Posted by Princess Eva Angelica on Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Posted by Princess Eva Angelica in Brazilian Music on Saturday, November 12, 2011
Colorful costumes and energetic dance forms give an idea about the importance of music to the people of Brazil band. When it comes to music, this is the place to be! The musical culture has spread throughout this area so that the music is the only language that unites souls, not only in Brazil but all over the world. There are several types of Brazilian music forms witnessed in recent years. These genres have many followers and fans continue to inspire people everywhere. Here is a summary of the different types of Brazilian music.
Brazil and the Samba connection is something that music lovers and dance are aware. The origins of this musical genre dates back to the dances of African Americans. Originally a dance partner, samba is a dance that has to do music in a piece of music. Samba made his first appearance in the 20th century, where he was recognized as a particular type of music style. This song and the dance style is very popular in the carnivals of Brazil. This style of music is played with a drum called surdo. The hand drum is another tool used in many other types of Brazilian music. This lively and energetic style of music has spread to other areas of the world little by little! Samba's popularity can be seen even today, especially in Rio de Janeiro.
Over time, other Samba was developed in Rio de Janeiro. This genre is known as the Pagoda. Developed in the 1980s, new musical instruments were presented to the creation of these issues. Many musical groups adapted this style, but was also criticized for having more traditional rhythms. The banjo and the sound of Mao were used to create rhythmic beats.
Lundu was a style of music and dance that first introduced by slaves. This style was an African-American base, and is sometimes considered indecent. In a dance group, gradually emerged as a solo dance. After the 18th century, this type of music and dance mixed with other styles. Even today, this form is very common in many areas.
Basically, the styles of music that includes the use of instruments like the tambourine, accordion, tambourine and acoustic guitar. These were used in creating some of the earliest styles of music in Brazil. The natives of tropical forests have their own ways of creating tunes for entertainment. With the help of flutes and whistles, drums and horns, the Indians created the music now known as Brazilian popular music.
Musicians and composers brought more attention to the style of the 19th century with the Choro. It was popularized among the people through radio. This marked him as one of the first and most important music is in Brazil. However, another type of music performed with the help of zabumba called Baião. Baia was the basis for many songs. A more popular among the rural class, songs, basically describes the struggles and challenges people face. Today, this form is known as the lining.
The popularity of country music shows in Brazil. The virgin forest is a form that is based on gender, with external influences.
Over the years, throughout the history of music in Brazil, the popularity of different genres has led to the development of many styles. The popular forms is known as Brazilian popular music. Also known as MPB, this style appealed more to young people in general. In 1970, Brazilian music was also witnessed the emergence of rock. The 1980s witnessed a strong position to win soon, punk rock and heavy metal is also accepted. Bossa Nova is a style that appealed to many and is based on Samba. Today, all these forms are very common in Brazil.
There are some basic guidelines office fashion tips would otherwise have to meet to be presentable at work, because the way they dress affects the way others in the place you visit. There is nothing personal about it, is a simple matter.
* Avoid necklines as far as possible, since it can be a distraction and is certainly an inappropriate way to dress up in a business environment. It is not only cleavage, but the clothes that show too much skin (more than necessary), which are generally unacceptable in the workplace.
* Never use strong colors. While you choose a dress or blouse, in the case of women, always go in soft colors and soft, you want people in the office to concentrate on their professionalism and not to mention their clothes. As your clothes can make the difference between sleaze and soft.
* Men do not have a range of accessories to choose from, however, none of the limited options they have to be smart and be well coordinated with the clothes. No simple and subtle form. The belt should be closely coordinated with the shoes. Shoes without a second thought has to be conservative, clean and polished. Of course, if your work environment is a bit more relaxed, slippers or shoes without laces are acceptable, however, the use of flip-flops of work shows a very casual attitude, which is greatly appreciated.
* Despite the many choices women have in terms of selection of accessories, it is important to keep the shine at bay. The point is that simple. The accessories should be used to improve their personality and not diminish its credibility. Keep your makeup simple, avoid if possible. If you can not live without her makeup and nude tones chooses to maintain a minimum level.
* Ladies, an office is not the place to show the different types of shoes you own, wear something that matches your equipment and improve your personality. Avoid high heels if you do not get along. It is important to be comfortable in what you are using, and increase your confidence and productivity in the office.
Posted by Princess Eva Angelica in Kids Coloring Pages on Saturday, January 15, 2011
Posted by Princess Eva Angelica in black metal on Saturday, December 18, 2010
In Arabian, Myrath means legacy but I can tell you that until today, it will also means ”oriental killers of progressive metal”. Myrath comes from Tunisia and they will probably be the first band from Maghreb which will have a famous international career. Leaded by Malek BenArbia a young talented guitarist who has finished his formation at the famous ”MAI School” of Nancy (France), the band is for me the surprise of the year 2007. Between Symphony X, Adagio and Dream Theater, their first real official album ”Hope” is an amazing release of Progressive Metal. If you pretend to like such kind of music, then you’ll not have the right to miss this album. Myrath’s own style found throughout making this a great release for the Power/Prog Metal genre. ”Hope” starts out with a beautiful intro that really shows the bands love for Western influences (the band hails from Tunisia, Africa) before kicking right in with the crushing riffage of the 2nd song ”Confession”! After that the CD does not stop for the remaining 6 songs that follow! Found throughout the disc are monstrous riffs, soaring melodies, Asian influences, and brilliant backing vocals. This is all topped off with Kevin Codfert (Adagio keyboardist) handling the production, and sound engineer duties. The production on ”Hope” is absolutely crystal clear, ballsy, crisp, and punchy! Intelligent, well written and with a ton of great riffs and melodies, ”Hope” is a damn impressive beginning. I’m sure that the band will quickly become famous and will be signed by a major as soon as possible because definitely this album is one of the best releases of Progressive Metal that I had the chance to listen to lately. Now, all the Metalheads from the north of Africa will be able to show to the world that they know what great Metal is. Thumb up to Myrath for this exceptional release this band will become really big and famous you’ll see, I will not be wrong! The grandeur of this release is that the consistency of quality remains very high over all its eight tracks, the majority of which seem to be the embodiments of a trinity of originality, complexity and magic. I believe most, if not all, of those into heavy Progressive, fans of Dream Theater included, will be in the seventh heaven when navigating through the pitfalls and undercurrents that highlight this wonderful recording.