Form of canasta using three decks and six jokers a lively ballroom dance from Brazil music composed for dancing the samba dance the samba.
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Syncopated, smooth dance style which was invented in the late 1800s as part of Brazil's carnaval celebrations Carnaval sambas were typically performed by large percussion ensembles, and were an expression of Brazil's West African heritage Later on, in the 1920s and '30s, samba became increasingly complex, as writers such as Ary Barroso transformed it into a pop style, blending African rhythms with European melodies Out of fashion during the bossa nova craze of the late 1950s and early '60s, samba had a resurgence of popularity in the 1970s, typified by popular singers such as Clara Nunes, Beth Carvalho and Alcione.
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Large west African tree having large palmately lobed leaves and axillary cymose panicles of small white flowers and one-winged seeds; yields soft white to pale yellow wood.
Music composed for dancing the samba.
Lively ballroom dance from Brazil.
The word 'samba' means 'to rub navels together' The Portuguese imported many slaves from Angola and Congo into Brazil in the 16th century, who in turn brought their dances such as the Catarete, the Embolada and the Batuque These dances were considered sinful by the Europeans as they involved the touching of navels The Embolada is about a cow with balls on its horns for safety, and became a term meaning 'foolish'.
Afro-Brazilian dance, characterized by duple meter, responsorial singing, and polyrhythmic accompaniments.
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As the body goes into blackout, the arms and legs convulse, giving the appearance that the diver is dancing the samba.
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Dance craze of Brazilian origin, popular in the 1940's, a dance in a moderately fast quadruple meter with complex rhythms.
This Brazilian dance was first introduced in 1917 but was finally adopted by Brazilian society in 1930 as a ballroom dance It is sometimes referred to as a Samba, Carioca, a Baion or a Batucado The difference is mostly in the tempo played since the steps in all three dance are very similar The style is to bounce steadily and smoothly in 2/4 meter They say that the Samba was introduced in the United States in 1939 by the late Carmen Miranda.
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