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Jessie and Will F8 Brazilian Music
Transcript of Jessie and Will F8 Brazilian Music
Tombre: happy, fun, colorful, energetic
One instrument used in Brazilian traditional music is the 4 string banjo. There is also the Agogo, and the Afoye.
Brazil is located in South America. It has federal republic presidential government. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. It also contains of the Amazon River and the Amazon Rainforest.
Music of Brazil
The traditional music of Brazil is very happy. It includes a lot of instruments so it sounds like a combination of many instruments. The songs also sound very emotional and fun. they sound energetic too.
Jessie and Will F-8 Brazilian Music
One musician from Brazil is Ary Barroso who was born November 7, 1903 in Brazil and died February 9. He played the peano and was a composer. Another one is Luiz Melodia, born in 1951, January 7, in Rio De Janero. He plays the guitar and is also a composer. Alberto Neponucno was born July 6, 1864 and died October 16, 1920. He was born in Fortuleza. He played the violin and the piano.
Brazilian Music Halls
Some music halls in Brazil are the Credicard Hall, the Citibank Hall, and the Sala Sau Paulo.
The function of music in Brazil is first, to express passion. They show passion for their culture and what they value. Also, the function of music is to express joy. Their music is very fast and has a happy tone.
Brazil has very fast, and happy music and shows a lot of passion. Brazil is a very large country with a lot of music. They have interesting instruments and musicians too. Overall, Brazil's music is very interesting.