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Close up of Professora Amazonas playing the djembe drum at the March 8, 2020 event “Celebrating Women in World Music” hosted by 10PRL in Long Branch, NJ.

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Professora Amazonas of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira demonstrates African rhythms on the djembe drum.

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Professora Amazonas (Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira) and Instrutora Cuica (Capoeira Mandinga) demonstrate the rhythms played in the batería of capoeira at the March 8, 2020 “Celebrating Women in World Music” event.

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Professora Amazonas of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira demonstrates the atabaque, a drum used to play of Afro-Brazilian rhythms including capoeira, maculélé, and samba de roda.

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Members of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira practicing the instruments, rhythms, and songs of capoeira. Humor and play are sprinkled throughout the classes, from the music to the physical training.

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A djembe drum and two batá on display at Amigolandia sports bar in Arroyo, Puerto Rico.

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A variety of drums and percussion instruments on display in Amigolandia sports bar in Arroyo, Puerto Rico, where the owner loves music as much as he loves sports.

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Members of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira learning and studying the songs, rhythms, and music that are played in the batería in the capoeira roda.

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Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira practicing the rhythms of capoeira on the agogô, pandeiro, and conga.

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Pandeiro is one of the instruments used in the batería of capoeira. Like the other instruments used in the batería, the pandeiro is also of African origin.

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A pandeiro is a hand-held frame drum used in the music of capoeira and other Brazilian musical genres such as samba, coco, chore and more.

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The heartbeat of the music of capoeira revolves around the drums and the berimbau.

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Professora Amazonas plays and teaches drum patterns and songs in her adult capoeira class. Here, she is playing a conga drum which is often used to train, teach and demonstrate, but the traditional drum used in the roda is the atabaque, which is…

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Cavalo, a member of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira, plays pandeiro in the batería at Professora Amazonas’ class.

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Members of Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira studying and practicing the music, songs, and rhythms of samba.

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Youth student of Professora Amazonas playing the agogô for students practicing maculélé.

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Youth student of Professora Amazonas playing the drum patterns for students practicing the maculélé movements.

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In Grupo Liberdade de Capoeira, all students learn, study and play the musical instruments featured in the variety of forms taught and practiced in classes and training.

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Like capoeira, maculélé is danced in a circle. It also utilizes a similar arrangement in the batería.

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INKHAY's music, primarily, represents elements of South American indigenous culture when they perform wind and percussion music. They also include European musical elements when they play stringed instruments like the guitar, mandolin and the well…
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