Di Cavalcanti obras, pinturas de Di Cavalcanti Obras de Di Cavalcanti Veja também: Biografia e curiosidades sobre Di Cavalcanti 1. Samba, 1925: Di Cavalcanti pinta temas genuinamente brasileiros, o cotidiano da sociedade de sua época. Embora tenha residido em São Paulo por diversas vezes, era apaixonado pela vida boêmia do …
The Origin of samba music history in Brazil, which today can be seen in awe at the vibrant Brazilian carnivals, can be found in Angola, Africa, from where it was brought to Brazil with the slave trading in the interval 1600-1888.
Brazil is a very diverse country. Nearly 54 percent of the country is from European origins. Most are immigrants and their descendants are from Portugal, Italy, Spain, Germany and Eastern Europe. More than 44 percent are black or mulatto, and many are descendants from those brought over during the African slave trade period. Other ethnicities include the Amazon-area indigenous tribes, which make up less than 1 percent of the population, and Japanese, who live in the larger cities.
Rio de Janeiro Carnival. Woman (mulata) dancing for Grande Rio Samba School, at the Sambodrome Carnival parade.