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The music of Haiti combines a wide range of influences drawn from the many people who have settled on this Caribbean island.
It reflects French, African rhythms, Spanish elements and others who have inhabited the island of Hispaniola and minor native Taino influences.
Styles of music unique to the nation of Haiti include music derived from Vodou ceremonial traditions, Rara parading music, Twoubadou ballads, Mini-jazz rock bands, Rasin movement, Hip hop Kreyòl, the wildly popular Compas, and Méringue as its basic rhythm.
Haiti hadn't had a recorded music until 1937 when Jazz Guignard was recorded non-commercially.
Haitian music is influenced mostly by European colonial ties and African migration (through slavery).
In the case of European colonization, musical influence has derived primarily from the French.
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