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Oberle Eric

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Afro Cuban Such as Comparsa. The comparsa is a collective dance of march, which originates in the secular festivals of the slaves during the Spanish colony, especially in the day of the kings.
Afro Cuban Such as Guarapachanguero. Cuban rhythm born in 1984. It is elaborated on the basis of the Guaguanco within the group Chinitos.
Afro Cuban Such as Bembe. The Bembe are a Kongo ethnic group. The Bembe was originally a profane rhythm, the term Bembe is also used to designate a celebration or festivities with totally popular character. Congas.
Haitian Such as Ogu. Until very recently, voodoo represented the religion of the majority of the Haitian population. It is a set of African beliefs originating in particular from Dahomey and Nigeria that mingle with Catholicism.
Haitian Such as Juba. Rhythm of the Dead. It is played during commemorations or burials, it is a gued ryhme the dead whose prince is Baron Saturday.
Appears on albums
Tribal
2022
Transe
2015
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