Cha-cha

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Cha-cha, or cha-cha-cha is often a welcome presence whenever it is played at salsa socials; it signals a change of pace, and a chance to emphasize sensuality over speed for the next 3-4 minutes. Cha-cha music was introduced to the world by Cuban composer and violinist Enrique Jorrin in 1953. Said to have been derived from other popular dances at the time including mambo and rumba, cha-cha got its name by imitating the shuffling of the dancer’s feet as the music plays syncopations during the 4th and 8th beat.

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