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 Post subject: Cable car tax
PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2008 4:50 pm 
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Come to think of it, your explanation is also a possibility. Of the two taxes, only the income tax is still charged today, as we no longer have olden day cable cars in Brazil. But of course, Nazareth had no way of knowing this fact in his lifetime, so I guess unless someone has some first-hand information of which tax he was referring to, we will never know.

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Ok - this is up, Alexandre.

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Thanks Pianolady,

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A rather inconsequential, but irresistable, piece. Your performance is wonderful as always. I don't think anybody could do a better service to Nazareth. It is good that you take ample time for each piece and make it into something special and unique. So, hor many more to go ?

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Hello Chris,
Thanks for the comments. If I record 1 piece per week, there are still 3.17 years to go! But since I'm concentrating on the rarest ones for now, I could say that there are about 50 more that can be classified as "rare". Some of these have never been recorded and simply aren't played (so I think it's a cool privilege to be able to listen to a Nazareth for the first time played by oneself). Thanks for hosting the recordings in your fantastic site.

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lisztzsil wrote:
Thanks for hosting the recordings in your fantastic site.

It's not my site ! I just work here. These thanks should go to Robert, and partly to the two other guys who were involved in it at the beginning, but have long since left.

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In that case, my most sincere thanks and congratulations to Robert for creating/keeping such an extraordinary site.

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 Post subject: Pipoca, Brazilian tango
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Hello everyone,
Today I recorded the 48th rare Nazareth. It's a Brazilian tango never before recorded, which, differently from the others, has a noun as a title, instead of an adjective: "Pipoca", which is plainly translated as "Popcorn'


Best wishes and Merry Christmas,
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Nazareth - Pipoca (Brazilian Tango)


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I eat popcorn often, but I don't think I have ever heard a piano piece about popcorn. It's cute!
Nice playing as usual, Alexandre. This is up. And Merry Christmas to you too!

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Many thanks, Monica,

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 Post subject: Delightfulness, foxtrot
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Hello everyone,
Today I recorded a fairly unusual Nazareth piece. It's one of his 4 foxtrots, and like the others it has a title in English: Delightfulness (with the Brazilian translation to "Delícia"). I found it very challenging to come up with a "musical" interpretation of it. It has never been recorded commercially. Hope you like it.

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Nazareth - Delightfulness (foxtrot)


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This is up, Alexandre. I used the Brazilian title since all or most of your other recordings are like this. Is that ok? And although this one is not one of my favorites, I trust your interpretation.

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Hi Monica,
Thanks for the quick and kind reply. Actually if you can display it as "Delightfulness" would be better, as it is its original title ("Delícia" comes in parenthesis after). Three of his four foxtrots had titles in English: Delightfulness, If I'm Not Mistaken and Time is Money.

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Ok, I fixed it.

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Thanks a lot, Monica.

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 Post subject: Arrojado, samba
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Hello Folks,
Today I've recorded the 50th rare Naareth of the series, a milestone which means a lot to me.
It's a samba called "Arrojado" (like "Fancy"), which has never been recorded. Only a couple of his tunes were published as samba, and this ones plays sort of a trick on the listener on part A, because of the phrasing, making it sound quasi-polirrythmic.

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Nazareth - Arrojado (Samba)


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Congratulations on hitting the Big Five-O, Alexandre! We are happy to be able to host such a great collection of these rare and unrecorded Nazareth pieces. Probably no other site can match us!

Nice, toe-tapping tune, here, and well-played as usual. It is up on the site.

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Many thanks for all the support you and Piano Society have been giving, Monica.

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 Post subject: Gracietta, polka
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Hello folks,

I've resumed recording the rare Nazareths. Today I recorded his polka "Gracietta", composed when he was 17, and which has never been recorded commercially.

Best wishes,
Alexandre

Nazareth - Gracietta (Polka)


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Quality every time!

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Ok, this is up, Alexandre. Thank you.

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Thanks Monica and juufa72.

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 Post subject: Iris, waltz
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Dear Folks,
Today I recorded the 52nd rare Nazareth. It's a brillant waltz called Iris, which has never been recorded commercially. He was a master of the waltz form. Hope you like it.

Best wishes,
Alexandre

Nazareth - Iris


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Feliz ano novo, Alexandre!

I'd like to remind you it's already 2009! :D

btw, congratulations for you recording. Nice playing.


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felipesarro wrote:
I'd like to remind you it's already 2009! :D .


He could have recorded it last year and forgot about it. But odds are, the man lives in the past :wink:

And I do agree. Nice playing as always. A complete recording of Nazareth is to be expected from you. Would you be the first person to do such a thing?

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Heheheh, thanks for the reminder Felipe. Glad you like the recording. I tried a more "passionato" approach on this one, following the line (even if distantly) of the 19th century pianists I love such as Moriz Rosenthal.

Juufa, thanks for commenting. It would be a thrill to record everything, and by each music I'm 0.5% closer (since he composed 211 works). And yes, it would be the first time, no one has ever recorded alone more than a third of his works.

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Ok, this is up, Alexandre. Nice playing, as usual! And I really liked how you brought back the main theme on that last time.

one thing - please use a lower compression number. We request a kbps number lower than 200. Many of us use 192, which really sounds no different from higher numbers. But higher than 200 makes the file too large and then takes us a long time to download/upload.

I have also deleted your other thread.

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Hi Monica,
I wasn't aware of this request, thanks for telling me. I'll make the next ones in a lower bitrate.

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Hello everyone. Today I've recorded Nazareth's 53rd rare piece: his polka "A Bela Melusina" (The beautiful Melusine), whose title he probably got from one of Mendelssohns overtures. It's a simple polka, but extremely difficult for its big jumps (and to play "tightly").

Hope you enjoy.

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Nazareth - A Bela Melusina


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This is up, Alexandre. I like that one. Nice job.

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Thank you Juufa and Monica,

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 Post subject: Onze de Maio, quadrilha
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Hello Folks, back after 5 months!
The transition of the masters course to the phd course kept me from recording new Nazareths, but I have some good news. I was working on the following project www.ernestonazareth.com.br which, for the first time in history, put together Ernesto Nazareth's entire output. I provided the scores and reviewed everything 4 times (the modern editions are loaded with errors). Original editions and manuscripts were used for the revision. And what's best: everything is for free, pdfs one click away. I'm sure no other composer in Brazil has had this kind of thing done before. Now I hope to see more Nazareth pieces played by piano society members!

Today I recorded the 54th Nazareth, a 'quadrilha' called "Onze de Maio" (May 11th). Quadrilha is a type of dance (in groups), and at the moment I'm not sure how to translate it. It has 5 parts. Nazareth composed 4 quadrilhas, and none has been recorded commercially.

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Alexandre


Nazareth - Onze de Maio (Quadrilha)


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Hello Alexandre!!!

Quadrilha is a Brazilian dance, a derivative of the European "quadrille", which is also a precursor to the north-american Square dance. So, to my view, while there is no exact translation, you could either call it a Brazilian Quadrille or Brazilian Square Dance.

As always, very nicely played! Are you still using the Kurzweil? This sounds very nice indeed!

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Hi Marcelo!
Thanks for the translation. Brazilian Quadrillhe sounds nice. By the way, I'm positively sure this is an urban dance, performed in the "salons", contrasting to our present-day quadrille, which is played at Junine Parties, reminiscent of the field culture :)

The piano is the Kurzweill Mark 10. (although I have a Kawai kx-21, the digital still offers better recording possibilities).

If ayone wishes to listen looking at the score, it can be viewed here (together with all his other 210 compositions):

http://www.ernestonazareth.com.br/pdfs/onze_de_maio.pdf

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Not vintage Nazareth this, IMO. Bit of a patchwork. I don't like the opening part. But there is plenty of infectious writing later on, and your pianism is superb as always. Your dedication ro Nazareth is exemplary, he could not have gotten a better advocate.

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This is up, Alexandre. Sounds good except I hear two strange cuts in the first section. But I liked the other sections and you played this all very nicely.

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Hello Chris and Monica, thank you for the commentaries.

Chris, I don't know what you mean by vintage (for I only know it in the sense of something from another generation), but I hear you. This piece isn't among his masterpieces, and I had to get accostumed to it in order to develop a coherent interpretation.

Monica, there were no cuts in the first section, you must be referring to glitches inherent to the piano.

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 Post subject: Menino de Ouro, Brazilian tango
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Hi folks,
Here's the 55th Nazareth: Menino de Ouro (Golden boy). It's one of his nice works, which shows what he did best (Brazilian tangos).

Best regards,
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Nazareth - Menino de Ouro (Golden Boy)


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Hi Alexandre,

This is up. Nice little piece - I liked the rhythm in the middle section. One thing - your bit rate on this file is higher than what we like. Please watch that next time.

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Hi Monica,
Thank you, sorry about that. Here's a 128kbps file of it.

Best,
Alexandre

Nazareth - Menino de Ouro (Golden Boy)


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ok thanks, Alexandre. I switched out the two files. And listening again to this piece made me think that Nazareth must have been a happy man most of the time - do you think?

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Hi Monica,
His music certainly is lighthearted most of the time, but that doesn't necessarily reflects his life. By the time he wrote this piece, he had already lost his younger daughter, was becoming irreversibly deaf, and syphilis was acting on his system, which would eventually lead to his sad end at the psychiatric institution.

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Excellent as always !
Reading about the sad state he was in when composing this, one can only marvel at how music can
keep people going in the most dire of situations. No other form of art can do that, I think.

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oh wow - that's terrible about his life! A little like Schumann. But it baffles me as to how these composers can not only keep it going with their music, but they write joyful music when they are so full of misery. I know that when I am having a bad day, I don't say to myself, "I'm so depressed and sad - think I'll go write some happy music". Unless that is some sort of coping mechanism...

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 Post subject: Re: Menino de Ouro, Brazilian tango
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This is really nice Lisztzsil,

And thank you for introducing me to this composer. Somehow I did not know much about Nazareth.

My parents really like Tango's so I suspect I will need to take a closer look at his work.

lisztzsil wrote:
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Here's the 55th Nazareth: Menino de Ouro (Golden boy). It's one of his nice works, which shows what he did best (Brazilian tangos).

Best regards,
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Nazareth - Menino de Ouro (Golden Boy)


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Thank you s_winitsky,
You're being introduced to his lesser known works, which is something interesting, to my view.
If you want to know his most famous works, check out: Odeon, Brejeiro, Apanhei-te Cavaquinho, Escorregando, Fon-Fon, Dengozo and Confidências.


Mônica and Chris, you're right, many composers are famous for writing lighthearted music during hard times (Joplin was another example).

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I like "Apanhei-te cavaquinho" :D

well played, it makes the piano sounds like a real "cavaquinho", which is the instrument below:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavaquinho

PS: I played the "cavaquinho" long ago... but I didn't like it, so I forgot everything.

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 Post subject: 1922, Brazilian tango
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Hi Folks,
Today I've recorded one of his compositions for the Carnaval. It's called 1922, composed for the Carnaval of that year. It was originally subtitled as a Samba in the manuscript, but changed to "Brazilian tango" when published. It has never been recorded commercially.

Best wishes,
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Nazareth - 1922 (Brazilian tango)


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Cute piece! This is up, Alexandre.

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