An areíto, or areyto (both spellings are found in both Spanish and English) is an indigenous ceremony or song form of Hispaniola island and Puerto Rico, adapted into modern musical forms in both Dominican Republic and, less commonly so, in the Music of Cuba. ==History== Despite superficial similarity to `airito`, the diminutive form of the Span.....
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(from the article `Latin American music`) Like the Mesoamerican and Andean peoples, the Caribbean Indians used music in ritual observances. Early Spanish observers reported that the areito ...
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