mestre acordeon and Cobra Mansa part 2 around 1990

Acordeon and cobrinha playing in a street roda



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24 replies on “mestre acordeon and Cobra Mansa part 2 around 1990

  • Mestre Val Boa Morte

    E ISSO AI MESTRE COBRA MANSA MEU IRMAO MEU AMIGO, VOCES DOIS SAO MEUS
    AMIGOS QUEM OS ADMIRO E RESPEITO MUITO ‘NA VIDA SE CAI SE LEVA RASTEIRA E
    QUEM NUNCA CAIU NAO E CAPOEIRA’ O JOGO FOI BONITO, UM DUELO DE DOIS GRANDES
    CAPOEIRISTAS… SEU IRMAO MESTRE VAL BOA MORTE

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  • SeekandSearch17

    I have the utmost respect for Bimba and I understand how important he is to
    the lineage, but it’s like peoples perception of african religion is always
    linked to voodooism, so if Bimba would have taught the religious aspects of
    capeoira, white christians in Brazil would still be against it. Either
    modify the art and take away from it’s true meaning, or modify nothing
    about it and limit Capoeira only to the African Brazilians who preserve
    it’s true form as a way of freedom not just excercise.

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  • kremecheez

    why do you think like that man?? Yea, maybe ego got involved a little
    (Acordeon being a student of Bimba and Cobra Mansa being an angoleiro might
    have to do with it), but their playing capoeira! at least their not killing
    each other,, get what i’m saying?If you love capoeira you wouldn’t
    critisize a mestre like that because all it does is reinforce negative
    connotations on a beautiful artform created by African slaves.

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  • BarraVentoCDOUK

    I agree with kremecheez: Osakwe and Charley (born in 1977?) should learn
    some respect… and maybe grow up. Love to see you and your rhythm beat
    Mestre Accordeon. Come on children. What did regionale ever do to offend
    you so deeply?/

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  • pekenhoca

    wrong man, in the video Moraes will star to play with braga and then he was
    take out by bira, it’s that sou SHOW… capoeira Angola, theater, mandinga,
    also you can see Mestre Bobo, doing some theter with moraes…

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  • Sozinho!!!

    what the fuck is that at second 00:30??? Lots of respects to the mestres,
    but thats something enyone have to do. If you play with anyone, even more
    if is of another organization, you must have respect and folow the capoeira
    rules. What he is doing (M Acordeon) is bull shit.

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  • Shandon Allen

    I have quite a few brothers in capoeira that are christians that are fully
    aware of the religious influences and practice it still. In Bahia, there is
    a different feeling than in the the states. I prefer the togetherness of
    Bahia. Division sucks.

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  • Ratinho Capoeira

    @IIGGMM14 lol and what are those capoeira rules? no hitting? by that time
    capoeira was considered more a fight than whatever u think it is right now,
    so the way those 2 mestres learned capoeira was as a fight, i dont see
    nothing wrong with what mestre acordeon or cobra mansa did on the game,
    both really good mestres mandingueiros

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  • Ratinho Capoeira

    @marquinho69emeio nao fala besteira nao vei, capoeira é capoeira, seja
    angola ou regional, quem bota a malicia e a malandragem no jogo é o
    capoeirista, e um só video nao mostra que cobra mansa joga melhor q mestre
    acordeon pelo simples motivo de que muitos mestres jogam juntos varias
    vezes e sempre e um jogo diferente

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  • Shandon Allen

    Do you know why Mestre Bimba even created or promoted the style? It was to
    keep our art alive amidst the ongoing influences of other styles coming to
    Brazil from other countries. If he had not made the move, the face of
    capoeira may not have ever been seen in the states let alone the whole
    world! He was a pioneer, and even though the method is not always
    appreciated, all capoeiras both angola and regional, should be grateful.

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  • SeekandSearch17

    Your right. Maybe I was a bit off for saying that, but it seems like Angola
    preserves more of the african traditions of Capoeira, and Regional is a
    more modified version for those who want to practice Capoeira without it’s
    once religouse practices and perspectives.

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  • Shandon Allen

    Not always the case, my brotha. I’ve trained regional for about ten years
    and I definitely feel a connection from my style. I’ve visited angola
    groups and I can appreciate it all. It’s all of african origin. Bahia is
    Africa in the Americas and the influence is felt from Fazenda Grande Do
    Retiro to Memphis, TN where I live. Its a matter of perception. Muito Axe
    and Salve Capoeira!!!

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  • Bong

    Fica provado q a capoeira angola ainda é mais maliciosa, o capoeira angola
    tem muito mais visão de jogo e malandragem, a regional do mestre Acordeon é
    uma capoeira na base de um jogo travado feio, acaba perdendo a
    caracteristica de capoeira, respeito muito Mestre Acordeon pela sua
    história na capoeira, mas ainda a capoeira angola é a maior.

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  • Sozinho!!!

    @Rafaelfev ofcourse its a fight, its a martial art. But some rules cant be
    ignored, example: In angola you can´t buy a game, you must wait until they
    finish Between groups you must respect, you cant hit someone of another
    group if he isnt playing

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