Merengue The Music of the Dominican Republic

The History of merengue

Merengue Originated in the Dominican Republic
Johnny Ventura
The instruments
The tambora
The Saxophone
The marimba
One of the most famous merengue artists is Juan Luis Guerra. His song “Ojalá que llueva café” is considered a classic work of merengue.

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