Chapter 7 Multiple Choice

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    1. This dance replaced the mambo as the Latin dance of choice in the USA.
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    2. Which of the following Latin dances originated in the United States?
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    3. Tito Puente's "Complicacion" marks an important development in Latin popular music in America because:
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    4. Which American popular dance has a similar rhythm to the habanera?
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    5. In the first stage of the assimilation of Latin styles into American popular music:
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    6. Which famous classical composer wrote a habanera into an opera?
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    7. A montuno is:
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    8. The biggest hit of 1955 was a Latin song, recorded by:
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    9. The mambo would get a makeover in the late 1960s turning into this new style:
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    10. A tumbao pattern is typically heard by this instrument
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    11. The country of origin for the Latin music hybrid known as the mambo is:
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    12. The two "Mambo Kings" mentioned in our text:
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    14. In Afro-Cuban music, a syncopated repeated phrase, usually played on the piano.
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    13. Don Azpiazú's 1930 recording of "El Manisero" ("The Peanut Vendor") is an example of this rhythm:
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    15. His Latin orchestra popularized Latin music and acculturation through the medium of television.
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    16. Musical evidence suggests that the habanera also moved south to Argentina where it was the rhythmic basis of the:
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    17. This Latin dance, second of the Latin dance crazes in the US, grew out of the Cuban son:
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    18. One of the first recorded instances of African influence on European music can be found in this dance:
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    19. Latin Music was assimilated into American popular music in three stages. Which statement is NOT an accurate description of one of those three:
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    20. Who was New York's first important sonero?

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