Monthly Archive: March, 2016

Musicality: When to Incorporate Rumba Guaguancó During a Casino Dance

People mix casino and rumba guaguancó indiscriminately nowadays. There’s nothing wrong with mixing dances, but at least let’s do it when the song calls for it.

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Overcoming Rueda Disillusionment: How Do We Get Ruedas to Be Fun Again?

When was the last time you joined a rueda and did NOT hear the following calls: sombrero, sententa, dedo, dame, dame dos, dame dos con dos, Coca-Cola, Kentucky, montaña, por arriba, enchufa doble, un tarro, adios, vacila, un fly, suénala? These calls can get repetitive and ultimately boring. Here’s how to fix that.

Musicality: Tornillos, and When to Do Them

Tornillos. They are hard to do, but really cool-looking, and a very rewarding feeling of accomplishment usually follows when you do them. But they also should be done in the right place during the song. Read to find out more.

La clave: ¿2-3 o 3-2? Entendiendo la diferencia y sus aplicaciones

Esta es la entraga más popular del blog. Muchas personas quizá hayan oído sobre los diferentes tipos de clave (algunas personas hasta dicen que dicha diferencia no existe). Aquí se intenta arrojar un poco de claridad a este asunto. Todo lo que necesitas saber, en términos bien simples, y más.

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