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Mexican cumbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... from Mexico . Contents 1 Origins of Mexican Cumbia 2 Some definitions and variations of Mexican cumbia 3 Development of Mexican cumbia 3.1 The Fifties 3.2 The Sixties 4 External references Origins of Mexican Cumbia [ edit ] The Cumbia ...


Cumbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... 1 Origins 2 History 3 Cumbia as a courtship ritual 4 Style 4.1 Musical instruments 5 Cu-mbia genres and movements 5.1 Cumbia Chicha 5.2 Technocumbia 5.3 Cumbia villera 5.4 Tropical movement 5.5 Chilean Romantic Cumbia 5.6 New Chilean Cumbia ...


Tejano music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... music Stylistic origins Pop , Rock , R&B , Blues , Funk , Jazz , Country , Polka , Co-njunto , Mariachi , Ranchera , Mexican cumbia , Norteño . Cultural origins 1970s, United States Typical instruments Vocals , Accordion , Bajo Sexto , ...


Flamenco - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Zamba Tropical Bachata Bolero Calypso Cha-cha-cha Champeta Changüí Charanga Conga Cuarteto Cumbia Argentine Bullerengue Colombian Mexican New Chilean cumbia Peruvian Sonidera Tecnocumbia Villera Danzón Fusion Guajira Guaracha Mambo ...


Latin music (genre) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Zamba Tropical Bachata Bolero Calypso Cha-cha-cha Champeta Changüí Charanga Conga Cuarteto Cumbia Argentine Bullerengue Colombian Mexican New Chilean cumbia Peruvian Sonidera Tecnocumbia Villera Danzón Fusion Guajira Guaracha Mambo ...


Cumbia sonidera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... (a derivation of the Cumbia Rock of Rigo Tovar ), harp (retaken of the cumbia costeña of states of the Southeastern of Mexico), electrical guitar (derived from the used ones in the beginning of the Mexican Cumbia by Mike Laure and Xavier ...


Latin American music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... by rhythms like cumbia and merengue. Chile [ edit ] Main articles: Music of Chile , An-dean music , Cueca and Nueva Canción Many musical genres are native to Chile; one of the most popular was the Chilean Romantic Cumbia , exemplified by ...


Latin American music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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...  – Bachata  – Banda  – Bolero  – Bossa nova  – Brazilian rock  – Choro  – Compas  – Cuarteto  – Cumbia  – Duranguense  – Frevo  – Forró  – Funk carioca  – Guaracha  – Lambada  – Merengue ...


Cumbia villera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... bum"). . Cumbia villera may be musically related to other local cumbia scenes such as Mexican cumbia sonidera and chicha from Peru . Reggaeton and hip-hop are less frequent influences. Present outlook [ edit ] Some radio and TV shows had ...


Spanish rock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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... Zamba Tropical Bachata Bolero Calypso Cha-cha-cha Champeta Changüí Charanga Conga Cuarteto Cumbia Argentine Bullerengue Colombian Mexican New Chilean cumbia Peruvian Sonidera Tecnocumbia Villera Danzón Fusion Guajira Guaracha Mambo ...


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