Andres Caicedo’s novel ¡Que viva la música! is a wild celebration of youth, hedonism and the transforming power of music. Maria del Carmen Huerta lives a . 6 Mar Que Viva La Musica. by Andres Caicedo. Topics caicedo, novela. Collection opensource. Novela en pdf. Identifier QueVivaLaMusica. Nelson Camayo in Que viva la música () Que viva la música () Alejandra Ávila . by Andres Caicedo () upon which this film is inspired, has been.

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Retrieved from ” https: She came to the rock world imported to the city by the children of parents who were able to study in the USA and return to Cali wearing gang clothes.

As a kind of Siddhartha of Hermann HesseMaria del Carmen goes from group to group looking for a sense for her life. Cali, Capital Mundial de la Salsalink retrieved on June 14, The novel is set in the city of Caliknown also as the “World Capital of Salsa “.

Que Viva LA Musica!

Colombian novels Novels set in Colombia novels. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Books with missing cover. The novel also offers an affectionate view of the Colombian city of Cali as unique, magic, and different.


That same afternoon, its author committed suicide. He started to write it on a trip to Los Angeles trying to get in touch with Roger Corman in order to sell musixa the famous Hollywood director four of his play scripts, but he was not welcomed. Link retraived on June 14, Published in English as: Our introduction caiced in the privileged north, with its Sixth Avenue “la Sexta”Parque Versalles, and its magical places, continuing to the ghetto in the South with its Caseta Panamericana built especially for the Pan American Gamesthe Pance River, the neighborhoods beyond upper-class Miraflores, the winged Andes mountain range, and the hideouts of sex and salsa in the final stretches of 15th Street “la Quince”.

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Link retrieved on June 14, Through the eyes of Maria del Carmen, Caicedo shows the different social groups of the s Cali, that reflects also the Colombian society and in a wider way Latin America.

But living in a high class comes to be for her boring and then she decided to explore the streets of the city.

She got bored of this first team and abandoned them soon to look more pure emotions. Views Read Edit View history. Maria del Carmen became a part of a gang to try any kind of drugs while listening to the Rolling Stones.


The novel has been seen as an invitation to a party without end, where the main character comes to see the world as a bottomless pit of debauchery, which she relishes. This page was last edited on 19 Septemberat Retrieved 22 November Caicedo devoted his time in the USA to seeing movies, studying blues and rock and writing this novel.

She is a girl of good family, the daughter of a photographer of the Calean high society. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Caicedo described his book as a result of an “ephemeral curiosity”, but there is a small but dedicated core of readers who believe it to be one of the greatest novels among Colombian literature of the second half of the 20th century.