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The Carnival of Brazil (Portuguese: Carnaval do Brasil, IPA: [kaʁnaˈvaw]) is an annual Brazilian festival held the Friday afternoon before Ash Wednesday at noon, which marks the beginning of Lent, the forty-day period before Easter.During Lent, Roman Catholics and some other Christians traditionally abstained from the consumption of meat and poultry, hence the term "carnival", ….
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Annual festival in Brazil

The Carnival of Brazil (Portuguese: Carnaval do Brasil, IPA: [kaʁnaˈvaw]) is an annual Brazilian festival held the Friday afternoon before Ash Wednesday at noon, which marks the beginning of Lent, the forty-day period before Easter. During Lent, Roman Catholics and some other Christians traditionally abstained from the consumption of meat and poultry, hence the term "carnival", from carnelevare, "to remove (literally, "raise") meat."[2]

Rhythm, participation, and costumes vary from one region of Brazil to another. In the southeastern cities of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and Vitoria, huge organized parades are led by samba schools. Those official parades are meant to be watched by the public, while minor parades (blocos) allowing public participation can be found in other cities, like Belo Horizonte,[3] also in the southeastern region. The northeastern cities of Recife, Olinda, Salvador, and Porto Seguro have organized groups parading through streets, and public interacts directly with them. It is a six-day party where crowds follow the trios eletricos through the city streets, dancing and singing. Also in northeast, Olinda carnival features unique characteristics, heavily influenced by local folklore and cultural manifestations, such as Frevo and Maracatu.

The typical genres of music of Brazilian carnival are, in the Southeast Region in general, mostly cities of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo: the samba-enredo, the samba de bloco, the samba de embalo and the marchinha; and in the Northeast Region including Pernambuco (mostly cities of Olinda and Recife): frevo and maracatu, and Bahia (mostly the city of Salvador): samba-reggae, pagode (also a type of Samba) and the main genre axe music. These rhythms were mainly developed by Afro-brazlians and Pardos, incorporating and adapting many cultural influences, from the percussion beats of Africa to the military fanfares of Europe and iberian music in the use of instruments like pandeiro and cavaquinho.

Carnival is the most popular holiday in Brazil and has become an event of huge proportions.[4][5][6][7] Except for industrial production, retail establishments such as malls, and carnival-related businesses, the country unifies completely for almost a week and festivities are intense, day and night, mainly in coastal cities.[8] Rio de Janeiro's carnival alone drew 4.9 million people in 2011, with 400,000 being foreigners.[9]

Brazilian carnival in essence is a synthesis of European, indigenous, and Afro-Brazilian cultural influences, each group has played an important role in the development of the structure and aesthetic of the Brazilian carnival of today. For instance, the main rhythms used in carnival celebrations were developed by Afro-Brazilians and make use of European instruments like the cavaquinho and pandeiro to create melodies and arrangements, also the fantasies and costumes in the Brazilian carnival borrow concepts from the clothing of the natives, like the use of feathers and the tendency to use lighter pieces of clothing. Historically its origins can be traced to the Portuguese Age of Discoveries when their caravels passed regularly through Madeira, a territory which already celebrated emphatically its carnival season, and where they were loaded with goods but also people and their ludic and cultural expressions.[10][11]

Disruptions[edit]

The Carnival was first suspended in 1912, following the death of the Baron of Rio Branco, at the time Brazilian Minister of External Relations. The mayor of Rio reportedly postponed all licenses for the Carnival associations, but despite this many residents still partied in the streets anyway.[12] The Carnival went on as scheduled despite World War I and World War II, besides during Brazil's military dictatorship, despite strict regulations.

The first disruption to the Carnival in 108 years took place in late September 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil, when the 2021 festival was cancelled.[13][14] The next festival is scheduled for 26 February-2 March 2022, depending on the evolution of the epidemiological situation in the country.[15]

By region[edit] Rio de Janeiro[edit]

In the late 18th century, the "cordoes" (literally "cords", laces or strings in Portuguese) combined with the "danca do coco" (literally "coconut dance" an Afro-Brazilian dance troupe form) were introduced in Rio de Janeiro. These were pageant groups that paraded through city avenues performing on instruments and dancing. Today they are known as Carnaval blocos (blocks), consisting of a group of people who dress in costumes or special T-shirts with themes and/or logos. Blocos are generally associated with particular neighbourhoods; they include both a percussion or music group and an entourage of revelers. They eventually became the "fathers" of what everyone today knows as the famous and internationally renowned samba-schools in Brazil. Samba-schools (not only in Rio de Janeiro, but in Sao Paulo and several other cities) are the cultural epicenter of the Brazilian carnival, in terms of the "parading style". The first registered samba-school was called "Deixa-falar", but disappeared later and the first official samba-school contest happened in 1929, with only three groups, and "Oswaldo Cruz" group won the competition, with a samba written by Heitor dos Prazeres. GRES Estacao Primeira de Mangueira Samba-School, represented by Cartola, and Estacio de Sa samba School, represented by Ismael Silva, were the other 2 contestants. Eventually, "Oswaldo Cruz" became Portela Samba School, the greatest winner of Rio's Carnival with 22 Titles. Although many Brazilians tend now to favor other forms of national music culture to that of Rio's samba schools, the carnival of Rio de Janeiro remains the national festival par excellence, and the samba of Rio de Janeiro continues to be an agent of national unification.[16]

Carnaval blocos, also known as Blocos de Rua ("Street Blocks") occur in nearly every neighborhood throughout the city and metropolitan areas, but the most famous are the ones in Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon, Lagoa, Jardim Botanico, and in downtown Rio. Organizers often compose their own music themes that are added to the performance and singing of classic "marchinhas" and samba popular songs. "Cordao do bola preta" ("Polka Dot Bloco"), that goes through the heart of Rio's historical center, and "Suvaco do Cristo" ('Armpit of Christ the Redeemer', referring to the angle of the statue seen from the neighborhood), near the Botanical Garden, are some of the most famous groups. Monobloco has become so famous that it plays all year round at parties and small concerts.

The formalized samba schools are very small groups of performers, financed by respected organizations (as well as legal gambling groups), who work year-round in preparation for Carnival. Samba Schools perform in the Sambadrome, which runs four entire nights and is overseen by LIESA.[17] They are part of an official competition, divided into seven divisions, in which a single school is declared the winner, according to ten judging categories[18] that include costume, flow, theme, and band music quality and performance. Some samba schools also hold street parties in their neighborhoods, through which they parade along with their followers.

All performers at the Sambadrome have to wear a costume. Some honored members of the school or community may receive one for free, but normally, most will have to pay for their own.[19] Tourists can have the same experience on the "Commercial Area" of some Samba Schools but need to buy their own costume from the school, or through an agent, either of which can be quite costly.[20]

Bahia[edit]

There are several major differences between Carnival in the state of Bahia in Northeastern Brazil and Carnival in Rio de Janeiro. The musical styles are different at each carnival; in Bahia there are many rhythms, including samba, samba-reggae, axe, etc., while in Rio there is the multitude of samba styles: the "samba-enredo", the "samba de bloco", the "samba de embalo", the "funk-samba", as well as the famous "marchinhas" played by the "bandas" in the streets.

In the 1880s, the black population commemorated the days of Carnival in its own way, highly marked by Yoruba characteristics, dancing in the streets playing instruments. This form was thought of as "primitive" by the upper-class white elite, and the groups were banned from participating in the official Bahia Carnival, dominated by the local conservative elite. The groups defied the ban and continued to do their dances.

By the 1970s, four main types of carnival groups developed in Bahia: Afoxes, Trios Eletricos, "Amerindian" groups, and Blocos Afros. Afoxes use the rhythms of the African inspired religion, Candomble. They also worship the gods of Candomble, called orixas. An Electric Trio is characterized by a truck equipped with giant speakers and a platform where musicians play songs of local genres such as axe. People follow the trucks singing and dancing. The "Amerindian" groups were inspired by Western movies from the United States. The groups dress up as Native Americans and take on Native American names. Blocos Afros, or Afro groups, were influenced by the Black Pride Movement in the United States, independence movements in Africa, and reggae music that denounced racism and oppression. The groups inspired a renewed pride in African heritage.[21]

Today, Bahia's carnival consists mostly of Trios Eletricos, but there are still Blocos Afros and Afoxes. Every year, about half a million tourists are attracted to Salvador. It is also possible to watch everything from the Camarotes (ringside seats) spread out along the way, offering more comfort to the visitors.

Pernambuco[edit]

The northeast state of Pernambuco has unique Carnivals in its present capital Recife and in its colonial capital Olinda. Their main rhythms are the frevo and the maracatu. Galo da Madrugada is the biggest carnival parade in the world, considering the number of participants, according The Guinness Book of World Records. It means "dawn's rooster" and parades, as the name suggests, in the morning only. Frevo is Pernambucan-style dance with African and acrobatic influences, as it is fast and electrifying, often using an open umbrella and frequent legs and arms movements.

Unlike Salvador and Rio, the festivities in Recife, Olinda and Itamaraca do not include group competitions. Instead, groups dance and play instruments side by side. Trocas and maracatus, mostly of African influence, begin one week before Carnival and end a week later.

Sao Paulo[edit]

The carnival in Sao Paulo takes place in the Anhembi Sambadrome on the Friday and Saturday night of the week of Carnival, as opposed to Rio's Carnival, which is held on Sunday and Monday night.

Various "samba schools" compete in a huge parade. Each school presents a different theme, which they expose through their costumes, dance, music, and the allegorical cars or "carros alegoricos", huge vehicles decorated according to the theme designed specifically for the parade. The schools are responsible for choosing their own themes, which usually revolve around historical happenings or some sort of cultural or political movement.

Vai-Vai is the oldest school and has been the Special Group champion most times (15 total, including the 2015 championship). It also is the most popular, for it has a larger fan base and many supporters among the people of the city.

Sao Paulo has usurped Rio de Janeiro as the Brazilian city with the largest and most diverse Carnival in Brazil.[22] It is also the most LGBTQ+ friendly Carnival in Brazil.[23] In 2017, the Sexual Diversity Museum of Sao Paulo formed its own Carnival group to provide the message of inclusion, peace, and respect for all LGBT people.[23] In 2020, Sao Paulo Carnival has featured Camilla Prins, the first transgender woman to lead a samba school in any Carnival event in Brazil.[24]

Espirito Santo[edit]

The Carnival in Vitoria are performed one week before Carnival, more precisely in Sambao do Povo. The schools are responsible for choosing their own themes, which usually revolve around historical happenings or some sort of cultural or political movement.

More than the traditional school parade, the carnival in Espirito Santos includes a large set of attractions, especially in the beach areas of the state, from north to south.

Minas Gerais[edit]

Carnival in Minas Gerais is often characterized by blocos carnavalescos with varying themes and costume styles, typically accompanied by a brass and drums band. The carnival has been heavily influenced by the Rio de Janeiro Carnival, and several cities hold parades with samba schools. More recently, Axe groups from Bahia come to play in the state. The most traditional carnival parades happen in the historic cities of Ouro Preto, Mariana, Sao Joao del Rei, and Diamantina. Since the 2010s, the carnival in the state capital Belo Horizonte has increased heavily in popularity, Other cities in the state, such as Juiz de Fora, Abaete, Pompeu, and Tres Pontas, also have popular parades.

Ouro Preto is popular among college students. The city has a large proportion of students, who during the year live in places called Republicas (a Brazilian equivalent to a frat house). During carnival, the Republicas turn to affordable accommodation for both residents and visitors coming from all over the country. The city hills, narrow streets, and stone pavement prevent traffic of heavy sound trucks.[25] Ze Pereira dos Lacaios, the oldest carnival block in Brazil with more than 150 years, parade in the city.

The first carnival party in Belo Horizonte happened in 1897, even before the inauguration of the city.[citation needed] Still, for decades the carnival in the city was not as popular as in historical cities. Only in the 2010s the situation has changed, and the carnival started gaining increasing popularity. In 2017, Belo Horizonte had the largest carnival in its history and the third-largest in Brazil. There were more than three million people on the streets, with about 500,00 tourists.[26] The Baianas Ozadas block hit a record audience of 500,000 people.

Juiz de Fora had one of the three largest carnivals in Brazil in the 1980s. But it has been steadily losing popularity. A deadlock between the league of local samba schools (LIESJUF) and the municipality's culture agency (Funalfa) [27] prevented parades in the city since 2016. As a temporary solution, the parades have been held at Intendente Magalhaes.[28]

Others[edit]

Some Southern cities such as Uruguaiana, Florianopolis, and Porto Alegre have smaller samba school groups or blocos, but like Sao Paulo state towns, they seem to prefer balls to street dancing. Curitiba hosts modest carnival celebrations similar to those of other Brazilian cities and events such as Curitiba Rock Festival and a carnival Zombie Walk, all supported by Cultural Foundation of Curitiba which operates under supervision of government of Curitiba.[29][30][31][32]

Sambodromo[edit]

The Carnival parades in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo take place in their sambodromos, located close to the city center. In the Rio Sambodromo, the parades start at 20:00 or 21:00 (depending on the date) and end around 5:00 in the morning.[33] The Rio de Janeiro Metro operates 24 hours during the main parade days.[33]

Music[edit] Samba[edit]

Originated in Rio de Janeiro between the end of the 19th century and the first years of the 20th century, the samba is still one of the most popular music styles of Brazil. From intimate samba-cancoes (samba songs) sung in bars to explosive drum parades performed during carnival, samba always evokes a warm and vibrant mood. In the 1930s, a group of musicians led by Ismael Silva founded in the neighborhood of Estacio de Sa the first samba school, Deixa Falar. They transformed the musical genre to make it fit better the carnival parade. In this decade, the radio spread the genre's popularity all around the country, and with the support of the nationalist dictatorship of Getulio Vargas, samba became Brazil's "official music."

In the following years, samba has developed in several directions, from the gentle samba-cancao to the drum orchestras which make the soundtrack of carnival parade. One of these new styles was bossa nova, a musical movement initially spearheaded by young musicians and college students from Rio de Janeiro. It got increasingly popular over time, with the works of Joao Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim. In the sixties, Brazil was politically divided, and the leftist musicians of bossa nova started to draw attention to the music made in the favelas. Many popular artists were discovered at this time. Names like Cartola, Nelson Cavaquinho, Velha Guarda da Portela, Ze Keti, and Clementina de Jesus recorded their first albums. In the seventies, the samba got back to radio. Composers and singers like Martinho da Vila, Clara Nunes, and Beth Carvalho dominated the hit parade.

In the beginning of the eighties, after having been sent to the underground due to styles like disco and Brazilian rock, Samba reappeared in the media with a musical movement created in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro. It was the pagode, a renewed samba, with new instruments, like the banjo and the tantan, and a new language, more popular, filled with slang. The most popular names were Zeca Pagodinho, Almir Guineto, Grupo Fundo de Quintal, Jorge Aragao, and Jovelina Perola Negra. Various samba schools have been founded throughout Brazil. A samba school combines the dancing and party fun of a night club with the gathering place of a social club and the community feeling of a volunteer group. During the spectacular Rio Carnival, famous samba schools parade in the Sambodromo.[34]

Frevo[edit]

Frevo is a wide range of musical styles originating from Recife and Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil, all of which are traditionally associated with Brazilian Carnival. The word frevo is said to come from frever, a misspeaking of the Portuguese word ferver (to boil). It is said that the sound of the frevo will make listeners and dancers to feel as they are boiling on the ground. The word frevo is normally used interchangeably either to mean the frevo music or the frevo dance.

The frevo music came first. By the end of the 19th century, bands from the Brazilian Army regiments based in the city of Recife started a tradition of parading during the Carnival. Since the Carnival is originally linked to religion, they played religious procession marches and martial music, as well. A couple of regiments had famous bands that attracted many followers and it was just a matter of time to people start to compare one to another and cheer for their favorite bands. The two most famous bands were the Espanha (meaning Spain), whose conductor was of Spanish origin, and the 14, from the 14th regiment. The bands started to compete with each other and also started playing faster and faster, louder and louder.

Axe[edit]

Axe is not exactly about a style or musical movement, but rather about a useful brand name given to artists from Salvador who made music upon northeastern Brazilian, Caribbean, and African rhythms with a pop-rock twist, which helped them take over the Brazilian hit parades since 1992. Axe is a ritual greeting used in Candomble and Umbanda religions, and means "good vibration." The word music was attached to Axe, used as slang within the local music biz, by a journalist who intended to create a derogatory term for the pretentious dance-driven style.

As singer Daniela Mercury began her rise to stardom in Rio and Sao Paulo, anything coming from Salvador would be labeled Axe Music. Soon, the artists became oblivious to the derogatory origins of the term and started taking advantage of it. With the media pushing it forward, the soundtrack of Carnival in Salvador quickly spread over the country (through off-season Carnival shindigs), strengthening its industrial potentials and producing year-round hits along the 90s.

Tested within the height of Carnival heat, Axe songs have been commercially successful in Brazil throughout the past decade. The year 1998 was particularly fortunate for the artists from Bahia: together, Daniela Mercury, Claudia Leitte, Ivete Sangalo, Asa de Aguia, Chiclete com Banana, Araketu, Cheiro de Amor, and E o Tchan sold over 3.4 million records.[36]

TV broadcasting[edit]

The Brazilian Carnival Parades were first broadcast in the late 1960s on television on Rede Globo, which brought the Rio celebrations live, bringing the celebrations to more people all over the nation. By the 1970s, color broadcasting and satellite transmissions made the broadcasts to be beamed to other parts of the nation in real-time, by then featuring the top schools under, since 1984 the Liga Independente das Escolas de Samba do Rio de Janeiro - also known as the Special Group (since 1990), and formerly under the Associacao das Escolas de Samba da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro. The now-defunct Rede Manchete broadcast the event on several occasions and mounted a joint broadcast with Globo for the 1987 event.

Since 1991, Globo's broadcast of the parades, now dubbed Globeleza, at the Sambodrome in Rio and Sao Paulo have become the center of national and international attention. Until 2017, fans of the samba schools on parade also expected to watch a short preview of the performances of the schools involved to be broadcast during the duration of the event. By 2018 lyric video style adverts appeared in their place, complete with the colours of the competing schools in attendance, featuring the lyrics of the songs to be performed by the schools.

Globo acquired also the rights to air the parade of samba schools of Sao Paulo in 1990, and victory parades there were later aired in other local TV channels. Parades belonging to the Access Group (5th Division) and the B Series schools in Rio were also broadcast on several TV stations and are still the case today (in 2015 Rede Record and NGT aired the parades of the lower-level schools). Since 2014, Globo also has full rights to the A Series (Rio) and Paulista parades, which were co-shared with the Viva Channel before its closure in 2015 (which aired lower-level parades and the victory parades of the two cities' winning schools for the year) and regionally, RBS airs the Carnivals of Florianopolis and Porto Alegre, and since 2015, cable channel TVCOM display the gaucho parades in the south. The Rio parade can also be heard on radio and seen via online streaming as well (thru TVG Rio and from 2015 in G1, which offers an online live streaming of the victory parade).

The Carnivals of Recife and Salvador are shown by Band since the early 2000s, and Band also holds broadcast rights for the victory parade. Both fall under the Band Folia brand. This is also the case for SBT which also broadcasts the events under the SBT Folia banner and is also, since recently, seen via live streaming on YouTube. Since 2008, Globo also has its own broadcast team and crew for the broadcasts of the late night Galo da Madrugada in Recife.

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The Carnaval de Vejigantes, officially Carnaval de Vejigantes de La Playa de Ponce, is an annual celebration held at Barrio Playa in Ponce, Puerto Rico.The celebration, which commonly lasts three to five days, generally takes place in late January or early February. It started in 1991. It takes place at Parque Lucy Grillasca on PR-585 in Barrio Playa. The parade, one of the ….
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Annual celebration held in Ponce, Puerto Rico

The Carnaval de Vejigantes, officially Carnaval de Vejigantes de La Playa de Ponce,[7] is an annual celebration held at Barrio Playa in Ponce, Puerto Rico. The celebration, which commonly lasts three to five days,[8] generally takes place in late January or early February.[9] It started in 1991.[10] It takes place at Parque Lucy Grillasca on PR-585 in Barrio Playa.[11] The parade, one of the highlights of the carnival, usually takes off from Cancha Salvador Dijols on Avenida Hostos (PR-123) and ends at Parque Lucy Grillasca (PR-585).[12] Attendance is estimated at over 15,000 people.[13] It is attended by people from all over Puerto Rico, and some attendees are from as far as the United States.[14] It is organized and operated by a community, civic, NGO group, not by any government or government agency.[15]

This carnival is different from many other carnivals in that attendees are not mere spectators, but people who are encouraged to take part in the carnival. The public is actually encouraged to come with their panderos, vejigante masks, guiros and maracas and participate ad hoc.[16] The carnival has been called the "antesala" (gateway) to lent and to the Ponce Carnival: "This carnaval is not a fiesta patronal nor a festival. It's a town party and its essence lies in a public that participates."[17] It aims to strengthen family bonds, create long-lasting memories, share together as a community, and keep local traditions alive.[18]

The Carnival brings together some 1,200 artists, including some 10 music bands, groups of vejigantes with over 40 people each, over 100 masked vejigantes, choreographed dancers, plus the thousands of locals who join in. This carnival has been described as a "townspeople feast of controlled chaos."[19] Besides music, dance and food, the carnivals also features amusement rides, artisans, cheerleaders, jugglers, and arts and crafts, among other attractions.[20] There are also workshops for children on how to make vejigante masks.[21][22]

History[edit]

It was started by a 13-year-old[23] boy named Ricardo Santiago Roman,[24] who later became a municipal employee.[25] The first parade started off from the Alfredo Agyayo High School on Avenida Hostos and marched down the street where the Candita y Matias Store was located (Calle Colon, now named Calle Jose Antonio Salaman). It would end in front of their store.[26] Some people believe that the origins of the Carnaval de Vejigantes and the first masked vejigante dance in Ponce took place in Barrio Playa sometime before the 1858 date usually attributed to the start of the Ponce Carnival.[27]

Planning and security[edit]

Several activities take place in the days leading to the carnival date. These include a press conference, an informal vejigante run through the streets of Barrio Playa to promote the motto of that year's carnival, and a mini carnival at the casino of the Ponce Hilton Hotel, oriented to the elderly.[28] Both pre-carnival and carnival events are well staffed by security and law enforcement personnel and, by its 28th edition (2018), no security incidents had occurred.[29]

Costumes and masks[edit]

The main feature of the carnival is the display of vejigante customs, and mostly focused on their masks. Traditionally the masks have been hand-made by skilled artisans from Barrio Playa. Vejigantes carry blown cow bladders with which they make sounds and chase after the carnival spectators throughout the processions.

The traditional vejigante masks of the Ponce Playa Carnival are made of paper mache and are characterized by the presence of multiple horns. The mask was developed by Ponce artisans in the early part of the 20th century. They are made from newsprint paper mixed with homemade glue and paint. Sophisticated Ponce carnival masks are sought after by mask collectors and masks from Ponce have become a symbol of Puerto Rico at large.[30] The Carnaval de Vejigantes ends with the Burial of the Sardine. People of all ages, from children to those in their 70s wear the vejigante customs to participate.[31]

List of events[edit]

The Carnaval usually starts on a Wednesday and the events are typically as follows.[32]

Grand Marshal[edit]

The Grand Marshal of the 2018 edition was the actress and singer Carmen Nydia Velazquez,[33] who was herself born in Barrio Playa.

Carnaval queens and child queens[edit]

The 2010 carnival queen was Paola Nicole Medina Gaston.[34] Karelys Michelle Medina was the child queen in 2013, and Alanis Zoe Benito Martinez was in 2014. The 2013 carnival queen was Yamilette Torres Pena, and the one for 2014 was Daisy Correa Dides.[35] In 2016, Helga Camacho was selected carnival queen and Paulette Marie Rodriguez was the queen for 2016.[36] The 2017 carnival queen was Eva Marie.[37] The 2018 Carnival queen was 17-year-old Shelimar Rodriguez Limardo; the 2019 was 48-year-old Jackeline Acabeo Lopez, a nurse.[38] The 2019 queen was Shalimar Rodriguez Limardo.[39]

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Definição de carnavalesca no Dicionário Português Online. Significado de carnavalesca tradução carnavalesca. Traduções de carnavalesca. O que é casa carnavalesca sinônimos. Informações sobre carnavalesca no dicionário e enciclopédia gratuitos em inglês. adjectivo relativo ao carnaval desfile carnavalesco nome pessoa que brinca o carnaval, folião um grupo de …Definicao de carnavalesca no Dicionario Portugues Online. Significado de carnavalesca traducao carnavalesca. Traducoes de carnavalesca. O que e casa carnavalesca sinonimos. Informacoes sobre carnavalesca no dicionario e enciclopedia gratuitos em ingles. adjectivo relativo ao carnaval desfile carnavalesco nome pessoa que brinca o carnaval, foliao um grupo de carnavalescos Kernerman English Multilingual....
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Asociason Carnavalesca de MA – Just another WordPress site

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carnavalesco - Definición - WordReference.com

carnavalesco, ca. adj. Del carnaval o relativo a él: disfraz carnavalesco. Preguntas en los foros con la (s) palabra (s) 'carnavalesco' en el título: Ningún título tiene la (s) palabra (s) 'carnavalesco'. Visita el foro Sólo Español. Ayuda a WordReference: Pregunta tú mismo.carnavalesco - Significados en espanol y discusiones con el uso de 'carnavalesco'..
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43 Marchinhas de Carnaval - Banda Carnavalesca …

Jan 08, 2012 · Find album reviews, songs, credits and award information for 43 Marchinhas de Carnaval by Banda Carnavalesca Brasileira on AllMusic - 2012Find album reviews, songs, credits and award information for 43 Marchinhas de Carnaval by Banda Carnavalesca Brasileira on AllMusic - 2012.
Keyword: International, Fanfarra/Sassaricando/Mamãe eu quero/Pirata da perna de pau, Índio quer apito/Ajoelhou/Touradas em Madrid, A mulata é a tal/Mulata yê yê yê/O teu cabelo não nega, Vai ver que é/Menino gay/Cabeleira do Zezé, Aurora/Chiquita bacana/Maria escandalosa
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Máscara Carnavalesca. - YouTube

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Union Carnavalesca

New York. N.Y.- Ya La Union Carnavalesca de N.Y. comenzo sus preparativos para el proximo verano 2013. Para esta nueva edicion 2013 la union carnavalesca estara impartiendo, talleres de mascaras de carnaval, talleres de danza y bailes alegoricos al …Esta pagina esta dedicada a todos los amantes del Carnaval Dominicano, Sin importar su pueblo. Aqui se podra apreciar fotos e historias de nuestros desfiles Dominicanos en New York y Estados cercanos, que nos apoyan no tan solo por ser Dominicanos si no mas por ser Carnavaleros..
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carnavalesc - definiție și paradigmă | dexonline

Dicționar dexonline. Definiții, conjugări, declinări, paradigme pentru carnavalesc din dicționarele: DEX '09, DEX '98, MDA2, DLRLC, DLRM, DN, MDN '00, NODEX ...Dictionar dexonline. Definitii, conjugari, declinari, paradigme pentru carnavalesc din dictionarele: DEX '09, DEX '98, MDA2, DLRLC, DLRM, DN, MDN '00, NODEX, DOOM 2, Ortografic.
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Asociacion Carnavalesca de Massachusetts - Home | Facebook

Asociacion Carnavalesca de Massachusetts, Lawrence, Massachusetts. 1,788 likes · 11 talking about this. We bring to you the colorful tradition of Dominican culture, through carnival and ….
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Keepers of tradition: Art and folk Heritage in ...

The Asociación Carnavalesca de Massachusetts brings a bit of Dominican Carnival to the United States. The group is led by Stelyn Mirabal of Lawrence, Massachusetts. Twelve years ago, he saw the need to preserve Dominican folkloric traditions in Lawrence, where there was (and is) a sizable Dominican population..
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Carnavalesca - Frank French | Songs, Reviews, Credits ...

Jul 14, 2004 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Carnavalesca - Frank French on AllMusic - 2004Find album reviews, songs, credits and award information for Carnavalesca by Frank French on AllMusic - 2004.
Keyword: Jazz, Carnaval Samba, Ricardo's Rumba, Plainsong, Sentimento Brasileiro, Afro Baroque
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‎Carnavalesca by Frank French &The Phantom Band on Apple Music

Jul 14, 2004 · Listen to Carnavalesca by Frank French &The Phantom Band on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Carnaval Samba", "Ricardo's Rumba" and more.Listen to Carnavalesca by Frank French &The Phantom Band on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Carnaval Samba", "Ricardo's Rumba" and more..
Keyword: listen, Carnavalesca, Frank French &The Phantom Band, music, singles, songs, Latin Jazz, streaming music, apple music
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El calife - UNION CARNAVALESCA DE NEW YORK

Mapa Carnavalesca de Rep. Dom. Comentarios y Contactos Que es un Calife? Para el carnaval Dominicano un calife es un personaje vestido con saco negro de cola de pinguino y pantalones negros, o como se le debe llamar a este tipo de vestimente (un traje de Frac) con un impresionante y alto gorro mas exajerado que los sombreros de la clase alta ...    Para el carnaval Dominicano un calife es un personaje vestido con saco negro de cola de pinguino y pantalones negros, o como se le debe llamar a este tipo de vestimente (un traje de Frac) con....
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PAYASOS SACRADOS Y TONTOS SANTOS: RISA CARNAVALESCA

Esta lengua carnavalesca fue empleada por Rabelais, también, en manera y proporción diversas, por Erasmo, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Guevara y Quevedo; y también por la "literatura de los bufones alemanes" (Narrenliteratur), Hans Sachs, Fischart, Grimmelshausen y otros.Concepcion de la risa en la Antiguedad y en la Edad Media. La cultura de la risa popular festiva y el espiritu carnavalesco frente a la seri....
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Troça Carnavalesca Segurucu - Home | Facebook

Troça Carnavalesca Segurucu. February 20, 2020 ·. TERCEIRO LOTE, COMEÇOU MAS JÁ TÁ ACABANDO! *OPEN BAR DE 10H ÀS 14H*. *ATRAÇÕES @bandabatuketu , REGRA DE 3 E DJ EDU REIS*. *DESFILE NAS LADEIRAS DE 14H ÀS 17H*. @orquestramaestrocarlos_oficial..
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Carnavalesca Pty Ltd - ABN, ACN, Business names, Former names

Sep 12, 2021 · Carnavalesca Pty Ltd is a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. This corporation was registered on 1990-02-01 and was issued with the 003931708 ACN. Its Australian Business Number is 50003931708. Since 2021-07-10, …Detailed company information about Carnavalesca Pty Ltd. ABN, ACN, ABR, former names, business names, trading names and other information - all in one place.
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Carnavalesca Horse Pedigree

CARNAVALESCA (FR) gr. M, 1986 {3-c} DP = 4-0-12-0-2 (18) DI = 1.25 CD = 0.22 - 6 Starts, 1 Wins, 0 Places, 1 Shows Career Earnings: £19,894 Owner : Haras Santa Rita …Thoroughbred pedigree for Carnavalesca, progeny, and female family reports from the Thoroughbred Horse Pedigree Query..
Keyword: carnavalesca, carnavalesca racehorse, carnavalesca horse, carnavalesca thoroughbred, carnavalesca pedigree
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Rufino Tamayo - Carnavalesca from the Mujeres portfolio ...

Artist: Rafino Tamayo (1899-1991) Title: Carnavalesca from the Mujeres portfolio (Pereda 114) Year: 1969 Medium: Color lithograph on Rives BFK paper Edition: 150, plus proofs Size: 27 x 31 inches Condition: Excellent Inscription: Signed, dated, and numbered by the artist Notes: Published by Touchstone Publishers, New York RUFINO TAMAYO (1899 - 1991) Mexican artist …For Sale on 1stDibs - Carnavalesca from the Mujeres portfolio (Pereda 114), Rufino Tamayo, Lithograph by Rufino Tamayo. Offered by Art Commerce..
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Discover Sociedade Carnavalesca Esmeralda 's popular ...

Discover short videos related to Sociedade Carnavalesca Esmeralda on TikTok. Watch popular content from the following creators: Sofia Marrufo(@sofiamarrufo9), d a n s o u AMV(@dansou_amv), Darlene Martinez(@darlenemartinezv), lizbaila(@lizbaila), sociedadecustre(@sociedad_ecuestre) . Explore the latest videos from hashtags: …Discover short videos related to Sociedade Carnavalesca Esmeralda on TikTok. Watch popular content from the following creators: Selenia Mahomix Loor Mora(@selenialoormora), Veronikita(@joryver6), River Quinonez(@riverinho73), Alex Espinoza Bsc(@alexespinozabsc), juansantana67101(@juansantana67101) . Explore the latest videos from hashtags: #nacaradasociedade ..
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ASSOCIACAO CARNAVALESCA BLOCO AFRO GINGA DO NEGRO …

doing business as: associacao carnavalesca bloco afro ginga do negro Company Description: ASSOCIACAO CARNAVALESCA BLOCO AFRO GINGA DO NEGRO is located in SALVADOR, BAHIA, Brazil and is part of the Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers Industry..
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Carnavalesca - song by Guy Lupar & His Orchestra | Spotify

Jan 01, 2000 · Listen to Carnavalesca on Spotify. Guy Lupar & His Orchestra · Song · 2000..
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5. Sardina carnavalesca. Cómo se hace

2.8.3. Roberto prepara en las andas el acople con la sardina. Por el hueco que ha abierto, se introduce una barra metálica que atraviesa el tubo alojado en la sar- dina. 39. 2.8.4. Jesús y Cristo sujetan, con cinta adhesiva ancha, trozos de espuma en tres puntos de las andas, para hacer más cómodo el trasporte de la sardina. 40. 3 ...Fases seguidas en la construccion de una sardina carnavalesca. Experiencia realizada con alumnos del segundo ciclo de Ensenanza Secundaria Obligatoria, en el c….
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ProgramaçãO Carnavalesca

programação carnavalesca 1. programaÇÃo do carnaval do cabo de santo agostinho clube da destilaria - baile municipal 05/02 - banda raÍzes - recife-pe pÁtio do centro cultural mestre diÉ - ponte dos carvalhos- pÓlo carnavalesco 13/02 - banda espelho da paixÃo - 21h / banda palpite- 23h 14/02 - banda beleza e cia - 21h / banda frequÊncia elÉtrica - 23h 15/02 - banda aconchego …PROGRAMACAO DO CARNAVAL DO CABO DE SANTO AGOSTINHO CLUBE DA DESTILARIA - BAILE MUNICIPAL 05/02 - BANDA RAIZES - RECIFE-P….
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Banda Carnavalesca Brasileira on Spotify

Banda Carnavalesca Brasileira, Category: Artist, Albums: 43 Marchinhas de Carnaval, Top Tracks: Pot-Pourri: Abre Alas / Piada de Salão / Allah-La-O, Pot-Pourri: Fanfarra / Sassaricando / Mamãe Eu Quero / Pirata da Perna de Pau, Pot-Pourri: Aurora / Chiquita Bacana / Maria Escandalosa, Pot-Pourri: Índio Quer Apito / Ajoelhou / Touradas em Madrid, Pot-Pourri: Saca-Rolha / Tomara Que ….
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Unión Carnavalesca SC - Home | Facebook

Unión Carnavalesca SC. 511 likes · 2 talking about this. UCASANCRIS --Unidos al bienestar y desarrollo cultural de nuestra provincia de San Cristóbal. #NuestroPueblo #NuestraGente.
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Carnaval Dominicano Revelacion Carnavalesca | Carnaval ...

This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to help show content that is more relevant to your interests. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies by Flickr and our partners as described in our cookie policy.Carnaval Dominicano.
Keyword: carnaval, carnavaldominicano, carnavalesca, carnavalpuntacana, caretas, carnavalhistoria, cojuelos, comparsas
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