Jambú E Os Míticos Sons Da Amazônia
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The city of Belém, in the Northern state of Pará in Brazil, has long been a hotbed of culture and musical innovation. Historically marginalized African religions like Umbanda, Candomblé and the Tambor de Mina, which had reached this side of the Atlantic through slaves from West Africa – especially from the Kingdom of Dahomey (currently the Republic of Benin) left an indelible stamp on the identity of Pará’s music.
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