Complete your Quarteto Novo collection.
Quarteto Novo – Quarteto Novo. Label: Odeon – MOFB 3503. This extremely important album was one of the earliest to mix influences from traditional Brazilian folk forms with Jazz sensibilities. Out of print since the mid 70's, it has recently been re-issued to the south american market.
The sole album by the legendary Quarteto Novo was released by the Odeon label in 1967 and was accorded various coveted Brazilian artistic prizes, including the Troféu Roquette Pinto and the Troféu Imprensa. The band was made up of four now legendary Brazilian musicians: percussionist Airto Moreira; bassist, guitarist, and violinist Theo de Barros; guitarist, violinist, violist, and sometimes banjo player Heraldo do Monte (these three musicians all being members of the previous Trio Novo); and later arrival Hermeto Pascoal. Quarteto Novo - and their patron and songwriting collaborator Geraldo Vandré - had a deep, some would say obsessional, interest in American bebop; combine them and you have something very special indeed. Though in many ways, these eight songs sound somewhat quaint to undisciplined in the 21st century, the opposite is actually quite true.
Quarteto Novo only released one album, yet they number amongst one of the more influential acts in Brazilian music. Originally set up as a trio by a pharmaceutical company who wanted a live band at an event, they were then picked up by Geraldo Vandré (who was, at that time in 1966, the winner of a Brazilian music popularity competition) for a tour of the Brazilian North East.
Profile: Short-lived Brazilian quartet formed in 1967. Percussionist Airto Moreira, guitarist Heraldo Do Monte and bassist Theo De Barros were known as Trio Novo. Hermeto Pascoal joined them and the group changed its name to Quarteto Novo. They were the first band to play a sound associated with Northeastern Brazil, based on baião and mixed with jazz improvisations. Despite recording just one eponomous album the group have had a significant influence on Brazilian music. Members: Airto Moreira, Heraldo Do Monte, Hermeto Pascoal, Theo De Barros.
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Momento de descontração do "Quarteto Novo" em ensaio para o Carnaval 2015! Gréia total! Rosana Simpson, Rosana Simpson, Maira Meira, Luciana Gama,Sonnia Aguiar Kwanza Produções.
Find sources: "Quarteto Novo" album – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (March 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. March 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Learn how and when to remove this template message). 1967 studio album by Quarteto Novo. Quarteto Novo is a 1967 album by the Brazilian jazz quartet Quarteto Novo. It was the band's only album. O Ôvo" (Geraldo Vandré, Hermeto Pascoal) - 02:17. Fica Mal Com Deus" (Geraldo Vandré) - 3:27. Canto Geral" (Geraldo Vandré, Hermeto Pascoal) - 03:43. Algodão" – (Luiz Gonzaga, Zé Dantas) - 07:19. Canta Maria" (Geraldo Vandré) - 2:45.
This album, though, is special and one I wouldn't hesitate in recommending to anyone delighted by the magic of music.
|A2||Fica Mal Com Deus|
|B4||Vim De Sant'ana|
- Record Company – Indústrias Elétricas E Musicais Fábrica Odeon S.A.
|UICY-76398||Quarteto Novo||Quarteto Novo (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Odeon||UICY-76398||Japan||2014|
|789630 2||Quarteto Novo||Quarteto Novo (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Odeon||789630 2||Brazil||2002|
|5099921674624||Quarteto Novo||Quarteto Novo (CD, Album, RE, RM)||EMI||5099921674624||Europe||2008|
|SC 10.003||Quarteto Novo||Quarteto Novo (LP, RE)||Odeon||SC 10.003||Brazil||1973|
|5797831, 7896301, MOFB 3503||Quarteto Nôvo*||Quarteto Novo (LP, Album, RE)||EMI Music Brasil, EMI Music Brasil, Amazon Records , Amazon Records , Odeon||5797831, 7896301, MOFB 3503||Brazil||2003|