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Clave is the Spanish work for "keystone" or "key" which indicates that the clave rhythm is the basis of authentic Latin rhythms.
One clave (often called the male) is normally rested in a loosely cupped hand and struck with the second clave (often called the striker or female).
The male is typically held in the left hand with right-handed performers and lays between the fingertips and the heel of the hand.
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