DANPADayton Area Network Professional Association (Ohio)
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Rarely seen in the US before the late 1990s, the Danpa de Tijeres is becoming more common, especially in areas with larger Peruvian populations.
Puerto Rican musicians found a welcoming environment in which to make their own music plena, danpa, seis, aguinaldo--as well as work in the many Cuban ensembles gaining popularity.
Of the three, Rafael was the most prolific with more than 2,000 songs, as well as the most versatile, composing songs in the Puerto Rican styles of the plena and danpa, Spanish zarzuelas, as well as the Cuban genres of bolero, guarachas, son, and rumba (Diaz Ayala 2000, 244).