The introduction and paseo again repeat before a second melody is played.
The dancers do not dance during these sections: they choose partners, stroll onto the dance floor, and begin to dance at precisely the same moment: the fourth beat of bar four of the paseo, which has a distinctive percussion pattern that's hard to miss.
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Initially, they were small orchestra of two violins, a cello, flute, timbales, güiro, and doublebass.
Charanga and típicas competed with each other for years, but after 1930 it was clear that the days of the típica were over.
Cuban music also contributed to the emergence of Latin dance styles in the United States, namely rhumba (ballroom rumba) and salsa.In Cuba, these dances were influenced by African rhythmic and dance styles and so became a genuine fusion of European and African influences.The danzón developed in 1879, and has been an important root for Cuban music up to today.He highlighted some of the problems the Cavs will deal with as they get acclimated to each other.Cruise companies have stepped up their offerings to widen appeal to a younger demographic.After the colonization of Cuba by the Spanish Kingdom, European dance forms were introduced such as the French contredanse, which gave rise to the Cuban contradanza.Contradanza itself spawned a series of ballroom dances between the 19th and 20th centuries, including the danzón, mambo and cha-cha-cha.Modern mambo began with a song called "Mambo" written in 1938 by brothers Orestes and Cachao López.The song was a danzón, a dance form descended from European social dances like the English country dance, French contredanse, and Spanish contradanza.(Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) VISIT THE 92.3 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Cleveland sports fans have a bold choice for news and information about their favorite sports teams.Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM) features locally produced programs hosted by familiar Cleveland voices, along with headline updates every 20 minutes and a full lineup of NFL […](Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) For the best national perspective on the sports world, check out the new CBS Sports Radio on our HD2 channel.