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    Samba Research Paper

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    Samba an old brazilian move use for road execution and traditional dancing their distinctive approaches to samba, solo or pair samba.Reading the article brazil.org its expressed "When the European colonizers settled in Brazil in the time between the sixteenth to the nineteenth hundreds of years, they brought into the nation swarms of African slaves. These Africans had their own particular traditions, customs and societies; a significant number of which were as melody, move and music." samba was acquainted with united state in 1930 and initially in africa. As indicated by Sambassadors of Groove, "samba" is thought to be gotten from the Kimbundu (Angola) term semba, which alluded to a "welcome to move" and in addition a typical label for the move gatherings held by slaves and previous slaves in the country ranges of Rio".…

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    Bossa Nova Analysis

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    Bossa Nova was a Brazilian musical movement started in 1958 with the song “Desafinado” by Tom Jobim and Newton Mendonça. This movement claims to the Brazilian Elites the art of music composition, which, since the beginning of the 20th century, had a very popular characteristic. Until then, the Samba dominated the musical scenario, and it was produced by the low class population in the rodas de samba, which were groups of musicians who would informally gather in bars to play and compose. Bossa…

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    Samba Culture

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    others to the new change in perspective of samba. Instead of being referred to as the persecuted/victimized music of the poorer Afro-Brazilian community, it is now understood as a symbol of Brazilianness. From there forward, samba would be recognized as the “national identity” of Brazil in celebration for its mixed cultural heritage, blacks and whites, after the 1930s. These two times in the past had a gap and Vianna referred to this as “the mystery of samba.” The sociologist, Gilberto Freyre,…

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    Classicism In Brazil

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    In 1917, the samba left the improvisation wheels of the Rio hills, and was considered representative of Brazilian popular music. There are several regional forms of samba in other parts of the country, but the modern urban samba, are sung to the sound of palms and beaten rhythm, with one or more parts of verses declamatory and played with stringed instruments such as cavaquinho, guitar, and Various percussion instruments such as tambourine, deaf and tambourine. With the passing of the years,…

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    Carnival Feminist Analysis

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    As previously discussed, Carnival, topically, unites individuals, establishes national identity, follows rituals, and complements the economy through a multi-day celebration that witnesses the competition of samba schools, but a critical examination shows a deeper and darker narrative; although an ongoing festival, Carnival is a remnant of the immoral and unjust system of colonialism. The Portuguese, one of the pioneers of globalization, first arrived in Brazil in 1500, and what followed is one…

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    Samba Music Style

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    KNOWING AND UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH: • What century was samba developed as a music style? Be specific as a century is a long time? Samba developed as a music style in Rio de Janeiro, where it was developed between the end of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century. This was around in the 1900`s. • What can you tell me about the samba schools set in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro? Refer to specific examples. THE MAIN PARADES:  Grand Rio- Grand Rio are the newest schools…

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    Ambiguous Adventure is about Samba Diallo growing up in two different cultures which he had to adjust the way he interacts with the people around him. For example, Samba Diallo's disciples were making fun of him because the teacher loved him more than the other students. Samba was humble about it and respectfully asked his peers to keep those comments to themselves. However, Samba threatened one of his disciples to leave the group if he continues to bully him. In contrast, when Samba went to the…

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    The Importance Of Carnival

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    Carnival is a celebration of different colors which converts into beautiful customs, calypso and steel pan music, different forms of dancing, foods, and Caribbean style arts that fascinates thousands of people from many different parts of the world. Trinidad and Tobago carnival is a once a year event with a combination of many different activities. The main purpose of the carnival is to reveal their culture and way of life by bringing everyone together. Trinidad and Tobago is a dual island,…

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    Miyuki Ishikawa, born 1887 in Kunitomi, graduated from the University of Tokyo and later married Takeshi Ishikawa. She found work at the Kotobuki Maternity Hospital as a midwife and would end up becoming the director of the hospital, a surprising advancement for a woman in her country at the time. Despite little being recorded about her personal life, it would seem as though she lived one serving the new mothers and their children diligently throughout her career. However, at the end of World…

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    Rio Carnival Essay

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    the world, you can blow off your stream with a lot of fun. This carnival is held before Lent which is 40 days before Easter as a farewell to the pleasure and celebrated for five days. The carnival in Rio de Janeiro is held throughout the Brazil country and is composed of Samba parade, Samba school, street bands and parties etc. The samba dancers put a lot of efforts to prepare for several months to all year long. Samba music that they play the whole time during the parade is Brazilian music…

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