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    Guaguanc 1 Rumba developed in the late 1800s in the neighborhoods of Havana and Matanzas. It is song, dance, and drum at its best and the conga was created to play this music. The three older rumbasare Columbia, Guaguanc, and Yamb (although there used to be others). The newer rumbas areGuarapachangeo and Batarumba. Note that there is a basic pattern for the quinto. Not everyone realizes that there is a basic so it is not always played, but it should be learned anyway. There aremany ways to play rumba, these patterns are just to get you started.

    Guaguanc, Havana Style (3-2)Tres/Dos Salidor

    Basic Quinto Two Drum

    Guaguanc, Matanzas Style (3-2)Tres/Dos Salidor

    Two Drum

    The quinto pattern is the same for both styles.

    Hand-and-Stick Exercise #1a

    Cscara Son Montuno

    Mozambique Basic Six-Eight

    Copyright 2004. Don Skoog. All Rights Reserved.

    by Don Skoog