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Re: Classical Rumba Music
Posted by O.K
6/24/2014  10:41:00 PM
benwf83. Dance to the Classics Gunter Noris Orchestra. There is a Rumba by Chopin
A Cha Cha by Beethoven. A Paso by Bizet. A Jive by Rimsky Korsakoff. And a Samba by Strauss. All are of course adapted to suit the Tempos
Re: Classical Rumba Music
Posted by terence2
7/6/2014  4:58:00 AM

If you really need to dance " Rumba " from a social standpoint, then, it would need to be the square form ( Danzon ).This concept dates back before 1900 .

Fairly simple to learn, based upon the Box step. There are vids on the net, that have performance styles .

There is loads of music if thats the route you want to go.
Re: Classical Rumba Music
Posted by francoT
7/14/2014  3:01:00 PM
What about "Don't Cry for me Argentina"? It's a lovely song for a RUMBA or Bolero dance.

Re: Classical Rumba Music
Posted by Voco
7/15/2014  12:59:00 AM
Hi Franco,

RE: Dont cry for me Argentina

How did that song come into your mind, following the day when Argentina lost the FIFA Soccer World Cup against Germany?

I bet that is the song the German fans were singing to torment the Argentinians after the match.
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