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What is the purpose of Capoeira?

What is the purpose of Capoeira?


School: University of Utah
Department: Music
Course: World Music
Professor: Cathryn clayton
Term: Winter 2016
Tags: world, Music, International, Asian, African, european, and american
Cost: 50
Name: MUSC 3600 Final Exam Study Guide
Description: Everything you need to know for the upcoming final
Uploaded: 04/27/2017
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What is the purpose of Capoeira?




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