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Cumbia
Argentina Bolivian cumbia Chilean cumbia New Chilean cumbia, a subgenre derived from Colombian cumbia Costa Rican cumbia Mexican cumbia Southeast cumbia or chunchaca
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Cumbia (Colombia)
representative of the Argentinian cumbia from the 1990s. The cumbia sound from Bolivia usually incorporates Afro-Bolivian Saya beats and Mexican influenced
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Cumbia villera
Cumbia villera (locally [ˈkumbja βiˈʒeɾa] or [ˈkumbja βiˈʃeɾa]) (roughly translated as "slum cumbia", "ghetto cumbia" or "shantytown cumbia") is a subgenre
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Los Ronisch (category Bolivian musical groups)
Los Ronisch are a Bolivian cumbia band. They originate from Cochabamba and are one of the most popular cumbia bands in South America. The press have called
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Music of Latin America (section Bolivia)
encompasses a wide variety of styles, including influential genres such as cumbia, bachata, bossa nova, merengue, rumba, salsa, samba, son, and tango. During
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Llorando se fue
"Llorando se fue" (English: [She] left in tears) is a Bolivian folk song recorded by Los Kjarkas in 1981 on the album Canto a la mujer de mi pueblo and
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Tecnocumbia (redirect from Sound (cumbia))
Tecnocumbia is a style of Cumbia where there is a fusion between electronic sounds generated by electronic musical instruments through electronic drums
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Tamborita (Bolivia)
covers brincaos, chobenas, carnavales, polcas, cuecas, cumbias, and canciones (songs) from Bolivia, Mexico and other South American countries. León Atiliano
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Andean music (section Cumbia)
Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, partially Chile. Typically, harawi is a moody, soulful slow and melodic song or tune played on the quena. Afro-Bolivian Saya Chicha
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Alma Bella (group) (category Cumbia musical groups)
Alma Bella is a female Peruvian cumbia group that was created in 2000. This musical group has 10 years of artistic life. During this time the group has
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Lambada (song)
Wonder Turns Out Bolivian". The New York Times. Retrieved February 2, 2012. Riding, Alan (July 4, 1990). "Brazilian Wonder Turns Out Bolivian (Published 1990)"
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Ráfaga
Ráfaga is a band in the Argentine cumbia. Formed in 1994, they started playing in Argentine cumbia clubs and quickly gained popularity. The band is characterised
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Chocolate (band)
Chocolate was a Uruguayan band from Montevideo, specializing in cumbia music. They released 3 studio albums, and at their peak, became a huge success in
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La Yegros
Muñoz and Miss Bolivia are collaborators of this album. It mixes electronic music with traditional Latin American rhythms like cumbia, chamamé, carnavalito
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Grupo Bryndis
Vila Cumbia!: Scenes of a Migrant Latin American Music Genre 2013 Page 267 0822354330 M. Bigenho - Sounding Indigenous: Authenticity in Bolivian Music
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List of radio stations in the Americas(section Bolivia)
FM Lima (Cumbia & Tropical Music) Nueva Q 107,1 – [National Coverage] (Cumbia Music) Onda Cero 98,1 – 98.1 FM Lima + National Coverage (Cumbia Music) Oxígeno
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Music of Peru
of the European waltz. Cueca—A pan-Andean compound 3/4-6/8 dance rhythm. Cumbia—A Colombian-in-origin 2/4 dance rhythm. Danza de tijeras—A dance from southern
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Music of Argentina (section Cumbia)
cumbia named cumbia villera (slum cumbia), who is aggressive and explicit (similar to punk rock or gangsta rap). From the 2000s to nowadays, cumbia become
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Lambada
aspects of dances such as forró, salsa, merengue, maxixe, carimbó and Bolivian saya. Lambada is generally a partner dance. The dancers generally dance
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A. B. Quintanilla (category Cumbia musicians)
Quintanilla later resurfaced in 1999 by creating the Kumbia Kings, which mixed cumbia and pop music. The Kumbia Kings went on an international tour, had several
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Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle
package the coffee. Or we see an appliance for listening to music like cumbias, rancheras or corridos, or whatever, and we see that it is very good because
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