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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos Suite Popular Brasileña Pablo De Giusto

    22:12

    Pablo De Giusto interpreta la Suite Popular Brasileña de Heitor Villa-Lobos.
    Extraído del disco Música de cámara latinoamericana (DRA22- 1996)
    1) Mazurka-Choro 00:00
    2) Schottish-Choro 03:30
    3) Valsa-Choro 07:20
    4) Gavotta-Choro 12:08
    5) Chorinho 17:50

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos: 5 Preludes, 12 Studies & Modinha

    59:24

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    About JOSÉ ANTONIO ESCOBAR - Guitarist

    “...The mastery, intelligence and sound of José Antonio on such diverse pieces undoubtedly position him among the outstanding guitarists of our time.“ (Le Cahiers de la Guitare, Paris, 2002)

    “Finally José Antonio Escobar gave us Villa-Lobos’ 12 Etudes, demonstrating that he is one of the finest young players to have emerged from South America in recent years” (Robert Matthew-Walker, Musical Opinion, London, May 2007).

    “Escobar is an expressive, mature artist who has transcended the nitty-gritty of technique and gets to the essence of the music.” (Jeffrey Rossman, Classical Voice of North Carolina, 2008).

    “Guitar aficionados need to hear Escobar’s absolutely stunning playing.” (Göran Forsling, MusicWeb International, 2008)

    I cannot and should not miss the opportunity to speak in favor of one of the most remarkable
    musicians devoting their talent to the guitar. His name is José Antonio Escobar... (Angelo Gilardino, Suonare Magazine, Italy, 2012)

    José Antonio Escobar (b. 1973), was born in Santiago de Chile, where he graduated with Top Honors after studying at the Conservatory of Music-University of Chile. Immediately after graduating, he continued to perfect his studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Augsburg, Germany with Franz Halasz. Under the influence of his first master, the lutenist Ernesto Quezada, he became deeply interested in original ancient instruments from the guitar family. This motivated him to round out his studies by attending Early Music courses and master classes with renowned specialists such as Hopkinson Smith, Eduardo Egüez, and Juan Carlos Rivera.
    While he is greatly interested in ancient music, he has always felt at home when interpreting 20th Century or contemporary music. This has led him to commission, premiere and record works by renowned composers as well as Chilean composers, in particular. He has also devoted some time to studying and interpreting music with popular and folk influences from Latin America. In this regard, he has worked in various projects both as a soloist and as part of Dúo Sudamericano, along with Javier Contreras, an outstanding Chilean composer and guitarist.
    Throughout a period encompassing almost 10 years, he obtained more than fifteen prizes in the most prestigious International Guitar Competitions today, such as Francisco Tárrega (Spain), Alessandria (Italy), Alhambra (Spain), Guitar Foundation of America (USA), Julian Arcas (Spain), Karl Sheit (Austria), among many others.
    As a soloist and chamber musician he has toured over 30 countries, covering almost all of Europe and the Americas, as well as some North African countries, the Near East, Asia and Oceania. He has also performed as a soloist with distinguished orchestras, namely Orquesta de Extremadura (Spain), Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino (Italy), St. Michel Strings (Finland), Hofer Symphoniker (Germany), and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile. He has also debuted in major concert halls such as the Brahms-Saal at the Vienna Musikverein, the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre in London, the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco, Sala Cecilia Meireles in Rio de Janeiro, Teatro Monumental in Madrid, Teatro Teresa Carreño in Caracas, etc.
    He has completed several recordings under the NAXOS and RTVE labels, receiving excellent reviews from specialized media. He has also worked on several independent recordings both as an artist and producer. He is currently living in Barcelona, and he is constantly invited to not only perform at recitals but also share his expertise by giving master classes and lectures at major music festivals, courses, seminars and workshops in prestigious universities around Europe and the Americas.

    Guitar: Paco Santiago Marín (2006)

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  • David Russell Heitor Villa-Lobos Choro No.1

    4:21

    Courtesy of the Official DavidRussellGuitar.com website. TVE Canal clasico - Spain 2003

  • Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras COMPLETE HI-QUALITY

    2:56:20

    Composed from 1930 to 1945.
    No. 1 For 'An Orchestra Of Cellos' 00:00
    1-01 Introdução – Embolada 00:00
    1-02 Prelúdio – Modinha 7:12
    1-03 Fuga – Conversa (Conversation) 15:16

    No. 2 For Chamber Orchestra 19:50
    1-04 Prelúdio – O Canto Do Capadócio (Scamp's Song) 19:50
    1-05 Aria – O Canto Da Nossa Terra (Song Of Our Land) 27:02
    1-06 Dança – Lembrança Do Sertão (Remembrance Of The Bush) 32:52
    1-07 Toccata – O Trenzinho Do Caipira (The Peasant's Little Train) 37:44

    No. 3 For Piano And Orchestra 42:11
    1-08 Prelúdio (Ponteio) 42:11
    1-09 Fantasia (Devaneio) (Digression) 50:40
    1-10 Aria – Modinha 57:48
    1-11 Toccata (Picapu) 1:06:19

    No. 4 For Piano 1:13:11
    2-01 Prelúdio (Introdução) 1:13:11
    2-02 Coral (Canto De Sertão) (Song Of The Bush) 1:21:07
    2-03 Aria (Cantiga) 1:24:51
    2-04 Dança (Miudinho) 1:29:51

    No. 5 For Voice And 8 Cellos 1:33:49
    2-05 Aria (Cantilena) 1:33:49
    2-06 Dança (Martelo) 1:40:13

    No. 6 For Flute And Bassoon 1:44:48
    2-07 Aria (Choro) 1:44:48
    2-08 Fantasia 1:48:25

    No. 7 For Orchestra 1:53:54
    3-01 Prelúdio (Ponteio) 1:53:54
    3-02 Giga (Quadrilha Caipira) (Country Quadrille) 2:01:09
    3-03 Toccata (Desafio) (Joust) 2:06:10
    3-04 Fuga (Conversa) (Conversation) 2:13:42

    No. 8 For Orchestra 2:21:25
    3-05 Prelúdio 2:21:25
    3-06 Aria (Modinha) 2:28:00
    3-07 Toccata (Catira Batida) 2:35:17
    3-08 Fuga 2:41:12

    No. 9 For String Orchestra 2:46:14
    3-09 Prelúdio (Vagaroso È Mistico) 2:46:14
    3-10 Fuga (Poco Apressado) 2:49:06

    Directed by Mogrelia, Schermerhorn.
    Recorded in 2004

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1 Complete

    19:24

    Bachianas Brasileiras No. 1 Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1 Complete Scored for orchestra of cellos (1930):
    Heitor Villa Lobos Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1, - orchestra of cellos.
    01 - Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1 for 'an orchestra of cellos' (1930), I. Introduction - Embolada
    02 - Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1 for 'an orchestra of cellos' (1930), II. Preludio - Modinha
    03 - Bachianas Brasileiras, No. 1 for 'an orchestra of cellos' (1930), III. Fuga - Conversa (Conversation)
    Heitor Villa-Lobos (Portuguese pronunciation: [ejˌtoʁ ˌvilɐ ˈlobus]; March 5, 1887 -- November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music.[1] Villa-Lobos has become the best-known and most significant Latin American composer to date.[2] He wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces).
    Heitor Villa-Lobos (Portuguese pronunciation: [ejˌtoʁ ˌvilɐ ˈlobus]; March 5, 1887 -- November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music. Villa-Lobos has become the best-known and most significant Latin American composer to date. He wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces).

  • Heitor Villa-Lobos: Amazonas

    11:35

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): Amazonas, balletto (1917) --- Orquestra Sinfônica Simón Bolívar diretta da Enrique Arturo Diemecke ---

    cover image by Tarsila do Amaral ---

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  • Preludio nº 1 para Guitarra de Heitor Villa-lobos - Paola Hermosín

    4:45

    Esta es mi interpretación del Preludio nº 1 para Guitarra de Heitor Villa-lobos, un director de orquesta y compositor brasileño. Siempre me ha encantado su música para guitarra, espero que a vosotros también.

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  • Xingye Li plays Etude No. 1 by Heitor Villa Lobos on a 2014 Roy Fankhänel guitar

    2:19

    Xingye Li plays Etude No. 1 by Heitor Villa Lobos on a 2014 Roy Fankhänel guitar.
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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Melodia Sentimental

    3:23


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  • Heitor Villa Lobos Choro No. 1 by Fabio Lima

    4:44

    Salve pessoal! Como vocês estão??? O primeiro vídeo do novo repertório que tenho estudado incessantemente. Essa que é uma das obras mais emblemáticas do violão, o Choro nº1 do nosso imenso Heitor Villa-Lobos!!! Uma música da época em que somente eram produzidas verdadeiras pérolas e que, por ser tão bela, se destaca até dentre obras de grande envergadura.
    Essa peça sempre foi um dos temas mais pedidos aqui no canal, então aumentem o volume e SOM NA CAIXA m/
    Daqui a pouco sai mais um arranjinho express também. Hoje a produção será em massa :)
    Abraços e beijos a todos O

    Pessoal criei um grupo para interagir mais com vocês =)



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  • Nicholas Petrou - H. Villa-Lobos - Prelude No. 1

    4:35

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Guitar Concerto

    17:39

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 – November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music. Villa-Lobos has become the best-known South American composer of all time. A prolific composer, he wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works, totaling over 2000 works by his death in 1959. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces). His Etudes for guitar (1929) were dedicated to Andrés Segovia, while his 5 Preludes (1940) were dedicated to Arminda Neves d’Almeida, a.k.a. Mindinha. Both are important works in the guitar repertory.

    Guitar Concerto, W501 (1951)
    Dedication: Andrés Segovia

    I. Allegro preciso – Poco meno
    II. Andantino e Andante (5:21)
    III. Cadenza: Quasi allegro – Andante – Quasi allegro – Poco moderato (10:08) {No score available for me}
    IV. Allegro non troppo (13:19)

    Eduardo Fernández, guitar and English Chamber Orchestra conducted by

    The concerto was written for the Spanish guitarist Andrés Segovia, to whom the score is dedicated. Initially in three movements and titled Fantasia concertante, Villa-Lobos later added a cadenza at Segovia's request, and changed the title to Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra (Villa-Lobos, sua obra 2009, 60–61). According to another version of the story, the situation was quite the reverse: Segovia commissioned the work with the stipulation that there should be no cadenza and the work be titled Fantasia concertante. Villa-Lobos, however, ignored these demands, supplying an extended cadenza and insisting the work be called a concerto (Tarasti 1995, 351–52). The concerto was first performed on 6 February 1956 in Houston, Texas, by Andrés Segovia and the Houston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer. A reduction for guitar and piano was published in Paris by Max Eschig in 1955, who also published the full score in 1971 (Villa-Lobos, sua obra 2009, 60–61).

  • Marcin Dylla - Five Preludes by Heitor Villa Lobos ACG Benefit Concert

    18:18

    Marcin Dylla's captivating performance of all five of Villa Lobos' Preludes. Performed on September 10, 2016.

    Prelude I - 0:02
    Prelude II - 4:26
    Prelude III - 7:19
    Prelude IV - 12:00
    Prelude V - 14:44

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  • Villa-Lobos: Bachianas Brasileiras 4 - Orquesta Simón Bolívar & Roberto Tibiriçá

    24:36

    Orquesta Simón Bolívar
    Conductor: Roberto Tibiriçá (Brasil)
    Recorded live during the V Festival Villa-Lobos in 15/04/2012
    Sala Simón Bolívar - Caracas, Venezuela
    Centro de Acción Social por La Música
    Sede Nacional de las Orquestas y Coros Juveniles e Infantiles de Venezuela
    - Prelúdio (Introdução)
    - Coral (Canto do sertão)
    - Ária (Cantiga)
    - Dança (Miudinho)

  • Etude No. 1 • Villa-Lobos • Andrés Segovia

    2:13

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    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 - 1959)

    Etudes for guitar (1928/1929)

    Etude No. 1 - Allegro non troppo in E minor

    Andrés Segovia, guitar

    Guitar recital at Nymphenburg Palace
    ???????? Munich, 1961


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  • An Volders plays Valsa Choro by Heitor Villa-Lobos on a 1948 Hermann Hauser I

    4:53

    An Volders plays Valsa Choro by Heitor Villa-Lobos on a 1948 Hermann Hauser I.
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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos Mazurka-Chôro played by Tomasz Fechner on a 2020 Zoran Kuvač

    2:53

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No. 5 Quatetor Popular No. 1

    16:11

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 – November 17, 1959) was a Brazilian composer, described as the single most significant creative figure in 20th-century Brazilian art music. Villa-Lobos has become the best-known South American composer of all time. A prolific composer, he wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works, totaling over 2000 works by his death in 1959. His music was influenced by both Brazilian folk music and by stylistic elements from the European classical tradition, as exemplified by his Bachianas Brasileiras (Brazilian Bachian-pieces). His Etudes for guitar (1929) were dedicated to Andrés Segovia, while his 5 Preludes (1940) were dedicated to Arminda Neves d’Almeida, a.k.a. Mindinha. Both are important works in the guitar repertory.

    String Quartet No. 5 (Quarteto popular no. 1) (1931)
    Dedicated to João Alberto Lins de Barros Governor (Interventor) of the State of São Paulo from 26 November 1930 to 25 July 1931.

    1. Poco andantino
    2. Vivo e energico (6:01)
    3. Andantino – tempo giusto e ben ritmato (9:16)
    4. Allegro (12:53)

    Cuarteto Latinoamericano (Mexico City)

    The Fifth Quartet is unusual in Villa-Lobos' works in this medium for using genuine folk material, albeit in modified form (Tarasti 1995, 305).

    Over the course of the first movement the tempo changes many times, ranging from Lento to Presto. The long Lento section in b. 90 to 136 is characterised by lyrical melodic writing in the first violin accompanied by a complex rhythmic pattern in the other instruments (Farmer 1973, 26, 28).

    The second movement's predominantly fast tempo is also interrupted after eleven bars by a Lento section featuring double stops in all four instruments and sul ponticello tremolo effects in the two violins. After eight bars, the opening tempo is resumed for the remainder of the movement, save for a concluding Molto lento coda of five bars (Farmer 1973, 30–31).

    The third movement inverts the relationship found in the first two movements by interrupting a predominantly slow tempo after only two bars with a fast and light-hearted section (Tempo giusto e ben ritmato) of sufficient length to make the opening material sound merely like a slow introduction. After twenty-three bars, however, a slow tempo (Adagio) is resumed, eventually giving way to the original Andantino (Farmer 1973, 31–32). The short opening Andantino motive, played in unison, is one that Villa-Lobos often uses to suggest Indian music (Tarasti 2009, 236).

    The finale, in contrast to the earlier movements, maintains a steady Allegro tempo throughout (Farmer 1973, 32). After a brief introduction in parallel fourths, the main theme from the first movement returns, at double its original tempo but in the same key. A series of children's themes taken from Villa-Lobos's collection, Guia prático, provides the substance for the rest of the movement. The central section is based on the song O Bastão ou mia gato (The Stick or a Cat's Meow), played in harmonics in all four instruments, after which the opening section, minus the introduction, is repeated to create an ABA ternary form (Tarasti 2009, 236).

  • Villa-Lobos - Impressões seresteiras

    5:51

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    Impressões seresteiras (No.2 do Ciclo brasileiro), de Heitor Villa-Lobos, interpretada por Magda Tagliaferro.


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  • Prelude No. 3 - Alexandra Whittingham

    4:07

    Young British Guitarist Alexandra Whittingham plays Heitor Villa-Lobos' Prelude No. 3. Filmed in the Medeival town of Puy-l'Eveque, South-West France.

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  • Choro N° 1 - Turibio Santos

    3:17

    Choro N° 1, composto em 1920 pelo brasileiro Heitor Villa-Lobos, para violão solo, aqui executado pelo exímio violonista brasileiro Turibio Soares Santos.

    - Arquivo Raíssa Amaral & Sergio Napoleão Belluco - Piracicaba / SP - Brasil -

  • Heitor Villa lobos Choros No.1 for Guitar

    4:50

    Choros No. 1 for Guitar by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, written in 1920.
    Guitar: Kyuhee Park

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  • Villa Lobos - O Trenzinho Caipira

    5:12

  • Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras Nº 2 - IV. Tocata . Minczuk

    5:26

    Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras Nº 2 - IV. Tocata (O trenzinho do caipira)

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  • Villa-Lobos - Choros No.5 Alma brasileira

    4:33

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    Choros No.5 Alma brasileira, de Heitor Villa-Lobos, interpretado por Homero de Magalhães.


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  • Marko Topchii; Heitor Villa-Lobos - Concerto for Guitar & Orchestra; Final XLV Competition Tárrega

    19:34

    Marko Topchii; Heitor Villa-Lobos - Concerto for Guitar & Orchestra
    Orquestra Simfònica de Castelló under the conduction of Henrie Adams
    Final del XLV CERTAMEN INTERNACIONAL DE GUITARRA FRANCISCO TÁRREGA 2011
    Teatro Municipal de Benicasim, Benicassim, Spain
    performed on the guitar by the German luthier Karl-Heinz Roemmich
    Recorded September 2, 2011

    Marko Topchii performing at the final of the 45th Francisco Tarrega Inernational Guitar Competition

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  • H. Villa-Lobos Tristorosa by Tatyana Ryzhkova

    7:38

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos: Choros n.12

    35:19

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): Choros n.12, per grande orchestra (1929) --- Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège diretta da Pierre Bartholomée

    --- cover image by Henri Rousseau ----

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  • Villa-Lobos - Tristorosa

    5:05

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    Tristorosa, de Heitor Villa-Lobos (sob o pseudônimo Epaminondas Villalba Filho), interpretada por Arnaldo Estrella.


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  • Iakovos Kolanian -12 Etudes by Heitor Villa Lobos

    33:51

    Etude no1 (0:07), no 2 (2:08), no 3 (3:43), no 4 (6:14), no 5 (10:07),
    no 6 (12:48), no 7 (14:23), no 8 (17:49), no 9 (21:04), no 10 (24:31),
    No 11 (26:51), no 12 (31:04).
    Recorded at Athens, Greece, January 2018
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  • Villa Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras n? 5 Filarmônica de Berlim

    12:51

    Festival de Waldbuhne 2008 - Berlim - Orquestra Filarmônica de Berlim. Regência Gustavo Dudanel, Soprano Ana Maria Martínez.
    Bachianas Brasileiras nº5 de Heitor Villa Lobos.

  • Heitor Villa -Lobos: Preludio from Bachianas Brasileiras Nº 4 - Duo Siqueira Lima

    3:41

    Arrangement: Fernando de Lima
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    First video from the Duo Siqueira Lima Serie by Acervo Digital do Violao Brasileiro
    Production: Alessandro Soares & Duo Siqueira Lima

  • Choros 1 - Heitor Villa-Lobos - João Luiz

    4:47

    ABOUT THE VIDEO: João Luiz performed and recorded the video at home. Mixed and edited by Jacob Sachs-Mishalanie. Guitar: Sérgio Abreu (2017). Strings: Augustine Regal Blue

  • Heitor Villa Lobos: Cello Concerto No. 2

    23:41

    Allegro non troppo • 8:46 Molto andante cantabile • 15:21 Scherzo • 20:06 Allegro energico

  • Choro nº 1 | Heitor Villa-Lobos

    3:46

    Música Choro nº 1, de Heitor Villa-Lobos, é interpretada no programa por Fábio Zanon.

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  • Documentário Índio de Casaca - Heitor Villa-Lobos

    1:51:20

    FOR CULTURAL PURPOSES ONLY.
    Documentário da Rede Manchete com imagens coloridas do Villa-Lobos e depoimentos valiosos.

    Descrevo a seguir a minutagem deste importante documentário, considerando alguns trechos que me parecem dignos de nota:

    - MÚSICA DE ABERTURA Bachianas Brasileiras Nº 2, 2º Movimento Fantasia (Devaneio): '0:01'

    - Apresentação inicial a cargo do ator Paulo José: '0:53'

    - Voz de Villa (novembro de 1950): '3:02'

    - Depoimento do poeta Hermínio B. de Carvalho: '3:44' e '5:46'

    - Prof. Manoel Castro Filho (cunhado de Villa): '4:10'

    - Depoimento da pianista Ana Stella Schic: '4:50'

    - Depoimento da Ahygara Yacira Villa-Lobos (sobrinha): '5:26'

    - Depoimento da musicóloga Mercedes Pequeno (aluna de Villa na década de 1940): '6:34' e '10:53', '01:27:35'

    - Depoimento de Walter Burle Marx (maestro): '7:34', '01:37:30'

    - Depoimento de Mindinha Villa-Lobos (segunda esposa de Villa): '8:33'

    - Sobre o catálogo das 1056 obras e depoimento de Villa-Lobos sobre inspiração: '9:23'

    - Depoimento de Tom Jobim: '10:16', '01:42:50'

    - Ária da Cantilena da Bachiana nº 5: '11:30'

    - Sobre o nacionalismo de sua obra, incluindo o depoimento Marlos Nobre e comentários sobre Raul Villa-Lobos (pai de Heitor Villa-Lobos): '14:29'

    - Depoimento de César Guerra-Peixe: '24:20','27:51', '47:23', '01:28:50'

    - Depoimento de Turíbio Santos e performance do Choros Nº 1:'24:40'

    - Depoimento de Villa-Lobos sobre a obra de Debussy: '30:36'

    - Manifestações populares: '31:00'

    - Maria Augusta Machado (historiadora): '31:33', '50:05' (fala sobre o encontro com Arthur Rubinstein em 1917), '1:24:37'

    - Embaixador Vasco Mariz (biográfo de Villa e responsável por escrever a primeira biografia): '32:26' e '34:57'

    - Histórias controversas de Villa (volta ao norte depois de um excursão mal sucedida no sul do país): '33:14', '47:10'

    - Depoimento da madame Suzanne Godeau (em francês): '34:22', '01:42:20:'

    - Livro Guia Prático (Estudo Folclórico musical que serviu para música nas escolas durante a gestão Vargas): '36:00'

    - Ana Stella Schic interpreta Sambalelê: '36:39'

    - Discorre um pouco sobre a Lucília Guimarães (primeira esposa de Villa), incluindo um depoimento de Dinorah Guimarães (cunhada de Villa): '40:40' e '57:38'

    - Depoimento de Beatriz Roquete Pinto Boinga (amiga de Villa): '47:48'

    - Depoimento do compositor francês Darius Milhaud: '51:15'

    - Prole do Bebê nº 1: '53:33'

    - Novas tendências artísticas: '55:00'

    - Graça Aranha (diplomata e escritor) e Mário de Andrade: '55:52'

    - Quarteto Simbólico (1921) música vaiada pelos paulistas na Semana de Arte Moderna (A música vaiada me encheu de glória): '58:49'

    - Sobre Paris: chega pela primeira vez aos 36 anos (Não vim estudar, vim mostrar o que fiz): '1:00:40'

    - Depoimento do musicólogo Luís Heitor C. de Azevedo (conheceu Villa na década de 30 em Paris): '01:01:49' e '01:07:45' (1927, a obra de Villa vai engrenando), '01:10:28'

    - Trio de Sopros (1924): '1:02:42'

    - Depoimento do musicólogo francês Henry Barraud (conheceu Villa em 1927): '01:06:05', '01:09:19', '1:16:26', '01:41:55'

    - Ana Stella Schic interpreta o 1º movimento de Mômoprecoce (obra dedicada a Magdalena Tagliafero, 1929). Tocada na prestigiada Salle Gaveau pela Tagliaferro: '01:08:07'

    - Sobre a relação com Andrés Segovia: '1:12:37'

    - Estudo nº 7 por Turíbio Santos: '01:14:15'

    - Dança do Índio Branco (dedicado a Mindinha, 1937): '1:22:49'

    - Em março de 1932, Villa assuma o SEMA tornando obrigatório o ensino de música e o canto orfeônico, incluindo voz de Villa-Lobos e o depoimento do compositor popular Homero Dornelas: '01:25:00'

    - Organização de corais imensos (Em 1935, Villa reúne 30 mil vozes e 1000 músicos de banda, repetindo em 1937, o que chama a atenção do Getúlio Vargas) '01:27:40'

    - Em 7 de setembro de 1940, Villa reúne 40 mil vozes em São Januário, incluindo o depoimento de Manoel Castro Filho (cunhado de Villa): '01:32:5'

    - Voz de Villa sobre o regime de Getúlio Vargas e críticas que recaíram sobre seu trabalho: '1:35:10'

    - Nova Iorque (década de 1940). Câncer diagnosticado em 1948 e operado em NY: '1:36:41'

    - Obra religiosa: Bendita Sabedoria (1958): '01:38:30'

    - Trabalhar de graça é desgraça - Voz de Villa em NY (1956): '01:39:44'

    - Voz de Villa (sobre a cultura e erudição: meu livro era o Brasil): '01:45:29'

    - Choros nº 6 (1926): '01:46:14'

    CONTATOS:





  • ALVARO PIERRI - CHORO N° 1 - HEITOR VILLA LOBOS.mpg

    5:21

  • Heitor Villa-Lobos: Sinfonia n.3 A Guerra

    34:20

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): Sinfonia n.3 A Guerra (1919) -- SWR Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart diretta da Carl St. Clair --

    I. Allegro quasi giusto: A vida e o labor
    II. Como scherzo: Intrigas e cochichos [06:34]
    III. Lento e marcial: Sofrimento [11:11]
    IV. Allegro impetuoso: A batalha [27:23]

    -- cover image by Otto Dix ---

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  • Heitor Villa Lobos | Chamber Music | Mobius

    59:17

    Villa-Lobos Chamber Music performed by mobius
    copyright NAXOS 2006

    The Jet Whistle, for Flute and Cello (1950)
    00:00
    03:10
    06:09
    Quintette instrumental for Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello and Harp (1957)
    09:44
    13:49
    21:04
    Song of the Black Swan for Violin and Harp (1917)
    26:12
    Duo for Violin and Viola (1946)
    29:01
    35:44
    40:52
    Five Songs (trans. Flute and Harp) (1926-1950)
    45:26
    48:13
    50:38
    52:24
    55:52

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Caixinha de música quebrada

    3:22

    Villa-Lobos, who had been called by Brazilian President Getulio Vargas to conceive a musical plan for schools in Brazil, left behind a concert tour in Europe and went into an experimental tour designed by him to diffuse music throughout Brazil in an attempt of unifying the country through music. It was during one of these trips, travelling by train between small cities and villages of South east Brazil that Villa-Lobos wrote the miniature for piano entitled Caixinha de Mosica Quebrada. In English: Broken Musical Box, a very hybrid piece into his vast work, with its chromatic and dissonant harmonic elements that describe the imperfect mechanism of an imaginary old musical box and its nostalgic moods. Villa-Lobos dedicated the work to his friend, the pianist and composer Joao Souza Lima, who was part of the group that followed him throughout these rather adventurous journeys. Amazingly, he managed to compose the entire piece on a train bound for Sorocabana between two stations.

    (villalobos.iu.edu, Naxos Music Library)

    Please take note that the audio AND the sheet music ARE NOT mine. Change the quality to a minimum of 480p if the video is blurry.

    Original audio:
    (Performance by: Sonia Rubinsky)
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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos Estudio 1

    1:25

    Uno de mis estudios favoritos....

  • 12 Estudos

    29:11

    12 Estudos, 12 Studies, 12 Études - Heitor Villa-Lobos

    No. 1: Anime
    No. 2: Tres Anime
    No. 3: Un Peu Anime
    No. 4: Un Peu Modere
    No. 5: Andantino
    No. 6: Un Peu Anime
    No. 7: Tres Anime - Modere
    No. 8: Modere
    No. 9: Un Peu Anime
    No. 10: Anime - Lent - Modere - Anime - Tres Anime
    No. 11: Lent - Anime
    No. 12: Un Peu Anime

    Os 12 Estudos é a obra mais revolucionária para violão escrita por Heitor Villa-Lobos, e provavelmente a composição mais importante para o instrumento na primeira metade do século XX. Nela Villa mostra seu brilhantismo, além de influências da música de Johann Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner e da música indígena brasileira.

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  • Fábio Zanon plays 12 Etudes for solo guitar by Heitor Villa-Lobos

    34:17

    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
    12 Etudes for guitar:

    1.Etude No.1
    2.Etude No.2 1:50
    3.Etude No. 3 3:12
    4.Etude No.4 5:32
    5.Etude No.5 9:01
    6.Etude No.6 12:08
    7.Etude No.7 13:44
    8.Etude No.8 16:07
    9.Etude No.9 19:54
    10.Etude No.10 23:31
    11.Etude No.11 27:10
    12.Etude No.12 31:53

    Fábio Zanon, guitar

    Recording date and location: 1986, at the Parish Church of the Holy Trinity, Weston, Hertfordshire, England.
    Educational use only. No copyright infringement intended.

  • Rodrigo Lemos | O Trenzinho do Caipira | Instrumental SESC Brasil

    3:09

    Rodrigo Lemos é músico, violeiro e professor. Totalmente autodidata, começou a tocar aos 10 anos de idade. Já participou de vários festivais de música e tocou com nomes como Sérgio Reis, Almir Sater, Renato Andrade, Pena Branca e Xavantinho. Nos Estados Unidos, abriu a escola de música Viola Lemos Music School. Participou de vários eventos e encontros musicais, tendo tocado para povos de vários países em lugares como Central Park e a sede das Nações Unidas.


    Formação:
    Rodrigo Lemos - viola caipira, violão 12 e bandolim
    Roberto Iglésias - violão nylon, violão 12
    Victor Santos - contra-baixo
    Sebastian Bauxita - percussão

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No. 11

    27:51

    String Quartet No. 11, A. 481 (1947)

    I. Allegro non troppo
    II. Scherzo, vivace (6:41)
    III. Adagio (11:35)
    IV. Poco andantino (quasi allegro) (20:16)

    Cuarteto Latinoamericano

    Written in 1947 but premiered only some six years later, Heitor Villa-Lobos' String Quartet No. 11 appears at first as a continuation of the composer's one quartet a year policy, which had previously accounted for the Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth quartets. But the Eleventh is different: the previous triad of scores seemed to deliberately extend and condense the complexity and restless creativity of the massive Seventh (1942), culminating in the hyper-chromatic Ninth; the Eleventh quartet, however, overturns this tide to introduce Villa-Lobos' late style. And like many composers' late styles, Villa-Lobos' is, to some degree, a return to earlier sounds, affections, and interests. Gone in the Eleventh are the angular polyphonic skeins and extremely slippery semitonal voice-leading that characterize the previous works. Instead, Villa-Lobos revisits the rich, hazy diatonicism of his more youthful ventures. Also prevalent, especially in the buoyant first movement, is an utterly unapologetic homophony, unfolding with delight in its own sonorousness. Often, Villa-Lobos strings together entire passages with gentle, waving ostinati surrounded by unadorned whole-note double-stops in the remaining instruments; these fields of motoric slowness are often buffered by playful scalar activity in which the players diverge directions. The cumulative effect is of a naïveté transfigured; Villa-Lobos could certainly write more sophisticated music, but he intentionally seems to be playing simple here. However, just as the delicacy of rendering limns that simplicity with a ring wiser than its content, thus does the quartet's pervasive lightness gain the gravity of a late work. Also characteristic of the work, and of Villa-Lobos' subsequent quartets, is a clearer invitation to influences; they appear less fragmented and repressed, roving more freely through the work. The third-movement Scherzo, for instance, pares its material into a deliberately anonymous pastoral array of themes; in doing so, it calls to mind two great transfigurers of naïveté -- Haydn and Dvorák -- both of whom wrote quartets, the former playing faux rustic and the later faux American. Villa-Lobos similarly operates in the Scherzo's ensuing development, purposely reworking this pastoral stuff into polyrhythmic networks that reverse its nature. After the rhapsodic lyricism of the opening cello theme, the slow movement produces a violin melody that quotes an earlier piece of the composer's, the piano waltz Valsa da dor. The finale, in typical Villa-Lobosian style, is an essay in casual joy; carrying a decidedly neo-Classical air, it C majors into sonic sunlight. [allmusic.com]

    Art by Varvara Stepánova

  • Mazurka Choro playing Yamandu Costa & Guto Wirtti

    3:41

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    Phenomenal Yamandu Costa playing beautiful piece by Heitor Villa-Lobos with his old friend Guto Wirtti on acoustic bass guitar.

  • AER - Ejercicio Nº1 de Heitor Villa Lobos

    11:12

    Este es primer video de estudios de guitarra que Artes Escénicas Rebollar publica pensando en los guitarristas que quieran ampliar conocimientos.Esta grabado a una velocidad muy lenta para poder sacarlo.

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Choro nº 2

    2:30

    Quinteto Villa-Lobos (Toninho Carrasqueira e Paulo Sérgio Santos)
    gravado na Igreja do Outeiro da Gloria (RJ) em novembro de 2009

  • Heitor Villa–Lobos — Complete Piano Concerto No.1

    36:51

    Original piece from 1954, Released 03 Mar. 1997.
    (image of the video is low quality, but audio is untouched)

    Cristina Ortiz
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Miguel Gómez Martínez

    1. Allegro — 0:00
    2. Allegro. Poco scherzando — 9:31
    3. Andante & cadenza — 14:38
    4. Allegro non troppo — 30:48

  • Prelude 1 by Heitor Villa-lobos Rafael Elizondo guitar.

    4:39

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