Genre: charangaPlay genre
Charanga is a genre of Cuban music that originated in the early 20th century. It is characterized by the use of flute, violins, and rhythm section instruments such as timbales and congas. The music is typically upbeat and danceable, with a strong emphasis on melody and improvisation. Charanga has been popularized by various artists over the years, including those who have blended it with other genres such as salsa and Latin jazz.