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Latin music

— on the site and in general —

WNotni prikaz famoznog Son klave paternaelcome to the pages dedicated to our big passion - the music well known among people but not so much in depth. Author's intention was to make this complex phenomenon closer to all the latin music and dance lovers.

It all started with falling in love, and after that, intensive dive-in characteristic of all mine endeavours. Enjoy the life and spend your free time with quality! Take a sneak through this site reading on your favorite subjects! (Lot of mobile users without Flash plug-in will be without music background in segments like Authors and Genres, where there's a soothed musical track included.)

Several thoughts on Latin American music in general. It is all but a time to celebrate latin music as a unique cultural fusion on global scale: where impacts from four then distinctive worlds joined there, in Central and South America with Caribbees. And this melting pot is still boiling. Under Latin America we include all the romano-phonic countries, mostly Spanish and Portuguese. To stay on point, the consequence of this melting put is contemporary civilization phenomenon of global multiculturalism

Latin- is comprehensive and abstract prefix term for large number of different styles from various regions and particular countries in Latin America. Unlike some languages, in English Latino refers not to music but to a member of Hispanic population, and must common usage of Latin American music is Latino Pop - commercial, dance music i popular vocal oriented music in Spanish and Portuguese. Looking from there, Globally dominated anglophonics is in secondary plan. Contrary to those let's not forget to mention obscure Creole (mixture of colonial languages). On the LatiNet site we w/o exceptions look the Latin American in its widest. So, along with salsa i mambo we put house and reggae. We also try to keep up with trends so, along classic and folk, you can find electro-bossa i cumbia-dab.

"Ramba" and "Sunba"

Gitarista sa Kariba

Latin America's most widely known dance music genres are salsa and samba, with layers of percussion, energetic horn sections and 'catchy' rhythm. From the other stylistic side of music spectrum from Brasil comes Bossa Nova — easy and relaxed genre made by combining afro-rhythmical dance music and easy 'cool' jazz. With exceptions like tehano and mariachi styles, with foundations in folk and pop, all types of Latin music are marked with captivating rhythm. (Irony is that beautiful element is brought from Africa by countless mass of slaves through centuries). Rhythmics is effect of transcendental (even archetypal) connection of modern soul with ancient (ritual) pagan music.

Stylistic-time labyrinths laid before every cultural researcher are hard to imagine. Lets just illustrate this with the fact that among seeds of reggae music (Jamaica /O Brazilu/), aside ska are genres called calypso and mento. So, looking from LatiNet author's perspective, reggae is Latin American music, even though it belongs to Anglo world because of language, history and culture.

Even though author often likes to say how popular Latin music has two sources - two hearts beating in different rhythms: Cuba /O Brazilu/ incl. Caribe and Brasil /O Brazilu/, things are not that simple. There are more authentic spheres like music of Andes, Columbia /zastava/, mentioned Jamaica /O Jamajci/ (rege) or Argentina /Argentina/ (tango). The sorting can be done in many categories, and also to point to some of the contents of the site and answer the question: where now?

Geographical
in Serbo-Croat:
Regionalni vodič kroz latino

Vodič kroz države
Vodič kroz muziku Anda
Latino scena u Srbiji
Latino muzika u regionu (CRO, SLO, BiH, MAK)

Genres (stylistic)
in Serbo-Croat:
Stranu sa oko 50 pravaca
(žanrova i stilova)
Biografije poznatih muzičara

Time (chronological)
in Serbo-Croat:
latino vremenska skala
Moderna latino produkcija

Various
in Serbo-Croat:
Vodič kroz instrumente
Latino DJ-evi u Srbiji
'Skinite' neku od naših LatEEno MP3 kompilacija

Linkovi (segment LatiNet)

LatiNet logo
Poslednja izmena:
2015-11-18