- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Map
- Part I <i>Flamenquismo</i>, Race, and Social Disorder
- Chapter 1 The Rise of <i>Flamenquismo</i> in Madrid, 1888–1898
- Chapter 2 <i>Flamenquismo</i> and Race
- Chapter 3 Flamenco, <i>Flamenquismo</i>, and Social Control
- Chapter 4 Anti-<i>flamenquismo</i> and Mass Entertainment
- Chapter 5 Madrid, <i>Cante Jondo</i>, and Nostalgia
- Part II Organ Grinders, “Aural Hygiene,” and Space
- Chapter 6 A Public Nuisance
- Chapter 7 Early Debates
- Chapter 8 The Persecution of <i>Organilleros</i>
- Chapter 9 A New Order?
- Chapter 10 The Demise and Enshrining of <i>Organilleros</i>
- Part III Workhouse Bands, Confinement, and Social Aid
- Chapter 11 Confinement, Mendicancy, and the Making of the Street Musician
- Chapter 12 Inside the Workhouse
- Chapter 13 Conquering the Public Space
- Chapter 14 The Band and Social Disorder
- Discordant Notes
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