Conga

The conga is an Afro-Cuban dance usually performed in a long line using simple repetitive steps.
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conga

Single-headed barrel-shaped drum of West African descent. Played in many Latin bands.
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conga

[n] - music composed for dancing the conga 2. [n] - a Latin American dance of 3 steps and a kick by people in single file 3. [v] - dance the conga
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conga

noun a Latin American dance of 3 steps and a kick by people in single file
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conga

(from the article `percussion instrument`) ...and may even represent the deity itself; as such they receive libations. One type of bongo drum—there exist at least four of these—has been ...
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Conga

[comparsa] Congas and comparsas are different parts of the carnivals of Santiago de Cuba., and by extension, similar groups may be found in carnivals in Havana. The congas are formed by a cornet china and a group of percussionists, playing drums and other instruments, together with the people who move to the rhythm of the drums. The musicia...
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conga

(dance) Latin American dance, originally from Cuba, in which the participants form a winding line, take three steps forwards or backwards, and then kick
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Conga

An African-Cuban dance characterized by the extreme violence of accents on the strong beats in 2/4 time. The Conga beat thus used has a rhythmic anticipation of the second beat in every other measure. The Conga was very popular in the late thirties. It was performed in a formation known as the Conga chain. The steps are simple, one, two, three, kic...
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conga

the most important hand-drum in latin music. Usually about 30"/75cm high, the complete set of congas contains three drums with different diameter
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Conga

[music] Conga music is a style of Cuban music used to dance Conga. ==Parodies== ==Early references== See Carmen Miranda for reference to many more Conga songs and dance. In the movie Strike Up the Band `Do the La Conga` (1939) Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Sidney Miller, William Tracy and chorus a...
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Conga

The conga (or tumbadora as the instrument is called in Cuba) is a tall, narrow, single-headed African drum. The Cuban conga is staved, like a barrel. They are used in the Carnaval rhythm called conga (or conga de comparsa), and is the principal instrument in rumba. Congas are now very common in Latin music, including salsa music, merengue music an...
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Conga

Afro-Cuban dance performed at Latin-American Carnival celebrations. Also a single-headed drum of Afr
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conga

feminized form of Congo through Spanish
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