Caboclo

This is a Brazilian music sound photograph of the twentieth century, and also very special work, because this photograph is unheard of! The repertoire on this album has never been recorded previously on recorders. We also present two original Brazilian compositions for recorders.

Brazilian popular culture is full of legends, one of which, Caboclo d’água (The Water Caboclo) lent its name to this album. Thus, with Caboclo, we make use of the symbolism of the enchanted, relating this character with one of the different representations and images associated with the recorder.

Special thanks to our sponsors:
Conservatório Musical Brooklin Paulista
Aldenize T. da Costa
Levi L. Araujo

 

Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887 – 1959)
Bachianas Brasileiras no 5 – Ária (Cantilena) (1938)
Choros nº 4 (1926)
A lenda do caboclo (1920)
Tim Rescala (1961)
A banda de pífaros do Rei Arthur (2019)
Radamés Gnattali (1906 – 1988)
Quarteto nº 3 (1963)
Cantilena (1939)
Seresta Nº 1 – Samba (1930)
Seresta nº 2 (1932)
Lenda (1936)
César Guerra Peixe (1914 – 1993)
De viola e rabeca – No estilo de cantoria nordestina (1950) “Mourão”
Daniel Wolff (1967)
Flautata Doce (2013)
total: 62’47”