How to use Clave in a sentence

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  • Imagine your image playing the clave smoothly, effortlessly, accurately.

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  • Therefore hearing just one clave beat in any given bar of music will tell you which side you're in.

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  • Most of them will be son clave, so pick those.

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  • Putting clave phrases together end-to-end gives us the clave phrases together end-to-end gives us the clave rhythm stream, right?

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  • Common keys are the son clave, rumba clave, samba clave and cua; all descended from the African key.

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  • The music they played consisted of a rhythmic progression of simple chords, supporting improvised lyrics sung to a clave.

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  • The more instrument patterns you can recognize, the more likely you are to work out the clave orientation quickly and definitely.

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  • Establish the clave rhythm stream through the clapping of your hands.

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  • Once you've learned salsa 's dance pattern to the tumbao moderno, aligning 4 of clave's 5 beats is fairly straight-forward.

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  • In the first war with Carthage the Greek cities under Carthaginian dominion or dependence helped him; so did Sicans and Sicels, which last had among them some stirring leaders; Elymian Segesta clave to Carthage.

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  • Listen to the original song again and clapping clave, note how the singer accents and phrases the vocal to it.

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  • Clave A s yet the most robust criterion for defining a piece of music as salsa music is that it should obey the clave A s yet the most robust criterion for defining a piece of music as salsa music is that it should obey the clave.

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  • So, having the same sensitivity to implied clave that a salsa musician has would be a handy little skill for a dancer.

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  • Of these the first-fruit was his Clave Historial, a work of the same class as the French Art de verifier les dates, and preceding it by several years.

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  • So in the New Zealand myth, Rangi and Papa, Sky and Earth, who once clave together in the darkness, were rent asunder by the forest-god Tane-mahuta, who forced up the sky far above him.

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  • All souls were tried once, with equal privilege; all fell, save one, who steadily clave to the Logos, and thus merited to become in due time the human soul of Jesus Christ.

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