Bombo criollo

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The bombo criollo, or simply bombo, is a family of Latin American drums derived from the European bass drum (also called in Spanish bombo) and native Latin American drum traditions.wikipedia
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Conga (music)

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In Cuba, it is known as bombo de comparsa due to its use in comparsas. The bombo de comparsa is the lowest drum used in conga santiaguera, the music of the street carnivals from Santiago de Cuba.
Congas habaneras lack the corneta china but include trumpets, trombones and saxophones, and they have a different set of percussion instruments: redoblantes (side drums), bombos (bass drums), quinto, tumbadora (the lowest pitched conga drum), and metallic idiophones such as cowbells, spoons, frying pans and rims.

Tambora (drum)

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In other countries, the term tambora is commonly used.

Duranguense

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There are two types of tambora in Mexican music: a traditional, with no cymbals, used in the folk ensembles tamborileros del norte, violín y tambora and jaraberos, and the one used en Mexican brass bands, as in banda sinaloense, tamborazo zacatecano and duranguense which has a cymbal over the frame and a stand for the drum.
The instrumental line-up includes vocals, saxophones, tronbones, synthesizers, drums and a tambora.

Tahona

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In tumba francesa and tahona, two styles imported into Oriente by Afro-Haitian slaves after the Haitian Revolution, the bass drum (slightly smaller than the bombo) is called tambora, tamborita or tambuché.

Banda music

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There are two types of tambora in Mexican music: a traditional, with no cymbals, used in the folk ensembles tamborileros del norte, violín y tambora and jaraberos, and the one used en Mexican brass bands, as in banda sinaloense, tamborazo zacatecano and duranguense which has a cymbal over the frame and a stand for the drum.
The most notable instrument is the tambora which is a type of bass drum with a head made from animal hide, with a cymbal on top.

Music of Latin America

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The bombo criollo, or simply bombo, is a family of Latin American drums derived from the European bass drum (also called in Spanish bombo) and native Latin American drum traditions.

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The bombo criollo, or simply bombo, is a family of Latin American drums derived from the European bass drum (also called in Spanish bombo) and native Latin American drum traditions.

Bass drum

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The bombo criollo, or simply bombo, is a family of Latin American drums derived from the European bass drum (also called in Spanish bombo) and native Latin American drum traditions.

Bombo legüero

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In Argentina, the bombo criollo is called bombo legüero.

Bomba (Puerto Rico)

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The bombo should not be confused with the Puerto Rican bomba, a genre of music played with hand drums called barriles de bomba (bomba barrels), which are unrelated to the European bass drums.

Barril de bomba

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The bombo should not be confused with the Puerto Rican bomba, a genre of music played with hand drums called barriles de bomba (bomba barrels), which are unrelated to the European bass drums.

Zamba (artform)

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The bombo legüero is a common instrument in Argentine folk traditions such as zamba and chacarera.

Chacarera

The bombo legüero is a common instrument in Argentine folk traditions such as zamba and chacarera.

Carnival of Santiago de Cuba

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The bombo de comparsa is the lowest drum used in conga santiaguera, the music of the street carnivals from Santiago de Cuba.

Tumba francesa

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In tumba francesa and tahona, two styles imported into Oriente by Afro-Haitian slaves after the Haitian Revolution, the bass drum (slightly smaller than the bombo) is called tambora, tamborita or tambuché.

Oriente Province

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In tumba francesa and tahona, two styles imported into Oriente by Afro-Haitian slaves after the Haitian Revolution, the bass drum (slightly smaller than the bombo) is called tambora, tamborita or tambuché.

Haitian Revolution

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In tumba francesa and tahona, two styles imported into Oriente by Afro-Haitian slaves after the Haitian Revolution, the bass drum (slightly smaller than the bombo) is called tambora, tamborita or tambuché.

Colombia

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In Colombia and Panama, tamboras are used to play cumbia.

Panama

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In Colombia and Panama, tamboras are used to play cumbia.

Cumbia

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In Colombia and Panama, tamboras are used to play cumbia.

Dominican Republic

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In the Dominican Republic, tamboras are two-headed drums used in merengue music.

Merengue music

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In the Dominican Republic, tamboras are two-headed drums used in merengue music.

Gaita zuliana

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The Venezuelan tambora is played in gaita zuliana.

Nortec Collective

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Their genre mixes electronica with musical elements and instrumentation of tambora and norteño music, resulting in the nortec ("norteño" + "techno") style.

Banda el Recodo

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The ensemble consists of four clarinets, three trumpets, a tambora, a snare drum set with cowbells & cymbals, a sousaphone, three trombones, two tenor horns (referred to as saxores, amonias or charchetas in Mexico), and two vocalists.