Canções típicas brasileiras, W158 (Villa-Lobos, Heitor)

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7 more: 2. Nozani-ná • 4. Xangó • 5. Estrella é lua nóva • 6. Vióla quebrada • 7. Adeus Ema • 8. Palida Madona • 9. Tu passaste por este jardim

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Max Eschig, 1929-30. Plate M.E. 2215-16, 2218-20, 2610-12.
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General Information

Work Title Canções típicas brasileiras
Alternative. Title Chansons typiques brésiliennes
Composer Villa-Lobos, Heitor
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. W158 (voice, orchestra), 159 (voice, piano)
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IHV 15
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 10 (original) 13 (revised) pieces
  1. Môkôcê cê-maká... (Dorme na rêde...). Un pouco animado
    Canção para acalentar as criancinhas entre os indios Paricis
  2. Nozani-ná. Muito animado
    Canto dos indios Paricis da Serra do Norte (Matto Grosso),
    d'après le phonogramme No.14597 do Moseo N. de Rio Janeiro –
  3. Papae Curumiassú
  4. Xangô. Animado (G minor)
    Canto fetiche de Makumba (do Brasil)
  5. Estrella é lua nóva. Un pouco animado
    Canto fetiche de Makumba. Allegretto — Andante — Quasi lento
  6. Vióla quebrada, Modinha de M. de A.
  7. Adeus Êma, Desafio. Un peu moderé
    Théma populaire du Nord de Minas Geraes [sic]
  8. O' pallida Madona. Lent — Adagio — Poco più mosso
    Modinha antiga
  9. Tu passaste por este jardim... Très peu moderé
    Modinha carioca, Thema de Alfredo Dutra
  10. Cabocla de Caxangá
  11. Pássaro fugitivo
  12. Itabaiana
  13. Onde o nosso amor nasceu
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1919 (1-10), 1935 (11-13)
First Performance. 1930 in Paris, Salle Chopin
First Publication. 1930
Librettist Traditional – Nos.7-8
Traditional, collected by Edgar Roquette-Pinto (1884–1954) – Nos.1-2
Mário de Andrade (1893-1945) – No.6
Catullo da Paixão Cearense (1863-1946) – No.9
Unidentified – Nos.4-5
Language Portuguese and Unidentified indigenous language
Dedication Elsie Houston
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voice, orchestra
External Links Villa-Lobos site (IU)

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depuis les Chants Indiennes jusq'aux Chansons populaires du Carnaval Carioca