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Orquesta típica

The Orquesta típica "Julio de Caro"

Orquesta típica, or simply a típica, is a Latin-American term for a band which plays popular music. The details vary from country to country. The term tends to be used for groups of medium size (about 8 to 12 musicians) in some well-defined instrumental set-up.

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Cuba 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Argentina

In Argentina, the term orquesta típica is associated with tango music. The orquesta típica usually comprises a string section (of violins, viola, and cello), a bandoneón section (of 3 or more bandoneons), and a rhythm section (of piano and double bass). An orquesta típica is an expanded version of a sexteto tipico, which includes 2 bandoneons, 2 violins, double bass and piano.

Cuba

In Cuba a típica is an ensemble mainly composed of Early Cuban bands for more examples.

Típicas were later superseded by charangas, which along with son conjuntos, were one of the main precursors of the salsa ensemble. A typical salsa conjunto might include two trumpets, trombone, double bass, piano, conga, bongó or timbales (and/or timbalitos) and a güiro (scraper).[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ Orovio, Helio 1981. Diccionario de la música cubana. La Habana. p407
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