Cumbia
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Cumbia refers to a number of musical rhythm and folk dance traditions of Latin America, generally involving musical and cultural elements from Amerindians, Africans enslaved during colonial times and Europeans. Examples include:
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1Regional adaptations of Colombian cumbia
1.1Argentina
1.2Bolivia
1.3Chile
1.4Costa Rica
1.5Mexico
1.6Paraguay
1.7Peru
1.8El Salvador
1.9Venezuela
2References
Regional adaptations of Colombian cumbia​[​edit​]
Argentina​[​edit​]
Bolivia​[​edit​]
Bolivian cumbia
Chile​[​edit​]
Costa Rica​[​edit​]
Costa Rican cumbia
Mexico​[​edit​]
Paraguay​[​edit​]
Cachaca​, a fusion of cumbia sonidera, norteña, vallenato and cumbia villera
Peru​[​edit​]
El Salvador​[​edit​]
Salvadoran cumbia
Venezuela​[​edit​]
Venezuelan cumbia
References​[​edit​]
^ The Cumbia – Drumset Adaptations of a Traditional Colombian/Panamanian Rhythm
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