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  • 1. DANCING CLUB Top Fitness
  • 2. ACTIVITY
    • The activity was the Wednesday 19
  • 3. WHAT IS OBJECTIVE?
    • Promocionar el club de baile dirigido por el gimnasio Top Fitness
    • Que los estudiantes participen de otras actividades
    • Interacción con estudiantes de otras carrera
  • 4. WHO HEADS THE DANCE GROUP?
    • Laura Bonilla
  • 5. WHAT ARE THE RHYTHMS?
    • Bachata
    • Swing
    • Merengue
    • Salsa
    • Bolero
  • 6. SCHEDULE
    • Two hours every fifteen days
  • 7. SALSA
    • Salsa music is a genre of music, generally defined as a modern style of playing Cuban Son, Son Montuno, and Guaracha with touches from other genres of music.
    Cali salsa orchestra
  • 8. ORIGINS
    • Salsa's most direct antecedent is Cuban  son  , which itself is a combination of Spanish and African influences.
    • Large son bands were very popular in Cuba beginning in the 1930s; and they quickly spread to the United States.
  • 9.
    • Salsa has registered a steady growth and now dominates in many countries in Latin America.
    •   The city of Cali, in Colombia, has come to call itself the “Worl capital of the salsa“.
  • 10. INSTRUMENTATION
    • Claves
    • Cowbells
    • Timbales
    • Conga
    • Trumpets
    • Trombones
    • Bass guitar
    • Guitar
    • Piano
    • Saxophone
  • 11. MERENGUE
    • Origins
    • Merengue is a type of music and dance from the Dominican Republic. But it is as popular in Dominican Republic as all over Latin America.
  • 12.
    • Its name is Spanish, taken from the name of the meringue, a dessert made from whipped egg whites and sugar. It is unclear as to why this name became the name of the music; perhaps it can trace its meaning from the movement on the dance floor that could remind one of an egg beater in action.
  • 13.
    • Merengue music found mainstream exposure in other areas of Latin America in the 1970s and 80s, with its peak popularity in the 1990s.
    • In the Southern Cone, specifically in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, merengue dance lost the characteristic of being danced close together, instead being danced separately while moving the arms.
  • 14. CONCLUSIONS WELCOME WEEK
  • 15.
    • We think that these activities should be repeated more often, because it makes us forget the stress of the study.
  • 16. DON’T BE LAZY, DANCE AND HAVE FUN