In this lesson Leonel discusses the roots of the Cuban tres, Changui, Nengon, and Kiriba with examples of course!
Let’s talk about the roots of the Cuban tres.
I’ll be demonstrating a Guantánamo changüí pattern. (Guantánamo is a province in the eastern part of the country.)
This is a changüí pattern… (demonstrates with the tres)
There’s also other patterns based on changüí, such as: kiribá and nengón. These authentic rhythms are also from the Guantánamo province.
This is a nengón pattern…(demonstrates with the tres).
“Para ti, nengón. Para ti, nengón…”
There are variations from the changüí family.
Now, this is a kiribá… (plays the tres)
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