music 5.16 - Salsa FANIA record label 1964 LISTEN Esta...

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Cha cha cha Origin in charanga ensemble ( timbales ? , violins, flute ? ? ) LISTEN: “Oye Como Va,” Tito Puente (1963)12:4 Latin Rock LISTEN: “Oye Como Va,” Santana (1970) *instrumentation? origen guitar LISTEN: “La Bamba” Ritchie Valens (1958) *What’s “Latin” about this? -son jarocho –Spanish / chacha- guitar solo -Latin Caribbean elements: cha cha bell, tumbao Boogaloo LISTEN: “Bang Bang” Joe Cuba (1968)12:7( bibi pang) mixed language “cha cha” with a back beat
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Unformatted text preview: Salsa FANIA record label, 1964 LISTEN: Esta Navidad Willie Coln12:11 (1970) cuatro (Puerto Rican guitar) trombone *Form? Verses >> coro (call and response improv) For more about Latino music, American Sabor listening on KEXP Documentaries: http://kexp.org/learn/documentaries.aspx?docid=5 Back to San Francisco Multi-racial bands Santana Tower of Power LISTEN : Youre Still a Young Man (1972) Sly and the Family Stone12:9...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course MUSIC 162 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '05 term at University of Washington.

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