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Music As Didactic

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Ana Cristina Blacksmith Introduction the present work it has the objective to demonstrate as music can be a didactic instrument functioning as material assistant in the lessons of Physical Geography. Amongst the benefits to use it they are: the search of bigger understanding of the referring contents to physical geography; to awake the interest of the pupil and valuing the Brazilian culture and northeastern as ‘ is the case of chosen music; ‘ xote of meninas’ ‘ that northeastern speaks of the hinterland. Moreover, the boarded context in music approaches the pupils of content relates the didactic them with the reality that corresponds to the life in caatinga, the convivncia with events as: it dries, rain. This makes with that desperte the interest of the pupils in understanding its daily one allowed that they analyze of critical form the landscape knowing to define the processes where if bioma gave origin starting to value its caatinga helping to preserve its biodiversity that is the main objective of the geography professor. Music in question presents a called style and xote that it is one old dance of hall.

Having as composers Z Dantas and Luiz Gonzaga I finish regarding it cited: ‘ ‘ Gonzaga Luiz of the Birth, sanfoneiro, singer, and Brazilian popular composer, born in the pernambucano hinterland. He was famous as the King of the Baio. He was discovered in 1939, in the River, when he presented himself in the program of freshmen of Ari Barroso, singing one chamego of its authorship ‘ ‘ (ENCYCLOPEDIA ENCARTA). ‘ ‘ The music and sung by Chico Buarque in a project Jose Milton who congregated some singers in with the objective homaging the singer Gonzaga Luiz. Chico Buarque ‘ ‘ it possesss a style that is resulted of the union between bossa new and the old guard of the samba. ‘ ‘ Son of the historian and sociologist Sergio Buarque of Holland, was born in 19 of June of 1944 in the Carioca quarter of Isabel Village

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