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Mestre Negao Berimbau médio A163020 Berimbau médio
Mestre Negao
(9)

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€84.00 *
Marcos China RIO Berimbau Médio A132011 Berimbau Médio
Marcos China RIO
(6)

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€79.00 *
Marcos China RIO Berimbau Viola A132010 Berimbau Viola
Marcos China RIO
(1)

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€75.00 *
Marcos China RIO Berimbau for kids A132014 Berimbau for kids
Marcos China RIO
(1)

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€58.00 *
Gope Berimbau for kids A372310 Berimbau for kids
Gope
(5)

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€49.00 *
Mestre Negao Berimbau gunga A163010 Berimbau gunga
Mestre Negao
(2)

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€89.00 *
Mestre Negao Berimbau viola A163030 Berimbau viola
Mestre Negao
(1)

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€76.00 *
Marcos China RIO Berimbau Marcos China A132012 Berimbau Gunga
Marcos China RIO
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€85.00 *
Mestre Negao Berimbau trio A163000 Berimbau trio
Mestre Negao

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€250.00 *
Mestre Negao Berimbau Iniciante - for beginners A163035 Berimbau Iniciante - for beginners
Mestre Negao

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€76.00 *
KALANGO Berimbau Gunga A601140 Berimbau Gunga
KALANGO

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€78.00 *

Musicbows with one string and a gourd as a sounding-board are widely spread throughout the whole of Africa. They were the origin of the typical Bahian berimbau which is played by balancing the instrument with the left hand at a right angle to the body. A stone or coin is held between the thumb and forefinger, with which one can modify the timbre and pitch of the string. A thin stick held in the right hand together with a caixixi, produces the typical buzzing sound by striking the metal string rhythmically. The berimbau is the characteristic accompanying instrument for the Capoeira.

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