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Unformatted text preview: Though this is considered to be a Brazilian piece , I can 't help but notice the fusion of several jazz elements and structure within the song . The song follows the ``AABA ' structure , a typical jazz pattern , on which A is the principal melody played by all and B is the portion where soloists come in . Soloing is usually heard in many Afro-Cuban songs , but not the way it is done in this piece . In my standards , this piece is definitely a fusion between Brazilian grooves and jazz styles . The idea here is mainly divided into two , aptly termed A and B . The first one is intended to be a primer on the piece , played roughly from the beginning up to around the 1 :20 mark . This. .. Third part...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2011 for the course MUSIC 1541 taught by Professor Goodman during the Spring '09 term at Santa Monica.
- Spring '09