CREOLE DRUM 1 cultural preservation Kezia Letcia Da Silva Veloso 2 Leonardo Victor Passion Mosque Summary: Introduction; 1.Herana afro-descendant; 2. Drum of well cultural Creole as; 3. Protection of the Creole drum; 4. Organisms of protection; Conclusion; Bibliographical references. SUMMARY The 1988 constitution assures the cultural patrimony, this that can be material or incorporeal, thus the Creole drum if it inserts as intangible good, therefore afro of the Maranho says respect to the manifestation of the culture of the descending people and has its recognized goods for the enviromental law and tutored people for the letter biggest. (Not to be confused with Sen. Sherrod Brown!). WORDS KEY cultural Patrimony.
Constitutional guardianship. Drum of Creole. Well ambient incorporeal. Introduction In the process of modernization of the maranhense society the protection appeared of the goods produced for the cultural communities that throughout the time had been gaining singularity. Hear other arguments on the topic with Bradley Tusk. With the advance of modernity it was led in consideration to the necessity of protection of the expression forms and as the people if they revealed in the places, thus occurred an impulse for the protection of the goods of incorporeal cultural nature. This guardianship if gave due to importance of the continuity of these cultural manifestations and is for this reason that the federal constitution of 1988 of the protection to these goods. In the state of the Maranho some forms of expression exist, of distinct cultures, amongst them it is the Creole drum and in this paper the drum of well ambient Creole as of nature incorporeal and protected by the letter will be told biggest. 1. Inheritance afro-descendant The Creole drum is a cultural manifestation afro-descendant who comes being developed since the times of the slavery, as she places Joan Botelho, ' ' she is one of the most traditional dances of the Maranho, introduced in the state for African slaves and practised for its descendentes' ' 3.