Berimbau is the portuguese name for the angolan instrument hungu. A berimbau is composed by:
- An arc made with flexible wood and tensed by a steel wire.
- A coin or a round shaped rock used to change the pitch and/or timbre of the note.
- A stick of wood or bamboo
- A gourd as a ressonator, attached to the arc by a cotton string.
- A light shaker named caxixi is often played using the right hand, the same that holds the stick, as the player strikes the wire.
- Pack created on: Dec. 14, 2012, 11:14 a.m.
- Number of sounds: 4
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Berimbau note, medium intensity. No effects, no normalization.
This sound was obtained by striking the string with a bamboo stick very close to the cotton string that attaches ...
A berimbau note. No effects, no normalization, just recorded and trimmed. See another sounds in this pack.
This sound was obtained by picking the stick loosely between the fingers and hiting the string. No effects, no normalization, ...