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Like these Capoeira Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1lx6qWk Watch more How to Do Capoeira videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/508303-Music-from-the-Bateria-Capoeira The bateria is all the instruments that compose the capoeira. In the bateria usual depending on what school you go to, we have three berimbaus, sometimes two pandeiro, which is the tambourine, and we have a atabaque, which is the drum. And also along with the instruments, we have the clappi, which sets the rhythm for the capoeira, for the capoeiristas. And then comes the singing, and we have the currs as well. One of the instruments in the bateria, is the pandeiro, known also as the tambourine. So the pandeiro can be played in a couple of different ways. So usually in a very simple way to be played. It can be... [plays instrument] And this is the pandeiro. We can also in capoeira, we have three other instruments. We have the berimbaus. And we have the gunga, also known as the berra-boi. We have the medio. And we have the viola. These three instruments there the ones that are real leads the roda. So we are going to have a demonstration of the berimbaus. Have a procansisio play the berimbaus . And there are different rhythms in capoeira. Okay. You can play, he's going to play just a bungalia for now. [plays instrument] And this is the berimbaus. And usually in a capoeira hoder, we have three berimbaus. Two pandeiros, and a atabaque. Followed by the clapping and the singing. The berimbaus is made with cabasa, which is a gourd berra-boi. Or berimbaus. Which is the wood over here. And then we have the Aramie. Now a days you can find aramie on music stores. They sell this wire for music instruments. And we have the doe-brown. Which is just a rock. Also we can use a coin for that. And then on my right hand I have the bacata and the cashushi. Inside the cashushi is usually, we put seeds, any kind of seeds that will still dry and as you hit back and forth, gives you some good sound. And then they are pretty much three notes in the berimbaus. The first one. By pressing the brown against the wire, softly, and then in a way that gives different sound. Also by moving the cabasa away from your stomach, that will give you a different sound. So we can just like scratch softly. [plays instrument] And as you notice the cabasa stays on my stomach. And then if I hit a little bit lower, and move the cabasa away, gives me a different sound. [plays instrument] And if I press I little bit harder and move the cabasa. [plays instrument] Gives me that note. So with the three notes you can play bangela. [plays instrument] You can also play many other rhythms only with those three notes. And we can play some metalgrangia. Which goes: [plays instrument] And that was some metalgrangia. The atabaque is part of the bateria in capoeira. Which is the drum. Now its called capoeira roda. We place the atabaque on the left hand side. And just like other instruments. They all follow the berimbaus. They all follow the ganz? which is more to the left. We have ganz?, mage, and viola. And then we have the pandeiro. pandeiros, two pandeiros. The tambourine, and we have the drums. So usually the atabaque goes on the left and the atabaque match holds the base for the beat. You know goes, hmm. You know goes one two three. One two three. And also depending how what rhythm you're playing the atabaque sometimes speeds up, the atabaque sometimes slows down. So its like the bass in capoeira.
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a basic tutorial on the common instruments in capoeira, and some easy ways to enter into the rhythm. They can also be used as variations in the rhythm. I picked Sao bento grande de angola as the base rhythm, as i believe it is the rhythm most played around the world. Hopefully more to come! so stay tuned.
A quick berimbau tutorial on the toque (rhythm) of Angola. Learn the notes and where it fits with the atabaque (drum) so you never fall off beat. Other variations are also played near the end. x - buzz or ti (lightly press the rock on the wire, gourd against your body) o - open or dom (rock is off the wire, hit under where the rock would be placed. Move the cabaca (gourd) away from your body) ● - closed or dim (rock is pressed firmly on the wire. no buzz should be heard. cabaca away from your body) Berimbau played by muito tempo edited by Cafe
Berimbau instrumental Capoeira Brasil
The kalumbu is a one-stringed musical bow, the ancient origins of which lie with the San people. In Zambia only found amongst the Ba-Tonga and Ba-Ila peoples of Southern Province. Chris Haambwiila is an Ila from Chitongo village and one of the best kalumbu players to be found. This song 'Saansa Cisanse' is on the new cd SWP 041 'Zambia Roadside 2' available via http://www.swp-records.com and also available through itunes. Another traditional instrument in danger of disappearing, recorded here by Michael Baird in 2008 with essential assistance from Mrs. Esnart Mweemba. More kalumbu songs on SWP 010 'Kalimba and Kalumbu Songs' , recorded in the 1950s. Filmed by Rogier Kappers and Boudewijn Koole. (thanks to hEuzzz)
Learn how to play atabaque with basic capoeira moves in this free Brazilian martial arts video with beginner capoeira techniques from our martial arts expert.