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BRAZIL-CULTURE/
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February 01, 2010
A reveller teaches his kid to play a "cavaquinho" during a national gathering of Folia de Reis (Revelry...
Brasilia, Brazil
To match Reuters Life! BRAZIL-CULTURE/
A reveller teaches his kid to play a "cavaquinho" during a national gathering of Folia de Reis (Revelry of Kings) bands in Brasilia January 29, 2010. Brazil's modern capital is often seen as sterile but a annual meeting of music groups celebrating the Bible's Wisemen over the weekend shows just how much soul lies behind the city's geometrical landscape. Picture taken on January 29, 2010. To match Reuters Life! BRAZIL-CULTURE/ REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: RELIGION)
LEISURE-BRAZIL/SAMBA
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April 23, 2007
A musician plays a percussion instrument at Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Musician plays a percussion instrument at Samba do Trabalhador in Rio de Janeiro
A musician plays a percussion instrument at Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca (Revival) club in Rio de Janeiro April 9, 2007. Thirteen musicians sacrifice their only weekly day of rest to jam every Monday from the afternoon into the night, reviving the traditional samba that Rio is famous for. Young and seasoned, white and black, the musicians - three guitar players, one mandolinist, two men playing "cavaquinho", or ukulele-like guitars, and the rest on percussion instruments - sit at a long table under a tree in the club's courtyard, playing, singing, laughing and sipping beer in between songs. Picture taken on April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
LEISURE-BRAZIL/SAMBA
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April 23, 2007
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador in Rio de Janeiro
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca (Revival) club in Rio de Janeiro April 9, 2007. Thirteen musicians sacrifice their only weekly day of rest to jam every Monday from the afternoon into the night, reviving the traditional samba that Rio is famous for. Young and seasoned, white and black, the musicians - three guitar players, one mandolinist, two men playing "cavaquinho", or ukulele-like guitars, and the rest on percussion instruments - sit at a long table under a tree in the club's courtyard, playing, singing, laughing and sipping beer in between songs. Picture taken on April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
LEISURE-BRAZIL/SAMBA
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April 23, 2007
Composers and singers attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Composers and singers attend the Samba do Trabalhador in Rio de Janeiro
Composers and singers attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca (Revival) club in Rio de Janeiro April 9, 2007. Thirteen musicians sacrifice their only weekly day of rest to jam every Monday from the afternoon into the night, reviving the traditional samba that Rio is famous for. Young and seasoned, white and black, the musicians - three guitar players, one mandolinist, two men playing "cavaquinho", or ukulele-like guitars, and the rest on percussion instruments - sit at a long table under a tree in the club's courtyard, playing, singing, laughing and sipping beer in between songs. Picture taken on April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
LEISURE-BRAZIL/SAMBA
RTR1OYRO
April 23, 2007
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador in Rio de Janeiro
Musicians attend the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca (Revival) club in Rio de Janeiro April 9, 2007. Thirteen musicians sacrifice their only weekly day of rest to jam every Monday from the afternoon into the night, reviving the traditional samba that Rio is famous for. Young and seasoned, white and black, the musicians - three guitar players, one mandolinist, two men playing "cavaquinho", or ukulele-like guitars, and the rest on percussion instruments - sit at a long table under a tree in the club's courtyard, playing, singing, laughing and sipping beer in between songs. Picture taken on April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
LEISURE-BRAZIL/SAMBA
RTR1OYRN
April 23, 2007
Composer and singer Moacyr Luz (R) plays his guitar during the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Composer and singer Luz plays his guitar during the Samba do Trabalhador in Rio de Janeiro
Composer and singer Moacyr Luz (R) plays his guitar during the Samba do Trabalhador or Working Man's Samba in reference to the workday at the Renascenca (Revival) club in Rio de Janeiro April 9, 2007. Thirteen musicians sacrifice their only weekly day of rest to jam every Monday from the afternoon into the night, reviving the traditional samba that Rio is famous for. Young and seasoned, white and black, the musicians - three guitar players, one mandolinist, two men playing "cavaquinho", or ukulele-like guitars, and the rest on percussion instruments - sit at a long table under a tree in the club's courtyard, playing, singing, laughing and sipping beer in between songs. Picture taken on April 9, 2007. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRVTTC
May 26, 2002
Brazilian midfielder Emerson plays a "Cavaquinho", an traditional
Brazilian instrument, during the squad's...
Pusan, Korea - Democratic peoples Republic of
BRAZILIAN MIDFIELDER EMERSON PLAYS A CAVAQUINHO DURING HIS FLIGHT TO
SOUTH KOREA.
Brazilian midfielder Emerson plays a "Cavaquinho", an traditional
Brazilian instrument, during the squad's flight to South Korea May 26,
2002. Brazil will face Turkey, China and Costa Rica in Group C of the
World Cup Finals starting May 31. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

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