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Explain that in addition to Broadway musicals, the Latin influence also appeared in other styles of American music from the s and early 60s, including Rhythm and Blues and Pop. Students should note the chart positions of these songs, which are included in the video. Ask students:. The rise of Latin music in popular culture mirrored a boom in Latino immigration to the U. Department of Agriculture. Students should pay close attention to how the film portrays the economy of Puerto Rico and the quality of life on the island. Display the above three photos depicting life in New York City during the s and 50s: mechanical training offered at a Brooklyn factory , a policeman practicing Spanish phrases , and new apartment buildings under construction in Spanish Harlem, where a large concentration of the Latin Americans resided
And today? Dubbed the birthplace of New York Latin dance music, in the s New Yorkers from all over the city came to Park Plaza to get their groove on. This part of the club park plaza was the main, high-ceilinged hall on the second floor, which held people whoa! Latin people from all different backgrounds and communities came here to dance to the music of their homelands and to bask in the memories and nostalgia of their native countries. It was a place where people felt at home, enjoying the simple pleasures of eating their traditional foods and music of their cultures. So why is it such a big deal? Latin music legends and trailblazers such as Tito Puente, Joe Cuba, and other great singers started their music careers in this very establishment, sparking the start to a new generation of Latin music and dance. A creative merger of music bounced from the walls of both the Park Plaza and Park Palace, combining Cuban rhythms, vocal melodies from Puerto Rico and African drum beats.