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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 (1887-1974)
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.
The Garland Handbook Of Latin American Music Part Three: Nations and Musical Traditions, South America, Brazil, Central and Southern Areas.
Brazilian Music: Roots and Branches Elise Dietrich Tulane University.
African Influences in Brazilian Music. Slave Trade : approx. 3.5 million slaves from Ghana, Nigeria, Angola, Congo, Mozambique (incl.Yoruba,
Popular Music of Brazil: Samba. Samba “Tudo acaba em samba” Afro-Brazilian urban popular song/dance form Origins in rural roda de samba: –Participatory.
Brazil Carnival 組員：陳亞孜、何欣芸、力姵珊. Introduction The Carnival of Brazil is an annual festival held between the Friday afternoon (51 days before Easter ) and.
Rio de Janeiro Carnival Eva Koprivnik. The Brazilian Carnival, properly spelled Carnaval, is an annual festival in Brazil held four days before Ash Wednesday,
Musical Instruments have Families We have families! Mom Dad Me My Brother.
Instrument Families Lamar Hines and Chris Aviles.
Afro-Brazilian Musical Traditions. Conceptualizing Afro- Brazilian Musical Culture Contested Terrain Sites of Resistance Appropriation and Nationalization.
Monday, November 15, 2010 Write and answer: There are four families of instruments. – String – Woodwind – Brass – Percussion List these instrument families.
Families of Musical Instruments Pre/Post Test. What are the 4 main families of musical instruments? A. Woodwind, Brass, Percussion/Keyboard, and Strings.
Brazilian Music “Brazil is music – music is Brazil” Pedro Alvares Cabral.
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Instruments have families too! Woodwinds Strings Brass Percussion.
What Happens at Carnival What Happens at Carnival In Brazil many people dance and party and attend parades before Lent. They do this in preparation.
Music By: Raegan Light. Compare and Contrast Woodwind All instruments in the family have a 1 or 2 reeds All instruments in the family have a 1 or 2 reeds.
Musical Instruments. Instrument Families There are four instrument families –Brass Instruments –Woodwind Instruments –Percussion Instruments –String Instruments.
ARTS & HUMANITIES Musical Instrument Families Timbre Timbre (a.k.a. tone color) is the special sound that makes one instrument or voice different from.
Review – What is the definition of timbre? The type of sound created Refered to as tone color.
Musical Instrument Families. Why are there different families Each instrument family has their own unique TIMBRE or sound How is sound produced –By vibrations!
Reinventing Africa & Remixing Hybridity Blocos Afro in Bahia Mangue Beat in Pernambuco Blocos Afro in Bahia Mangue Beat in Pernambuco.
An Appreciation © 2006 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill Chapter 2—Performing Media: Voices and Instruments Range: based.
A Brazilian Martial Art. Brazil is the largest country in South America Brazil’s landscape is very diverse Amazon Rain Forest Grasslands Wetlands.
Samba music comes from Brazil. Brazil is in South America Samba – Where is it from ??
Musical Instruments Guitar Drum Harmonica Piano Trumpet.
By: Taylor. The viola is a instrument in orchestra. It is like a violin but has a deeper tone. The viola is an easy instrument to try out for.
Project Daijah Ortiz^.^. Choral. o Choral music refers to music sung by a Choir, Each part is sung by two or more voices. o Sung by people or more than.
Instruments. Strings Commonly made of wood and strings (usually four). Played by drawing a bow across the strings or plucking the strings. Examples: violin,
Instruments. Which categories would you consider instruments to fall under? Melody Harmony Rhythm/Beat Dynamics So where would instruments fall…
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The Garland Handbook Of Latin American Music Part Three: Nations and Musical Traditions, South America, Peru.
Instruments. So where would instruments fall… O Which categories would you consider instruments to fall under? O Melody O Harmony O Rhythm/Beat O Dynamics?
Instruments of the O R C H E S T R A Cello String Bass Violin Viola Harp.
Family Categories Strings Strings Woodwinds Woodwinds Brass Brass Percussion Percussion.
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