This time around we're looking at the playing of Paulinho Félix. In this tune Paulinho employs a lot of material pioneered by pandeiro legend Bira Presidente, who we'll look at in the next post. However, he's taken Bira's language and expanded/modernized it which, again, we'll chat about soon.
If you followed along with the last pandeiro post, you should notice a lot of similarities in the shape of the tune: constant 16th notes in the verses, broken partido alto style playing in the choruses, hemiola used to create tension, and the almost obligatory triplet phrase.
Thiago Viégas, however, kept things a little bit tamer for the sake of demonstration where as Félix gets a little busier. There's some fun stuff in here and the tempo is a little brighter, so it should be a little bit more of a workout if you're playing along at home.