There will be a second printing. These errors will be fixed.
p. 2 In the map, the capital of Acre is Rio Branco, and the the body of water is the Atlantic, not the Gulf of Mexico. There are LOTS MORE errors in the map, unfortunately. I recommend using a different map, like the one provided by the University of Texas library.
p. 10 in photo caption, "repinque" should be spelled "repinique."
p. 12 Figure 1.7 has the wrong musical notation. It should be the notation below. Thanks to Andy Hentz for calling this to my attention.
Figure 1.7 corrected
p. 25 Bezerra da Silva sings "Malandro é Malandro e Mané é Mané" on Rough Guide to Samba, not Zeca Pagodinho.
p. 64 map: replace "Amazonia" with "Amazonas" and replace "Tocantins" with "Maranhão."
p. 92 In the caption to fig. 4.11, Barachinha's name lacks the second 'h'.
Rogério Budasz's review in Music and Letters justly notes that there are many mistakes in the map. He noticed these typos as well: "Pelo Telofone" should be "Pelo Telefone" (p. 7); "cavaló-marinho" should read "cavalo-marinho" (p. 75). Prof. Budasz kindly wrote, "Several songs are presented with complete Portuguese lyrics along with impeccable English translations. Surprising in a book about Brazil by a non-native Portuguese speaker is the small number of misspellings, which testifies to careful copy-editing."
On p. 109, the statement that São Paulo is "the largest city in the region and in all of Latin America" should be amended to read "the largest city in Brazil." On page 121, line 1, "prounciation" should be "pronunciation." On page 122, second line from the bottom, the figure references should read "...Leonardo (see Figure 5.2) and Renato Borghetti (see Figure 5.3)...".
Thanks to Prof. Mario A. Lopez for suggesting these corrections.