It's a music video by me, Paulo Cesa Gomes Rodrigues, popularly known by the nickname Teo, I'm a freelance musician, I was born in Alhandra, Paraiba, northeast Brazil, on February 04, 1983, I initiated in the music since much little, seven years age, doing little melodies utilizing only the voice, but beginning in the art music since twelve years playing guitar and singing popular Brazilian music, after knowing reggae music, following, electronic music.
Brazilian musical (ahora en metacafe jaja pq me lo banearon en youtube x copyright de limp bizkit jajaja)
Sos grande brazileiro y no serias nada sin la nº7
A cool brazilian band with their music clip "O malandro (Ao vivo)".
The work of Pixinguinha and other giants of Brazilian Popular Music still
being performed and preserved until today by young Brazilian musicians despite
the cultural onslaught imposed by television networks in Brazil.
Music:."Lamento" by Pixinguinha played by Jacó do Bandolim
The biggest Brazilian music event ever, a festival in 1967 with live performances by Edú Lobo, Nara Leao, Gilberto Gil, Chico Buarque, Os Mutantes, Elis, Regina, Caetano Veloso and others
MESTRE ISRAEL IS TEACHING HOW TO PLAY THE BERIMBAL , VERY COOL , THIRD PART
GO BIG OR GO HOME, landelijke tournee van do 11 okt
‘07 t/m di 18 mrt ‘08 (première do 25 okt, Amsterdam,
Een grensverleggende ontmoeting met de Amsterdamse
straat, Amerikaanse en Zuid Afrikaanse invloeden, break
dance uit IJsselstein, moderne dans met een Boliviaanse
touch, krachtige Afrikaanse dans, Spaanse en Braziliaanse
ritmes die met hip hop kruisen.
GO BIG OR GO HOME is the new production from the Amsterdam Dance Group "Don't Hit Mama". Crossing borders dance with street, american and south african influences. Modern dance with Bolivian touch, African dance, Spannish and Brazilian rythms with hip hop mixes. National tour in Holland is from thurs. 11 october '07 until 18 march '07 (Premiere is 25, october 2007 in Amsterdam Theater Frascati)
Music by The Brew
Rock phenomenom brazilian stars
Brazil Soul TV is a weekly web TV show to promote the Brazilian culture in the US and here in our very first show. Our full coverage of the Brazilian celebration of the Independence Day in Los Angeles,which event was awesome. It happened in great style featuring Brazilian bands,samba dancers,yummy food,brazilian hand craft artists and beautiful people. The General Consulate of Brazil in Los Angeles promoted it. It was an amazing and fun day,so check it out!
*******www.brazilcarnival****.br/street_carnival Rio Marching Band Footage with Batucada (samba drumming), Flag bearer, Dancing Queen + backstage make-up. Aconteceu is the name of this cool Rio Street Carnival Marching Band.
The Annual Santa Barbara Brazilian Carnaval "Cultural" is held every year during the Mardi Gras week in different locations and dates. With the main focus to promote the roots of Brazilian Culture in the Central Coast of California, the events exposure the rich Brazil's culture through different art forms such as dance, music, cinema and culinary art. To know more visit www.sbbraziliancarnaval****
On Sundays afternoon is when Boteco gets closest to its Brazilian roots: feijoada is featured, a national dish made of beans and pork; Brazilian soccer is on television; and the live music from band Brasilidade is playing! The Boteco Restaurant & Lounge in Alhambra/Los Angeles is a chance to return to “Boteco Roots” - with a globalization twist!