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Brazilian Samba de Roda

" It's nothing like they say. Samba moved to the favelas later on. Anyway, it went wherever we went: Wherever there was a party!" -Donga
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Melanie Gouveia

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Brazilian Samba de Roda

Brazilian Samba de Roda (Samba Brasileiro) "It's nothing like they say.
Samba moved to the favelas later on.
Anyway, it went wherever we went:
Wherever there was a party!"
-Donga Samba de Roda is a music-culture that
has its roots in Africa, predominantly in Angola 1860: Migration of African slaves to Brazil (Bahia) Video # 1 Video # 3 Samba de Roda
Musical genre tightly associated to dance Reunion of participants in a large circle
referred to as a Roda The people participate in the celebration by dancing, singing
and clapping their hands along with the music
being played by the set of instruments. Important:
-women dance
- belly push, umbigada
-capoeira
Video # 4 capoeira capoeira
Bateria overall information Costumes
Women
Bateria
Clapping in circle Instruments part of the bateria: berimbau atabaque pandeiro agogo video # 2 video #5
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