Umbrella term for popular dance and hybrid music style, developed in the 40's and 50's. 1. The musical section that evolved in the late 1930's and 1940's from the Nuevo Ritmo of the Danzón. 2. An up tempo Afro-Cuban musical style that evolved in the 1940's and 50's as a blending of the Mambo section, elements of the Son and some influences of American Jazz orchestras. 3. A section of an arrangement usually following or developing from the Montuno section featuring new arranged (or sometimes improvised) material such as Moñas in the horn section. 4. The Afro-Cuban dance of the same name popularized in New York and sometimes called Salsa.
(1) An up-tempo dance style, developed through the 1940s and '50s, that blends several elements of North American instrumentation and harmony with elements of the son and other Cuban genres. (2) The section added in the 1940s to the danzón form that featured a call-response pattern between instruments as well as improvisation.
A fast latin dance, similar to Salsa, which comes from Cuba. Mambo was brought to America in the 1940's and 50's and eventually adapted as an American style ballroom dance. Most of the movements emphasize the second beat in the measure, suggestive of the Clave rhythm which is fundamental to Mambo music. See also: [ Clave | Salsa ] Baile latino de ritmo rápido, similar a la Salsa, originario de Cuba. El Mambo fué introducido en América en los años 40 y 50 y adaptado al estilo Americano de baile de salón. La mayoría de sus movimientos enfatizan el tiempo 2. El sugestivo ritmo de la Clave es fundamental en la música de Mambo. Véase también: [ Clave | Salsa
Most commonly referred to as a repeating section of a song, also known as montuno. It is often mistaken for a specific type rhythm or song form. The dance done during this part of the music also became known as the mambo.
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The Mistress (lady "master") of Ceremonies of the Arada or Anago group, a Voodoo priestess.
Priestess of the Haitian Voodoo belief system.
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