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Brejeiro (Nazareth, Ernesto)
Ary Vasconcelos tells us in his book Panorama da Musica Popular Brasileira that Nazareth was a “devoted family brejeoro who often gave the songs he composed titles in honor of his son, sometimes his wife, or another relative. Inhe wrote his “Odeon,” still a highly popular classic today, for Cinema Odeon.
naazreth Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. From a needy family, he was soon introduced to the piano by his mother. Many of his compositions remain part of the repertory today. Views Read Edit View history. Ernesto Nazareth was the one who would establish firmly, through his compositions, the precursor of choro, the so-called Brazilian tango he rejected the term maxixe.
From then on, he became self-taught, specializing in popular repertoire. His mother, Carolina da Cunha gave him his first piano lessons. At this time, he began his professional career playing in cafes, balls, society parties and in the waiting rooms of movie theaters.
Inat the age of 17, he made his first public appearance at the Mozart Club. Inhe recorded for Odeon the tango “Escovando,” and the polca still today very popular “Apanhei-Te, Cavaquinho,” labeled as choro. Inhe began to compose fashionable songs like foxes, marchas carnavalescas Carnival marchesor sambas.
Streams Videos All Posts. After her death, inhe became Eduardo Madeira’s pupil, then Lucien Lambert’s.
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He began to bend toward the Brazilian tango which is completely different from the Argentinean tango, resembling very much the choro when he wrote the polca-tango “Rayon d’or” in the s. Travesso was dedicated to his son Ernesto, Marieta and Eulina to his two daughters, Dora to his wife Theodora, Brejeiro to his nephew Gilbert, etc. The following year, he participated in a concert held at the National Institute of Music, playing the gavotte Corbeille de fleurs and the tango Batuque.
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Introspection Late Night Partying. Inhe was admitted as an employee of the Tesouro Nacional, but didn’t remain there because he feared not being selected in the examination. Inhe escaped, and was found three days later after intense search dead in a waterfall Cachoeira dos Nazaeeth by drowning.
InCasa Vieira Machado published his famous tango Brejeiro. Nazareth was progressively losing his hering due to an old accident, which always was another great frustration of his.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. Escovado “Escovado”, composed and recorded by Ernesto Nazareth. Influenced by African rhythms and many musical styles like the Lundu and the Choro he never fully accepted this influence, refusing to give popular names to his compositions. Genre Latin Classical International.