Tag Archive | "Regional"

52 MOVEMENTS OF MESTRE BIMBA

CAPOEIRA REGIONAL MOVEMENTS: The capoeira regional movements are split into three categories: basic, traumatic and take-downs. [...more]

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Capoeira Regional Rhythms- Santa Maria

Santa Maria This rhythm is the ‘hino’ de capoeira, the anthem of capoeira. In the associacao de capoeira mestre bimba, bahia brazil, we play this anthem before every class to pay homage to the mestres of the past, and of course mestre bimba. There are many variations that can be added, but it is generally […] [...more]

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CAPOEIRA REGIONAL-A Basic Overview

CAPOEIRA REGIONAL TRADICIONAL:TOQUES (BERIMBAU RHYTHMS): SÃO BENTO GRANDE (DE BIMBA/DO REGIONAL), IUNA, BANGUELA, CAVALARIA, SANTA MARIA, IDALINHA, AMAZONAS [...more]

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Capoeira Regional Rhythms- Iuna

The berimbau Rhythm-Iuna This Rhythm has been explained to me in many different ways by many teachers, and with various meanings.However, I am just going to say that in capoeira regional (in angola it is different), they use this for the jogo dos mestres e professores. [...more]

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Capoeira Regional Rhythms- Banguela

The Berimbau Rhythm-Banguela In capoeira Regional, they traditionally used this rhythm to slow down the capoeira game for practice purposes. This game was almost like a pseudo-capoeira angola game. [...more]

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Berimbau Regional Rhythms- Idalinha

The berimbau Rhythm- Idalinha I am sorry, but I have not heard any kind of explanation for this rhythm other than it was just a rhythm that people liked to play, it was not used for any kind of purpose or intention. VERBAL ANNOTATION: TICH TICH DOM DOM DIM DOM DOM TICH TICH DIM TICH […] [...more]

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Berimbau Regional Rhythms- Amazonas

The Berimbau rhythm of Amazonas some people say that bimba developed it from when he went to the amazon and heard it from the native indians.  However, Mestre Bimba never went to the Amazon.   [...more]

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Berimbau Regional Rhythms- Cavalaria

The Berimbau Rhythm of Cavalaria This is one of the seven toques of Capoeira regional. The Rhythm of cavalaria was thought to be traditionally played to warn the capoeiristas that the cavalry were coming. This was because of the banning of capoeira practice, they would thus warn the capoeiras so they could escape persecution. However, […] [...more]

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Berimbau Regional Rhythms- Sao Bento Grande

Sao Bento Grande (Regional) The Rhythm of Sao bento grande is usually played in most traditional Capoeira Regional Rodas. Many groups and people have either suppressed or misunderstood where and when to use this toque.   [...more]

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