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 Post subject: Celestial, waltz
PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 2:21 am 
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Dear folks,
I'm uploading the 41st rare Nazareth: the waltz Celestial. It has many moods, which makes it a full dish for the pianist. Hope you like.

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Alexandre Dias

Nazareth - Celestial (Waltz)


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Very nice job, as usual Alexandre. I like the 'waltzy' part of this piece a lot. And the very beginning - those repeated notes - that sounds just like something I can't think of right this second - some Mozart piece or maybe Clementi. Oh well...it'll come to me. Anyway, this is up. :)

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Thanks a lot, Pianolady :)

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Hello folks,
Today I've recorded a simple polka that Ernesto Nazareth composed when he was 21 (1884). It's called "Não me Fujas Assim" (Don't run away from me like that).

Best wishes to everyone,
Alexandre


Nazareth - Nao me Fujas Assim (Polka)


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Ok, this one is up. Nice job, Alexandre.

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Thanks again, Pianolady.

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Alexandre


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Only a Brazilian could write a Polka like that :D

What an immensely likable piece - salon music of the highest calibre. I have to thank you for making us realize what a splendid composer he really was. The performance of course is spot-on again, great how you keep up the impeccable quality throughout the cycle. It's a great achievement and a unique tribute to an undervalued composer.

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Wow, thanks for the compliments, Chris. I'll quote you on the back of my CD if I ever record one.
Thanks for the support, you guys make it all worth.

Alexandre


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lisztzsil wrote:
Wow, thanks for the compliments, Chris. I'll quote you on the back of my CD if I ever record one.

I'd love that - it would be my 5 seconds of fame. Can't you do it on the front ? :lol:

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Thanks for the support, you guys make it all worth.

That is good to hear. I hope you'll stick around to complete all of Nazareth's works. That would give us somethng unique in the world.

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Hi Chris,

>I'd love that - it would be my 5 seconds of fame. Can't you do it on the front ?

Hahaha, I'm the one honored here.

>That is good to hear. I hope you'll stick around to complete all of Nazareth's works. That would >give us somethng unique in the world.

Will keep recording as long as I can, still focusing on the rarest ones.

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Hello folks,

I'll be travelling for the next 7 days (without a piano to practice), so I've decided to make an effort and record the next Nazareth, while the hands are "still warm". This Brazilian tango is a masterpiece on my opinion, due to the different techiniques and original melodic/rythimic motifs used. It's called Guerreiro (Warrior), published in 1917.

Hope you like it.

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Nazareth - Guerreiro (Brazilian Tango) ( 2:59 )


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Yes we do like it, speaking for myself :wink:
Another wonderfully bouncy recording of another infectious piece. Quite possibly, one Nazareth piece a day will keep the doctor away !
Great job as usual. It's on ths site.

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Wow - that 'warrior' is a very nice warrior! Great playing! Your piano sounds good on those low bass notes.

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Thanks a lot Chris and Pianolady for your comments, I really appreciate them. If you guys ever want to try a Nazareth piece one day just write me for the score.

Cheers,
Alexandre


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 Post subject: O Nome d'Ella, polka
PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 3:25 pm 
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Hello folks,
I've recorded this week another rare Nazareth, after a long time without doing so. It's a simple polka he composed when he was 19, his 6th composition, but never-before recorded. "O Nome d'Ella" means "Her Name", and not to be mistaken with his homonimous "brilliant waltz" composed around the same time, but never published.

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Alexandre

Nazareth - O Nome d'Ella (Polka)


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This is up, Alexandre. I like this one a lot. It's so perky - can't keep still listening to it.

btw - what is her name?

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Dear PianoLady,
Thanks a lot. This is a simple, but amusing polka.
"Her Name" was eventually Dora, his lifetime wife. Maybe they already knew each other in 1882. They married in 1886, and Nazareth later composed a piece titled "Dora" and another one title "Nazareth", both referring directly to his wife's name or nickname.

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 Post subject: O Alvorecer, tango de salão
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Hello Everyone,
After a while I've been able to record the 45th rare Nazareth. It's a rather "calm" tango called "O Alvorecer" ("The Dawn"). This is a never before recorded piece. Hope you like it.

Best wishes,
Alexandre

Nazareth - O Alvorecer


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Hi Alexandre - ok, this is up. And you are right - it is calm for a tango. Sounded well played, as usual.

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Thanks Pianolady,

Best,
Alexandre


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Thank you Alexadre. As a tango fan, I'm surprised I had no recordings of Nazareth's works in my collection. Thanks so much for these recordings of your great perfomances. I have downloaded them all.

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Thank you Syeles,
I'm glad you like them.

Cheers,
Alexandre


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 Post subject: Tudo Sobe!... (carnaval tango)
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Hello everyone,
Attached I'm sending the 46th rare Nazareth. It is a small "tango carnavalesco" (carnavalesque tango, or tango for the carnival) which Nazareth composed in 1923 and has never been recorded. The name is "Tudo Sobe!..." ("Everything is Raising") ironizing about the fact that all house prices were going up.

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Alexandre


Nazareth - Tudo Sobe


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46 recordings, how many more to go before you have recorded all of his works?

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Hi Juufa,
He has 212 compositions, so we have a few more years to go!


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lisztzsil wrote:
Hi Juufa,
He has 212 compositions, so we have a few more years to go!

Wonderful!

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I always look forward to your recordings, Alexandre, because I know that I'll be dancing a little in my chair, and this time was no exception. Nice job as usual. And it seems like Nazareth was always happy - even in times of economic problems. That's nice - I wish I could have met him.

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 Post subject: Gentes! O Imposto Pegou?, polka
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Hello everyone,
Today I've recorded the 47th rare Nazareth. It's a polka called "Gentes! O Imposto Pegou?" (whose most probable meaning to me is "Hey everybody, is the tax here to stay?"). Dated from 1880, it's his 4th composition (he was 17 by then).

It has been recorded for the first time this year, and its piano solo version has never been recorded.
Hope you like it.

Cheers,
Alexandre

Nazareth - Gentes! O Imposto Pegou?


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 Post subject: Gentes! O imposto pegou?
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My dear friend,

The tax surely caught! The income tax, created for the first time in June 18th, 1880 in Brazil was then revoked in May 21st, 1881. But as we know it (un)fortunately came back again, and the second time for good!!!

Well I'm sure your performance will leave as lasting an impression as my last income tax report, but a pleasant one instead.

Congratulations on an excellent performance, as always!!!

Marcelo Goes


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Hi Marcelo,
Thanks for the comments!
You've actually shed some light on the meaning of the title. Until now I thought it was a reference to the "vintém tax" which charged 20 réis on the "bonde" tickets, and which caused a strong rebellion.
But now you're giving me the info that the income tax started in 1880. Maybe it is related to the music.

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Alexandre


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 Post subject: Cable car tax
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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,

Alexandre


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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.

Cheers,
Alexandre


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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.

Cheers,
Alexandre


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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,
Alexandre

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!

~Monica

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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.

Cheers,
Alexandre

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.

Best wishes,
Alexandre

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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