The Cuban reggaeton developed and grew tremendously in popularity in the first decade of the century. During this period the number of reggaeton bands multiply and the public increasingly became more interested in this new genre.
In this section we want you to get to know in detail everything related to the history of Cuban music, from its origins to the most recent artists.
Its creation dates from 1976, however, some of the designs of its emblematic structures come from 1961.
You can not talk about Cuban music without mentioning Enrique Jorrin, the charismatic creator of the chachachá
When we talk about the musical revolution in Cuba after 59, we should always mention the Nueva Trova movement.
Percussion workshops in Cuba have always been something interesting for any music students in any country.
The bolero (similar only in name to the Spanish one) arose in the late nineteenth century in Santiago de Cuba.
Percussion in Cuba, as we know it today, has its origins in the first African slaves residing on the island.
There is a lot to talk about Cuban music. From the different rhythms, instruments and the particular history to the mastery of their most prestigious representatives at an international level.
Originally from Africa, shekere is a percussion instrument consisting of a dry, hollow gourd, which is covered with a network accounts (stones, shells, etc…).
At the end of the last century the production of the Cuban children’s song decreased and reggaeton emerged as a musical, cultural and social phenomenon.
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