Brazil in a Nutshell
Radio programme on Brazilian music consisting of 12 episodes compiled by Juliano Abramovay.
Brazil is a country of enormous proportions, where the way the country developed has been determined by the merging of different nations. Through its music it is possible to broadly (yet not completely) understand some important characteristics that define the different areas of this country. The music from the north of Brazil for instance, has its roots in the native traditions which incorporate Caribbean rhythms, while in the northeast different African traditions are present. In the south of the country, a strong influence by Latin American rhythms is noticeable, and even in the international music of today you can still distinguish these features.
We would need a lot more than 12 episodes to play all the different styles of Brazilian music. We hope to present a little bit of the musical abundance, as well in traditional, local styles as in pop en contemporary music, and hopefully you will be inspired to look into the music that appeals to you.
In the first episode we concentrate on today’s independent music.
01. Elza Soares – Maria Da Vila Matilde
02. Ava Rocha – Boca do Céu
03. Liniker e os Caramelows – Você Fez Merda
04. Siba – Marcha Macia
05. Criolo – Não existe amor em SP
06. Boogarins – Avalanche
07. O Terno – Melhor Do Que Parece
08. Baleia – Volta
09. Metá Metá – São Jorgev
10. Céu – Amor Pixelado
11. Tulipa Ruiz – Proporcional
12. Karina Buhr – Eu sou um monstro
Brazil In A Nutshell is broadcasted every first Friday of the month.
Contact the programme maker at: firstname.lastname@example.org