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Cumbia
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)
Cumbia [ˈkumbja] is a folkloric genre and dance from Colombia. Since the 1940s, commercial or modern Colombian cumbia expanded to the rest of Latin America
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List of hip hop genres
Haiti Nuyorican rap - by Puerto Ricans of New York City South American Cumbia rap - from Colombia Stronda - from Rio de Janeiro Vigilante rap - from Brazil
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Music of Mexico (section Cumbia)
Rock. Today Cumbia is played in many different ways, and has slight variations depending on the geographical area like Cumbia sonidera, Cumbia andina mexicana
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List of popular music genres (section Southeast Asian)
Mexican son Música criolla Nueva canción Tropical Bachata Bolero Criolla Cumbia Chicha Porro Guajira Mambo Merengue Cuban rumba Salsa Salsa romántica Son
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List of music styles (section South and southeast Asian)
Mexican son Música criolla Nueva canción Tropical Bachata Bolero Criolla Cumbia Chicha Porro Guajira Mambo Merengue Rumba Salsa Salsa romántica Son Tejano
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Heater (Samim song)
producer Samim. The instrumental contains a sample of the Colombian cumbia "La Cumbia Cienaguera", popular in the 1950s, in a version by Colombian accordionist
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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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Mexico
that have mixed with the folklore of Mexico, examples like the Mexican cumbia are part of this merger, of which the most successful grouping in recent
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Music of Africa (section West, Central, Southeast and South Africa)
Latin American music genres such as zouk, bomba, conga, rumba, son, salsa, cumbia and samba, were founded on the music of enslaved Africans, and have in turn
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Africa
Latin American music genres such as zouk, bomba, conga, rumba, son, salsa, cumbia and samba, were founded on the music of enslaved Africans, and have in turn
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Latin America
Antillean soca and calypso, the Honduran (Garifuna) punta, the Colombian cumbia and vallenato, the Chilean cueca, the Ecuadorian boleros, and rockoleras
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Argentina
musicians. Another popular musical genre at present is Cumbia villera is a subgenre of cumbia music originated in the slums of Argentina and popularized
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Colombia
orchestras in Colombia. Caribbean music has many vibrant rhythms, such as cumbia (it is played by the maracas, the drums, the gaitas and guacharaca), porro
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Pentatonic scale
42:48:56:63:72) Pentatonic scales occur in many musical traditions: Peruvian Chicha cumbia Indian classical music, both Hindustani and Carnatic traditions Indigenous
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Costa Rica
needed] Dance-oriented genres, such as soca, salsa, bachata, merengue, cumbia and Costa Rican swing are enjoyed increasingly by older rather than younger
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South America
variety of music. Some of the most famous genres include vallenato and cumbia from Colombia, pasillo from Colombia and Ecuador, samba, bossa nova and
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Panama
and South America, bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean Sea to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The
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El Salvador
customary listening radio and party in the country, especially boleros, cumbia, merengue, Latin pop, salsa, bachata, and reggaeton. Football is the most
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Accordion
traditional instrument in Colombia, commonly associated with the vallenato and cumbia genres. The accordion has been used by tropipop musicians such as Carlos
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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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