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Title: Rebita  
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Subject: Music of Angola, Semba, World music genres, Music of São Tomé and Príncipe, Angolan culture
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Rebita is a traditional music and dance that originated in Angola while it was a Portuguese colony. It is a genre of music and dance. Couples move coordinated by the head of the wheel, performing gestures and the compass step Massemba.

Rebita Bands and Musicians

In the history of rebita music bands and musicians who made significant progress and development in the musical style, include Kiezos, Os Bongos, Super Renovacao, Africa Ritmos, Aguias Reais and Tchinina, Divicky, Paulino Pinheiro, Tony Von and Minguito.


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