Definitions for "Guaguanc"
One of the three main styles of the Cuban rumba, featuring a heightened polyrhythmic structure, and danced by male-female couples (in its traditional folkloric setting).
The best known and most popular rumba form danced in couples. Born in the cities, its versatility has allowed modern bands easily to adapt and play it. It is mid to up–tempo, played to 4/4 time.
Folkloric Afro-Cuban dance, accompanied only by percussion instrumentation: the tumbadora, the segundo and the quinto.The guaguanco is one of the three parts of the rumba (together with the yambú and the columbia). This fast and clearly erotic dance is danced in partners.