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Brazilian Music in Focus
Cannibalizing the World Foreign Cultural Sources Local, National, Foreign Mixtures Reinterpreting Local Tradition
Musical Instruments of Brazil Associations/Stereotypes Amerindian Flutes European Guitars African Drums
Violão de sete cordas (seven string guitar) Violão (six string guitar)
Stringed Instruments Diego Figueiredo Paulo Martelli YouTube Example Violão
Stringed Instruments Violas Violas Dinâmicas
Stringed Instruments Violas YouTube Cavaquinho
Stringed Instruments Cavaquinho
Stringed Instruments Bandolim
Stringed Instruments Rabeca
Stringed Instruments Berimbau
Woodwinds, Brass, Aerophones
Woodwinds, Brass, Aerophones Pífanos
Woodwinds, Brass, Aerophones Requinta
Woodwinds, Brass, Aerophones Trumpets Trombones
Woodwinds, Brass, Aerophones Accordion
PercussionPercussion Repinique Tamborim Tarol Agogô
PercussionPercussion Cuíca Surdo Pandeiro
PercussionPercussion Atabaque LêLêLêLêRumpiRum
Pandeiro as National Instrument Musical Versatility Rhythm Timbres Synthesis Commonplace and Widespread –National –Elite and Vernacular Intercultural Mediation
Pandeiro Contexts Devotional Processions Dramatic Dances Carnival Popular Music Traditions
João da Baiana Rio de Janeiro Interclass connections ( )
Marcos Suzano Virtuosity Technology Local/Global influences YouTube
Brazilian Carnival and the Samba Rio de Janeiros Samba Schools National impact 1930s and 1940s Popular Music Recordings
Carnival in Nineteenth- Century Brazil Entrudo Masquerade Balls Outdoor Parades Military and Civic Bands
String and Wind Bands in Carnival Ranchos and Blocos Carnavalescos Pau e Corda (wood and string) –Guitar, violin, mandolin –Flute, clarinet –Pandeiro
Black Carnival Traditions Maracatu Afoxé Escola de Samba
Folk/Popular Music Euro-Brazilian Country Roots –Forró –Música Sertaneja Afro-Brazilian Roots –Candomblé –Samba –Côco
National Popular Music Lundu/Modinha Maxixe Samba MPB Regional –Baião/Forró (Northeast) –Música Sertaneja (South)
Frevo Pernambucos Carnival Music. The Term Frevo Related to the verb ferver (to boil over) Vernacular slang for the exuberance of carnival revelers in.
Reinventing Africa & Remixing Hybridity Blocos Afro in Bahia Mangue Beat in Pernambuco Blocos Afro in Bahia Mangue Beat in Pernambuco.
MUSIC Elements, History, and Performance. Timbre- Sound Quality Instrument Families STRINGS Violin Viola Cello Bass Harp Guitar Banjo Piano WIND Saxaphone.
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Tomašević Marija VI 2. Rio De Janeiro is the capital city of the State of Rio De Janeiro, the second largest city of Brazil,6 th largest in America, and.
What is Carnival? Carnival typically involves a public celebration or parade combining some elements of a circus, mask and public street party Carnival.
Music. Doppler The Doppler Effect –The pitch of a sound will be higher or lower if the source is moving toward or away from you –Sirens –Race Cars –Doppler.
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What is the purpose of learning musical elements? The importance of the basics of music education.
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