Choro de Rua & Paolo Papalini | Chorando Na Toscana

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Chorando Na Toscana

by Choro de Rua & Paolo Papalini

Chorando na Toscana: the meeting of 3 musicians with different influences. The duo Choro de Rua (Barbara Piperno - flute, Marco Ruviaro - 7-string guitar) and Paolo Papalini (accordion) perform some not so well known pearls of Brazilian instrumental music
Genre: Brazilian: Chorinho
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1. Está Se Coando (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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4:19 $0.99
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2. Hilda (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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4:16 $0.99
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3. Cruzeiro (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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4:41 $0.99
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4. Primeiro Amor (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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3:41 $0.99
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5. Flor Amorosa (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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3:49 $0.99
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6. Flor do Mal (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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6:23 $0.99
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7. Atlântico (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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3:48 $0.99
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8. Igatu (feat. Barbara Piperno & Marco Ruviaro)
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2:33 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Choro is the most important Brazilian instrumental music.
Choro is a form of playing.
Choro is a form of living music with creativity.

Around 1870, popular music players in Rio de Janeiro — that was the economic and cultural capital of Brazil in those years — started to perform the repertoire of European dances in vogue amid the aristocracy of XIX century (like waltz, scottish and polka) in a "brazilerized” form, with strong influence of African origin’s rhythms. Thus Choro was born!

Since then, the musical universe of Choro has always embraced different rhythms and styles, including polka, waltz, baião, frevo, maxixe and tango brasileiro, and had a decisive influence on the development of samba and bossa-nova.

Most of the Brazilian composers has dealt and still deals with Choro, from Villa-Lobos to Nazareth, from Tom Jobim to Gismonti, from Chico Buarque to Guinga, and several generations of musicians have always contribute to the development and dissemination of Choro with a lot of love and passion for this music. Thanks to all this, Choro has become the most important Brazilian instrumental music.

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