Afro cuban jazz is the earliest form of latin jazz it mixes afro cuban clave based rhythms with jazz harmonies and techniques of improvisation afro cuban jazz emerged in the early 1940s with the cuban musicians mario bauz and frank grillo machito in the band machito and his afro cubans in new york city. From afro cuban rhythms to latin jazz is an illuminating and remarkable study this book is written with unparalleled authority and expertise a true gem of a work danilo lozano flutist record producer whittier college professor. Afro cuban latin jazz is less danceable ie has a less driving rhythm has more improvisation is more instrumental and uses complex chords and each sub genre of afro cuban music such as the cha cha cha rumba mambo salsa son montuno songo etc has its own particular rhythmic patterns or idiosyncrasies. From afro cuban rhythms to latin jazz book description this book explores the complexity of cuban dance music and the webs that connect it musically and historically to other caribbean music to salsa and to latin jazz
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