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  • Author:
    Benjamin Lapidus
  • ISBN:
    0810862042
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810862043
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    Scarecrow Press (October 17, 2008)
  • Pages:
    222 pages
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    Music
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Changui is analogous to blues in the United States and is a crucible of Cuban Creole culture.

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He also highlights the connections between Afro-Haitian music and Cuban popular music through changüí, connections with the Caribbean that have been largely overlooked in the past. Books related to Origins of Cuban Music and Dance.

He also highlights the connections between Afro-Haitian music and Cuban popular music through changui, connections with the Caribbean that have been largely overlooked in the past.

Most authoritative work on the subject written in English. Changüí is considered a predecessor of the Cuban Son,. Changüí is considered a predecessor of the Cuban Son, the Changüí sound emerged out of the Eastern end of Cuba at the turn of the century, some consider it th. Origins of Cuban Music and Dance: Changüí is the first in-depth study of changüí, a style of music and dance in Guantánamo, Cuba.

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Son cubano is a genre of music and dance that originated in the highlands of eastern Cuba during the late 19th century. It is a syncretic genre that blends elements of Spanish and African origin. Among its fundamental Hispanic components are the vocal style, lyrical metre and the primacy of the tres, derived from the Spanish guitar. On the other hand, its characteristic clave rhythm, call and response structure and percussion section (bongo, maracas, et. are all rooted in traditions of Bantu origin.

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Origins of Cuban Music and Dance: Changüí is the first in-depth study of changüí, a style of music and dance in Guantánamo, Cuba. Changüí is analogous to blues in the United States and is a crucible of Cuban Creole culture. Benjamin Lapidus describes changüí and its relationship to the roots of son, Cuba's national genre and the style of music that contributed to the development of salsa, in Eastern Cuba. He also highlights the connections between Afro-Haitian music and Cuban popular music through changüí, connections with the Caribbean that have been largely overlooked in the past.After an initial historical discussion about the region of Guantánamo and the inter-connectedness of its various musical styles with a focus on changüí, Lapidus discusses the technical aspects of the genre as practiced within the region and beyond. He considers the socio-historical importance of its lyrics, presenting numerous musical transcriptions that explain how the music is structured, as well as providing background stories to songs. In a chapter unique to this book and a first in Cuban musicology and ethnography, Lapidus describes years of festivals and musical competitions to show how local musical identity takes shape, particularly when encountering national narratives of music history. The volume concludes with a comparison between changüí and son, as well as a bibliography, discography, and videography.