Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD, Album) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac


Download Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD, Album)
2014
Label: Kitty Records - 3133-6 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Fusion, Latin Jazz

Inas a consequence of F. Roosevelt's good neighbor policy, which was stimulated by the intention of solidification of the relations between the U. Their mission was two-fold: to spread the culture of America via orchestral concerts, and to compile and record the musical production of each visited country for posterity.

Stokowski looked for Brazil's biggest erudite composer, Heitor Villa-Lobos, and asked him to choose the best carioca music. Villa-Lobos was an admirer of Cartola's music, and became a frequenter of his hut on the hill. He turned into a kind of godfather, introducing him to several opportunities, such as the movie Descobrimento do Brasil From the 40 songs recorded by Stokowski, Columbia published only 16 on two collections of four 78 rpm records, under the title Columbia Presents: Native Brazilian Music by Leopold Stokowski.

Only the last one was included on the record. Between andMangueira was a vice-champion, always with Cartola as master of harmony and official composer. But the election of Hermes Rodrigues to the presidency of the school marked the beginning of a long period of ostracism for Cartola. Rodrigues who, interested in the commercial aspect of Carnival, hired a professor to judge the sambas in the school's internal contest.

With popular acceptance of his samba style declining, Cartola drowned himself in alcohol and disappeared from the artistic environment he also barely survived a bout with meningitis and became even poorer and more miserable. At the end of the '50s, Cartola worked for the second time in a movie, the famous Orfeu de Carnaval "Black Orpheus".

Soon after, he received permission to occupy a large house for free, the property of the city, where he created the idea of the restaurant and showroom ZiCartola, later established at the Rua da Carioca, The ZiCartola was an enormous success from the start. It promoted cultural enthusiasm for samba and was an epochal event for spreading the hill's music among the carioca middle class.

But Cartola and Zica's administrative amateurism made the enterprise a commercial failure, and the ZiCartola was sold to Jackson do Pandeiro in With his own hands and old knowledge of masonry, he built his house with no help.

Overall, between and13 songs were issued by Cartola in 78 rpm records. From to20 more appeared, besides other special appearances he made as a composer. Unanimously acclaimed by the critics and the public, the record wasn't a commercial success, as the record company, specialized in historic documentation and didn't have a competitive scheme of distribution. Cartola, whose self-imposed absence from participating in the Mangueira contests sincefinally decided to return in He received countless invitations for shows and presentations, his music was included in broadly popular soap operas, and his figure was portrayed in several TV documentaries.

At last, the old Cartola began to receive a little of the attention he deserved. With close to composed songs, and a tardy acknowledgment of his genius, Angenor de Oliveira the Cartola, died of cancer Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD Sunday, November 30, His simple, authentic, and unpretentious way of being and writing can be admired in his testimony to the Movimento newspaper Rio de Janeiro, November 16, : "I have a profound love for the flowers and for the women who had pretended me.

For his fans, this is reason enough to look forward to his future recordings with great anticipation. Do you still live there? One of its principal characteristics is that from there you can see the most beautiful view of Rio de Janeiro.

He entered a small, almost deserted cinema; there were only about six people in the theater. Behind him sat a young couple. In the '40s and '50s, there was no television in Brazil.

And on the radio, the live shows were the stage for the great stars of popular music. I learned to like this. I grew up hearing, in addition to all these women, the equally powerful voice of my father, who imitated the great male singers of the period: Orlando Silva, Francisco Alves, Moreira da Silva, Jorge Veiga, Cyro Monteiro, and Miltinho.

My father in turn took it upon himself to make sure that I learned the syncopated sambas of the great bambas [crack sambistas ]: Geraldo Pereira, Jorge Veiga, Moreira da Silva, and many others. It's difficult for me now to remember specifically one samba or another, for my old man's repertoire was really varied. It couldn't have been otherwise. I was, so to speak, predestined. I learned to sing. In reality, my great teacher of singing not to mention of music was Elis Regina.

I learned a lot hearing essa mulher [that woman; also the title of a song by Joyce and Ana Terra that Elis Regina recorded Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD her album of the same name]. Since then I never lost contact with music. The rest, I think, you can imagine. It can all become even more delicious, depending on the dressing. In the same way, the musical influences of my life are my parents singing, the radio playing, and the '70s.

I recognize that it's fundamental to be always seeking the future in the past, Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD.

But we mixed our own music with all the influences I mentioned earlier: the whole tradition of Brazilian music. These two albums couldn't have been more different, and they set your dual style of simultaneously looking forward and backward.

My partnership with Paulo Baiano led me to become acquainted with other universes. I myself am surprised at this ability to move naturally through such different styles. How did you end up with this gem? I already knew this samba quite well. But I think that it's only my contribution to an important disc in which I had the honor of being invited to participate. What strikes the listener at least this listener about your singing style is that it was both technically and emotionally mature and fully in control from the very beginning of your recording career.

No struggle with the material was ever apparent. It's as if you'd sprung fully formed as a complete professional. What did you do to prepare? I just like to sing. I like to do this. At times I have to force myself to think of other things.

In what year was it aired, and what were the circumstances? I assume this was a singing role. What did you sing? I said yes imagine if I'd let this chance slip by! I sang two very well-known songs from Orlando Silva's repertoire.

They were "Rosa" by Pixinguinha and "Carinhoso," also by maestro Pixinguinha, with lyrics by Braguinha.

It would be very interesting to hear your versions. Did you imitate Orlando's style? Could you tell us something about the background to this production? We were in his house and began to rehearse a repertoire for a series of shows in Rio de Janeiro. We became excited with the results, and it all ended up inside a studio in Lapa. We were joined by Marcos Suzano, and without rehearsals, in two weeks, the disc was ready.

It was an absolutely jazz-like experience. Everything live and spontaneous, as in jam sessions, only with samba. Teca Calazans also heard it, liked it, and released it on her label Buda Musique, in France. And thanks to all of that, we're here now, having this conversation.

How did you get those songs? Who made the decision? But here's the answer. As one of the artists under contract to SACI, there I was in order to sing two sambas that I had selected from a long list presented to me by the producers. I'm glad you liked it. Here in Brazil the disc is absolutely unknown and rare. How do the two of you collaborate? From the 40 songs recorded by Stokowski, Columbia published only 16 on two collections of four 78 rpm records, under the title Columbia Presents: Native Brazilian Music by Leopold Stokowski.

Only the last one was included on the record. Between andMangueira was a vice-champion, always with Cartola as master of harmony and official composer.

But the election of Hermes Rodrigues to the presidency of the school marked the beginning of a long period of ostracism for Cartola. Rodrigues who, interested in the commercial aspect of Carnival, hired a professor to judge the sambas in the school's internal contest. With popular acceptance of his samba style declining, Cartola drowned himself in alcohol and disappeared from the artistic environment he also barely survived a bout with meningitis and became even poorer and more miserable.

At the end of the '50s, Cartola worked for the second time in a movie, the famous Orfeu de Carnaval "Black Orpheus". Soon after, he received permission to occupy a large house for free, the property of the city, where he created the idea of the restaurant and showroom ZiCartola, later established at the Rua da Carioca, The ZiCartola was an enormous success from the start.

It promoted cultural enthusiasm for samba and was an epochal event for spreading the hill's music among the carioca middle class. But Cartola and Zica's administrative amateurism made the enterprise a commercial failure, and the ZiCartola was sold to Jackson do Pandeiro in With his own hands and old knowledge of masonry, he built his house with no help.

Overall, between and13 songs were issued by Cartola in 78 rpm records. From to20 more appeared, besides other special appearances he made as Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD composer. Unanimously acclaimed by the critics and the public, the record wasn't a commercial success, as the record company, specialized in historic documentation and didn't have a competitive scheme of distribution. Cartola, whose self-imposed absence from participating in the Mangueira contests sincefinally decided to return in He received countless invitations for shows and presentations, his music was included in broadly popular soap operas, and his figure was portrayed in several TV documentaries.

At last, the old Cartola began to receive a little of the attention he deserved. With close to composed songs, and a tardy acknowledgment of his genius, Angenor Samba Eterno - Carioca (5) - Dusk (CD Oliveira the Cartola, died of cancer on Sunday, November 30, His simple, authentic, and unpretentious way of being and writing can be admired in his testimony to the Movimento newspaper Rio de Janeiro, November 16, : "I have a profound love for the flowers and for the women who had pretended me.


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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Carioca - Dusk at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Carioca collection/5(5).
  2. カリオカ (CARIOCA) は、年代から年代にかけて活動していた日本のフュージョン バンド。 サンバやボサノヴァをベースにしたラテン系サウンドで今なお根強い人気を持つ。 結成当初のバンド名はサンバ・カリオカ (Samba Calioca.
  3. You Used To Love Me/CD 5 songs His first two albums, Between Dusk and Dreaming and Under One Sky, firmly established him as one of the foremost guitarists and composers in the genre, perfectly blending his fluid and emotive guitar style into an exciting, .
  4. The history of Cartola is intertwined with the history of urban carioca samba, from the s through the end of the century. He was the partner of legendary Noel Rosa, he had his compositions recorded by virtually all acknowledged Brazilian interpreters, and he was a founder of Escola de Samba Estácio Primeira de Mangueira, (Samba School of Mangueira), one of the most famed samba schools of.
  5. In April 28, , he helped found the Samba School of Mangueira (a carioca hill over which the poor people established themselves) and was charged with being the school's master of harmony. The school's first parade, still in , opened with the first samba composed by Cartola, "Chega de Demanda" ("Enough Fighting," an appeal to the.
  6. Down Beat: stars out of 5 - "Jobim was an excellent writer for the human voice, and the vocal works presented here are among his finest.". Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. O Planalto Deserto - (with Various Artists) $ on iTunes 2. O Homen - (with Various Artists) $ on iTunes 3. A Chegada dos Candangos - (with Various Artists).
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