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realmente increible como una semilla deribo en varias vertientes todas de
un origen exelente material cultural!! axe!!! poder para realizar!!
WOW! This makes for an interesting question as to whether capoeira started
in brazil or is actually an evolved form of martial art/dance/ritual that
existed in Africa. As a capoeira practitioner I find this to be very
they are drunk?
In Capoeira and in the similar arts Berimbous were added later in the
combat. First,,,,,,,, for a long time they only used atabaques.
There’s always going to be a 21-year old boy somewhere willing to make a
silly comment. Good for you.
Hi, very old comment, but to be sure, there are and have been many martial
arts practiced in Africa. Most modern systems around the world have roots
i have a bit of history with martinique, and i have to say that’s not a
terribly silly comment. obviously i wasn’t there in 1936, nor are they
doing this _because_ they’ve been drinking, but i wouldn’t be surprised if
a little tafia was involved
sweet, thanks!!! is it possible if you could provide more information about
it (history, data, etc)? You could send me a PM with any info you may have
on this art. Thanks.
Beautiful! Thanks for posting it. Capoeira’s Caribbean Cousin.
Realmente lembra muito a Capoeira!!!
Where are the Berimbaus?
i’m from martinique, and that is called ladja.
for what we know there was already something similar to the Capoeira in
Africa before the period of the slavery. Especially in the region of the
Angola, from which it also derives the name of the “style” of more
traditional capoeira. In Brazil they were you assistant and “mixed” other
elements of the tribal populations and the local culture ^^
More interesting is the question of it (capoeira) being used by enslaved
africans in the americas as a disguise (fighting).
Africans (both free and enslaved) brought it with them to Brazil, Jamaica,
Columbia and other parts of the Carribean and South America. Slaves were
not allowed to use their drums or dance in America– which is why it is not
so indigenous here. The slaves in America often danced in secret or in the
cover of darkness though.
at LAST !! congratulations well done, please.. more! is it still practiced
Honestly, I don’t know. Somebody linked to it from
www(dot)bullshido(dot)net – since the library of congress changes links
routinely, I downloaded this and put it here. Part of that was to see if
somebody else knows more about this art 🙂 If I find more, I will put it
here as well.
oh my gosh i have never seen this b4.. thank u
Hello, I’m in St. Maarten (not too far from Martinique) and we would like
to bring in some Ladja “performers” or historians for a comparitive
analysis conference with our capoeira club here on the island…do you know
if Ladja is still openly and commonly practiced in martinique??
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