What was the significance of “Machismo and His Afro-Cubans”? 3. How did Dizzy Gillespie incorporate Latin music Into his music? 4. What was the Palladium? 5. How did the television and films Increase the exposure of the US to Latin music? 6. How did Latin music influence rock music? 7. Why do you think Latin music had such a great Influence on the development of popular music? 8. Do you think that any of the music that you listen to has Latin Influences? Why or why not? In the twenties Jazz combined with Cuban Influences to create and afro-Cuban style. It also helped the true integration of New York. People of all races and social statuses came to clubs to see these bands, and in turn all danced together on the dance floor. 2. Machismo and the Afro-Cubans gave Africa the credit it deserved and when it became popular it even further integrated the audience. In New York there was an abundance of people to be apart of the band and to be the audience. The people who came to see Machismo and the Afro-Cubans were of all races and had aired audiences.
They had whites and Cubans and people of all races, but only people who understood would get their “hidden messages”. Machismo and the Afro- Cubans provided a cultural bridge. 3. Dizzy incorporate Latin into his Jazz to create “Cubby” or Latin-Jazz. He asked Abuzz about someone who could play the “Tom- Toms” and Abuzz referred him to Chant Bozo who Joined the band. Dizzy and the band would create songs to feature Chanson’s playing. And Chanson’s Latin flare would combine with Jazz to create their Latin-Jazz. 4. The Palladium was a club in New York where the Mambo became popular.
People of all races and statuses would join. Its where one of the first mixed race couples danced together. The only rule of the Palladium was that you had to dance. 5. T. V. Shows and movies such as I Love Lucy were featuring Latin influences in the songs. By dancing and singing Latin music exposed the U. S. To it. 6. Latin music influenced Rock N’ Roll bands such as The Beetles, because they were using similar beats and melodies in their music. The people heard the music and loved It, but had no Idea It was influenced by Latin music. 7.
Popular bands were using Latin Influences and the people loved what they were hearing. The fast paced beats and dance-able tunes made these new bands popular. 8. Latin music Influences all popular hip-hop music In the sense that all hip-hop songs are created so people will dance and the Latin music does that, Hip-hip Imitates Latin beats and rhythms. 1. 07 Music of the World- Review Questions and Critical Thinking By brownness 3. How did Dizzy Gillespie incorporate Latin music into his music? 4. What was the 5. How did the television and films increase the exposure of the US to Latin music? Why do you think Latin music had such a great influence on the development of influences? Why or why not? 1 . In the twenties Jazz combined with Cuban influences to create and afro-Cuban York where the Mambo became popular. People of all races and statuses would Join. People heard the music and loved it, but had no idea it was influenced by Latin music. 7. Popular bands were using Latin influences and the people loved what bands popular. 8. Latin music influences all popular hip-hop music in the sense that. Hip-hip imitates Latin beats and rhythms.