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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Atkingani Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jul 2011 at 5:05pm
With Noel Rosa (1910-1937) the urban samba got its final shape - a feature that is copied until today. 


This guy produced with only 26 years of age a tsunami of sambas and related songs hard to be reached.


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Here the 1916 original version of the so-called 1st samba. However, according to some musicologists this song was actually a maxixe.


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Maxixe is a kind of proto-samba... this song originally recorded in 1928 shows a mix between maxixe and samba.


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Caxambu is a samba sub-genre that keeps a more definite African flavor.




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Samba de raiz (Roots samba) is a sub-genre not related necessarily with Carnival parade. Anyway, composers are generally the same but the rhythm is cruder, traditional.

 


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Everyone is bald to know that Samba is a genre/style of music 'brother' of Jazz and I think it deserves a tiny space here in JMA.

First, I'd like to show you the samba school battery and the way they play during the samba parade (a contest among schools that takes place every year during Carnival).

Leornard Bernstein once said that it should be impossible for him to command 300 persons being in the same level and dancing at the same time. Well, some dudes do it.



For more information about the samba schools, please check here:


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