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"Cuba: Rhythm in Motion" - Changui group, Guantanamo 2006

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Uploaded on Jun 22, 2009

"Cuba: Rhythm in Motion is a documentary about the genealogy of shared musical rhythms between Cuba and the United States. It traces the history of Cuban music and its blending with American jazz and popular music starting from the mid-19th century.

The documentary was written, edited and produced by trumpeter and University of Richmond music professor Mike Davison and videographer Ed Tillet, with the help of Finnish trumpeter Peter Loman, who has lived in Cuba for the past 19 years. Davison has traveled to Cuba 16 times since 1999, researching, interviewing, filming and performing with Cuban musicians and ethnomusicologists.

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