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  1. Goltile

    The Latin American group LOS KOYAS puts on a lively musical performance for all publics with the haunting sonorities of music from the Andes, the dancing rhythms of the tropical regions of Latin American, the festive mood of mariachis from Mexico, the Indian flutes, harps and guitars of South America, the most beautiful songs from 12 countries.
  2. Nikoshicage

    Nov 04,  · Los del Sol, Inca show, Zuid-Amerikaanse muziek met panfluiten, South American music with panflutes and Inca dancers, musica de los Andes.
  3. Arashim

    Los Amigos Africa. likes. Live Latin Music English, Mexican, Brazilian, Classic English & Modern, Afrikaans. Authentic Latin Music. DJ Services, Karaoke. Dance.
  4. Dajora

    The music of Latin America refers to music originating from Latin America, namely the Romance-speaking countries and territories of the Americas and the Caribbean south of the United States. Latin American music is originally rooted in the music of the indigenous peoples of the Americas and also incorporates African music from slaves who were transported to the Americas by European settlers.
  5. Mull

    Comment: This is a used CD in Near Mint condition, all inserts. I could detect NO scratches and disc plays perfectly If you are unsatisfied please let me fix any problems you may have BEFORE leaving feedback/21/
  6. Kajik

    Amigos, an Album by Santana. Released in March on Columbia (catalog no. PC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Latin Rock.
  7. Kigam

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this scapvimasmejarimysraigegeargiman.coinfo scapvimasmejarimysraigegeargiman.coinfo’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
  8. Dikree

    Nov 04,  · I came across it in a general search for marimba music. For those who might think of "Latin" music in rather limited terms--son, samba, etcthis CD will come as a revelation. The program is tremendously varied, with both danceable pieces and more abstract, darker compositions that beautifully exploit the instrument's warm sonority/5(4).
  9. Shalkis

    En , los trabajadores que regresaban a su isla trajeron consigo nuevas influencias musicales. De la República Dominicana llegó el acordeón, la marimba y la tambora. De Cuba y Dominica llegaron los ritmos del merengue, del bolero y la guaracha. De Curazao, Aruba, Anguila y San Cristóbal llegó el vals, la tumba y la mazurca.

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