Style Guide Genre Latin

Afro Cuban

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Bachata

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Batucada

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Beguine

Or Biguine, dance music born in the French West Indies, became popular from the 1930s.

Bolero

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Boogaloo

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Bossa Nova

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Cha-Cha

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Charanga

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Compas

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Conjunto

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Corrido

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Cuatro

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Cubano

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Cumbia

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Danzon

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Descarga

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Fado

Typical form of Portuguese singing, Portuguese musical patrimony.

Flamenco

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Forro

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Guaguancó

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Jibaro

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Joropo

Venezuelan / Colombian popular music, generally played with an Arpa, a cuatro, a guitar and percussions.

Lambada

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Llano

Venezuelan / Colombian style, variant of Joropo, in the region of the Llanos (savanna region across Venezuela and Colombia)

MPB

Brazilian popular music (Música popular brasileira) issued from the Bossa Nova.

Mambo

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Mariachi

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Marimba

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Merengue

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Norteño

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Nuevo Cancion

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Nuevo Trova

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Pachanga

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Plena

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Quechua

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Ranchera

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Reggaton

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Rumba

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Salsa

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Samba

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Son

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Sonero

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Tango

Born in Argentina, at the beginning of 20th century, embodied by the figure of Carlos Gardel. Expanded from the 1920s over the globe in dancings.

Tejano

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Trimba

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Trova

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Vallenato

Typical music from North of Colombia.