Brazilian music; northeastern traditions and the heartbeat of a modern nation. (CD included).
Brazilian music; northeastern traditions and the heartbeat (1) A periodic signal generated by hardware for activation and/or synchronization purposes. See MHz.
(2) A periodic signal generated by hardware or software to indicate that it is still running.
1. of a modern nation. (CD included)
ABC-CLIO world music series
Crook (music, U. of Florida) surveys the music of Brazil Strong influences on the music of Brazil come from many parts of the world, but there are very popular regional music styles influenced by African and European forms. After 500 years of history the Brazilian music developed some unique and original styles like choro, música , with a focus on the Northeast. He describes the region, as well as the South, and their racially diverse cultures, music, and instruments, then moves to a discussion of traditions of the Northeast, including the caboclo population, Candomble religion, Carnival music of Salvador and Recife, and the frevo. The final chapters deal with popular music of the region, such as the samba-reggae and the mangue. Other topics explored are the banda de pifanos, cantoria de viola viola: see violin.
Stringed instrument, the tenor member of the violin family. In appearance it is almost identical to the violin but slightly larger; its strings are tuned a fifth lower. , afoxe, maracatu, and the baiao. The series is aimed at high school and undergraduate non-music students. The book includes a CD with 13 musical examples, with appendices ap·pen·di·ces
A plural of appendix. of lyrics lyrics npl [of song] → paroles fpl
lyrics lyric npl [of song] → Text m and translations.
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