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“MURPHY: He says the region has a long history as a mixing bowl of musical styles, and forro is likely a product of that.”
“MURPHY: But what exactly forro is is hard to define.”
“Like many in Olinda, Marcondes plays forro, dances forro, and like to talk about forro.”
“MURPHY: Claudio often experiments with the music of forro, like this song by Luiz Gonzaga.”
“(Soundbite of music) Mr. LUIZ GONZAGA (Musician, Singer): (Singing in foreign language) MURPHY: With his rural sensibility, musical skill and poetic lyrics, Gonzaga helped make forro popular.”
“He says people love forro because it makes them get up and move.”
“(Soundbite of music) TRIO DE OURO (Forro Group): (Singing in foreign language) MURPHY: The forro dance can vary.”
“(Soundbite of music) MURPHY: Where forro will be in another century is anyone's guess.”
“They're also masters of one of the region's many musical genres, forro.”
“He sings and plays rabeca, a rustic fiddle from old-school rural forro.”
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