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1 hum2461 Humanities of Latin America

2 Today’s agenda Attendance Attendance Course Housekeeping Course Housekeeping BRAZILIAN MUSIC BRAZILIAN MUSIC Pop quiz

3 Course housekeeping FINAL EXAM REVIEW Next class. It will be posted on CANVAS. FINAL EXAM FINAL EXAM Final Exam Date: 04/29/2014 Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Campus: NW Bldg/Room: P-261

4 Pre-Modernismo 1902 – 1922: Transitional Period with various different authors and styles: Simbolism, realism, naturalism Regionalism, politics, new proposals  Augusto dos Anjos  Euclides da Cunha,  Monteiro Lobato,  Lima Barreto Brazilian Music (20 th CENTURY)

5 Modernismo 1922:  A Semana de Arte Moderna / Week of Modern Art  Composer, Heitor Villa Lobos  Influenced on O Grupo dos Cinco / the Group of Five

6 the Grupo dos Cinco (the Group of Five) Poets : Mário de Andrade. Oswald de Andrade. Menotti del Picchia. Artists : Tarsila do Amaral. Anita Malfatti.

7 Oswald de andrade (1890 – 1954) O manifesto antropófago O manifesto antropófago (The Cannibal Manifesto) 1928 Cannibalism becomes a way for Brazil to assert itself against European post-colonial cultural domination. "Tupi or not Tupi: that is the question."

8 1. Heitor Villa-Lobos  O manifesto Antropofago / The Cannibal Manifesto (1928)  Brazilian Culture: Indigenous and African influences in music.  Modernist composer born in Rio de Janeiro ( )  Fe5bkeY Fe5bkeY Fe5bkeY

9 Brazilian Music styles (20 th CENTURY) I.Big Band Era (Carmen Miranda) II.Bossa-nova (Vinicius, Tom, and João) – Jazz enters Brazil III.Música popular brasileira (Tropicalía)

10 Brazilian Music (20 th CENTURY) 1.Carmen Miranda* 2.Garoto ( Anibal Augusto Sardinha )* 3.Vinicius de Moraes 4.Vinicius De Moraes 5.Tom Jobim 6.João Gilberto 7.Tropicalismo (Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Tom Zé, Gal Costa, Os Mutantes) 8.Vanessa da Mata

11 2. Carmen Miranda  From the 1930s to the 1950s.  Beginning of her career in  Brazilian samba singer, dancer, Broadway actress, and film star.  Hollywood actress (1940).  She brought to the States Brazilian musicians for her performances  The Moon Gang. Nickname: The Brazilian Bombshell

12 Anibal Augusto Sardinha ( ) Anibal Augusto Sardinha ( ) 1940  Plays music with Carmen Miranda’s band in the White House for President Roosevelt.1940  Plays music with Carmen Miranda’s band in the White House for President Roosevelt  Gets several Oscar’s nomination for his music in the film “Gone with the Wind”1940  Gets several Oscar’s nomination for his music in the film “Gone with the Wind”his musichis music In the United States played with Benny Goodman and Ella Fitzgerald. Jazz music influenced on “Garoto”.In the United States played with Benny Goodman and Ella Fitzgerald. Jazz music influenced on “Garoto”.Benny GoodmanElla FitzgeraldGarotoBenny GoodmanElla FitzgeraldGaroto 1948  Comes back to Brazil, bringing with him new sounds from the United States.1948  Comes back to Brazil, bringing with him new sounds from the United States. New musical genre appears in Brazil  “Bossa Nova” (Jazz and Brazilian music).New musical genre appears in Brazil  “Bossa Nova” (Jazz and Brazilian music). 3. garoto (kid/chico)

13 Musician, composer, poet and playwright.Musician, composer, poet and playwright. Orfeu da Conceição (1956) adapted into movie Orfeo Negro (1959)Orfeu da Conceição (1956) adapted into movie Orfeo Negro (1959)Orfeu da Conceição Orfeo NegroOrfeu da Conceição Orfeo Negro Co-wrote the second most recorded pop song of all time: Garota de Ipanema (1960) with fellow Bossa Nova legend,.Co-wrote the second most recorded pop song of all time: Garota de Ipanema (1960) with fellow Bossa Nova legend, Tom Jobim. Garota de Ipanema Garota de Ipanema Tom Jobim With Tom Jobim, Toquinho:With Tom Jobim, Toquinho: Só Danço Samba Só Danço Samba With Tom Jobim and Elis Regina: Canto de OssanhaWith Tom Jobim and Elis Regina: Canto de OssanhaCanto de OssanhaCanto de Ossanha With Baden Powell: Canto de OssanhaWith Baden Powell: Canto de OssanhaCanto de OssanhaCanto de Ossanha 4. VinÍcIUS de moraes ( )

14 Antônio “Tom” Carlos JobimAntônio “Tom” Carlos Jobim Songwriter, composer, arranger, singer, and pianist and guitarist.Songwriter, composer, arranger, singer, and pianist and guitarist. Bossanova (Jazz and Brazilian music).Bossanova (Jazz and Brazilian music). With Frank Sinatra Garota de Ipanema (1967)With Frank Sinatra Garota de Ipanema (1967)Garota de Ipanema Garota de Ipanema Innovator in the use of sophisticated harmonic structures in popular song.Innovator in the use of sophisticated harmonic structures in popular song. With Elis Regina: Aguas de Março (1974)With Elis Regina: Aguas de Março (1974)Aguas de MarçoAguas de Março 5. Tom Jobim ( )

15 Guitarist, singer and songwriter.Guitarist, singer and songwriter. Singer (Chet Baker) A prominent voice.Singer (Chet Baker) A prominent voice.Chet BakerChet Baker 1962, bossa nova had been embraced by Herbie Mann, Charlie Byrd, and Stan Getz.1962, bossa nova had been embraced by Herbie Mann, Charlie Byrd, and Stan Getz. Jazz album Getz/Gilberto (1963)Jazz album Getz/Gilberto (1963) Getz/Gilberto U.S. ( ), Mexico( ). There recorded João Gilberto en México (1970).U.S. ( ), Mexico( ). There recorded João Gilberto en México (1970). White Album (1973) -- limited to the singer, his guitar, and Sonny Carr on drums. White Album (1973) -- limited to the singer, his guitar, and Sonny Carr on drums. White Album White Album Returned to Brazil in 1980.Returned to Brazil in JoÃo Gilberto (1931)

16 Searching for a new identity for young people.Searching for a new identity for young people. Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso, founders of the Tropicalia movement (1968).Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso, founders of the Tropicalia movement (1968). Album Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis (1968)Album Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis (1968)Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis Tropicália ou Panis et Circencis Album Doces Bárbaros (1976) Song “O seu amor”Album Doces Bárbaros (1976) Song “O seu amor” Doces Bárbaros O seu amor Doces Bárbaros O seu amor Tropical Truth: A Story of Music and Revolution in Brazil (2002), an account of the Tropicália movement. Tropical Truth: A Story of Music and Revolution in Brazil (2002), an account of the Tropicália movement. Compilation Tropiália: A Brazilian Revolution In Sound (2006)Compilation Tropiália: A Brazilian Revolution In Sound (2006) Documentary film, Tropicália (2012)Documentary film, Tropicália (2012) 7. tropicalismo Movement

17 Female reggae band, Shalla-Ball (1992).Female reggae band, Shalla-Ball (1992). Became a renowned songwriter with “A Força que Nunca Seca”. (Nomination for Latin Grammy Award, 1999)Became a renowned songwriter with “A Força que Nunca Seca”. (Nomination for Latin Grammy Award, 1999) Performed as backing vocal for Bethânia and Baden Powell.Performed as backing vocal for Bethânia and Baden Powell. Released her third album, titled Sim (2007).Released her third album, titled Sim (2007). Sim “Boa Sorte/Good Luck", a duet with American singer Ben Harper, and "Amado", both became number-one hits in Brazil.“Boa Sorte/Good Luck", a duet with American singer Ben Harper, and "Amado", both became number-one hits in Brazil.“Boa Sorte/Good Luck", a duet with American singer Ben Harper“Boa Sorte/Good Luck", a duet with American singer Ben Harper Latin Grammy Award (2007) Best Contemporary Brazilian Pop Album.Latin Grammy Award (2007) Best Contemporary Brazilian Pop Album. 8. Vanessa da Matta (1976)

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