Léogâne

. The genre was imported to the Dominican Republic and is now an integral part of the Afro-Dominican music scene, where it is known colloquially as Gaga. This is an old festival, dating back to colonial times and before that in Western and Central Africa. The genre though predominantly Afro-based has some Taino Amerindian elements to it such as the use of güiros and maracas. Its songs and melodies have been passed down for generations, so they are all popular “hit” songs. And Rara


Popayán

, excelling in playing the chirimía, that is made up of flutes (transverse cane), guacharacas, drums, castrueras and triángulos, making its appearance in the traditional celebrations of Popayán, especially at Christmas time and at the end of the year. On the plateau of Popayán, groups of farmers play stringed instruments, composed of three guitars and maracas which have incorporated into their repertoire paseos, merengue (Merengue music)s, pasillos and boleros in vocal


Trinidad and Tobago

, Panama, Belize '''Trinidad and Tobago''' competed at the '''2000 Summer Olympics''' in Sydney, Australia. '''Trinidad and Tobago''' competed at the '''1996 Summer Olympics''' in Atlanta (Atlanta, Georgia), United States. '''Maracas-Saint Joseph''' is a colloquial name used in Trinidad and Tobago to distinguish the Maracas Valley above the town of Saint Joseph, Trinidad and Tobago Saint Joseph

from Maracas Beach. Maracas-Saint Joseph is one of the large valleys on the southern side of the Northern Range, while Maracas Beach lies on the opposite side of the mountains. '''T.K. Blue''' (also known as '''Talib Kibwe''', born Eugene Rhiney) '' JazzTimes '', "T.K. Blue" by Willard Jenkins, December 1999. is an American jazz saxophonist (saxophone) from New York City. His parents were

. James - fondly known by locals as the city that never sleeps Other destinations * Caroni Bird Sanctuary and former sugar cane estates (very nice place to watch birds, many mosquitoes) * North coast beaches (Maracas, Las Cuevas, Tyrico, Blanchisseuse) * La Brea Pitch Lake * Lopinot Historical Site - museum built on former Cocoa estate owned by French Count Charles Joseph de Lopinot * Roxborough - Northern Tobago, tropical rainforest reserve * Down the Islands - the small islands off


Valencia

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Venezuela

is left of Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando and that there are now two huge craters where McCoy AFB and downtown Orlando once stood. He also informs them that it will likely take a thousand years to get the contaminated areas decontaminated and habitable again. Maracas are heard in many forms of Latin music and are also used in pop (pop music) and classical music. They are considered characteristic of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela

, Jamaica and Brazil. Maracas are often played at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they are probably most identified with Bo Diddley, who wrote the song "Bring it to Jerome" about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas for Chuck Berry). Maracas are also very popular with children and are commonly included in the instruments of the rhythm band. * The castle-museum (Château de Boulogne-sur-Mer) of Boulogne, in the fortified

name "Bo Diaz statistics" Joropo Central The '''Joropo central''', is a musical style characteristic from the states Aragua (Aragua (state)) and Miranda (Miranda (state)) and the Eastern zones of Carabobo and north of Guárico (Guárico (state)). Is also called '''Joropo tuyero''' or '''pasaje aragüeño''', it accompanies the dance of joropo at the central zone of Venezuela, is interpreted by a harpist and a singer, that also executes the maracas


Honduras

on. From time to time, family members wail and cry before a coffin that has been put in a specially decorated room. Then, some of the men tune up the drums to play punta. The women sing. People go in one by one or in pairs to dance. Punta music for wakes is played with traditional instruments. These include first and second drums, maracas, a conch shell and sometimes claves - two hardwood sticks that are beat together. The music is sung in Garífuna with a soloist and chorus, like African music

or a Gospel music choir. Punta music sounds happy, but the words are often sad. "Yesterday you were well. Last night you caught a fever. Now in the morning you are dead," says one song. The rhythm pattern is very complex. One drum plays 2 4 or 4 4 beat. The second drum plays 6 8. This is the beat to which the feet move. The women sing in 4 4 time. Sometimes the songs have counter rhythms. The second drum is steady, but the conch shell, maracas, and first drum improvise solos similar to jazz


Jamaica

as being of West Indian (Caribbean) ancestry, of which 3.4% were from Jamaica. QT-P13. Ancestry: 2000 for 07666 5-Digit ZCTA, 2000 United States Census. Accessed August 21, 2008. Maracas are heard in many forms of Latin music and are also used in pop (pop music) and classical

music . They are considered characteristic of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Jamaica and Brazil. Maracas are often played at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they are probably most identified with Bo Diddley, who wrote the song "Bring it to Jerome" about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas for Chuck Berry). Maracas are also very popular with children and are commonly included


Puerto Rico

; Maracas are heard in many forms of Latin music and are also used in pop (pop music) and classical music. They are considered characteristic of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Jamaica and Brazil. Maracas are often played at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they are probably most identified with Bo Diddley, who wrote the song "Bring it to Jerome" about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas

for Chuck Berry). Maracas are also very popular with children and are commonly included in the instruments of the rhythm band. Freeport has an ethnically and racially diverse population. Freeport's African-American population lives largely in the northern section of the village. There is one housing project, named after Nassau County's first black judge, Moxie Rigby. Freeport's Hispanic community is made up of Puerto Ricans (Puerto Rico) and immigrants who hail from Colombia


Brazil

03 22 AR2007032202128_pf.html "U.S. Presses for Release of American Held in Ethiopia" , ''The Washington Post'', March 23, 2007. Accessed June 29, 2008. "Amir Meshal, 24, of Tinton Falls, N.J., was among dozens of people picked up by the Kenyan military on Jan. 12 as they fled a U.S-backed Ethiopian invasion into neighboring Somalia." Maracas are heard in many forms of Latin music and are also used in pop (pop music) and classical music

. They are considered characteristic of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, Jamaica and Brazil. Maracas are often played at celebrations and special events. In rock and roll, they are probably most identified with Bo Diddley, who wrote the song "Bring it to Jerome" about his maraca player, Jerome Green (who also played maracas for Chuck Berry). Maracas are also very popular with children and are commonly included in the instruments


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