Name given in the U.S. to the Cuban son and other Cuban musical styles beginning in the 1930s. Sometimes spelled rumba, it is not to be confused with the Cuban rumba.
a ballroom dance based on the Afro Cuban rumba
A faster version of a Bolero, often with an additional dumm stroke near the end. Popular in Kuwaiti and modern Egyptian music.
syncopated music in duple time for dancing the rumba
dance the rhumba
a ballroom dance fad of the 1930s, closer in sound to the son; popularized by the likes of Xavier Cugat; also Afro-Cuban urban drum dances (colúmbia, guaguancó, and yambú.)