The writer of this essay gives an example how inventive people of the Hispanic/Latino are in terms of music and unique rhythms. The paper divided into few parts, each of them is dedicated to the concrete style of music…
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Some argue that Caribbean music is at times about complaint well as societal annotations, but it is nearly always about dancing. New York has been claimed to be Latinized due to the high population of Latin Americans who migrated from the Caribbean. This is evidenced by a boom of dance classes, and the increased popularity of the Latin music (Montes and Davila 1). This is a sign of a different culture in the US that is easily identifiable by its kind of music. This shows the importance of music for the Caribbean people. Therefore, the mambo montage that has been extensively used by Latin Americans in New York is a depiction of the mix that exists among different past worlds as well as artistic genre. The Latin identity is, thus, the precise location of these people of the Caribbean origin that live in the US in a historical location. This location has particular details of histories, linkages as well as global placement that work in unison to bring out the identity of Caribbean people. It is, thus, noteworthy that Caribbean music has come from far to reach where it is now, and this paper will delve into the Caribbean music by focusing on Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Jamaican music to ascertain its contribution to the creation of these peoples’ identity in US, New York City. ...
Conversely, the American governor was just sympathizing with the Caribbean musicians, but not working to preserve the native genres as well as instruments. This translated into long term effects as well as instantaneous political costs. However, this contradiction explains the complexity of the history of the cultural development during the colonial times where the governor dictated what was to be done concerning the preservation of music in the Island. This means that music did not develop much during those times mainly because of economic and political structures and circumstances (Glasser, 14). It is noteworthy that it is these cultural, political and economic situations that resulted in the migration of many musicians of the Island to New York in search for freedom and sale of their music. This was a strategy for their survival, but this could later have consequences to both cultural Puerto Ricans in and outside New York (Glasser 15) The immigrants in New York could connect with their homeland music by listening to the sounds that were made by the long caravan of carts as a means to break monotony. However, this did not compare to their homeland pastoral, paradise singing in farms, and this music was further disadvantaged by the development of media in the 20th century. This is because it was during this time when North America ruled over Puerto Rico, and this allowed invasion of other musical forms especially from Cuba, Argentina and Mexico, and at the same time discouraging the local talent and music. In spite of all these this music has created an identity to the Puerto Ricans both on the island and in the US. This is
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