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Dance Lesson songs:

 

Dear Mr.Bernberg of Latin Beat Magazine: 

 

Recently I conducted a survey of several Salsa Dance Instructors, in the Philadelphia area.

The instructors were asked what songs  they mainly use when instructing their students on the finer points of Mambo and Salsa dancing. 

 

The Instructors were:

Evelyn Figueroa & Edwin Munoz

Barbara Capaldi

Darling Garcia

Isabel “Chiqui” Garcia

Flaco

and

Victoria Blackheart  

 

These are some of the songs they use:

 

Telefono / El GranCombo

Timbalero / El Gran Combo

Brujeria      / El Gran Combo

Mis Tenis   / El Gran Combo

El Matrimonio / El Gran Combo 

Guarare / Ray Barretto

Campana Campanero / Roberto Roena

Juliana / DLG

La Quiero Morrir / DLG

Somos Diferente / Orq. De La Luz

Sin Fronteras  / Orq. De La Luz

El Negro Bembon / La Protesta Version

Ven Devorame / Lalo Rodriguez

La Rebellon  / Joe Arroyo

Soy la Candela / Edwin Bonilla

No Me Queda Mas / Tito Nieves

Que Sera De Mi / Victor Manuelle

Ay Amor  / Victor Manuelle

Maria, Teresa, Y Danillo /Hansel Y Raul

Suddenly  / Ray De La Paz

El Apartamento  / Gilberto Santa Rosa

Mirandote / Frankie Ruiz

Yah Boy / Africando

Mambo Yo Yo / Ricardo Levo

Historia Entre Tus Dedos /Mickey Tavares

Amor / Dominic

Lluvia Y Nieve  / Mon Rivera

Romana / Conjunto Clasico.

 

I hope this survey will give you some indication as to what songs are being used in the Salsa community for instructional purposes and hope this information can be a resource for those people who are venturing into learning Salsa and help them in their journey.   

 

Thanks to all the participating Instructors

Thank you Mr. Bernberg in advance

Peace!

DJ Sugar Ruiz

 

 

 

            

 

 

 

 

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