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a Latin American dance similar in rhythm to the rumba

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De la boca de Damaso brota un sonido gutural y su orquesta irrumpe con saxofones roncos, apagados, que van en crescendo hasta explotar en un agudo sostenido en la trompeta de Chito Moran; son los primeros compases del mambo "Jose", su rubrica musical.
En el libro mencionado se recogen algunas opiniones sobre la personalidad del Rey del Mambo.
Considerando las multiples versiones sobre su verdadera fecha de nacimiento, el mundo de la musica latina festejo recientemente el natalicio, hace 90 anos, del verdadero e indiscutible Rey del Mambo.
Con la Orquesta Casino de La Playa, Damaso empezo a desarrollar sus proyectos: "Yo componia antes danzones y melodias de tipo bolero, pero la idea del mambo me obsesionaba y, sin darlo a conocer, preparaba cosas con el ritmo nuevo que me bullia en la cabeza .
Wendy Sweatman, the council's mobile leisure manager, said: "The children have a wonderful time at Mini Mambos.
Mini mambos sessions are also held during term time at Mile Oak Community Centre on Tuesdays, from 12.
Back in the '50s, when it seemed half the pop tunes on the radio had "cha-cha-cha" in the chores, choreographers knew Latin dancing was de rigueur in shows--a conga in Wonderful Town, a cha-cha for Bells Are Ringing, a mambo for Damn Yankees.
The story of the Castillo brothers originated in The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love, Oscar Hijuelos' Pulitzer Prize-winning 1989 novel.
Geographical has three copies of Mambo to give away.
Es el autor de Lindo Veracruz, Mambo 6, Mambo 7, Mambo en trompeta, Mambo en trombon, Mambo a la Nunez, Mambo Isabel y Rumbambo.
El mambo vino de Cuba (como en el siglo diecinueve el danzon, desde Matanzas, Cuba, con Miguel Failde) y no sabemos bien a bien como se origino.
After examining the multiple existing versions about his alleged date of birth, it appears that the Latin music world celebrated, in recent days, the ninetieth anniversary of the birth of the authentic and indisputable mambo king, baptized by Benny More as "Sealface Shorty" (Chaparrito con cara de foca).
Sin embargo, la etapa que va de 1949 a 1950 es la de su consolidacion y glorificacion pues compone y graba sus exitos inmortales: "Mambo en sax", "Mambo numero cinco", "La chula linda", "Mambo del ruletero", "Elsi mambo", "El mambo del papelero", "Caballo negro", "Mambo a la Kenton", "Mambo numero ocho", "Mambo de Paris".
A number of musicians and historians have speculated that there are three different mambos, one fora charanga orchestra, one for a trumpet conjunto and one for the big bands of metallic instruments.
At the moment, mambos with jazz harmonies and soloists are being enjoyed in Europe and Asia.