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Chôro da saudade

AGUSTIN BARRIOS MANGORE Chôro da saudade The Guitar School - Iceland www.eythorsson.com. Revised and fingered by Eythor Thorlaksson

Roda de Choro - FINAL

! 2 ! A BSTRACT ! ! The!Brazilian!musical!genre!known!as! choro& originally!comes!from!Rio! de !Janeiro , !buttoday!finds! itself!adopted !by!musical!communities!through outthe!world!including!Europe,! the!


Choro is a very "flexible" music, it can be played in different ensembles and formations, from solo to big band, it can be sung or danced to, and it's also very suitable for improvisations, it adapts naturally to almost any musical and social environment, from "roda de choro" to concert halls.

Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Heitor's surname is sometimes ...

In general terms the choro was a fusing of European, Portuguese and African styles with a unique Brazilian urban twist which emerged in the early 20 th century but was based on late 19 th century musical trends ( Clique Music Editora 2000).

Araya Duo

The chôro fell out of favor in the early 20 th century as the samba, a derivation of the chôro form, gained in popularity and developed its own individual style.

An Introduction to Mapping Using SAS/GRAPH

The option CHORO requests a choropleth map (as opposed to a PRISM, SURFACE, or BLOCK map). Only one PROC GMAP option is used, i.e. DISCRETE. This

The Basics of Map Creation with SAS/GRAPH® Mike Zdeb ...

19 data=popup; id county; choro pop2000 / discrete coutline=black legend=legend1 html=popvar; format pop2000 pop.; note j=l ' EXAMPLE #11' j=l ' NEW JERSEY COUNTIES' j=l ' 2000 CENSUS POPULATION'; run; quit; ods pdf close; ods listing; After the census data are read into a SAS data set, another data step is ...

Spatio-Temp oral

Choro-Book.pdf. Timos Sellis, Manolis Koubarakis, Andrew Frank, St´ephane Grumbach, Ralf HartmutG¨uting, Christian Jensen, Nikos Lorentzos, Ya nnis Manolopoulos, ...


EYTHOR THORLAKSSON CHÔRO DE VELEZ FOR The Guitar School - Iceland www.eythorsson.com GUITAR


ABSTRACT This research into Brazilian music in general, and choro guitar music in particular, focuses primarily on the various and contrasting ways in which the repertoire is interpreted by Brazilian choro musicians, classical guitarists and jazz guitarists.