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History of Afrocuban Jazz

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Chris Bruining

on 3 December 2013

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Transcript of History of Afrocuban Jazz

History of Afrocuban Jazz
Chano Pozo
The start of Latin- jazz
Mario Bauza & Machito and his Afro Cubans



“Es una mezcla de varios vocabularios que hace surgir una lengua nueva”.
“It’s a mixture of various vocabularies that creates a new language”.

Tío Pancho, writer. New York, June 1999



“sin la seccion completa de percusiones afrocubanas no hay jazz latino, sino solamente un jazz con acompanamiento latino”.
“without the complete Afro-Cuban percussion section there is no
Latin jazz, but only a jazz with latin accompaniment”.

Eddie Palmieri
Tata Guines
Mongo Santamaria
Afro blue
What is Latin/Afrocuban Jazz?
"Tanga"
Manteca - Dizzy Gillespie and Chano Pozo
Irakere. Jorge 'el nino' alfonso
Miguel 'Anga' Diaz
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