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    Viola caipira, also known as  viola  country girl  or  viola cabocla, is a  musical instrument  in  ropes  fingerings and one of the regional variants of  Brazilian viola . It is popular mainly  inside the  Brazil , being one of the symbols of the  popular Brazilian Music  and mainly from  country music  root . It has its origin in  Portuguese violas , from  instruments  arabs  like the  lute
    Violas are direct descendants of the Latin guitar, which in turn has an Arabic-Persian origin.
    The Portuguese violas arrived in Brazil and, together with other instruments, began to be used by the Jesuits in the catechesis of the natives, called " indigenous" .
  Later, violas began to be built with noble woods from the land, which has always been in large quantities in Brazil.
  There are several names for the instrument, depending on the local culture, used mainly in cities in the interior: viola de pine, viola caipira, viola sertaneja, viola de arame, viola northeast, viola cabocla, viola cantadeira, viola de ten  strings , weeping viola,  Viola de Queluz , Viola Serena, Viola Brasileira, among others.
     The classes  are individual  (Online or In-person) and  lasting 1 hour per week.
   The content of the classes is complete and diversified, alternating between technique, theory and  repertoire. THE  student receives all necessary material  for weekly study.
As they are personalized classes, the teacher can analyze and stimulate the student's innate talents and at the same time propose  specific studies with  to resolve personal difficulties.
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