This Sept. 7, 2012 photo shows people gathering to listen to live Samba music in a plaza called "Pedra do Sal", or "Stone of Salt" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio's signature percussion-driven rhythm can be heard in classy indoor music venues, sure, but old-school samba circles can pop up without notice. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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This Sept. 7, 2012 photo shows people gathering to listen to live Samba music in a plaza called "Pedra do Sal", or "Stone of Salt" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio's signature percussion-driven rhythm can be heard in classy indoor music venues, sure, but old-school samba circles can pop up without notice. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
This Sept. 7, 2012 photo shows people gathering to listen to live Samba music in a plaza called "Pedra do Sal", or "Stone of Salt" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio's signature percussion-driven rhythm can be heard in classy indoor music venues, sure, but old-school samba circles can pop up without notice. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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