A Latin track with lots of hand percussion, nice piano riffs, classic trumpet and drum solos. Sounds Brazilian (Brazil) and Mexican (Mexico) in places. Conveys the fun of the fiesta and heat of night, romantic and passionate. Medium tempo. Royalty free music suit all kinds of media especially advertising, documentaries, corporate and commercial film production.
Brazil is seen as the birth place of the Samba but the roots of the music show a remarkable combination of African, Native Indian, and Iberian influences. The movement and dance of the Samba shows the African and Native Indian influence whereas the intricate harmonies and harmonic instrumentation originate from Europe. Though seen as similar to Jazz, Samba's development was not really influenced greatly by Jazz and this can be seen in the highly percussive nature of Samba and whereas Jazz tends to focus more on instrumentation.
Today's Samba was developed from an twentieth century Brazilian music called Choro. Both Samba the music and the dance have many forms many different styles, from the call response of samba de enredo, Carnival Music to samba-canção or song samba which is a more relaxed using guitar and percussion. Bossa Nova (New Wave) of course, is a more relaxed form, for instance Antonio Carlos Jobim's "The Girl From Ipanema".
Composed by Peter Schreiber. Other music by this composer.
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