Sounds and Colours Brazil by Hermano Vianna
(Latin American Culture Series Book 2)

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Sounds and Colours Brazil is an alternative guide to Brazilian music and culture, covering topics as diverse as the new music scene in Rio de Janeiro, Gilvan Samico's rural art, the Brazilian film industry, carnival in Recife, contemporary art and much more.

- Sounds and Colours Brazil is the only book on the market that thoroughly explores contemporary culture in Brazil
- Includes articles on music, film, literature, visual arts + full colour photographs and illustrations
- Comes with a 20 track CD compilation of new Brazilian music (styles include samba, pop, electronica, dub, hip-hop and traditional/afro-Brazilian rhythms)
- Includes contributions from some of Brazil's finest journalists, illustrators, musicians and authors, as well as cultural researchers from across Europe and North America. Notable contributors to the book include the Brazilian music experts Hermano Vianna and José
Teles, as well as Pablo Miyazawa, editor-in-chief of Rolling Stone Brasil.

Sounds and Colours Brazil is edited by Marlon Bishop and Russell Slater, and published by Sounds and Colours.

About Hermano Vianna

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Published April 28, 2014 by Sounds and Colours. 200 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Arts & Photography, Travel.

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Sounds and Colours Brazil is a new book and CD focused on Brazilian music and culture.

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