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Coro-pregón

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  1. in Afro-Cuban music and Cuban-based latin music (mainly from the USA and Puerto Rico), most of all salsa, but also in some non-Cuban genres like merengue, refers to a call and response section between the lead singer and the coro (chorus)

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  2. a genre of music

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  3. found in most Cuban genres, for example son and son montuno, rumba, cha-cha-chá, timba, and many more

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  4. The practice of call and response singing probably stems from traditional African music and was brought to Cuba by slaves

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  5. can still be found in its ancient form in Cuban religious music

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