Various - História Da Música Popular Brasileira - Assis Valente download mp3 album
Album cover for História da Música Popular Brasileira collection. Title: História da Música Popular Brasileira – Lamartine Babo album. Creator: Elifas Andreato. Argumento magazine 4.
Música popular brasileira or MPB is a trend in post-bossa nova urban popular music in Brazil that revisits typical Brazilian styles such as samba, samba-canção and baião and other Brazilian regional music, combining them with foreign influences, such as jazz and rock. This movement has produced and is represented by many renowned Brazilian artists, such as Jorge Ben Jor, Novos Baianos, Chico Buarque and Dominguinhos, whose individual styles generated their own trends within the genre
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Compilation by various artists. Ponteio by Edu Lobo & Marília Medalha (featuring Momentoquatro). Dadá Maria by Gal Costa (featuring Renato Teixeira). Ela, Felicidade by Claudette Soares. Minha Gente by Ronnie Von. Eu e a Brisa by Márcia. Bom Dia by Gal Costa. O Combatente by Jair Rodrigues. A Moreninha by Gilberto Gi. .E Fim! by Claudette Soares. Maria, Carnaval e Cinzas by Luíz Carlos Paraná. O Milagre by João Mello.
The dramatic history of the great and distinguished Brazilian popular music composer Assis Valente begins with him being kidnapped at six years of age from his parents, by a guy called Laurindo, who thought he'd be better in other hands, to work as a semi-slave for family Canna Brasil in Alagoinhas, BA. Never again he would see his parents or brothers. He worked all day long and was forced to study at night. At that time, Assis Valente already was extremely fond of declaiming poetry. His preferred poets were Guerra Junqueiro and Castro Alves, both deeply engaged in social critic, mainly against slavery. Assis Valente's compositional style was based in a chronicle of the city of Rio de Janeiro in those times of fast modernization. Through the picturesque facets he always aimed to expose the authentic Brazilian aspects.
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