Brazilian Music: Northeastern Traditions and the Heartbeat of a Modern Nation, Volume 1
Includes information on afoxe, Afro Brazilian culture, Baiao music, Banda de pifanos, Batuque, Blocos afros, Blocos carnavalescos, Blocos de indio, Caboclo population, Candomble, Cantoria, Capoeira, Carnival, Colonialism, dance, drums and drumming, ethnicity and culture, Europeans, folk music, Forro music, Frevo, Luiz Gonzaga, instruments, Antonio Lisboa, maracatu, marachas, military life and music, percussion, poets and poetry, popular music, racial identification, pernambuco Recife, religion, rhythms, Rio de Janeiro, Roman Catholic Church, samba, slavery, social stratification, viola, women, etc.
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