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Triangle - steel - Bernardo Luiz

Triangle - steel Bernardo Luiz A602320

Triangle - steel - Bernardo Luiz

Bernardo Luiz
Item number
A602320
weight (net):
0,7 kg

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26,00 *

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Steel triangel - authentic and traditional Forró sound Handmade, rustical steel triangles -... more

Triangle - steel - Bernardo Luiz

item number: A602320
type: Forro
weight (net): 0,7 kg

Steel triangel - authentic and traditional Forró sound

Handmade, rustical steel triangles - an instrument made in traditional, real Forró style with the authentic iron sound which is typically known from local Forró celebs like Luiz Gonzaga was. Both the material as well as the shape of this triangle are typical for the nordestino styles and actually have been made based on the models of Luis Gonzaga's instruments.

Bernardo Luiz makes those triangles one by one. He is a Brazilian musician from Recife in the North-east of Brazil. He lives in Paris and plays the guitar, cavaquinho, bass and accordion (sanfona). He is specialised in North-east Brazilian music, especially Forró and has a large selection of tutorials on Youtube documenting his work.

Size:
base 40 cm
short sides 24 cm


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7 Jul 2021
very deep sound

very deep sound

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