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  • The Brazilian Guitar

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    Artists: Flavio Apro (guitar)



    About this Album:
    On this varied and atmospheric album, accomplished guitarist Flávio Apro selects pieces from nine different composers, all representative of the evolution of classical Brazilian guitar music over the course of the late-19th and 20th centuries. What connects many of these luminaries is their ability to bring European dance forms into their musical world and then to mould them into something different by injecting elements of Brazilian musical tradition. Particularly striking examples of this are João Pernambuco, whose Sons de Carrilhões incorporates elements of European polka, yet embellished with rhythmic and harmonic repetitions that conjure up numerous surprises for the listener; and Egberto Gismonti, whose work fuses traditional Brazilian genres with elements of jazz, classical, world and contemporary music.

    Meanwhile, other composers from this collection push the envelope of guitar composition in different ways. Leo Brouwer’s challenging, four-part Sonata del Caminante travels through waves of landscape-evoking intensity, via extremes of tempo, dynamics and scope; while Rafael Altro’s Homenagem is a true test of the performer’s dexterity and skill.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Sons de Carrilhões (Arr. Apro)
    00:04:02 Suite Antiga: ‘Aria’ (Arr. Apro)
    00:08:24 Odeon (Arr. Apro)
    00:11:20 Desvairada (Arr. Apro)
    00:14:47 Modinha
    00:19:03 Homenagem
    00:22:58 Sonata del Caminante Vision de la Amazônia – El Gran Sertão – Danza Festiva – Toccata Nordestina
    00:40:47 Esperança
    00:44:33 A Santa Ceia Segundo Athayde
    00:48:39 Dança das Cabeças (Arr. Apro)

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  • The Best of Jacob do Bandolim - Brazilian Chorinho

    1:14:54

    Jacob do Bandolim born Jacob Pick Bittencourt (February 14, 1918 – August 13, 1969) was a Brazilian composer and musician. Born to a Brazilian-Jewish mother and a gentile father in Rio de Janeiro, his stage name means Mandolin Jacob, after the instrument he played.

    A perfectionist, Jacob was able to achieve from his band Época de Ouro the highest levels of quality. Jacob hated the stereotype of the dishevelled, drunk folk musician and required commitment and impeccable dress from his musicians who, like himself, all held day jobs. Jacob worked as a pharmacist, insurance salesman, street vendor, and finally notary public, to support himself while also working full time as a musician.

    In addition to his virtuoso playing, he is famous for his many choro compositions, more than 103 tunes, which range from the lyrical melodies of Noites Cariocas (Carioca Nights), Receita de Samba and Doce de Coco to the aggressively jazzy Assanhado, which is reminiscent of bebop. He also researched and attempted to preserve the older choro tradition, as well as that of other Brazilian music styles.

    Jacob had 2 mandolins, which he called number one and number two. After his death they were kept in storage until 2002, when they received minor restoration. Now under the care of Instituto Jacob do Bandolim, they have been used in a few recordings again

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

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    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).

  • Vintage Brazil Touch - Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

    2:38:25

    Vintage Brazil Touch – Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

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    00:00 - Antonio Carlos Jobim - One Note Samba
    03:20 - Joao Gilberto - Corcovado
    05:14 - Herbie Man - Once I loved
    07:50 - Joao Gilberto - Doralice
    09:15 - Joao Gilberto - O Pato
    11:10 - Stan Getz - Desafinado
    17:02 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho onde Morar
    19:22 - Sylvia Telles - Dindi
    21:56 - Laurindo Almeida - Tocata
    26:40 - Carlos Lyra - Maria Ninguem
    29:34 - Flavio Farria - Wave
    33:47 - Sergio Mendes - Outra Vez
    36:10 - Stan Getz - Manha de Carnaval
    41:58 - Luiz Bonfa - Samba de Orfeu
    44:02 - Stan Getz - Chega de Saudade
    48:14 - Luis Eça - Aquarela do Brazil
    50:48 - Carlos Lyra - Voce e Eu
    51:48 - Joao Gilberto - Discussao
    53:36 - Os Cariocas - Zelao
    56:26 - Carlos Lyra - Coisa Mais Linda
    57:54 - Agostinho dos Santos - A Felicidade
    01:00:35 – Maysa - Meditacao
    01:03:30 - Joao Gilberto - Meditacao
    01:05:14 - Sylvia Telles - Fotografia
    01:07:56 - Eliseth Cardoso - Outra Vez
    01:09:50 - Joao Gilberto - So Em Teus Bracos
    01:11:37 - Dorival Caymmi - Rosa Morena
    01:13:56 - Dorival Caymmi - Acontece Que Eu Sou Baiano
    01:16:13 - Luiz Bonfa - Manha de Carnaval
    01:19:15 - Luiz Bonfa - Passeio no Rio
    01:21:06 - Bud Shank & Laurindo Almeida - Nocturno
    01:24:38 - Flavio Faria - Essa Moca Ta Differente
    01:28:00 - Stan Getz - Baia
    01:34:40 - Lucio Alves - Lamento Non Morro
    01:37:14 - Carlos Lyra - Cancao do Olhar Amado
    01:39:44 - Sylvia Telles - Samba de Uma Nota So
    01:42:01 - Joao Gilberto - Trevo de Quatro Folhas
    01:43:23 - Tamba Trio - Desafinado
    01:46:06 - Baden Powell - Do Jetto Que a Gente Quer
    01:48:41 - Lucio Alves - Samba Triste
    01:51:17 - Sergio Mendes - Tristeza de Nos Dois
    01:53:29 - Sonia Delfino - O Barquinho
    01:55:40 - Sylvia Telles - Se e Tarde Me Perdoa
    01:57:22 - Joao Gilberto - Amor Certinho
    01:59:13 - Baden Powell - Improviso Em Bossa Nova
    02:01:19 - Flavio Faria - Aquarela do Brazil
    02:05:00 - Carlos Lyra - Quem Quiser Encontrar O Amor
    02:06:57 - Joao Gilberto - Um Abraco No Bonfa
    02:08:33 - Stan Getz - Balanco No Samba
    02:11:32 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho Onde Morar
    02:13:52 - Eliseth Cardoso - Caminho de Pedra
    02:16:36 - Sergio Ricardo - Pernas
    02:18:34 - Agostinho dos Santos - Dindi
    02:21:11 – Maciel - O Nossor Amor
    02:23:34 - Os Cariocas - Criticando
    02:26:37 - Agostinho dos Santos - O Amor Em Paz
    02:29:26 - Joao Gilberto - Insensatez
    02:31:49 - Carlos Lyra - Nada Como Ter Amor
    02:33:34 - Tamba Trio - Nos E O Mar
    02:35:48 - Sylvia Telles - Corcovado

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  • Cool Brazil: The Best of Brazilian Music

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    COOL BRAZIL - O melhor da música brasileira
    A fine selection of Brazilian music, celebrating Samba & Bossa Nova

    Toquinho -- Acquarello 00:00
    Jorge Ben -- Chove Chuva 04:20
    Maria Creuza -- Vôce Abouso 08:54
    Wilson Das Nieves -- Santiero 11:42
    Vinicius de Moraes, Maria Creuza, Toquinho -- Saudade de Bahia 15:10
    Elza Soares -- La va ela e pensa que è multe 17:42
    Ana Souza -- Girl from Ipanema 20:42
    Jair Rodrigues -- Samba da rosa 24:55
    Jorge Ben -- Ana Maria 29:40
    Vinicius de Moraes, Maria Creuza, Toquinho -- Mas que nada 30:57
    Toquinho -- Planta Baixa 33:25
    Jorge Ben -- Eu sou da pesada 36:18
    Jorge Ben -- Lorella 38:27
    Jorge Ben -- Tôda colorida 42:37
    Maria Creuza -- Chega de saudade 46:01
    Toquinho -- Acquarello (instrumental) 47:56

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  • Best Brazilian Composer of All Time: Villa-Lobos: Chôros No. 10 Rasga o Coração / TRIBUTE

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    Heitor Villa-Lobos main influences:
    1) Pixinguinha - chorinhos (Choro is a folk Brazilian music, brother of the samba. Pixinguinha is one of the greatest composers of choros);
    2) Cartola - sambas (Cartola was a singer-composer of samba);
    3) The folk Brazilian sounds, including sounds from indigenous people and also the sounds of Brazilian nature. Villa-Lobos uses those sound in his music;
    4) Johann Sebastian Bach, german composer;
    5) Giacomo Puccini, italian composer;
    6) Richard Wagner, german composer.

    -Conducted by David Robertson [2009]
    -Symphony Orchestra from UK.

    BIOGRAPHY:
    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 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

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  • Brazilian Music - Tico Tico no fuba on piano

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    This is the original piano version of the Tico Tico no Fuba from Zequinha de Abreu.
    Tico Tico no Fuba was a movie starring Carmen Miranda. The Tico Tico is one of the most famous brazilian music. Played by Lord Vinheteiro. Zequinha de Abreu is a brazilian composer, and Lord Vinheteiro is a brazilian pianist.
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  • Marcos Valle - Carioca Soul The Best Of Marcos Valle

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    Tracklist:
    00:00 1. On Line
    05:55 2. Nova Visual
    10:10 3. Parabens
    18:44 4. Os Grilos
    24:32 5. Nordeste
    31:20 6. Escape
    37:03 7. Nova Bossa Nova
    41:08 8. Apaixonada Por Voce
    46:52 9. Valeu
    51:39 10. Poweride
    59:35 11. Samba de Verao (Summer Samba) (Live)
    1:04:02 12. Mentira
    1:08:03 13. Batucada Surgiu (Live)

    Far Out Recordings pays homage to one of Brazil's most accomplished artist and composer whose influence in defining the shape and direction of bossa nova from the 1960s to present day cannot be ignored. Carioca Soul is a collection of Marcos’s personal favourite tracks from his three studio albums on Far Out Recordings between 1994 and 2008 and includes 3 previously unreleased live versions of Samba de Verao, Mentira and Batucada Surgiu.

    The album features two of Rio’s bossa and samba veterans Joyce on the track Valeu and Wilson Das Neves playing on Escape. Carioca Soul is proof of Marcos’s dogged determination to transcend the traditions and structures of bossa nova and testament to his ability to re-ignite a genre whilst never veering away from its fundamental soul. The compilation acts as an indulgent blend of all the favourite songs which have been released exclusively on Far Out Recordings available on one complete collection for the first time ever.
    Valle’s remarkable talent found him fortune during the 1960s - a period of feverish development in the bossa nova tradition. Marcos was regarded as a second generation bossa nova artist, a term also relative to artists like Edu Lobo and Sergio Mendes.

    Marcos’s talent for re-invigorating bossa music was most evident in the 1996 release of 'Nova Bossa Nova'. Which literally translated as, 'new bossa nova' leapt out of the speakers with its grittier and funkier vibe and subsequently had the effect of bringing about a re-vamped bossa sound for ‘90s and beyond. This release showcases a new creative musical partnership in Marcos and Roc Hunter which would later be cemented with the milestone releases of ‘Escape’ (2001) known for the massively successful single ‘On Line’ which is featured on the compilation and ‘Contrasts’ (2003) yielded the dance floor hit Parabens also making an appearance in this ‘Best of’ selection.
    From his Tom Jobim recitals on Globo TV back in the 1960s to becoming the purveyor of future bossa nova in the naughties. Marcos keeps continues to re-shape his unique take on the traditional Brazilian bossa nova style. Marcos Valle’s songs are constantly being re-interpreted through various 'nu brazil' artists such as Bebel Gilberto and Ceu; making his music truly inspirational. In addition, his music has been covered by thousands of artists including Sarah Vaughan, Dianne Krull, Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Chicago, Johnny Mathis, Andy Williams and most recently Emma Bunton.








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  • Idina Menzel, AURORA - Into the Unknown

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    Why was Elsa born with magical powers? What truths about the past await Elsa as she ventures into the unknown to the enchanted forests and dark seas beyond Arendelle? The answers are calling her but also threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she'll face a dangerous but remarkable journey. In “Frozen,” Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In “Frozen 2,” she must hope they are enough. From the Academy Award®-winning team—directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, producer Peter Del Vecho and songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez—and featuring the voices of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2” opens in U.S. theaters on Nov. 22, 2019.

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - Bachianas Brasileiras No. 2

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    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.

    Bachianas Brasileiras No. 2, for orchestra, A. 247 (1930)

    1. Preludio (O canto do capadócio)
    2. Aria (O canto da nossa terra) (7:03)
    3. Dansa (Lembranca do sertão) (12:26)
    4. Toccata (O trenzinho do caipira) (17:47)

    Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jesús López Cobos

    Description by Joseph Stevenson [-]
    Among the Heitor Villa-Lobos's first actions on arriving back in Brazil, after living in Paris for 13 years, was to announce that he had discovered a link between Brazilian music and the great timeless qualities of the melodies of Johann Sebastian Bach, and would demonstrate them with a series of works called Bachianas Brasileiras. This composition quickly followed. It is scored for a small orchestra of ten wind instruments, a standard string section, piano and celesta, and a percussion section of standard instruments and four native Brazilian rattles (ganzá, chocalhos, matraca, and recoreco). It is the most popular of all the eight purely instrumental Bachianas Brasileiras and is one of the rare pieces in the series that includes descriptive music. Here Villa-Lobos describes scenes of the Brazilian countryside and its people. (As usual in the Bachianas series, Villa-Lobos provided dual titles, one stating the name of a form known to Bach and the other identifying its Brazilian characteristic.)

    Prelúdio; O Canto do Capadocio. The first movement is a lovely and insinuating Adagio with a somewhat faster (Andantino mosso) central dance-like section. The Brazilian title means The Song of a Capadocio. Capadocio is the name of a popular published guitar method that was widely taught in Brazil. It also meant a musician, a kind of slacker who would sing, woo the women, and generally float through life with his music and love. Villa-Lobos transcribed this movement for cello and piano (A. 251 in Appleby's catalog).

    Aria; O Canto da Nossa Terra. Not unexpectedly, a Bachian melody that some have compared to the aria sections of Bach's cantatas dominates this movement. The Brazilian title means The Song of Our Land. It opens in the tempo Lento assai. It is in a three-part form, with a Tempo di marcia in the middle. This has a pulsing rhythm driven by the piano and melody primarily given to the saxophone.

    Dansa; Lembrança do Sertão. Villa-Lobos, who loved the mid-range instruments of the orchestra, gives the flowing dance melody to the trombone over a fluent rhythm in the strings. There is a more assertive dance rhythm in the central section. The title means Memories of the Sertão, the hot, dry northeastern region of the country.

    Toccata; O trenzinho do Caipira. This is the famous Little Train of the Caipira, and the composer's full array of percussion is held back until this concluding movement to portray the creaking and puffing of this stalwart back-country little engine that could. It is irresistible, fun music. While its bright rhythms attract attention, the listener soon realizes that the train's melody is extraordinarily beautiful.

  • Centrum Choro 2011-Brejeiro by Ernesto Nazareth

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    Dudu Maia (bandolim), Douglas Lora (7 String Guitar), Jovino Santos Neto (flute), Brian Rice (Pandeiro) and Andy Connell (clarinet) play the famous choro standard by early 20th century Brazilian composer Ernesto Nazareth.

    Recorded at Wheeler Theater in Port Townsend as part of the Centrum 2011 Choro workshop.

    Sound engineering by Neville Pearsall, camerawork by Al Bergstein, Jane Champion and Michael Delagarza. Editing by Al Bergstein.

  • Villa-Lobos / Anna Moffo, 1963: Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 - Leopold Stokowski

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    Digitized from the LP shown above, released in 1965 on the RCA Victor Red Seal label, catalogue number LSC-2795.

    The Bachianas Brasileiras (Portuguese pronunciation: [bakiˈɐ̃nɐz bɾaziˈlejɾɐs]) are a series of nine suites by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, written for various combinations of instruments and voices between 1930 and 1945. They represent not so much a fusion of Brazilian folk and popular music on the one hand, and the style of Johann Sebastian Bach on the other, as an attempt freely to adapt a number of Baroque harmonic and contrapuntal procedures to Brazilian music (Béhague 1994, 106; Béhague 2001). Most of the movements in each suite have two titles: one Bachian (Preludio, Fuga, etc.), the other Brazilian (Embolada, O canto da nossa terra, etc.).

    『ブラジル風バッハ』(伯: Bachianas Brasileiras)は、エイトル・ヴィラ=ロボスの代表作。楽器編成や演奏形態の異なる9つの楽曲を集成した曲集ないしは組曲で、個々の作品の成立年代も1930年から1945年までと様々である。「ブラジル風バッハ」という日本語訳は、「ブラジルの民俗音楽とバッハの作曲様式の融合」というヴィラ=ロボスの意図をうまく捉えてはいるが、原題の「バッハ風・ブラジル風の音楽」という本来の意味を必ずしも反映してはいないため、現在では訳さずに「バシアーナス(あるいはバキアーナスまたはバッキャーナス)・ブラジレイラス」[1]とも呼ばれる。

    Bachianas brasileiras é uma série de nove composições de Heitor Villa-Lobos escritas entre 1930 e 1945. Nesse conjunto, escrito para formações diversas, Villa-Lobos fundiu material folclórico brasileiro (em especial a música caipira) às formas pré-clássicas no estilo de Bach, intencionando construir uma versão brasileira dos Concertos de Brandemburgo. Esta homenagem a Bach também foi feita por compositores contemporâneos como Stravinski. Todos os movimentos das Bachianas, inclusive, receberam dois títulos: um bachiano, outro brasileiro.

    Las Bachianas brasileiras son un grupo de obras creadas por el compositor brasileño Heitor Villa-Lobos entre los años 1930 y 1945. Aunque llamadas igual, estas nueve piezas no están pensadas para ser interpretadas de forma continua, aunque guardan una relación singular. Villa-Lobos les otorgó este nombre debido a que en todas quiso fusionar el folclore brasileño con el estilo y la forma de componer del compositor barroco alemán Johann Sebastian Bach, a quien admiraba. Por lo tanto, no cumplen una plantilla instrumental fija, cada una tiene una formación distinta, agrupaciones camerísticas, orquestales, etc. Sus movimientos utilizan la terminología musical barroca junto con un término brasileño. Aunque las trató por separado, siempre las llamó en plural para designarlas.
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    Bachianas brasileiras n° 5 para soprano e oito violoncelos (1938-1945)
    Provavelmente o trabalho mais popular do compositor, tendo sido a mais gravada fora do Brasil, é dividida em dois movimentos:

    Aria (Cantilena) - Adagio
    : Foi dedicada a Arminda Villa-Lobos. A letra deste movimento é de Ruth Valadares Corrêa, e a composição possui semelhanças com obras como a Ária de Bach e o Vocalise de Rachmaninov. Ruth Valadares também foi a cantora do movimento durante sua estréia em 1939, sob condução do próprio Villa-Lobos.
    Dança (Martelo) - Allegretto
    : A letra deste movimento é de Ruth Valadares Corrêa, apresentada em 1945. Dois anos mais tarde, estreou em Paris.


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  • Mozart: Horn Concertos

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    Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Artists: Herman Jeurissen (horn),Netherlands (Chamber Orchestra),Roy Goodman (conductor)



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    Mozart excelled in all areas of composition, and his horn concertos – despite making up a very modest part of his total output – still reside among the finest achievements in the horn literature. The composer became acquainted with the mellow sonorities of the instrument from an early age, courtesy of his friend Joseph Leutgeb, who had been employed by the Hofkapelle in Salzburg. It was not until the remaining 10 years of his life, however, that Mozart finally set to work on his six concertos for horn.

    Apart from K370b/371, which represents the composer’s first attempt at writing a horn concerto and whose musical content differs markedly from that of the later ones – there are no ‘hunting effects’ in the rondo and the first movement is more declamatory in style than lyrical – it seems that all of the works were composed for Leutgeb, who was often a target of Mozart’s mockery and teasing. Though the numerous points of harmonic, melodic and structural correspondence between the pieces suggest that Mozart did not take this genre especially seriously, the works still delight the listener for their gaiety, lightness of touch and warmth of orchestration. It is therefore a shame that only three of the six pieces remain complete, a resulting combination of more pressing work, lost manuscripts and the composer’s untimely death. Jeurissen, the soloist on this recording and principal horn player of the Residentie Orchestra in The Hague, has taken it upon himself, based on analyses of similar passages in other works by Mozart, to work up all of these fragments into playable, practical versions. The results are laudable, and Jeurissen’s passion for the works is evident from his highly accomplished, charismatic playing. Hungary.

    Tracklist:
    00:00:00 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: I. Allegro
    00:06:29 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: II. Andante
    00:09:49 Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major, KV 417: III. Rondo: Allegro
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    01:11:13Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-Flat Major, KV 495: III. Rondo: Allegro
    01:15:18 Horn Concerto No. 1 in D Major, KV 412: I. Allegro


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  • Villa-Lobos Prelude No. 5

    3:58


    I made this recording of Villa-Lobos Prelude no. 5 in June 2010 but never got around to post it. I make some buzzing sounds but I hope you like it anyways. Great music, in my opinion.
    Guitar: Philippe Jean-Mairet (1987, Switzerland)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

    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 and most significant Latin American composer to date. He wrote numerous orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. His 12 Studies and 5 Preludes for the classical guitar are among the finest for the instrument and are regarded as standard repertoire for guitarists. 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 Bach-pieces).

  • Fingerstyle for the Modern Guitarist - Week 2 - Brazilian Bossa Patterns

    1:06

    The Brazilian bossa pattern is best known in songs like 'The Girl from Ipanema'. In this lesson, Marcelo teaches us some popular shell chords, as well as how to use chords you already know in this style.

  • Pianist and Composer Dave Brubeck

    59:38

    Larry Appelbaum, Senior Music Reference Specialist with the Library of Congress, conducts a conversation with jazz pianist and composer Dave Brubeck.

    Speaker Biography: Dave Brubeck (b. Concord, CA, 1920) is a jazz composer, pianist and bandleader. He studied composition with Darius Milhaud, worked in both octet and trio formats, and later achieved artistic and commercial success with the Dave Brubeck Quartet. In addition to his formidable prowess on piano, Brubeck helped popularize unusual time signatures with recordings such as Blue Rondo a la Turk and Take Five, and he made important contributions to the jazz repertoire with memorable composition such as The Duke, In Your Own Sweet Way, and Strange Meadowlark. Brubeck toured the world as a jazz ambassador for the U.S. Department of State in the late 1950s, and he has received commissions and written many large scale compositions since then. In 1999, Dave Brubeck was recognized as a Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts, and in 2003 he received the Living Legend Award from the Library of Congress.

  • Petr Eben, Concerto for Organ and Orchestra No 1, Symphonia Gregoriana

    57:01

    Petr Eben, Concerto for Organ and Orchestra No. 1, Symphonia Gregoriana (1954)

    Paul Wißkirchen, organ
    Händel-Festspielorchester Halle
    Volker Hempfling, conductor

    Petr Eben (22 January 1929 – 24 October 2007) was a Czech composer of modern and contemporary classical music, and an organist and choirmaster.

    Born in Žamberk in northeastern Bohemia, Eben spent most of his childhood and early adolescence in Český Krumlov in southern Bohemia. There he studied piano, and later cello and organ. The years of World War II were especially difficult for the young man. Although Eben was raised as a Catholic, his father was a Jew and thus fell foul of the National Socialist occupiers of his homeland. In 1943, aged 14, Eben was captured and imprisoned by the Nazis in Buchenwald, remaining there for the duration of the war.

    After being released, he was admitted to the Prague Academy for Music, and there he studied piano with František Rauch and composition with Pavel Bořkovec. He graduated in 1954.
    Beginning in 1955 Eben taught for many years in the music history department at Charles University in Prague. Between 1977 and 1978 he was professor of composition at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. In 1990 he became professor of composition in the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague and President of the Prague Spring Festival.

    Eben refused to join the Czech Communist Party and continued openly attending church, thus forfeiting many career advancements before 1989. After the Communist government crumbled, however, he was given several important appointments and awards, among them presidency of the Prague Spring Festival (1989) and the Medal of Merit (2002). Among Eben's most important late works is his 1992-1993 oratorio Posvátná znamení (Sacred Symbols). Despite declining health from a stroke in his final years, Eben remained busy, composing mostly organ and choral works. He died in Prague on 24 October 2007.

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  • 14 Beautiful Female Classical Pianists

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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos - String Quartet No.6 Brazilian

    24:46

    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. 6 Brazilian (1938)
    Dedicated to Orlando Frederico

    1. Poco animato
    2. Allegretto (6:59)
    3. Andante, quasi adagio (11:38)
    4. Allegro vivace (18:18)

    Cuarteto Latinoamericano (Mexico City)

    Villa-Lobos composed his Sixth Quartet during 1938 in Rio de Janeiro, and it was first performed in the same city by the Quarteto Haydn on 30 November 1943, on the same programme as the premiere of the Seventh Quartet. The published score bears no dedication, but the manuscript is dedicated to the violist Orlando Frederico (Villa-Lobos, sua obra 1972, 85), who many years earlier had participated in the premieres of both the Second and Third Quartets. Together with the Fifth Quartet, this work is marked by a deliberate move toward a more popular style, incorporating elements of Brazilian popular music, and the Sixth is regarded as the most nationalistic of all Villa-Lobos's string quartets (Béhague 2003, 294). Villa-Lobos originally planned to designate this work as the second popular quartet (the Fifth Quartet is subtitled Quarteto popular no. 1), but in the end abandoned the idea of such a series (Béhague 1994, 123). At the same time, it is with this quartet that the references to the quartets of Haydn, which continue throughout the composer's later quartets, become clear for the first time (Salles 2012, 94)

  • Desafinado

    4:16

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    Desafinado · Stan Getz · João Gilberto · Antonio Carlos Jobim

    Getz / Gilberto

    ℗ A Verve Label Group Release; ℗ 1963 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1964-03-01

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Stan Getz
    Composer Lyricist: Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Composer Lyricist: Newton Ferreira de Mendonça

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  • ODEON - Imagina

    1:57

    This is a piano solo interpretation of Paulo Jobim's own arrangement of Imagina, an impressionistic waltz that his father, Brazilian composer Antônio Carlos Tom Jobim, came up with while still in his teen years.
    Chico Buarque later wrote some lyrics to this tune, which I think remains one of Jobim's most magnificent composition, so see that this recording was made in an attempt to pay tribute to those two immense composers, and excuse my poor skills...
    This demo track was recorded in 2012, on the baby grand Steinway piano that's been sitting in my mother's living room for as long as I can remember. We processed the piano signal through a heavy load of tape echo in order to recreate the wow and flutter effect that's characteristic of the sounds I grew up on, listening to my late grandmother's old classical cassettes.
    ODEON is the name of the (usually more synthetic) bossa nova duo I formed with french producer Adrien Durand, back in 2011. The name of the band in itself is a double hommage to both Rio de Janeiro's historic cinema theatre and the famous Brazilian record label, as well as the name of the parisian neighbourhood where my college building was located.
    The picture you're looking at was taken by my girlfriend last summer. We went to Brazil on a trip that turned out to be quite the musical pilgrimage ; for I'd just spent a year working on a musicology thesis focusing on comparing the lives and repertoires of Gershwin and Jobim. (The latter's often called the George Gershwin of Brazil).
    Thank you for listening! Other ODEON tracks should be released soon.

    Joachim Polack

  • The Girl From Ipanema

    5:14

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    The Girl From Ipanema (Mono Version) · Stan Getz · João Gilberto · Antonio Carlos Jobim · Astrud Gilberto

    Getz/Gilberto

    ℗ 1964 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2014-05-27

    Producer: Creed Taylor
    Associated Performer, Vocals: Astrud Gilberto
    Associated Performer, Drums: Milton Banana
    Associated Performer, Piano: Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Associated Performer, Upright Bass: Tommy Williams
    Composer Lyricist: Vinícius de Moraes
    Composer Lyricist: Norman Gimbel
    Composer Lyricist: Antonio Carlos Jobim

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  • Guest Mix: Italian Rhythms with Francesco

    34:16

    Hidden Sounds' Francesco is taking over this time! He brought some really interesting gems from Italy! The journey starts with Roberto Aglieri, a noted Italian flutist and composer, and his magical 1987 album Ragapadani, then we hear one of my favorite tunes from Mina Mazzini's Perfetto Non So. Hope you enjoy it!
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  • Jacob do Bandolim - André de Sapato Novo

    3:06

    André de Sapato novo, composed by Andre Victor Correia.

    Jacob Pick Bittencourt (Rio de Janeiro 1918-1969) was a Brazilian composer, musician and mandolim player. With his group Época de Ouro, he performed the best of choro, a brazilian style of music.
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    05- Lamento
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    07- Odeon
    08- Flor do Abacate
    09- Murmurando
    10- Vou Vivendo
    11- Assanhado
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    13- Não me Toques
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  • Quincy Jones feat. Tamia - You Put A Move On My Heart

    4:07

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  • RIKKI DONT LOSE THAT NUMBER by Steely Dan

    4:16

    'Rikki Don't Lose That Number' was off Pretzel Logic, and appears to be a favourite of Steely Dan fans. It was released in 1974.

    It's intro is a nod to 'Song For My Father' by Horace Silver. Donald Fagen said in a 2011 interview when asked about the intro 'There was never a conscious thought about picking up Horace Silver's intro. We wrote this Brazilian bass line and when drummer Jim Gordon heard it, he played his figures. As for the piano line, I think I had heard it on an old Sergio Mendes album. Maybe that where Horace heard it, too [laughs]'.

    Several musicians outside the band help out on the track. Michael Omartian plays keyboard, Dean Parks acoustic guitar, Jim Gordon drums, Victor Feldman percussion, and Timothy Schmit along with Fagen on backing vocals. I have done a slideshow video featuring most of these guest musos, as well as the usual Dan suspects, Donald Fagen (vocals), Walter Becker (bass) and Jeff Baxter (guitar, solo) .Denny Dias was not on the track.

    This list of musos for this track is taken from the liner notes on 'A Decade of Steely Dan' compilation CD and a book I have on Steely Dan entitled 'Reelin in the Years' by Brian Sweet. According to Sweet, Jeff Baxter played the solo without an amplifier, just plugged directly into the board. Apparently the solo had to be done several times because of a 'blip' appearing on the tape. After sending the tape to the manufacturer 3M for analysis, it was found to have some little lumps which turned out to be mustard from a workman's sandwich!

    Sweet also stated that the song was based on a student named Rikki from Bard College who had made an impression on Becker and Fagen, (although they were not known for giving straight answers when explaining their songs, so who knows?).

    I tried to include images of Steely Dan and Donald Fagen album covers. I also obtained an add on to Windows Movie Maker, which gives a few more panning and zoom options. This is the first video using those.

    (Update: as of 11 June 2012, this video is the most popular of the 90 music videos I have up on my channel with 502,904 hits). Further update as of 4 Sept 2017, it now has 4.180,112 hits. Also sadly, I have just found out that co founder and composer Walter Becker has just passed. RIP.

    Comments are invited.

  • Gustavo Dudamel ~ Danzón No. 2 ~ Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar

    9:42

    The Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar (Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra) is a Venezuelan orchestra. Named after the Venezuelan national hero Simón Bolívar, it is the apex of the nation's system of youth orchestras, although by 2011, it was no longer officially a youth orchestra because the average age of the players had risen too high. The country's national youth orchestra is now the Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra.

    The economist José Antonio Abreu established the Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar on 12 February 1975. Gustavo Dudamel has been the orchestra's artistic director since 1999. The orchestra has worked with many famous conductors including Claudio Abbado and Simon Rattle.

    Arturo Márquez (born 20 December 1950) is a Mexican composer of orchestral music who uses musical forms and styles of his native Mexico and incorporates them into his compositions.

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  • List of Classical composers

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    A full list of composers from the Classical period.

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  • Brazilian Soul

    4:11

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    Brazilian Soul (feat. Sofi Tukker) (Acoustic Bossa Version) · The Knocks · Sofi Tukker

    Brazilian Soul (feat. Sofi Tukker)

    ℗ 2018 Big Beat Records Inc.

    Composer, Lyricist: The Knocks

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  • Brazilian Classical Music - Great Brazilian Composers

    1:40:38

  • Brazilian Classical Music - Great Brazilian Composers

    1:40:38

  • Reah Sadowsky plays Brazilian composers, 1945, repaired

    7:39

    Reah Sadowsky
    plays:

    Fructuoso Vianna:
    Corta-Jaca
    Barroso Negro:
    Mon Pays
    Francisco Mignone:
    Caterete
    1945, repaired

    By popular demand.

    Pic: Fernando Garcia Rio Welcomes flickr.com CC-license.

  • Jonah Jones, Brazil

    1:54

    The great American jazz trumpeter Jonah Jones (1909-2000) plays his arrangement of 'Brazil' ('Aquarela do Brasil'), one of the most famous songs of the Brazilian composer, pianist, writer, TV and radio host, humorist, reporter, producer, emcee, interviewer, lawyer and soccer comentator Ary Barroso (1903-1964). With views of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, my hometown, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Recorded in the album 'Swingin' 'Round the World' (1959).

    Check Marcio Montarroyos' version of 'Brazil':



    Original lyrics in Brazilian Portuguese:

    Brasil, meu Brasil brasileiro
    Meu mulato inzoneiro
    Vou cantar-te nos meus versos

    O Brasil, samba que dá
    Bamboleio que faz gingar
    O Brasil do meu amor
    Terra de Nosso Senhor
    Brasil, Brasil, pra mim, pra mim!

    Ô, abre a cortina do passado
    Tira a mãe preta do cerrado
    Bota o rei congo no congado
    Brasil, Brasil!

    Deixa cantar de novo o trovador
    À merencória luz da lua
    Toda canção do meu amor
    Quero ver essa Dona caminhando
    Pelos salões, arrastando
    O seu vestido rendado
    Brasil, Brasil, pra mim, pra mim!

    Brasil, terra boa e gostosa
    Da morena sestrosa
    De olhar indiscreto

    O Brasil, samba que dá
    Para o mundo se admirar
    O Brasil do meu amor
    Terra de Nosso Senhor
    Brasil, Brasil, pra mim, pra mim!

    Ô, esse coqueiro que dá coco
    Onde eu amarro a minha rede
    Nas noites claras de luar
    Ô, essas fontes murmurantes
    Onde eu mato a minha sede
    E onde a lua vem brincar

    Ô, esse Brasil lindo e trigueiro
    É o meu Brasil brasileiro
    Terra de samba e pandeiro
    Brasil, Brasil, pra mim, pra mim!

  • Easy To Love! H.D. #ProfHowdy

    25:26

    LYRICS:

    For you'd be so easy to love
    So easy to idolize all others above
    So sweet to waken with
    So nice to sit down to eggs and bacon with!

    We'd be so grand at the game
    So carefree together that it does seem a shame
    That you can't see
    Your future with me
    'Cause you'd be, oh, so easy to love!

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    (You'd Be So) Easy to Love is a popular song written by Cole Porter for William Gaxton to sing in the 1934 Broadway show Anything Goes. However Gaxton was unhappy about its wide vocal range and it was cut from the musical. Porter re-wrote it for the 1936 film Born to Dance, where it was introduced by Eleanor Powell, James Stewart, and Frances Langford under its alternate title, Easy to Love. The song was only later added to the 1987 and 2011 revivals of Anything Goes under the complete title You’d Be So Easy to Love”.

    Early hit versions were by Shep Fields, Frances Langford and Ray Noble. - Wikipedia

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    Cole Porter (1891 – 1964) was an American composer and songwriter. Born to a wealthy family in Indiana, he defied the wishes of his domineering grandfather and took up music as a profession. Classically trained, he was drawn to musical theatre. After a slow start, he began to achieve success in the 1920s, and by the 1930s he was one of the major songwriters for the Broadway musical stage. Unlike many successful Broadway composers, Porter wrote the lyrics as well as the music for his songs.

    Many great artists have recorded Porter songs, and dozens have released entire albums of his songs.

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    Each one of us needs to look after the good of the people around us, asking ourselves, “How can I help?” That’s exactly what J.e.s.u.s did. He didn’t make it easy for Himself by avoiding people’s troubles but waded right in and helped out.

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  • CAROLINE CAMPBELL / MOST BEAUTIFUL MELODY!! / THE MISSION

    3:58

    I simply love this melody!!! Gabriel's Oboe from the Mission (by beloved film composer Ennio Morricone).

    Performed on Oct 15, 2016 in Aparecida, Brazil at a free, live-broadcast concert of religious and spiritual songs by Andrea Bocelli..

    Thank you for watching!!

  • Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd - Desafinado

    5:51

    Desafinado, a Portuguese word (usually rendered into English as Out of Tune, or as Off Key), is the title of a bossa nova song composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim with lyrics (in Portuguese) by Newton Mendonça. The English language lyrics were written by Jon Hendricks and Jessie Cavanaugh. Another English lyric, more closely based on the original Portuguese lyric (but not a translation) was written by Gene Lees, and appears on some recordings as well. The version by Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd (from the album Jazz Samba) was a major hit in 1962, reaching 15 and 4 on Billboard's pop and easy-listening charts, respectively; their definitive rendering also reached No 11 in the UK, Ella Fitzgerald's version ranked number 38 on the charts.

    Jazz Samba is a bossa nova LP by Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd, released on the Verve label on April 20, 1962. Jazz Samba was the first major bossa-nova album on the American jazz scene. It was the real start of the bossa-nova excitement in America, which peaked in the mid-1960s. Though Stan Getz was the featured star of the album, it was very strongly inspired and designed by the guitarist Charlie Byrd. They were joined by two bassists (Keter Betts and Charlie's brother, Gene (Joe) Byrd), and two drummers (Buddy Deppenschmidt and Bill Reichenbach) for the recording at All Souls Church, Unitarian in Washington, D.C. on February 13, 1962, and it was released on April 20, that year as Verve LP V6-8432.

    Although it is often described as music by Brazilian composer Antonio Carlos Jobim, only two of the seven tracks on the album are Jobim compositions (Desafinado [Slightly Out of Tune] and Samba de Uma Nota Só [One Note Samba]), the rest being by other Brazilian composers and by Charlie Byrd. Getz won the Grammy for Best Jazz Performance of 1963 for the track Desafinado, and went on to make many other bossa-nova recordings, most notably with João Gilberto and Astrud Gilberto, and most famously The Girl From Ipanema.

    When I try to sing you say I'm off key
    Why can't you see how much this hurts me
    With your perfect beauty and your perfect pitch
    You're a perfect terror
    When I come around must you always put me down

    If you say my singing is off key my love
    You will hurt my feelings don't you see my love
    I wish I had an ear like yours
    A voice that would behave
    But all I have is feelings and a voice gone deaf

    You insist my music goes against the rules
    But rules were never meant for lovesick fools
    I wrote this little song for you but you don't care
    Its a crooked song oh but all my love is there

    The thing that you would see if you would play your part
    Is even if I'm out of tune I have a gentle heart
    I took your picture with my trusty rollaflex
    And now all I have developed is a complex

    Possibly in vain I hope you weaken oh my love
    And forget these rigid rules that undermine my dream of
    A life of love and music with someone who'll understand
    That even though I may be out of tune
    When I attempt to say how much I love you
    All that matters is the message that I bring
    Which is my dear one I love you

  • Luiz Bonfa - Passeio no Río

    3:10

    Luiz Floriano Bonfá (1922 – 2001) was a Brazilian guitarist and composer. He was best known for the compositions he penned for the film Black Orpheus.

    Luiz Floriano Bonfá was born on October 17, 1922, in Rio de Janeiro. He studied in Rio with Uruguayan classical guitarist Isaías Sávio from the age of 11. These weekly lessons entailed a long, harsh commute by train (2 1/2 hours one way) and on foot from his family home in Santa Cruz, the western rural outskirts of Rio de Janeiro to the teacher's home in the hills of Santa Teresa. Given Bonfá's extraordinary dedication and talent for the guitar, Sávio excused the youngster's inability to pay for his lessons.

    As a composer and performer, Bonfá was at heart an exponent of the bold, lyrical, lushly orchestrated, and emotionally charged samba-canção style that predated the arrival of João Gilberto's more refined and subdued bossa nova style. Jobim, João Donato, Dorival Caymmi, and other contemporaries were also essentially samba-canção musicians until the sudden, massive popularity of the young Gilberto's unique style of guitar playing and expressively muted vocals transformed the music of the day into the music of the future. Camus' film and Gilberto's and Jobim's collaborations with American jazzmen such as Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd did much to bring Brazilian popular music to the attention of the world, and Bonfá became a highly visible ambassador of Brazilian music in the United States beginning with the famous November 1962 Bossa Nova concert at New York's Carnegie Hall.


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  • Thomas Oboe Lee, Daphne…An imaginary ballet in three acts

    18:57

    Thomas Oboe Lee, Daphne…An imaginary ballet in three acts

    1. Apollo
    2. Daphne
    3. Fuga
    4. Apollo II
    5. Daphne II
    6. Tree Music

    Boston Modern Orchestra Project
    Gill Rose, conductor

    Thomas Oboe Lee (born September 5, 1945) is a Chinese American composer.
    Lee was born in Beijing, China. His family left Communist China in 1949, and lived in Hong Kong until 1959, when he moved to São Paulo, Brazil. He emigrated to the US in the summer of 1966.

    Lee's musical education began in Brazil during the Bossa Nova craze. He performed as a jazz flutist with many illustrious Brazilian musicians, including the singer/songwriter Chico Buarque de Hollanda. He continued his music education in the United States at the University of Pittsburgh, the New England Conservatory of Music and Harvard University. He has been a professor of music at Boston College, since the fall of 1990.

    In 1981, Lee and five other composers from the New England Conservatory formed a composers group called Composers in Red Sneakers. The group produced a number of successful concerts in the Boston-Cambridge area. Lee left the group in 1986 to live in Italy for a year when he won the 1987 Rome Prize Fellowship.

    Lee's music has won many other awards and Fellowships: two Guggenheim Fellowship awards, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, two Massachusetts Artists Foundation Fellowships, the 1985 Charles Ives Fellowship from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, First Prize at the 1983 Friedheim Kennedy Center Awards for his Third String Quartet ... child of Uranus, father of Zeus, and recording grants from the Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund, and the Aaron Copland Fund for Music.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
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  • 3/ SKYGGE - One Note Samba // COMPOSED WITH AI

    3:07

    'Hello World' album out now. Composed with artificial intelligence and artists like Stromae, Kiesza... The whole album here:
    LIEN STREAM/DOWNLOAD ALBUM:
    LIEN LYRICS VIDEO ‘Magic Man’:
    Liens SPOTIFY:
    LIEN CLIP ‘Hello Shadow’ Feat. Kiesza:
    + artists: Kyrie Kristmanson, Ash Workman, Camille Bertault, the Pirouettes, Médéric Collignon, C. Duncan, Michael Lovett, Jata, Catastrophe (Pierre Jouan), The Bionix, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sarah Yu Zeebroeke…


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    Credit:
    Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Lyrics: Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Audio stems generated: drums, bass, pads, voices (generated from The Pirouettes)

    Vocals: SKYGGE
    Performance synths, electric bass: Michael Lovett
    Additional sounds and synths: SKYGGE
    Mixed by Ash Workman & Fred Decès
    Produced by SKYGGE & Ash Workman

    François Pachet and SKYGGE happen to love Antonio Carlos Jobim, the great Brazilian composer, and they wanted to do a cover of his famous song One Note Samba with Flow Machines. SKYGGE put together generated stems with drums, bass and pads and right away got awesome results: a singular and catchy tune with great harmonies and timbre. The harmonies are a bit different from the original but do not betray the logic of the song. The chord progression brings a Jobimian touch to the melody through unexpected harmonic modulations.
    A few days before, the French band The Pirouettes had come to the studio and had uploaded two songs from their first album Carrément, Carrément. We generated vocals from these recordings for One Note Samba, and that was it!
    Fans of The Pirouettes may recognize words from their original songs…
    Ash Workman and Michael Lovett added a vintage drums loop and synths. Michael Lovett played the same bass pattern as the one generated by Flow Machines.


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    “Hello World” is the first multi-artist music album composed with Artificial Intelligence. Its goal is to show that AI can be used to create new, compelling music, and not mere lab demos. The album is intended to become a landmark album in the history of technology and music creation.

    This project started as a research project (the Flow-Machines project, conducted at Sony Computer Science Laboratories and University Paris 6, and funded by the ERC) in which scientists were looking for algorithms to capture and reproduce musical “style”. Many scientific and technical results were obtained. Some prototypes were built, with rudimentary interfaces (and lots of bugs). However, the novelty and huge potential of the approach triggered the attention of a few talented musicians who joined the team. In 2016, we launched a song in the style of the Beatles, Daddy’s car, as well as a less conventional title (Mr. Shadow) that would become the theme of this album.

    Then more musicians came. At some point, artists took control, and the scientific project became a music project.

    This album is the result of this story. All the songs were created by artists using the technology: composers, singers, musicians, producers, sound engineers, in many musical genres (Pop, Electronic, Ambient, Jazz). With this diversity of skills, we had a single objective: use these new technologies to create novel, interesting music, yet music that would please our ears. Most importantly, music that the artists wanted to make!

    Melodic twists, harmonic surprises, timbral juxtapositions, with a strong sense of direction and with the uncompromising goal of making really good music, music that can touch and challenge the fan base of the artists.
    ......

    This album was curated by Benoit Carré, head of SKYGGE and member of the Flow-Machines team. He worked with many musicians: Stromae, Kiesza, Kyrie Kristmanson, Camille Bertault, the Pirouettes, Médéric Collignon, C. Duncan, NZCA Lines, Jata and many others.

    This is the story of musicians who met in the lab, and took control of the technology to compose the music they had in their souls and which was unleashed by the AI.


    You can follow the project here:

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    The research has been conducted by Sony Computer Science Laboratories Paris(Sony CSL Paris) and Pierre et Marie Curie University (UPMC)

  • Irma

    1:35

    Work: Irma (Waltz)
    Composer: Attilio Bernardini (1888-1975) (Brazil)
    Performer: Edson Lopes
    Level: Basic
    Edition: Edson Lopes
    Sheet Music available in:
    Guitar: Geraldo Silva
    Model: Diamond - Maple, 2014

  • ♥ Feelings - by The Lettermen

    2:46

    Song: Feelings
    Singers: The Lettermen
    Album: Make a Time for Lovin'

    Song Composer: Morris Albert



    About the composer of this song:

    From wikipedia:

    Morris Albert (born Maurício Alberto Kaisermann, 7 September 1951, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil[1]) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter, famous for his 1975 hit single Feelings.

    Albert began his career singing and playing guitar for a number of bands. In 1973, at a time when many Brazilian artists were using anglicised names in attempts to break into the US market, he released his first album, which featured Feelings, the song that would eventually bring him worldwide success. The international release of Feelings sold over 300.000 copies and reached #45 on the Billboard Magazine Hot 100 in 1975 [2] and #2 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary charts.

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  • Flausino Vale: Prelúdio No. 24 Viva São João

    2:07

    The Prelude Viva São João is the No. 24 in the series of the 26 Characteristic and Concertante Preludes for Solo Violin. This series of Preludes is the foremost work by the Brazilian composer Flausino Vale (1894-1954). This Prelude was composed in the 1940s and is dedicated to the famous violinist Isaac Stern. The Prelude Viva São João is a short piece, as are the rest of the 26 Preludes. Written in a simple formal structure where a theme is presented at the beginning and is soon interrupted by a new melodic episode that then gives space for the return of the original theme that closes the Prelude in just over two minutes of music. This prelude reminds us of the June celebration of St. John in Brazil, with its cheerful and dancing atmosphere. It also expresses Valle's dedication to the themes of popular and folk culture in rural Brazil, so well represented in his Preludes. (Text by Prof. Hermes Cuzzuol, D.M.A.)

    O Prelúdio Viva São João é o de número XXIV na série dos 26 Prelúdios Característicos e Concertantes para Violino Só, a obra mais importante do compositor mineiro, natural de Barbacena, Flausino Vale (1894-1954). Esse Prelúdio foi composto na década de 1940 e dedicado ao famoso violinista Isaac Stern. O Prelúdio Viva São João é uma peça curta, como também são as demais do conjunto dos 26 Prelúdios. Escrito em uma estrutura formal simples onde um tema é apresentado no início e logo é entrecortado por um novo episódio melódico que em seguida dá espaço para o retorno do tema original que encerra o Prelúdio em pouco mais de dois minutos de música. Esse prelúdio nos remete aos folguedos juninos de São João, com sua atmosfera alegre e dançante, e também expressa a dedicação de Valle aos temas da cultura popular e folclórica do Brasil rural, tão bem representada em seus Prelúdios. (Texto escrito pelo Prof. Hermes Cuzzuol, D.M.A.)

  • O Pato

    2:22

    Work: O Pato (Bossa Nova)
    Composer: Jaime Silva (1921-1973) (Brazil)
    Performer: Edson Lopes
    Level: Intermediary
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    Lyrics:

  • Azymuth - As Curvas da Estrada de Santos

    6:03

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    Following 2019’s release of Azymuth’s Demos (1973-75), two more home-recorded demo tracks by the Brazilian psychedelic jazz-funk masters have surfaced from a tape in drummer Ivan Conti’s private archive. These five-decade old recordings by the young band show the maturity, musicianship and distinctive style that saw Azymuth become one of the most important groups in Brazilian history.

    Featuring an instrumental take on Roberto and Erasmo Carlos’ 1969 Jovem Guarda hit “As Curvas da Estrada de Santos”, and spacey psych-folk oddity “Zé e Paraná”, the new 7” release via Far Out Recordings shines yet more light on this critical period for Azymuth.

    As is the case with many of Brazil’s pop icons, Roberto and Erasmo Carlos had been backed by Bertrami, Malheiros and Conti either on stage, in the studio, or with compositions (in Bertami’s case) since the late sixties. Conti notes that “As Curvas da Estrada de Santos” was a big hit in Brazil when it came out in ‘69 and had already been covered by Elis Regina a year later.

    But where both Elis’ version and the original were grand pop-rock ballads, Azymuth’s take is a moody, melodic jazz excursion, featuring Bertami’s incredible Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes and grand piano juggling, Ivan Mamao Conti’s distinctively tough drums, and unusually, Alex Malheiros plays a double bass instead of an electric one.

    As the title suggests, “Zé e Paraná” is guitarist João Américo (Paraná) playing alongside Bertami’s Rhodes comping, synth embellishments and dreamy wordless vocals. While credited as the composer and guitarist on “Linha do Horizonte” a track from Azymuth’s debut album which would become the theme tune for a famous novella, Paraná has to this day, remained relatively unknown.

    Both tracks were recorded in Jose Roberto Bertrami’s house in Rio de Janiero at some point between 1973-75. These tracks were not recorded in a professional studio, meaning the sound quality differs from other Azymuth releases. At Far Out we take great pride and extreme care in ensuring our releases and reissues are produced to the best possible sound quality. In this case the original source material had not aged well and was considerably damaged. The sound has been restored to the best possible condition but there is still some noticeable tape hiss and slight distortion on ‘Zé e Paraná’. For this reason, we strongly advise listening to preview clips before buying this release.

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  • Pianist Sergio Gallo plays Eponina by Ernesto Nazareth, Brazilian composer

    4:24

    FOR A SHARPER PICTURE click the gear-wheel icon below the video and select 360p.
    Brazilian-born pianist Sergio Gallo, who lives and teaches in Atlanta, included five Brazilian composers on his CD Mostly Villa-Lobos. This piece is by Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934), whose elegant salon style was fashionable in Brazil during the early decades of the last century. Nazareth composed over 200 works, synthesizing the various elements of Brazilian music. This charming waltz shows the influence of Chopin on Nazareth, whom Villa-Lobos described as the true incarnation of the Brazilian soul.
    That Brazilian soul finds a sensitive and artistic interpreter in Sergio, whose delicate yet precise touch creates a wonderfully soothing, calming and uplifting mood in this sweet morsel of melodic beauty.
    I filmed the wildflowers one spring a few years ago when we had an exceptionally good year for wildflowers. The main locations are Gorman, halfway between Los Angeles and Bakersfield; Figueroa Mountain in the Santa Ynez valley; and the California poppy reserve in Antelope Valley.
    I'm hoping you'll use this video for both relaxation and mindful meditation. The calming music by itself will soothe your emotions, as will the natural beauty and the lovely colors of the wildflowers. Try to let your mind stop thinking or worrying about anything else, by focusing your full attention on the visual and musical beauty, as it flows by, moment by moment. You can practice training your attention to become steady and focused, by trying to pay full attention to the music and video, continuously, throughout one complete scene, just a few seconds long, until it dissolves into the next scene.

  • Manhã de Carnaval 1080p

    45:56

    Manhã de Carnaval (Morning of Carnival), is the most popular song by Brazilian composer Luiz Bonfá and lyricist Antônio Maria.

    Manhã de Carnaval appeared as a principal theme in the 1959 Portuguese-language film Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus) by French director Marcel Camus, with a soundtrack that also included a number of memorable songs by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes, as well as another composition by Bonfá (Samba de Orfeu). Manhã de Carnaval appears in multiple scenes in the film, including versions sung or hummed by both the principal characters (Orfeu and Euridice), as well as an instrumental version, so that the song has been described as the main musical theme of the film. In the portion of the film in which the song is sung by the character Orfeu, portrayed by Breno Mello, the song was dubbed by Agostinho dos Santos. The song was initially rejected for inclusion in the film by Camus, but Bonfá was able to convince the director that the music for Manhã de Carnaval was superior to the song Bonfá composed as a replacement. Orfeu Negro was an international success (winning, for example, an Academy Award in 1960), and brought the song to a large audience.

    Manhã de Carnaval became one of the first compositions identified with Bossa Nova to gain popularity outside Brazil. Particularly in the United States, the song is considered to be one of the most important Brazilian Jazz/Bossa songs that helped establish the Bossa Nova movement in the late 1950s. Manhã de Carnaval has become a jazz standard in the USA, while it is still performed regularly by a wide variety of musicians around the world in its vocalized version or just as an instrumental one. In the United States, the song is also known as A Day in the Life of a Fool, Carnival, Theme from Black Orpheus, or simply Black Orpheus. In France, the song is also known as La Chanson d'Orphée. The song is also known by the Spanish title Mañana de Carnaval. All versions of foreign texts were written by lyricists other than Antônio Maria, using Bonfá's original music. - Wikipedia

    Mantovani Version:

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    SONG LIST:

    Manha De Carnival - Arthur Fiedler & The Boston Pops

    Manha De Carnival - 101 Strings Orchestra

    Manha De Carnival - Percy Faith Orchestra

    Manha De Carnival - Luiz Bonfá

    Carnaval (Manha De Carnival) - Perry Como

    BONUS:

    No Other Love - Norman Luboff Choir

    No Other Love - Wurlitzer Pipe Organ

    Beneath The Southern Cross - Robert Russell Bennett

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    Music From When Lyrics Were
    Both Beautiful & Romantic!

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    SONG INFO:

    Carnival - Perry Como
    12:42 - 16:09

    Manha De Carnaval (from 'Orphe Negro') - Percy Faith Orchestra
    7:14 - 9:58

    Mañana De Carnaval - Instrumental 101 Orchestra
    3:19 - 7:09

    No Other Love - The Norman Luboff Choir
    16:14 - 19:33

    Victory At Sea: Beneath The Southern Cross - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
    23:03 - 26:59

    Manhã De Carnaval (1959) (Bonus Track) - Caterina Valente, Luiz Bonfá
    10:14 - 12:32

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  • Aquarela do Brasil | Composer: Ary Barroso | By: Chris Lougeay Quartet

    2:05

    Awesome samba music from Chris Lougeay and his jazz band.

    Aquarela do Brasil was written by Ary Barroso in 1939 and is one of the most famous songs to come from Brazil. It has been performed by many accomplished musicians and is widely recognized the world over.

    The Chris Lougeay Jazz Quartet features Brazillian drummer Illana Queiroz on percussion, Ian Harland on Vibraphone and (off camera) Harley Magsino on upright bass. Chris himself rounds out the ensemble on guitar. This live musical recording was made at the Lomas Santa Fe country club on October 1st, 2015. A beautiful sunset was occurring as the band delighted the patrons of The Rancho Coastal Humane Society fundraiser.

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  • Tico-tico no fuba Dheon violonista

    2:29

    great brazilian composer, Zequinha de Abreu was born in 1880. Done great things as the very famous (in the Twentieth Century) Branca ... tribute to his beloved, Miss Branca Barreto who, seduced by a traveling salesman, died of grief. The other major work is even more famous and it is the object of this video, made ​​in 1917, was called jigsaw in the meal but changed to fret because the cornmeal, the story goes, there would be music of another composer (certainly Canhoto ) having the name.
    Internationally, Tico-Tico no fubá in the late 1940s, figured in several American films, was sung and recorded by Carmem Miranda and it is one of Brazil's most recorded songs of all times.

    Zequinha de Abreu grande compositor brasileiro, nasceu em 1880. Realizou grandes obras como a famosíssima (no Século XX) Branca... homenagem à sua amada, Srta Branca Barreto que, seduzida por um caixeiro viajante, acabou morrendo de desgosto. A outra grande obra também muito famosa é o objeto deste vídeo, composta em 1917, chamava-se tico-tico no farelo mas mudou para tico-tico no fubá porque, segundo a história, haveria música de outro compositor (certamente Canhoto) que tinha aquele nome.
    Internacionalmente, Tico-tico no fubá no fim da década de 1940, figurou em vários filmes americanos, foi gravado por Camem Miranda e é uma das músicas brasileiras mais gravadas de todos os tempos
    Vídeo sem fim lucrativo, de Carlos Albereto da Cunha Barros

  • Harry Edison, Garota de Ipanema

    3:05

    The American trumpeter, composer, arranger, songwriter and bandleader Harry 'Sweets' Edison (1915-1999) plays his arrangement of one of the most famous bossa novas of all time, 'Garota de Ipanema' ('The Girl From Ipanema'), written in 1962 by the Brazilian composer, arranger, pianist, guitarist, flutist and singer Tom Jobim (1927-1994), with lyrics by the Brazilian composer, poet, lyricist, essayist, playwright, diplomat, guitarist and singer Vinicius de Moraes (1913-1980). With views of my hometown, the marvellous city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Recorded in the album 'Sweets for the Sweet Taste of Love' (1964).

    Original lyrics in Brazilian Portuguese:

    Olha que coisa mais linda,
    mais cheia de graça
    É ela, menina que vem e que passa
    Num doce balanço, caminho do mar

    Moça do corpo dourado
    do sol de Ipanema
    O seu balançado é mais que um poema
    É a coisa mais linda que eu já vi passar!

    Ah, por que estou tão sozinho?
    Ah, por que tudo é tão triste?
    Ah, a beleza que existe
    A beleza que não é só minha
    Que também passa sozinha...

    Ah, se ela soubesse
    que quando ela passa
    O mundo inteirinho se enche de graça
    E fica mais lindo
    por causa do amor...

  • Chopin vs. Jobim, Chopins Prelude #4 compared to Jobims How Insensitive

    11:51

    A performance of Chopin's Prelude in Em, Op. 28 #4. Was Antonio Carlos Jobim influenced by this piece by Chopin, when he wrote his classic composition How Insensitive? An exploration of both pieces to compare their similarities. 4 steps of comparison. Tutorial to follow if you wish. Please go to website for free scores and Jazz Piano Book.

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