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Brazilian Impression By Mr. SHUM
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Brazilian Impression composed by Jimmy Shum (Mr. SHUM). Published by JS Music (S0.21050). For Marimba Solo. Difficulty: medium. 5 pages. Duration 2:50. Listen:... More > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrBQe15pCkQ< Less
100 Years Brazilian Music History By Anna Elis de Jong
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This book tells about the Brazilian Music History of the last 100 years. It's artists, instruments, composers and musical styles from a musicians point of view. You will find examples of how... More > different styles sound in rhythm, melody and harmony and where they originated and how was their development.< Less
Samba De Uma Nota Só (One Note Samba) (piano music sheet) By Maurizio Colì
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MauColi's original arrangement for the piano of this brasilian song by Newton Mendonça and Tom Jobim. Arreglo original de MauColi para piano de esta canción brasileña de Newton... More > Mendonça and Tom Jobim. Arrangiamento originale di MauColi per pianoforte di questa canzone brasiliana di Newton Mendonça e Tom Jobim.< Less
La Producción Musical durante el Surgimiento del Tropicalismo By Felipe Reinoso Carvalho
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Este trabajo de investigación está centrado en el movimiento musical denominado Tropicalismo, el cual a fines de los años 60, mediante la fusión entre la Música... More > Popular Brasilera y la Psicodélia, logró universalizar la música en Brasil. En el mundo entero se tiene conciencia de la importancia que este reciclaje artístico aportó a las nuevas propuestas musicales que surgen en Brasil a partir de los años 70. La Tropicália debería ser catalogada como un modus operandi cíclico, que permita que cada país se reinvente cultural y artísticamente, cada vez que sienta la necesidad de hacerlo.< Less
Sertão Central By Liduino Pitombeira
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Sertão Central (central backwoods) is a hot and sun-drenched region of Ceará, the composer’s native state in Brazil. This short three-movement piece depicts, in the... More > composer’s view, three aspects of this place as time passes through the day. The first movement describes the sunrise, the second movement describes the hard work of the inhabitants of this region, and the third movement portrays the sunset with its attractive melancholy. The piece is dedicated to Brazilian pianist and composer Maria Di Cavalcanti.< Less
Os Quatro Temperamentos By Liduino Pitombeira
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This piece, for solo flute, make associations of gestures and musical structures with the theory of the four temperaments systematized by Hippocrates (460-370 BC). Trichordal sonorities and specific... More > scales represent characteristics related to each one of the four temperaments. The piece was commissioned by Abraf (Associação Brasileira de Flautistas).< Less
Four Essays for Guitar By Liduino Pitombeira
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These four short movements for solo guitar make stylistic references to sonorities that can be associated with composers such as Bill Evans, Guinga, Leo Brower, and Villa-Lobos. The piece is... More > dedicated to Fábio Zanon.< Less
Ajubete Jepê Amô Mbaê By Liduino Pitombeira
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The title means “something” in tupy-guarany, which was the original idiom of Brazil before 1500. The piece employs Brazilian northeastern mode (Lydian + Mixolydian modes) and two... More > important Brazilian folk dances—baião and xaxado. The second movement begins as a lamento in Doric mode and concludes in the same mood of the first part. The piece is recorded by the Berlin Philharmonic Woodwind Quintet (CD Summer Music, BIS) – http://www.windquintet.com< Less
Imaginary Lands, Op. 11, no. 1b By Ronaldo Cadeu
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Ronaldo Cadeu's "Imaginary Lands" is based on a musical genre popular in Brazil during the 19th-century: the modinha. This genre has its roots in Portugal, but became quite famous in Brazil... More > during the end of 18th-century, lasting until the beginning of the 20th-century. Although the melodic shape of Imaginary Lands is closely inspired in that of the Brazilian modinha, its harmony brings a more dissonant and aggressive type of chords, based on modern popular Brazilian music, mostly the Bossa Nova - a genre perpetuated by composers like Tom Jobin and João Gilberto. Imaginary Lands'lyrics were originally written by the composer, and portray a feminine character in deep emotional conflict who prefers to invent an imaginary controlled reality in which ideal love and safe happiness could be achieved. That intent seems to fail, once it is clear that the emotions and images of her unhappy romantic past experiences come to surface, even when she tries to get absorbed into her programmed delusion.< Less
Imaginary Lands, Op. 11, no. 1b By Ronaldo Cadeu
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Ronaldo Cadeu's "Imaginary Lands" is based on a musical genre popular in Brazil during the 19th-century: the modinha. This genre has its roots in Portugal, but became quite famous in Brazil... More > during the end of 18th-century, lasting until the beginning of the 20th-century. Although the melodic shape of Imaginary Lands is closely inspired in that of the Brazilian modinha, its harmony brings a more dissonant and aggressive type of chords, based on modern popular Brazilian music, mostly the Bossa Nova - a genre perpetuated by composers like Tom Jobin and João Gilberto. Imaginary Lands'lyrics were originally written by the composer, and portray a feminine character in deep emotional conflict who prefers to invent an imaginary controlled reality in which ideal love and safe happiness could be achieved. That intent seems to fail, once it is clear that the emotions and images of her unhappy romantic past experiences come to surface, even when she tries to get absorbed into her programmed delusion.< Less