Online Resources

Chapter 11—‘See How She Moves’: Musics of Latin America and the “Oye Como Va” Phenomenon

Internet Resources


Links to sources on dance and music, including musicians and musical groups, festivals and clubs, and organizations and agencies both inside and outside of Cuba.

LANIC [Latin American Network Information Center]

A collection of links to websites on music in Latin American countries classified geographically. Sites range from cultural histories to artist home pages and magazines to musical genres (such as reggae, salsa, and samba). From the University of Texas Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies.

Salsa & Merengue

An educational website with detailed information on salsa and merengue, including descriptive information, history, and a glossary. Spanish and English versions of the site are available.

The official Carlos Santana website, with links to biographical information, news, and audio and video recordings.

Home of Cuban music on the web. Includes news, audio and video recordings by genre, and links to information on musicians and groups.

Tito Puente: NPR Music

A series of written and streaming National Public Radio stories on Tito Puente, including interviews and profiles, songs, and reviews.