Sao Paulo / Brazil / News Footage / Jun 11, 2014

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Synopsis
Mit Musik aus der Favela: Instituto Baccarelli in São Paulo São Paulo ist Austragungsort des Eröffnungsspiel der WM 2014. In Heliópolis, dem größten Armenviertel der Stadt, hofft man, dass sich die internationale Aufmerksamkeit nicht nur auf den Fußball beschränkt. Die Einwohner wollen, dass auch die Rückstände Brasiliens wahrgenommen werden.
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Music Teacher Teacher
Activity
Drumming Making Music (Instrument) Teaching Interview (Media) Speaking Communicating Learning
Recording location
Sao Paulo (City) Sao Paulo (State) Brazil South America America Latin America
Further content information
SID Natural Horn Brass Instrument Wind Instrument Musical Instrument Music Culture Brazilian Flag National Flag Flag Favela Shanty Town Slum Ghetto Class (Procedure) Education FIFA World Cup World Championship Championship Sports Event Sports Football (Sport) Ball Sports City View City High-rise Building (Edifice) Megacity Metropolis (City) Large City Historical Footage Woman Female (Human) People Living Being News Footage
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Architecture

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