Os Passaros do Brasil – Kees Vlak



The title in Portuguese means ‘The Birds of Brazil’. However, the composer actually refers to the inhabitants of that beautiful country.

Part 1: ‘Pássaros Colorides’ (Multicoloured Birds)

Sometimes the composer uses this title literally by imitating some amazone-bird by means of an ocarina (or pan flute).

Part 2: ‘Pomba Triste’ (Sad Pigeon)

This music makes us think of girls dancing the samba; the carnival does not necessarily mean pleasure to them, but it is rather a source of income. The composer used a bossa nova rhythm.

Part 3: ‘Os Pássaros no Carnaval’ (The Carnival Birds)

This is a lively samba we know so well from the Carnival of Rio de Janeiro. The ‘Carnival Birds’ and the typical samba rythm leading to a spontaneous melody sung by all carnival goers.

For more information: https://www.molenaar.com/web/Details.aspx?isartist=0&id=9177
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https://www.youtubepp.com/watch?v=oJAyhgn_nlk

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