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SAUDADES DO BRASIL Newton Val, composer, lyricist, musician, arranger, instrumentalist, musical producer at Valsound Productions and Artistic Promotions in São Paulo-SP / Brazil. This work aims to disseminate the roots of good Brazilian music. It is based on new concepts of arrangements where the first novelty would be the Cavaquinho out of its habitual setting that is the RÉ, SUN, YES, RÉ, also known as "Paraguaçu Tuning" and being replaced by the old tuning also used in "Chorinho Brasileiro Traditional "ie; RÉ, SUN, YES, ME as if they were the first 4 strings of a guitar. In this way, we can play any musical style even reaching the "Jazz" with all its harmonic complexity, simply by doing the right inversions from below and adding the appropriate notes of the desired chords, generating an infinitely possible harmonic chain in their combinations of their intervals.In this way, we can conclude that the world-known musical genre known as "Bossa Nova" gains a new style here, acquiring much more versatility and weight as I explain below: Through the first innovation already described above, I also came to a new conclusion which would be to thicken the rhythmic part of the "Bossa Nova", which was practically based on a piano, a guitar, a bass guitar and a drums, so I asked myself: How would a "Bossa Nova" be played by a School from Samba? Now, since we have a Cavaquinho solving the harmonic part and being the "rhythmic-harmonic center" that serves as reference for the rhythmists of a Samba School, drummers, etç, then we can conclude the following: Samba already suffered by itself only a severe transformation in its rhythm from the 70's until today where the idea would be to increase the rhythm of the samba more, making it look like a mini Samba School where the "Repinique" was adapted to be played without the drumstick, but with two hands and so it came to be called "Repique de Mano". Therefore, these and other innovations gave rise to the new style of samba then called "Pagode" where the rhythm became much hotter and more interesting than before. Well, it was then that through this analogy I went to the experiment where the result was magnificent in my humble opinion. It was then that I decided to record an authorial CD entitled "PORTRAITS OF BRAZIL", presenting here the track # 1 called "SAUDADES DO BRASIL" where I believe I have been able to demonstrate my new conception of arrangements for Brazilian music. I hope with this, to have collaborated with a new musical Age without losing the roots of our people, our culture, our customs.

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Newton Val, composer, lyricist, musician, arranger, instrumentalist, musical producer at Valsound Productions and Artistic Promotions in São Paulo-SP / Brazil. This work aims to disseminate the roots of good Brazilian music. It is based on new concepts of arrangements where the first novelty would be the Cavaquinho out of its habitual setting that is the RÉ, SUN, YES, RÉ, also known as "Paraguaçu Tuning" and being replaced by the old tuning also used in "Chorinho Brasileiro Traditional "ie; RÉ, SUN, YES, ME as if they were the first 4 strings of a guitar. In this way, we can play any musical style even reaching the "Jazz" with all its harmonic complexity, simply by doing the right inversions from below and adding the appropriate notes of the desired chords, generating an infinitely possible harmonic chain in their combinations of their intervals.In this way, we can conclude that the world-known musical genre known as "Bossa Nova" gains a new style here, acquiring much more versatility and weight as I explain below: Through the first innovation already described above, I also came to a new conclusion which would be to thicken the rhythmic part of the "Bossa Nova", which was practically based on a piano, a guitar, a bass guitar and a drums, so I asked myself: How would a "Bossa Nova" be played by a School from Samba? Now, since we have a Cavaquinho solving the harmonic part and being the "rhythmic-harmonic center" that serves as reference for the rhythmists of a Samba School, drummers, etç, then we can conclude the following: Samba already suffered by itself only a severe transformation in its rhythm from the 70's until today where the idea would be to increase the rhythm of the samba more, making it look like a mini Samba School where the "Repinique" was adapted to be played without the drumstick, but with two hands and so it came to be called "Repique de Mano". Therefore, these and other innovations gave rise to the new style of samba then called "Pagode" where the rhythm became much hotter and more interesting than before. Well, it was then that through this analogy I went to the experiment where the result was magnificent in my humble opinion. It was then that I decided to record an authorial CD entitled "PORTRAITS OF BRAZIL", presenting here the track # 1 called "SAUDADES DO BRASIL" where I believe I have been able to demonstrate my new conception of arrangements for Brazilian music. I hope with this, to have collaborated with a new musical Age without losing the roots of our people, our culture, our customs.
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