Merengue

Merengue can refer to one of the following: ...
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Merengue

[dance] Merengue (eɪ) is a style of Dominican music and dance. Partners hold each other in a closed position. The leader holds the follower`s waist with the leader`s right hand, while holding the follower`s right hand with the leader`s left hand at the follower`s eye level. Partners bend their knees slightly left and right, thus making the...
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merengue

Caribbean ballroom dance in which feet are frequently dragged
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merengue

couple dance originating in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, strongly influenced by Venezuelan and Afro-Cuban musical practices and by dances ... [2 related articles]
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merengue

High-energy dance beat from the Dominican Republic, very popular throughout the Latin world. Essential percussion instruments are a tambora and guira, with congas added in modern bands. Originally featured accordion; today's bands have keyboards and brass with fast repeated saxophone paterns.
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merengue

Latin American dance music with a lively 2/4 beat. Accordion and saxophone are prominent instruments, with ethnic percussion. It originated in the Dominican Republic and became popular in New York in the 1980s
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Merengue

One of the Latin Rhythms — see the navigation bar at the upper left of each page.
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