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      The Choro Music of Brazil

      Carmen Miranda

      Carmen Miranda

      ”Choro is classical music played with bare feet and callus on the hands”

      -Aquiles Rique Reis, Brazilian singer

      Long before samba music became a Brazilian icon, the musicians of Brazil were gathering around a table with beer and nibbles playing choro music. Scholar and musician Julie Koidin introduces us to this urban music of the favelas with recordings of Pixinguinha, Joaquim Callado, Carmen Miranda, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.

      Come join us at the table to enjoy this happy Brazilian popular music called “I cry”.

      Julie Koidin’s website – www.juliekoidin.com

      • Zequinha de Abreu: Tico Tico no fuba
        Carmen Miranda, voice
      • Joaquim Callado: Flor Amorosa
        Altamiro Carrilho, flute
      • Choro: Zinha
        Patapio Silva and his band
      • Chiquinha Gonzaga: Bione
        Maria Teresa Madera, piano
      • Radamés Gnattali:  Serenata no Joa
        Radamés Gnatalli Trio
      • Heitor Villa-lobos: Choro Tipico
        David Russell, guitar
      • Edino Krieger: Choro Mahoso
        Alexandre Dossin, piano
      • Jacob do Bandolim: Reminiscencias
        Jacob do Bandolim band
      • Pixinguinha:  Cariñoso
        Elizeth Cardoso and Radames Gnatalli and his orchestra
      • Nilson Lombardi: Ponteio No.1 and No. 6
        Beatriz Balzi, piano
      • Heitor Villa-Lobos: Quinteto en forma de Choro
        Quinteto Villa-Lobos
      • Zequinha de Abreu: Tico Tico no fuba
        Paquito D’Rivera, clarinet

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