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Various - Axé Brazil: The Afro-Brazilian Music Of Brazil album flac


Performer: Various
Genre: Reggae / Latin / Folk music
Title: Axé Brazil: The Afro-Brazilian Music Of Brazil
Released: 1991
Style: Samba, Axé, MPB
FLAC version ZIP size: 1457 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1838 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1950 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 602
Other Formats: RA AU AIFF MP2 MMF AUD VQF

Afro-Brazilian Samba Bossa Nova Brazilian Pop MPB Axe Brazilian Traditions. Axe Brasil: The Afro-Brazilian Music Of Brazil.

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Brazil is known throughout the world for its unique music. Here are ten Brazilian music genres you have to know about. Music is one of the cornerstones of Brazil; genres like samba are synonymous with Brazilian culture. The remarkable aspect of Brazilian music is that so many genres are unique to the nation – bossa nova, samba, and sertanejo to name just a few. As well as their own unique beats, some Brazilian musicians have borrowed other genres – rap and pop for instance – and molded them into something distinctly Brazilian. Anyone that has enjoyed Carnival in Salvador will be familiar with axé music, as it is one of the most defining genres in Bahia and has roots in African, Caribbean, and Brazilian music, drawing inspiration from reggae, calypso, and marcha, among others. It has strong associations with the Candomblé religion, due to its African origin.

Accompanied by highly percussive drumming, the ritualistic ceremonies of the Afro-Brazilian candomblé religion have distinctly shaped the musical soundscape of Brazil, influencing many contemporary styles such as the samba and bossa nova. Indicative to a popular dance found in the slave plantations of the Bahian region of North-Eastern Brazil (candombe), the term candomblé has become a generic term to designate the religion itself and the locality of cult practices  . One of the main features of the candomblé religion is the inherent belief of the axé – a magic-sacred force that assures dynamic existence and controls what happens in quotidian life.

The music of Brazil encompasses various regional musical styles influenced by African, European and Amerindian forms. The Afro-Brazilian sport of capoeira is never played without its own music, which is usually considered to be a call-and-response type of folk music.

Genre: MPB (Popular Brazilian Music). Backstory: Carlos is known as "O Rei," which means "The King" in Portuguese. Before enjoying a solo career that would make him famous in all of Latin America, he was a part of a famous teenage band called Jovem Guarda. Backstory: The two musicians co-wrote and composed the album Clube Da Esquina that featured various Brazilian artists and became an iconic record. Paisagem Da Janela" was one of the most popular singles, which would go on to be re-recorded many times over. Why It's Great: That electric guitar, though.

Brazil has over 500 years of music history that began with Jesuit priests coming to the country. Various instruments are used to create interesting sounds that range from slow and sensuous to what might be referred to as a frenzied acoustic beat. Every genre of Brazilian music is appreciated throughout the country and in many places around the world. Popular Brazilian Music Styles. The first African music heard in Brazil was lundu. This music was accompanied by a dance that was deemed a bit too erotic at that time, so the dance was no longer done in public as of the 18th century, but the music was still played and enjoyed.

Tracklist

1 Os Paralamas Do Sucesso Jubiaba
2 Banda Reflexu's Madagascar Olodum
3 Geronimo* De Onde Eu Vim
4 Clara Nunes Ijexa
5 Sarajane Sotaque Brasileiro
6 Banda Reflexu's Nego Laranja
7 Banda Tercero Mundo Brilho De Beleza
8 Clara Nunes Menino Velho
9 Djavan / Gil* Nvula Ieza Kia / Humbiumbi
10 Simone To Voltando
11 Gonzaguinha Tanacara
12 Banda Reflexu's Dialeto Negro
13 Clara Nunes Brasil Mestico, Santuaria De Fe
14 Clara Nunes Canto Das Tres Racas
15 Simone Provo Da Raca Brasil
16 Marisa Monte Lenda Das Sereias, Rainha Do Mar
17 Banda Reflexu's Canto Da Cor
18 Alceu Valenca* O Ovo E A Galinha
19 Dorival Caymmi Canto De Nanã

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