Latin and Caribbean Dance

Elizabeth A. Hanley, margaret Musmon, Jacques D'Amboise, "Latin and Caribbean Dance"
Chelsea House Publications | 2010 | ISBN: 160413481X | 112 pages | File type: PDF | 5,1 mb
The various cultures in Latin America and the Caribbean have produced their own unique forms of dance. Latin and Caribbean Dance highlights dances indigenous to Cuba (mambo and cha-cha-cha), the Dominican Republic (merengue and bachata), Haiti (compas and Vodou ritual dances), Argentina (tango), and Brazil (samba and capoeira). Explore how each dance has developed and been adapted through European and African influences, as well as how they continue to develop in the modern world.


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