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Amazing Latin Music

Across
Jazz Saxophonist.
Also know as Tejano
Two short, stout pieces of wood that when struck together create a bright, high-pitched piercing sound.
Died in a plan crash together with Ritchie Valens.
Music featuring the accordion and banjo sexton.
Mambo King for the Latins.
Spanish word of Latin District.
A Cuban Orchestra
Brazilian musician behind composing many musical hits.
The second of the Latin dance crazes in the USA.
City where Ritchie Valens was born
A Cuban entertainer popular with audieces from 1940-1960.
City of Jelly Roll Morton
Down
Dance arrived from Argentina.
Composer of the song La Paloma
Culture of North Africa beginning in the 8th century.
Mambo King for the White Audiences
A syncopated bass pattern characteristic of Afro-Cuan Music.
Music developed in Texas but based on Norteno concepts.
A slave practice in which they tapped out tricky rhythms on their body parts.
A famous tejano singer.
State where Tito Puento was born
Career lasted only eight months and ended when he perished in 1959.
A section of music with a repeated rhythmic and harmonic patterns.
The Queen of Salsa
His mambo orchestra popularized Latin music through the medium of television.
The division of a beat into three equal parts.
A song recorded in 1947.
A Jazz Pianist.
An americanized Cuban rumba.