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The music is based on Afro-Cuban music but incorporating elements from other Latin American styles. Musicians’ use percussion instruments such as the clave, maracas, conga, bongo, tambora, bato, and cowbell. The instruments and the singers often mimic the call-and-response patterns of traditional African songs and then break into the chorus. Other instruments include the vibraphone, marimba, bass, guitar, piano, and a brass section of trombone and trumpet. As of late, in modern salsamusic, electronics are added to the mix.
There are many types of Salsa, such as dura (hard) and romantica (romantic). There are salsa merengues, balada (romantic), and much more.
“Periódico de Ayer,” Hector Lavoe
“El Preso,” Fruko y Sus Tesos
Fuego en el 23, La Sonora Ponceña
“Pedro Navaja,” Willie Colon and Rubén Blades
“Vivir Mi Vida,” Marc Anthony
“La Rebelión,” Joe Arroyo
“Sin Salsa No Hay Paraiso,” El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
“Cali Pachanguero,” Grupo Niche
“Toro Mata,” Celia Cruz and Johnny Pacheco
“Ven, Devorame Otra Vez,” Lalo Rodríguez
“Las Caras Lindas,” Ismael Rivera
“Llorerás,” Oscar D´Leon
“Dile a Ella,” Victor Manuelle
“Conteo Regresivo,” Gilberto Santa Rosa
“Quítate Tú,” Fania All Stars
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