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StreetDance's List of Cool Links
Here is a list of links that you might find interesting.
If you would like to recommend a link email StreetDance and we'll add it to the list!
Born to Salsa
Web Magazine dedicated to Salsa and the Miami dance scene.
One of the better Web Magazines dedicated to Latin Music, Dance, and Culture
SALSAROOTS is a website dedicated to the acknowledgement, preservatison and promotion
of the Afro-Latin music/dance traditions which have shaped the evolution of Salsa.
The world's leading online Salsa magazine
Salsa Dance Patterns
This site has some interesting stuff - events calendar for Mambo/Salsa Dancers in New York, info about dancing Salsa/Mambo "breaking on 2", links to other sites etc. etc.
Here is some more choreography for salsa.
New York, USA. The place to get info on the best of Palladium Era Mambo and Modern Day Salsa with American Jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms
Davor's Latin American Page
This site provides a History of Latin dances and links to other dance sites
CIA TERRA Danças de Salão
Another dedicated Salsero, provides information on Salsa, Tango, Merengue and Mambo. Also has Salsa video clips and links to other sites.
Norway, Salsa Site Latin Dance Studio
São Paulo,Brazil. Fabiana Terra and Maurício Butenas, the principals of this dance studio are my new Brazilian friends, they teach samba de gafieira, pagode, bolero, salsa, tango (argentino), forró, zouk and others.
This site is located in Oslo, Norway. It promotes New York on 2 Salsa. Has gig guides and other stuff.
DC Dance Net
Dance Saskatchewan Inc. (dancesask.com)
This is a very comprehensive site with tons of information on a range of dance styles! DCDanceNet is your source on the Internet for Dance information in Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and beyond.
Birmingham, Alabama, USA.
This site aims to support and enhance the development of all dance forms in the province of
Saskatchewan, Canada. Check it out!
Birmingham Ballroom Dance Association (BBDA) is a local chapter of the United States Amateur Ballroom Dancers Association (USABDA). It is a membership-based nonprofit organization. The basic purpose of each Chapter is to promote dancing in the local community and to educate the public regarding the physical, mental, and social benefits of dancing and to encourage talented dancers to become Dancesport Athletes.
Mambo, Cha Cha & Salsa
Stephen Shaw, Definition of Dancing New York Salsa Breaking on 2
Mike Bello, Mambo: Cuba Created It, New York Perfected It!
James Religa, New York Hustle
Isabbelle Leymarie, Mambo Mania
Salsa con Sabor, History of Salsa
Tony Alicea, Salsa 101
Izzy Sanabria, Latin NY
John Barendrecht, History of dance
Tambora y Guira,Merengue History
Sue Steward, Merengue
Don Herbison-Evans, History of latin American Dancing
La Clave Es La Llave
Pixinguinha, Center for Black Music Research
Cartola, Divino Samba
Historia O samba na Imprensa
Padre chicoteia coquetes e dândies, Luís Antônio Giron
100 years of Choro, Bruce Gilman
Pixinguinha em Paris, Marco Aurélio
La Ciudad y La Fiesta, Nelson N. Fernandes
History of Carnival, Love Rio
Brief History Of Rio De Janeiro Carnival, Roberto M. Moura
Ismael Silva, Oswaldo Martins
Pelo Samba de Verdade de Protesto
A history of the Samba!, Alessandro Penezzi
Danca, Os Desgarrados
Overview of Brazilian Music, Caravan Music Homepage
Choro, Bruce Gilman/Brazzil.com
Viva Carmen, Bruce Gilman/Brazzil.com
Encyclopedia of Radio, Peter B. Orlik
O perfil de Noel Rosa, Ivone Takasaki
Orlando H. Brenes, Puerto Rican Culture in I Like It Like That
Trudy Anderson, Puerto Rican Immigration
Mayda Grano de Oro, Puerto Rico
Robert Garfias, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico Culture: Music
Conjunto Melodia Tropical
Chris Washburne, clave: The African Roots of Salsa
Chuck Silverman, Afro-Caribbean Applications
The DrumClub.com, Understanding the clave
Chris Smith, Detailed stuff on clave
David Penalosa, Writing out clave
Alex Pertout, Clave concepts
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