The sauce, rather than a genre, reflecting the joy and sensuality of Latin tastes sauce has become a popular dance in most cities in Latin America with quality composers and performers like Willie Colon, Celia Cruz, Ruben Blades and Tito Puente, Domingo Quinonez, India, Victor Manuelle, Rey Ruiz, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Marc Anthony SAMBA is one of the most renowned musical styles around the world, combining the movement of navels, and various percussion instruments songs alternate between chorus and soloist. Derived from a fertility dance of Angolan origin, performing in dance circles or double lines, as did the runaway slaves in the jungle to worship their gods. Currently, the Samba danced in pairs can often be separated for individual steps. SON The son is the father of almost all the Cuban rhythms and the origin of the sauce. . The son was born in Cuba in the eastern areas of the island, and was always revelation. Its enormous power of improvisation could lengthen or shorten a piece in the style of who played and the dancers claim musicians are most popular are: Compay Segundo, Eliades Ochoa, Ibrahim Ferrer, Oscar D? Leon TANGO In the early decades twentieth century, the tango music of bars and brothels forced Argentines. It is characterized by combining instruments like the clarinet, violin, harp and then the bandoneon, coupled with the phrasing and a partner with private dance steps.
United States and Europe know the tango because of the skill of musicians and dancers who give sample of this genre in the most famous international exhibitions of early last century. One example is the famous singer Carlos Gardel. Vallenato accordion, box and guacharaca are indispensable tools for interpreting the vallenato. This rate, typical of Colombia, has real stories or fantasy that made poetry come together in songs. Of the legendary artists of vallenato, perhaps the best remembered is Moscote Francisco, who one day stopped being a cowboy to become a wonderful accordionist. The most popular vallenato musicians are: Carlos Vives, Diomedez Diaz, Los Diablitos of Colombia, Alexander Ramis'.