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“Campanas” means “bells” and, musically, can refer to pretty much any bell that one plays as an instrument–anything as “formal” as a cowbell could be considered campanas, or anything metal anyone finds on the street and hits with a stick. In conga street processions during Carnival in Santiago de Cuba, members of sprawling, everyone-in percussion parades are known to grab any kind of bell to make joyful noise, from official percussion instruments to kitchen implements to metal wheel hubs and other car parts.


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