This page is an online collection of resources on the history of Dominican bachata music from CUNY Dominican Studies Institute's NEH-sponsored digital tool, A History of Dominican Music in the United States bachata genre guide, which provides information on the different eras of bachata development in the mid-to-late 20th century.
The background image is a cassette tape of compiled traditional bachata hits ca. 1980s, from the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library, Deborah Pacini Hernández Collection.
A photo of Dominican bachata singer Luis Segura playing his guitar ca. 1980s, from the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library, Deborah Pacini Hernández Collection.
Books on Bachata available at the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Library
Cariñito de mi vida
CUNY Dominican Studies Institute Archives and Library contributes to HBO Max: House of Bachata pop-up
Dominican Bachata bibliography
Dominican Bachata Moving from el Campo to the Garden
Dominican Music in the US
Eta Que Ta Aqui
First International Bachata Festival Flyer, May 8th, 1999
- publisher placeNew York City
- rightsCUNY Dominican Studies Institute, 2021
- rights holderCUNY Dominican Studies Institute
- rights territoryUS