Afro-Peruvian Music

Instrumental Music – Bongos – Conga – Cajon

Here is a Bongos – Conga – Cajon Afro-Peruvian percussion performance which you will enjoy for sure. The artists are Peruvian Artists Marquitos Mosquera, Marco Oliveros, Makarito Nicasio and Edu Campos Duenas. Cajon is a box-shaped percussion instrument. Its origin is Peru and it is played by slapping the front or rear faces with hands and fingers. Cajons are mainly played in Afro-Peruvian music. Conga is a tall narrow, single-headed drum. Its origin is Cuba and again played hands. They were originally used in Afro-Cuban music genres. Congas have become popular instrument in many forms of Latin music. Enjoy the performance. Video used for illustration only – Credit: Meinl Percussion 00