Afro Brazilian Music

Summary: This article searchs to develop a reflection on the social reality of the slaves and its participation in the process that unchained music afro-Brazilian in the social context of sc. XVI? XIX, so that these knowledge are incorporated in Ensino de Histria. Through its contribution for the historiogrfico set, the historical and cultural research, intends to intervine in the process of education and learning, reflecting on the systems of repression constructed by the dominant colonial politics. By means of the analysis proposal, we will be able to prove the diversity of the conflicts in the escravista society, from an express multifaceted reality in this originated musical sort in Brazil, in the period mentioned here.

One defends here that the studies on the cultural alteridade of the African matrix in the history education become marcantes elements of representation of the imaginary one of the slaves in the desire to evoke its customs and traditions, beyond displaying the diversity cultural afro-Brazilian. Word-Key: Escravocrata culture? Education? History of music. Abstract: This article seeks you develop reflection on the social reality of the slaves and to their participation in the process launched the social African-Brazilian music in the context of the century. XVI – XIX, that only this knowledge is incorporated into the Teaching of History. Through its contribution you the whole historiography, cultural historical research and attempt you intervene in the process of teaching and learning, reflecting on the prosecution systems built by the dominant colonial policy. Through this analysis, we demonstrate the diversity of conflicts in the slave society, from multifaceted reality expressed in that music genre that originated in Brazil during the period mentioned. Cultural It is argued that studies of the otherness of African origin in the teaching of history become the most salient elements of the imaginary representation of slaves in the need you raise to their customs and traditions, and exposed you cultural diversity African-Brazilian.



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