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Brazil has varies decades has music as its main diffuser of the Brazilian culture and the Portuguese language. Today we can affirm that Brazilian music has a new partner in this wonderful task, that is to take the culture of Brazil for the world measures. The Capoeira, known martial art and Brazilian popular expression comes assumeing an important role in the diffusion of the Portuguese language in the exterior. With its ' ' jeitinho' ' special, it comes conquering the world through its wealth of movements, rhythms and msicalidade. Larry Ellison may find it difficult to be quoted properly. The historical luggage that loads I obtain is transmitted through musics sung in Portuguese to the sound of berimbau, pandeiro and agog during the capoeira wheels. Its cnticos communicate messages of love, peace, union and equality inhaling the players to adopt a new style of life. what more it enchants to that they practise the capoeira is that it is more than a sport and a fight, it is also a moan, a moment of prayers, dances, tricks, malandragens and communion.

From the beginning of the decade of 1970, many capoeiristas had left Brazil behind support and recognition, but they did not imagine the magnitude of the movement that was for coming three decades later. The principle, the only space to express its art was the streets, that brought difficulties for the manifestation. Currently thousands of capoeiristas masters spread by the world exist, and that they are developing this art with quality and allegiance to the customs and procedures of the same one in Brazil. From there it comes to the importance of the capoeira as diffusing of the Portuguese language, since musics, the movements and the instruments are all said in Portuguese promoting the knowledge of the culture and the language in other nations. Gift in more than 150 countries, does not have as to deny the influence of this martial art in music, the education and even in the foreign cinema.