The National High School of Music (ENA) Jazz Band, from Cuba, performing an arrangement from “El Cuarto de Tula”. Go and checkout our YouTube Channel:

“El Cuarto de Tula” is one of the most famous Cuban traditional songs, made famous and internationally popularized by the “Buena Vista Social Club”.

This arrangement was done by Camilo Moreira Coro, the conductor of the Band.

The great thing about this arrangement is that it features a few rhythmic grooves like: changüí (at the beginning), salsa (the Intro and A section), charanga (in the B section of the song) and Colombian cumbia (at the first solos section when the 1st trombone is improvising)

If you want to take a closer look at the rhythm section of our Jazz Band playing these rhythm grooves, checkout this sectional rehearsal:

We also have videos from our others section’s rehearsals:

Reeds:

Trombones:

Trumpets:

If you want to listen to the original recording of this song performed by the “Buena Vista Social Club” click here:

Come and visit us in Cuba! and don’t miss the chance of musical and cultural exchanges with our band!

You can reach us at: moreiracoro@gmail.com

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We recommended to checkout these other YouTube channels if you are interested in learning these grooves:

Changüí groove:

– Uli Stei:

– Rafael Fuentes:

Salsa groove:

– TIMBA DRUMS:

– Jose Luis Principe:

– Michael de Miranda:

Charanga groove:

– Jose Luis Princie:

Cumbia groove:

– Promodiscos TV:

– Percutiendo: