Bay Batucada Parading

—FRED SAMBA—

Caixa Pattern

Imperio Serrano at 6.57 below

Bell Pattern

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Breaks

TELESCOPE

Tams vs rest of band

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T-BREAK

Signalled with a T shape – stick horizontal over hand

Repenique part at 0.37

Bells come in at 0.15

At 0.44 leaders play repenique into  re-entry

CAIXA 4 T-Break

FUNK BREAK

(we may do this)

Surdo 1 and 2 pattern on their right

Funk Break – Caixa . (Includes Leaders Rep Entry)

Surdos, Agogo and Caixa

 

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FINGERS BREAK

Turn around and everyone BOM BOM (on 1 and 2 beats as indicated by snare below). Continue and play the same BOM BOMs  as played by the snare. Then all play together from 0.23 on.

Leaders repeniques play a fill in the silent parts (snare vid below)

 

Fingers waving in the air

Caixa Part

Samba ends here

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Reggae Patterns (Notation at page end)

 

Samba Reggae 1
(Signal= fist in air with 1 finger pointing up beside it)

Caixa

Agogo

new reggae bell1

new reggae bell2

Repenique

X 0 0 X | 0 0 X 0 |0 0 X 0 | 0 X 0 0

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Samba Reggae 2  (SAMBANUI)
(Signal= fist in air with 2 fingers pointing up beside it)

For Parading the there is no call and response between Tams and Surdos.

Straight into the main groove

Repenique

Play as you would in the main groove

rep-groove-after-call-response-nui

 

Caixa

Just play the phase 2 – Phase 2 starts about 0.28

Agogo

The two patterns in a combined two bar pattern

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 SAMBA RAPIDO – 3
(Signal= fist in air with 3 fingers pointing up beside it)

Repenique

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Main Bell pattern

A second bell pattern

you would get counted in with a two finger signal and play for four bars only

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Caixa

 

End of SAMBA RAPIDO