Música Brasileira: A History of Popular Music and the People of Brazil

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Marion Boyars, 1993 - Architecture - 306 pages
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Brazilian music is more than a soundtrack for the streets and dancehalls of Rio, more than the cool bossas ans sambas of the late-night jazz clubs. It is a music of the people. Musica Brasileira takes the rader through the dense and intricate landscapes of Brazilian popular music.

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User Review  - bossanovaguy - LibraryThing

A well-researched and ambitious guide to Brazilian musical history, although rather dull reading. Its coverage of music after the 1970s is rather weak. For a more entertaining and up-to-date guide, I would recommend [The Brazilian Sound: Samba, Bossa Nova and the Popular Music of Brazil]. Read full review

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This is an updated translation of a work issued previously in several German editions. The long history of Brazil's rich and diverse popular music is presented in depth, from precolonial roots right ... Read full review

Contents

The Beginnings
7
Folkloric Compendium
22
The Choro
85
Copyright

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