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Tumi Album Cafe Cantante - 10pm
Tendencia
Pagode da Tia Coca
D. Yvonne Lara and Jorge Aragao

A pagoda, a type of music that is sang by many people at the same time, really letting the party spirit flow.

Pagode is the basis of samba, the national rhythm of Brazil. It is performed by big bands (samba schools) during carnival time and is guaranteed to get everybody in the dance floor for hours!

Tumi Album Latin Quarter VI: Brazil: Samba, Bossa, Bossa Nova, Forró, Fusion & BPM
Ladeira de Mangueira
Renascença Samba Clube
Wandinho

A slow to fast samba. This track is a homage to Rio de Janeiro's legendary "Mangueira" Carnival Samba school played live in a Pagode format (Samba sung in a public hall with large numbers of public participants sitting at tables and drinking beer and eating) by many of Rio's well-known Samba musicians.

Tumi Album Latin Quarter VI: Brazil: Samba, Bossa, Bossa Nova, Forró, Fusion & BPM
Dia de Samba
Turma do Pagode
Caramelo, Leandro Filé and Marcelinho TDP

A meduim tempo. Pagode is a form of group-participation samba popular in Brazil The melodies follow the same familiar formats from many songs made popular by the country's many samba schools during Carnival each year, but in the Pagode format, the songs are sung with a large chorus sitting in a large community hall eating dinner and drinking beers together.

Tumi Album Brazil 2016: Samba,  Brazilian Percussion, Pagode
Quando me Quiser
Turma do Pagode
Caramelo, Leandro Filé and Marcelinho TDP

Pagode is a form of group-participation samba popular in Brazil The melodies follow the same familiar formats from many songs made popular by the country's many samba schools during Carnival each year, but in the Pagode format, the songs are sung with a large chorus sitting in a large community hall eating dinner and drinking beers together.

Tumi Album Brazil 2016: Samba,  Brazilian Percussion, Pagode
Vi Acontecer
Turma do Pagode
André Pinheiro

Pagode is a form of group-participation samba popular in Brazil The melodies follow the same familiar formats from many songs made popular by the country's many samba schools during Carnival each year, but in the Pagode format, the songs are sung with a large chorus sitting in a large community hall eating dinner and drinking beers together.

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