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How to Pronounce Tromp?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Tromp" is [tɹˈɒmp], [tɹˈɒmp], [t_ɹ_ˈɒ_m_p].

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"Tromp" in context

Tromp is a collection of short and powerful drum grooves originating from South America, specifically Peru. The rhythms are characterized by very quick and intense patterns, often accompanied by sparse melodies. The intense energy of these beats can give an upbeat and uplifting vibe to any kind of production.

Tromp is originally found in Candombe, a musical style of Afro-Uruguayan origin. It was adapted into modern forms of traditional music in the 1940s by African-American jazz greats.

Usage over time for Tromp:

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