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1. a rhythmic and syncopated Cuban dance in duple time
2. a ballroom dance derived from this
3. a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
a ballroom dance of Mexican origin using elements of Cuban folk dance with a sharply syncopated rhythm. The rumba became popular in the late 1920’s in the USA and Western Europe. The musical measure is 4/4, and the tempo is moderate with a sharp increase in the last part.
RUMBAA popular family of PC-to-host connectivity programs from NetManage, Inc., Cupertino, CA (www.netmanage.com). Acquired in 1999 from Wall Data Inc., the RUMBA software gives desktop PC users access to virtually any host across any network. Rumba supports Windows and OS/2 clients connected to IBM mainframes, AS/400s, VAXes, HP, Unix and other hosts via coax adapters, twinax cards or the network.
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Tell us about the line-up for the Rhumba
Club 27th birthday party.
seems to have the most dedicated of crowds - what do you think makes it so special?
On the evidence of the last few months, Rhumba
is still one of the UK's most exciting clubs.