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Than there're more than one tropocalismo's) <a href="http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropicália">http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropicália</a> I know what is bossa nova... though it's hard to confuse it with jazz, bossa nova is very distinct. I'm not a great fan of it, though i rather like it. I hear it here in the Russian TV-advertisments for World Cup and surprisingly there's no modern samba:) So thanks for the links!

June 27, 2014

oi, eu estou aprendiendo a falar portugues, eu escuto musica para desenvolver meu oido

eu gosto de dois gupos Natiruts y CHimarruts

tem musica muito bonita

June 26, 2014

Argentina only music that I know is tango and the group los Pericos.

June 26, 2014

Nowadays, It's rare people listen music in spanish language, but in the past was common romantic music and some pop music.

 

June 26, 2014

I don't speak portuguese, but I agree with you. Music helps a lot to learn languages and also some about the culture.

I like a bit the music from your country. In Argentina sometimes they can be listened at discos. Is it common to hear Spanish music in Brazil too?

By the way, one of my favourite songs is "Lambada" of Kaoma (nice group).

June 26, 2014
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Evandro
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English, Portuguese, Spanish
Learning Language
English, Spanish