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Cumbia from Columbia only???

Who said Cumbias where originally from Columbia??? Sure Columbia has been playing that music for a long time but that’s not where it’s from. The music was originally brought by African slaves imported by Spaniards which was then called Cumbe. They tried to preserve their musical traditions and also turned the drums and dances into a courtship ritual. Cumbe was mainly interpreted with just drums and claves. Celso Pina and other modern cumbia groups (including mexicans) use the accordion as the key instrument. Africans and Amerindians (american indians which were found all over America) working together as slaves created a mixture of millo flutes and other sounds to create what is now known as Cumbia which of course is a spanish name from Spain. The European guitars and accordions were added later, through Spanish influence. So you can tell Juanes & Shakira to stop playing the guitar since it’s not columbian LOL!!! Or better yet, to stop being pop stars because they are making Brittney Spears angry cuz they need to respect other countries music right??? Anyways Celso Pina’s album is tight buy it and quit hating…


Not to knock on anyone from colombia, but right now, right now, Mexico, more specifically Monterrey and "Regio" region is coming out with the hardest Cumbia right now. Celso Pina being one of the top guys putting it out there right now..HE DOES give his props to Colombia and he is widely popular over there too, but as far as where hes from, Monterrey Nuevo Leon...

A favorite song

Cumbia sobre el rio is my favorite song from Celso.


Genre: Regional Mexicano

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Mexican accordionist Celso Piña, aka El Rebelde del Acordeón (the Accordion Rebel), started playing traditional music along with his brothers Eduardo, Rubén, and Enrique. In the early '80s, they turned to the tropical style after listening to Aníbal Velasquez and Alfredo Gutiérrez, forming a group called Celso Piña y su Ronda Bogotá. In 2001, Celso Piña teamed up with local rock bands Café Tacuba, Santa Sabina, and Control...
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