terça-feira, 1 de março de 2011

Rio de Janeiro Carnival 2011

Samba Schools

In late 1920, Brazil sought to create an identity that differentiate it within the new world order established after the First World War. The carnival party and the new base rate of newly emerged black, samba, would become the basis for formulating a sense of Brazilianness. The appreciation of the samba and the blackness eventually increasing the interest of intellectuals in the new "samba groups" which appeared in the hills of Rio. These groups would be present "in the asphalt, "ie, away from the ghettos of the hills, called samba schools.

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