Falando Brasileiro

Making chamber music with recorders is to travel through the old and the new world of musical expressions. In Brazil, the relationship with the old fascinates us by the creative risk we run in our musical interpretations. Artistically, we have the freedom which poetic license offers us through the distancing from the familiarity of the aesthetic rules of European music. However, the relationship with the new is like being in the vanguard, opening new landscapes for the foreign instrument, among them the universe of Brazilian music. Falando Brasileiro is full of original compositions for recorders.

SINHÔ (1888 – 1930) Jura (1928) – adap. Quinta Essentia
R. DOS SANTOS (1953) Choro do Fábio (1980)
A. C. JOBIM (1927 – 1994) Desafinado (1963) – arr. Paul Leenhouts (1957)
M. NASCIMENTO (1942)
e F. BRANT (1946)
Ponta de Areia (1975) – adap. Quinta Essentia
E. ESCALANTE (1937) Quatro Peças para Flauta Doce (2011)
Canoa (barcarola), Fugato (chorinho), Embolada, Moderado
GUINGA (1950) Choro pro Zé (1992) – arr. Rafael dos Santos (1953)
E. ESCALANTE (1937) Quarteto nº 1 “São Paulo” (1974)
Paisagem, Modinha (Jardim da Luz), Dança (Trenzinho da Cantareira), Rondó (Metrô)
C. GUERRA-PEIXE (1914 – 1993) 1.a Suite Infantil (1944)
ponteio, valsa, choro, seresta, achechê
B. KIEFER (1923-1987) Poemas da terra (1976)
1, 2, 3, 4 e 5