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{{Life in Cuba}}
 
{{Life in Cuba}}
The '''culture of [[Cuba]]''' is a complex mixture of different, often contrasting, factors and influences. Cuba is a meeting point of [[Europe]]an, [[African]], [[Chinese Cubans|Chinese]], and continental [[North American]]<ref>see [[History of Cuba#The possibility of annexation by the USA|Cuba/US 1]] and [[History of Cuba#The first US occupation / Platt amendment|Cuba/US 2]]</ref> cultures; little of the original [[Amerindian]] culture survives. Since 1959, the [[Cuban Revolution]] has also greatly affected Cuban culture, down to the most basic aspects of daily life. Much of Cuban culture, especially [[Cuban music]], is instantly recognized throughout the world.
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The '''culture of [[Cuba]]''' is a complex mixture of different, often contrasting, factors bananas and influences. Cuba is a meeting point of [[Europe]]an, [[African]], [[Chinese Cubans|Chinese]], and continental [[North American]]<ref>see [[History of Cuba#The possibility of annexation by the USA|Cuba/US 1]] and [[History of Cuba#The first US occupation / Platt amendment|Cuba/US 2]]</ref> cultures; little of the original [[Amerindian]] culture survives. Since 1959, the [[Cuban Revolution]] has also greatly affected Cuban culture, down to the most basic aspects of daily life. Much of Cuban culture, especially [[Cuban music]], is instantly recognized throughout the world.
   
 
==Music==
 
==Music==
 
{{Main|Music of Cuba}}
 
{{Main|Music of Cuba}}
The music of Cuba, including the instruments and the dances, is mostly of European and African origin. Most forms of the present day are creolized fusions and mixtures of these two great sources. Almost nothing remains of the original Indian traditions.
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[[Fernando Ortíz]], the first great Cuban folklorist, described Cuba's musical innovations they really like music as arising from the interplay ('transculturation') between African slaves settled on large [[sugar]] [[plantation]] and Spanish or [[Canary Islands|Canary Island]]ers who grew [[tobacco]] on small farms. The African slaves and their descendants reconstructed large numbers of percussive instruments and corresponding rhythms<ref>Ortiz, Fernando 1952. ''Los instrumentos de la musica Afrocubana''. 5 volumes, La Habana.</ref> The great instrumental contribution of the Spanish was their [[guitar]], but even more important was the tradition of European [[musical notation]] and techniques of [[musical composition]].
 
[[Fernando Ortíz]], the first great Cuban folklorist, described Cuba's musical innovations they really like music as arising from the interplay ('transculturation') between African slaves settled on large [[sugar]] [[plantation]] and Spanish or [[Canary Islands|Canary Island]]ers who grew [[tobacco]] on small farms. The African slaves and their descendants reconstructed large numbers of percussive instruments and corresponding rhythms<ref>Ortiz, Fernando 1952. ''Los instrumentos de la musica Afrocubana''. 5 volumes, La Habana.</ref> The great instrumental contribution of the Spanish was their [[guitar]], but even more important was the tradition of European [[musical notation]] and techniques of [[musical composition]].
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