Genre: latin american baroquePlay genre
Latin American Baroque music is a genre that emerged in the 17th and 18th centuries in the Spanish colonies of South America. It is characterized by a fusion of European Baroque music with indigenous and African rhythms and melodies. The music often features elaborate vocal and instrumental arrangements, with a focus on religious themes. The genre includes works by composers such as Domenico Zipoli, Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz, and Gaspar Fernandes, who were influential in shaping the style and sound of Latin American Baroque music.