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Adult Contemporary; a fancy name for the lame music your parents probably listened to. Take out the snare and you have a ballroom cha-cha. Swamp Pop--a style of music created by Cajun and Creole musicians in the late 1950's. There are also TWO versions of 'The Same Thing'; the second being the 'Muhuland Drive Mix'. Other composers have tended to represent more universal, rather than nationalist, techniques: these include Alberto GINASTERA and Mauricio Kagel in Argentina, Camargo Guarnieri in Brazil, Domingo Santa Cruz Wilson and Juan Orrego-Salas in Chile, and Julian Carrillo in Mexico. 1920s Afro-Cuban dance music popularized in the USA by bandleader Xavier Cugat (1900-1990).

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Publisher: Alfred Music (July 1, 2008)

ISBN: 0739055399

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