Links in Lyric and Landings

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Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas

Charles A. Perrone

University Press of Florida

One of the most significant developments in terms of communication since the 1990s involves the Internet's dissemination and diversification. The spread and exchange of information over the World Wide Web has moved towards global digital networks' macro level, local online communities' micro level, and virtual connection's intermediate level within geographical areas. Transamerican arts' relations may adopt a multidirectional spread as it may encompass all of the Western Hemisphere's countries. This chapter introduces Banda Hispânica—an Internet location that utilizes technological means to represent cultural inclusions— and how Brazil occupies a substantial area in cyberspace because of its international and national poetry postings. The most wide-ranging Brazilian lyric Website sponsors a “Hispanic band” which is further divided in sections that are always found to be in progress.

Keywords:   Banda Hispânica, Hispanic band, Internet, World Wide Web, communications, cyberspace, poetry postings

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