In Capoeira, music sets the rhythm, the style of play, and the energy of a game. Music in the context of capoeira is used to create a sacred space through both the physical act of forming a circle (the roda) and an aural space that is believed to connect to the spirit world. The main instruments of Capoeira are berimbaus, pandeiros, agogô, reco-reco, and an atabaque or conga. Capoeira songs may be improvised on the spot, or they may be popular songs written by older, and ancient mestres (teachers), and often include accounts of the history of capoeira, or the doings of great mestres.
One of a rhythms of Capoeira dance (like Samba de Roda), played by tradicional brazilian percussion instruments: Berimbau, Pandeiro, Caxexe', and Atabaque, with a male voice singing in an Africa slang; Medium speed, and very good for movie, documntary or jingle's music production. Instrumental, Brazilian, Capoeira
Very spacial song, played by a tipical brazilian percussion instrument called Berimbau, that is used also for the capoeira meeting; time is a medium fast, and it's very good for documentary, movies and jingle. Instrumental, Brazilian, Capoeira
Very special Capoeira song, played only by tradicional brazilian percussion instruments: berimbau, pandeiro, caxexe', claps, and atabaque. Very good for, movie, jingle, and documentary's music production. Instrumental, Brazilian, Capoeira