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|Stylistic origins||Indigenous Music of Colombia, European Waltz, Afro-Colombian Music Heritage,|
|Cultural origins||Andean Region of Colombia|
|Typical instruments||Tiple - Guitar - Piano - Requinto - Bandola - Tambora - Vocals|
|Sanjuanero - Bambuco Fiestero|
Bambuco is a traditional music genre originated from Colombia. It has a beat structure similar to the European waltz or polska (not to be confused with the polka). Typically a bambuco piece is a folk music song accompanied by a stylized group dance in either a 6/8 or 3/4 meter.
Bambuco took a cultural foothold in the Andean region of Colombia and has spread in popularity throughout Latin America. The Festival Folclórico y Reinado Nacional del Bambuco in Neiva is a festival celebrating bambuco music.
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