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Os Pianeiros

by Antonio Adolfo

Os Pianeiros. Ernesto Nazareth was one of the most important Brazilian composers of al, performed by Antonio Adolfo, to one of the best Brazilian composers (and pianists) of all times. He lived mostly during the early 20th Century.
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1. Feitico
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2. Vitorioso
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3. Escorregando
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4. Eponina
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5. Beija-flor
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6. Perigoso
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7. Tenebroso
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8. Confidencias
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9. Bambino (Voce me da)[feat. Zeluiz Mazzioti]
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10. Nao caio noutra
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11. Expansiva
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Os Pianeiros - Antonio Adolfo abraça Ernesto Nazareth A tribute to Ernesto Nazareth, performed by Antonio Adolfo, to one of the best Brazilian composers (and pianists) of all times. EN lived mostly during the early 20th Century and his music is still interpreted by many musicians. Artezanal – 2003 cd Featuring: Antonio Adolfo (production, musical arrangements and piano), Dino Sete Cordas (seven string guitar, Jorginho do Pandeiro (pandeiro/tambourine), Celso Woltzenlogel and Oberdan Magalhães (flute), Claudio Jorge (acoustic guitar), Ernesto (bass), Jacques Morelenbaum (cello), Ricardo Benício (violin), Zeluiz Mazziotti (vocals)

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