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Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol II - with DVD - Vina Lacerda

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol II - with DVD Vina Lacerda A872012

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol II - with DVD - Vina Lacerda

Vina Lacerda
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A872012
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Brazilian rhythms and instruments VOL II - course book with DVD - texts  in Englisch and... more

Instrumentos e ritmos brasileiros Vol II - with DVD - Vina Lacerda

item number: A872012
available as: book & DVD
content: different styles, Forró & northeastern rhythms
for instruments: percussion misc.
weight (net): 0,6 kg
Brazilian rhythms and instruments VOL II - course book with DVD - texts  in Englisch and Portuguese

This compact text and training book focusses on the northeast Brazilian styles, the typical percussion instruments and the characteristic rhythms and beats you find in the musical universe of northeast Brazilian regions. The Vol. II of this series discusses a large pool of information about Forró, especially the details about the rhythm components of the zabumba, triangel, agogó and the pandeiro and how it is played in Baião, Xote, Arrasta-Pé, Xaxado and Forró. Each percussion instrument is shown seperately an in mosaic, helping the student to understand an actually play the rhythms. Furthermore, the material brings musical themes played by a 'grupo regional de Choro e sanfona' (accordion), an indispensable instrument to those musical styles.

The book contains more than 50 videos, music sheets, texts with historical information, techniques and curiosities. This material is yet another source for the study, practice and apprenticeship of Brazilian music.

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