a-dance of Latin-American origin where the dancers form an extended winding range.
Music for this party.
A conga drum.
a tall, thin, single-headed Cuban hand drum of African origin
a march of Cuban origin in four-four amount of time in which people form a chain, each holding the hips of the individual facing them; in each club, dancers just take three shuffle measures after which kick alternate feet outwards within beat; the chain weaves round the location and enables brand-new individuals to participate the back of the chain
songs composed for moving the conga.
a Latin US party of 3 tips and a kick by individuals in single-file.
music composed for moving the conga
a Latin US party of 3 measures and a kick by men and women in single-file