|A1||Está Chegando A Hora / Zé Pereira / Sassaricando||1:53|
|A2||Roubaram A Mulher Do Rui / Me Dá Um Dinheiro Aí / Allah-La-Ô / Mamãe, Eu Quero / Bigorrilho||3:20|
|A3||Vou Festejar / Coisinha Do Pai / Allah-La-Ô / Barril De Chopp||3:40|
|A4||Quem Sabe, Sabe / Daqui Não Saio / Cabeleira Do Zezé / Vai Ver Que É||3:03|
|A5||Ninguém Tasca (O Gavião) / Mexe, Mexe / Hino Do Carnaval / Está Chegando A Hora||5:10|
|A6||Oh! Minas Gerais / Valsa Da Despedida||1:21|
|B1||Máscara Negra / Trem Das Onze / Maracangalha||4:15|
|B2||O Orvalho Vem Caindo / História...Do Brasil / Linda Loirinha / Eva Querida||4:36|
|B3||Grau Dez / Implorar / Cidade Maravilhosa / Pierrot Apaixonado||3:13|
|B4||Marchinha Do Grande Galo / Mamãe, Eu Quero / Cachaça||2:19|
|B5||Se Eu Errei / Piada De Salão /Ressaca / Saca-Rolha||2:59|
|B6||Recordar / Império Do Samba / Vai Que Depois Eu Vou||2:18|
|B7||Tem Nego Bebo Aí / Maria Escandalosa||1:42|
|826 871-2||Banda Do Carnaval||Live From Rio (CD, Album)||Philips||826 871-2||Germany||1986|
Carioca guide to Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro.
The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese: Carnaval do Rio de Janeiro) is a festival held every year before Lent and considered the biggest carnival in the world with two million people per day on the streets. The first Carnival festival in Rio occurred in 1723. The typical Rio carnival parade is filled with revelers, floats and adornments from numerous samba schools which are located in Rio (more than 200 approximately, divided into five leagues/divisions)
Rio 2019 Carnaval Party Planner includes everything worth doing and seeing during the season. Street festivities including bandas and blocos, the Carnaval Samba Parade at the Sambadrome, Carnaval Balls, off-Carnaval parties. Based on more than two decades of professional experience in inbound travel - and a lifetime as a Carnaval enthusiast. The author has already contributed to major professional guides to Rio, including Lonely Planet, Fodor's, Spartacus, and E!Entertainment . Rio Carnaval Planner.
Experience the Rio de Janeiro Carnival (Carnaval) ! It's a nonstop party which you will never forget. The Rio de Janeiro Carnival (Carnaval) lives up to its billing as the biggest annual party in the world, and certainly has no equal. In the 2 weeks leading up to the start of Lent, Carnaval festivals happen all over the world and in all cities of Brazil. The Rio ed Janeiro Carnival is one of things that you need to experience at least once in your lifetime. Some blocos are quite large (Banda Ipanema draws over 40,000 people) and others are localized to specific areas within a neighborhood. Othes have crazy names, such as "Galinha do Meio-Dia" (Mid Day Chicken). The blocos carry a large banner (estandarte) and move through the streets while playing traditional marching songs (marchinhas).
Rio de Janeiro, 10 de Fevereiro de 2012. Desfile da Banda do Bola Preta na Avenida Rio Branco- Foto: Fernando Maia/Riotur. Taken on February 10, 2012.
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. The Carnival in Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese: Carnaval) is a festival held before Lent every year and considered the biggest carnival in the world with two million people per day on the streets The typical Rio carnival parade is filled with revelers, floats, and adornments from numerous samba schools which are located in Rio (more than 200 approximately, divided into 5 leagues/ divisions).
Live music with a Carnival band taking turns with a DJ from Rio, making it one of the most eclectic dances in the city in terms of musical variety. Tuesday, February 25th. SOUTH SIDE Banda de Ipanema District: IPANEMA Parading days: Saturday before Carnival and Carnival Saturday, 5 pm. Itinerary: General Osório square, Ipanema and Leblon. Bloco das Carmelitas Bairro: SANTA TERESA Desfile: Sexta de carnaval 18:00 e terça de carnaval 17:00 Concentração: Na esquina da Dias de Barros e Ladeira de Santa Teresa Percurso: Dias de Barros, Almte. Alexandrino e Largo do Guimarães.
The Carnival of Brazil (Portuguese: Carnaval do Brasil, IPA: ) is an annual Brazilian festival held between the Friday afternoon before Ash Wednesday and Ash Wednesday at noon, which marks the beginning of Lent, the forty-day period before Easter. During Lent, Roman Catholics and some other Christians traditionally abstained from the consumption of meat and poultry, hence the term "carnival", from carnelevare, "to remove (literally, "raise") meat.