Pete Bax
BRAZILIAN VUVUZELA THEME
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 550423   Duration: 1:32   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 179   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Sports Music | Sports Themes | Soccer FIFA World Cup
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Vuvuzelas, the deafening plastic trumpets, which have attracted complaints at the World Cup in South Africa have been banned from the next World Cup in Brazil. I have written a theme which will mix with Brazilian music. This the way Brazilians can turn them into musical instruments. Educate people   Keywords: adapted amicable balanced compatible concordant congenial dulcet euphonious harmonic melodic melodious mix, musical peaceful rhythmical tuneful soccer worldcup



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Keywords: The world association football governing body, FIFA, proposed to ban vuvuzelas from stadiums, as they were seen as potential weapons for hooligans and could be used in ambush marketing. Columnist Jon Qwelane described the device as "an instrument from hell". South African football authorities argued that the vuvuzela was part of the South African football experience. The Spanish midfielder Xabi Alonso said, "Those trumpets? That noise I don't like ... FIFA must ban those things ... it is not nice to have a noise like that". Commentator Farayi Mungazi said, "Banning the vuvuzela would take away the distinctiveness of a South African World Cup ... absolutely essential for an authentic South African footballing experience". ] Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk remarked, "... it was annoying ... in the stadiums you get used to it but it is still unpleasant". [ FIFA President Sepp Blatter responded, "we should not try to Europeanise. Why ban Educate.
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