Cuban Bolero (Cuba)

Cuban bolero–not to be confused with the Spanish music of the same name–originated in the 19th century as lyrical romantic music, performed on two Mexican-style guitars to Haitian rhythms. About the Cuban bolero | bolero on the front porch stoop in Santiago de Cuba

COUNTRY: Cuba
KEY INSTRUMENTS: Guitar, Claves, Congas, Maracas, Piano
SONG ON AATW: LATIN AMERICA CD: Azulão

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