Salsa Jazz

Salsa Jazz

Looking for some high quality cuban salsa, mambo, or latin jazz background music for your movie, video presentation, or commercial ad? Well, look no further! Fiery and Passionate, Latin Music is Embraced Worldwide Latin Music That Resonates with the Times – Whether you’re creating a foreign language film, a true-story documentary, or a commercial or movie that will capture a Latin audience, the importance of reaching out to the Hispanic community creates an exciting opportunity within the Americas and around the world. Savvy producers, ad agencies and corporations are meeting the challenge. From Crime to Love to Magic Realism – Latin films are blazing into theatres around the globe, sharing haunting stories from Latin, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries. Movies like “City of God” (2002 Brazilian crime drama set in the slums of Rio de Janeiro), “Motorcycle Diaries” (2004 film about Che Guevarra starring Gael Garcia Bernal), and “Biutiful” (2011 film of poverty in Barcelona, starring Javier Bardem) have won numerous awards and large audiences for their honesty and originality. There are numerous Salsa tracks on audiojungle, but this one is your definitive source for Casino style Salsa and Rueda de Casino dance, as well as Cuban music, especially Timba, around the world. The dance style originated in Cuba and you can see Casino-style dancers everywhere: In Europe, Latin America, Japan, the United States and Canada, and even some out of the way places we may not have found yet! Although we don’t mind watching dancers do ballroom, LA style or NY Mambo (once in a while) it just isn’t our thing. We’d rather dance the authentic Cuban Casino-style that was the origin of the other styles in the first place! It seems they forgot where their roots came from, so we decided to promote Casino and Rueda de Casino, which is dynamic, creative and valid in its own right! Cuban music can be found in virtually every corner of the globe, and we bring you artist interviews and concert and CD reviews of the best artists around! Cuba new New York salsa club where Tito Puente burning it on timbales and vibes with his orchestra playing behind him, and happy dancing couples are passionately spinning each other to an up beat music! Or perhaps you want a little taste of Miami Beach, with a tropical heat, ocean waves, pouring cocktails, and a brining salsa band with a screaming horn section, sizzling hot latin percussion section with bongos congas and timbales playing at the sunset on the beach or a cruise ship? Well, you’ve got what you are looking for!

"Salsa Jazz it Up!" will take you back to the streets of old Havana, with Buena Vista Social Club rocking the house, or Discover MUSIpula's Latin Music Library

“Salsa Jazz it Up!” Is a perfect track for advertising cigars, rom, tropical juices and exotic fruits, cocktails, or any other soft drinks. Also it is a right music for National Geographic type travel TV shows, or business presentations of vacation property.

“Salsa Jazz it Up!” is composed and arranged by Andrew Armautov, and we sincerely hope that it will be the the right track for your next project! Discover MUSIpula’s Latin Music Library Fiery and Passionate, Latin Music is Embraced Worldwide Latin Music That Resonates with the Times – Whether you’re creating a foreign language film, a true-story documentary, or a commercial or movie that will capture a Latin audience, the importance of reaching out to the Hispanic community creates an exciting opportunity within the Americas and around the world. Savvy producers, ad agencies and corporations are meeting the challenge. From Crime to Love to Magic Realism – Latin films are blazing into theatres around the globe, sharing haunting stories from Latin, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries. Movies like “City of God” (2002 Brazilian crime drama set in the slums of Rio de Janeiro), “Motorcycle Diaries” (2004 film about Che Guevarra starring Gael Garcia Bernal), and “Biutiful” (2011 film of poverty in Barcelona, starring Javier Bardem) have won numerous awards and large audiences for their honesty and originality. There are numerous Salsa tracks on audiojungle, but this one is your definitive source for Casino style Salsa and Rueda de Casino dance, as well as Cuban music, especially Timba, around the world. The dance style originated in Cuba and you can see Casino-style dancers everywhere: In Europe, Latin America, Japan, the United States and Canada, and even some out of the way places we may not have found yet! Although we don’t mind watching dancers do ballroom, LA style or NY Mambo (once in a while) it just isn’t our thing. We’d rather dance the authentic Cuban Casino-style that was the origin of the other styles in the first place! It seems they forgot where their roots came from, so we decided to promote Casino and Rueda de Casino, which is dynamic, creative and valid in its own right! Cuban music can be found in virtually every corner of the globe, and we bring you artist interviews and concert and CD reviews of the best artists around.

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