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Cajón is a nominally box-shaped percussion instrument

Cajones are played primarily as contemporary styles of flamenco in Afro-Peruvian music. The term cajón is applied also to other unrelated box drums. Sheets of thick wood are used generally for five sides of the box. A thinner sheet of plywood is nailed on as the sixth side. The Originally instruments were only wooden boxes are available in a wide range of finishes, were adapted from the Spanish shipping crates by slaves. The instrument reached a peak by 1850 in popularity, has been played not only with metal brushes and plastic with hands.

The Organization of American States declared the cajón. The OAS has discussed for the real estate issue for several years, declare Escajadillo as an exponent of the folk music. The General Secretariat has provided a series of options. The most recent document reflecting the current status of the Strategy. Saturday's event include also a posthumous tribute to researcher Rafael Santa Cruz and the late musician. The Caj has origins during the last years of the colonial era in the central coast of Peru, was created by African slaves. The decades was speeded also to the rest of the continent. More information please visit the OAS Website at This article owes the biggest thanks to Germán Ocaña. Sonor put renowned German engineering into tweaking and testing into the research and each new offering. Remo 5-Piece Rock ProPack Includes also an FALAM patch. The master world percussionist studied rhythms from every culture. Hakim Ludin began professional career at the conservatory of Karlsruhe with a classical orchestral education, has played in avant garde ensembles and numerous Jazz.

Ludin has worked frequently for television and film as a studio musician, is author and an furthermore acclaimed teacher.

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