Indeed, these pieces are very rare. In fact, I wouldn't know about them if I weren't researching Nazareth's works and discography for the past 8 years. Everybody knows Odeon, Apanhei-te Cavaquinho, Brejeiro and Escorregando, which are his top most recorded pieces (along with Dengozo). Some people know Batuque, Ameno Resedá, Bambino, and Matuto. But basically no one knows A Fonte do Lambary, O Nome Dela, Pirilampo, and Furinga. This is because the latter group has never been recorded commercially. As a matter of fact, from the 211 existing Nazareth compositions, 61 have never been recorded on disc.
You can find a list of his complete works here:
(just click on "composições" at the menu on the left)
You may feel free to ask me for his scores. I can scan them and send to you. Just take a look on the list and mark the ones you'd like to know.
All Nazareth pieces but 37 have been published on printed scores in some point in history. But just a few of them remain in the catalog of some publishers today. To get all of them you must resort to collectors or Brazil's National Library (www.bn.br
), which has almost all his scores + rare manuscripts.
As you'll see, Nazareth has still some hidden masterpieces waiting to be discovered.