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A Orquestra do Candomble da Nacao Ketu - Ile Oxumare (DVD)
Hank Schroy, Bira Reis & Alabes do Ile Oxumare
0793573969484
DVD - 1 item(s)
Afro-Brazilian / Tratore (2013)
NTSC ALL. 149 min DOLBY 16:9 Idioma: Portugues. Legenda: Ingles. A Orquestra de Candomble e uma pesquisa musical apresentada em forma audiovisual que traz os principais ritmos do candomblé da naćčo Ketu. Aprenda como tocar esses toques através deste guia que é relevante para todos níveis de experiźncia. Realizado pelo baixista Hank Schroy e o percussionista Bira Reis, este estudo afro-brasileiro foi feito em colaboraćčo com os Alabźs da Casa Ilź Oxumaré de Salvador, Bahia.
NTSC ALL. DOLBY 16:9 149 min Language: Portuguese. Subtitles: English. The Orchestra Candomblé is a musical research presented in audiovisual way that brings the main rhythms of Candomblé Ketu nation. Learn how to play these ringtones through this guide is relevant to all levels of experience. Carried out by bassist Hank Schroy and percussionist Bira Reis, this study african-Brazilian was done in collaboration with Alabes House Ilź Oxumaré of Salvador, Bahia.
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