Popular dance rhythm from the Dominican Republic. Often typified by a jangly guitar line and simple arrangements played in 4/4 time. Does not obey clave.
Popular dance from the Dominican Republic. Often identified by a discordant guitar line and simple arrangements with a 4/4 timing. This does not follow the clave rhythm.
Bachata is a romantic music and dance which originated in the Dominican Republic. It is closely related to the pan Latin-American romantic style called bolero.
A 4/4 rhythm-based dance music originating from the countryside of the Dominican Republic. The music was developed from early romantic guitar music. Today the music is made mostly through electronic samples and drum machines.
Bachata is a form of music and dance that originated in the countryside and rural marginal neighborhoods of Dominican Republic. Its subjects are often romantic; especially prevalent are tales of heartbreak and sadness. In fact, the original term used to name the genre was "amargue" ("bitterness," or "bitter music"), until the rather ambiguous (and mood-neutral) term bachata became popular.