Composed by Martin Scheffel. Pop for Percussion series. Sheet Music. Published by Zimmermann (PE.ZM34080).
Item Number: PE.ZM34080
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The Cha-cha-cha is a Latin American dance rhythm that came from Cuba in the 1950's. It developed from various elements of the Mambo but was played noticeably slower. The first Cha-cha-cha was composed in 1950 by the violinist Enrique Jorrin. It evolved into one of the most popular Cuban rhythms and by the end of the '50s had become a favorite dance in Europe. This edition has been published in the series POP FOR PERCUSSION which focusses on popular percussion rhythms. The piece presented here is of medium difficulty and well-suited for music school ensembles.