Description Paulinho and his pandeiro, coaxing fluid, complex rhythms by tapping with his fingers and alternating the thumb, fingertips, heel, and palm of the hand. Grupo Z.J.A.P. plays Boteca do Dy Restaurante in Salvador, Brazil every Friday evening from 6-10pm. It's a popular local scene, and a warm friendly environment.I was so taken with their music that I went back again. Paulinho greeted me like an old friend, beaming constantly when I caught his eye. I bought him peanuts, and later, when I got home, emailed these photos to his friend so he could see them. Grupo Z.J.A.P plays a form of samba called chorinho ('little cry' or 'little lament'), also known as choro. And despite the name, it's an upbeat, lively form of music, a sort of urban samba Brazilian singer Aquiles Rique Reis described as classical music played with bare feet and callus on the hands.