Music in Brazil. Ted Goertzel Rutgers University at Camden email@example.com. Brazil as presented in the Lonely Planet Guide Book. Brazilians are among the most musical people on the planet Wherever you go you will find people playing music, singing and dancing
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\'Jazz Samba Encore\' is a more muted affair than its predecessors \'Jazz Samba\' and \'Big Band\'. Although featuring both men, the emphasis is more on Luiz Bonfa than Antonio Carlos Jobim, and Bonfa\'s songs \'lack\' Jobim\'s pop instincts, favouring a restrained, more groove-based effect, which can be quietly intoxicating, Getz\'s melancholy sax contributing to the mood. Even more upbeat songs like \'So Danco Samba\', despite its title, are more of a late night shuffle than a beach monster.
So Danco Samba (I Only Dance Samba)
“How did Brazil become the “Kingdom of Samba” only a few decades after abolishing slavery in 1888? Anthropologist Hermano Vianna shows that samba traditions were invented through complex cultural mediations. This postmodern approach sets Vianna’s work apart from most writing on samba.
“The ‘discovery’ of samba by the young Brazilian intellectuals of the 1920s [in Rio] provides examples of ‘the invention of tradition’ [Hobsbawm] or the ‘fabrication of authenticity’ [Peterson].”
Central Business District
Pão de Azucar, Botafogo Beach Corcovado
Southern Zone: luxury beach front neighborhoods plus favelas
Sérgio Buarque de Holanda, Historian
One evening in 1926, a group of young intellectuals, including these three and classical composer and pianist Luciano Gallet and journalist Pedro Dantas Prudente de Morais went out for a night of guitar movement and a drop of cachaça with three samba players...
Heitor Villa-Lobos, Classical Composer
A Floresta de Amazonas,
Suite I, Dance I
The first record (pelo telefone) was registered as a Samba by Donga in 1916, the first Samba schools started around 1928, but it was derived from other musical forms and there is dispute about what is or is not a Samba.
The most popular Brazilian singer at the time, actually a Hollywood film star.
Bossa nova initiated a new style of playing and singing. The more operatic, florid style of singing was replaced by a quieter, more relaxed sound; remember the soft, smooth The Girl from Ipanema, composed by the late Antonio Carlos (Tom) Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes
At the end of the 1960s the movement known as tropicalismo burst onto the scene. Tropicalismo provoked a kind of general amnesty for all the forgotten musical traditions of the past. The leading figures — Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Rita Lee, Maria Betania an Gal Costa believed that all musical styles were important and relevant. All the styles and traditions in Brazilian music, plus North American rock and pop, could be freely mixed.
Caetano Veloso, Onde o Rio e Mais Baiano
Gilberto Gil – Quilombo or El Dorado Negro on Brazil Classics, Beleza Tropical
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O Samba e o Tango "Chegou a Hora"
(Samba de Amado Régis)
Aquas do Marco