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A Collection Of His Finest Piano Works

By Ernesto Nazareth

Piano - SMP Level 8 (Early Advanced)
Composed by Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934). Music Sales America. Latin. Collection. With standard notation, fingerings and introductory text (does not include words to the songs). 75 pages. Music Sales #DK10028. Published by Music Sales (HL.14010453).

Item Number: HL.14010453

ISBN 0962783285. 9x12 inches.

22 Brazilian Tangos, Valsas and Choros by Nazareth including his famous Brejeiro, as well as Adieu, Eponina, Favorito, Julieta, Odeon, Remando, and Vitorioso.

About SMP Level 8 (Early Advanced)

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4 and 5-note chords spanning more than an octave. Intricate rhythms and melodies.

  • Adieu 
  • Apanhei-te Cavaquinho 
  • Beija-Flor 
  • Brejeiro 
  • Chave De Ouro 
  • Coracao Que Sente 
  • Eponina 
  • Escorregando 
  • Escovado 
  • Expansiva 
  • Feceira 
  • Favorito 
  • Feitico 
  • Ferramenta 
  • Gotas De Ouro 
  • Julieta 
  • Noemia 
  • Odeon 
  • Perigoso 
  • Remando 
  • Thierry 
  • Vitorioso 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Lafyaette, CO
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  • 2006-11-28 00:00:00.0 Wonderful!

    I am a ballet class accompanist and always look for interesting music for ballet exercises. I encountered his music in one of CD's I bought and just fell in love. I bought the book and practiced many from it... I play most of the titles in this book, including...

    Beija-Flor, Odeon, Faciera, Escovado, Favorito, Gotas de Ouro, Escorregando, Coracao que Sente... His melodies are flowy but still very unique, and takes a little concentration/practice to master the fingerings. But it's definitely worth a try and the music becomes you...! It's so fantastic!!! Que Bueno!!

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  • 5

    J. Luna
    Salvador, BA, Brazil
  • 2002-06-24 00:00:00.0 Ernesto Nazareth

    Villa-Lobos said that Ernesto Júlio Nazareth was "the true incarnation of the Brazilian musical soul." Ernesto Nazareth refused the popular designation of maxixe to his music. Instead, he preferred it to be called "Brazilian tango". The tangos became his registered mark. Among the most famous are Odeon, Brejeiro...

    and Sertaneja. In 1893, in view of great financial hardship, the composer sold the rights of the tango Brejeiro for 50 thousand réis to casa Vieira Machado. The piece was an immense success in Brazil and in Europe, and it was included in the repertoire of the Republican Guard of Paris.

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