Jongo na Oca com Afrolaje – Oficina 5 – Rio de Janeiro

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/07/2017
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Centro Cultural Oca Dos Curumins

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Information extracted from Facebook:

Our workshop number 5, given by  Grupo Afrolaje  in partnership with  Centro Cultural Oca dos Curumins , will experience singing, called a point.

The workshop is FREE and for all ages !!!!

“The jongo song is responsorial.It is sung first by the soloist, with free improvised verses, and the chorus answered by all.Jongo’s points have short phrases that portray the contact with nature, daily facts, day-to- Day of manual labor in the farms and the revolt in the face of oppression, they are sung in the language of the rural man, with an accent of black-old, and gungunados, in a kind of guttural sound well grumbled out of the chest. African dialect of Bantu origin, the Kimbundus, are created suddenly and require great creativity, mental agility and poetry, very common to black bantus.

“The points can be of several types:

Opening or license: to start the jongo wheel; Praise: to welcome the place, the owner of the house or a jongueiro ancestor; Aim: to cheer the wheel and entertain the community: demand, puffiness or “gurumenta”: for the fight, when a jongueiro challenges his rival to demonstrate his wisdom; Enchante: sung when one jongueiro wishes to bewitch the other by the point; Closing or farewell: sung at dawn to greet the arrival of the day and close the party. ”

Source:
http://www.jongodaserrinha.org.br/v2/cul-pont.htm

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Woman bring your skirts to spin on our mini wheel at the end of the workshop and men, come with pants.

But the woman who does not have the skirt, can do the workshop with leggings or shorts, 🙂 …

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How to get to Oca?
Follow the bizu:

Whoever comes from the city, the 312 direction OLARIA, which makes the final stop at Candelária, is followed by Presidente Vargas. Just ask to jump into Grota.
Arriving here (German complex), come forward from the Olympic Village and up the NEW STREET which is the next slope bordering the wall of it until the end. Then ask about Aunt Bete’s little school. Soon you will find an entire painted staircase.

For those coming from Subway, hop on the New America station. Catch on the final point the bus 628 direction PENHA. Ask to jump into Grota, after that just follow the steps above.

For those who come from madureira take the 908 direction BEAUTIFUL and follow the steps above.

Easy right?

No?

Call us then:
Rosane – Nega Rô: 21 984626467 – Whatsapp
Leticia: 21 981980333 – Whatsapp
Tia Bete: 21 988541893 – Whatsapp
Cultural center hollow of the curumins: 21 30716750

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