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Querelas do Brasil

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This is my pledge of love to Elis Regina and to the country that was meant to be

This is my pledge of love to Elis Regina and to the country that was meant to be

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  1. ON AQUARELAS & QUERELASQuerelas do Brasil, written by Maurício Tapajós and Aldir Blanc, was firstrecorded by Elis Regina in her 1978 album Transversal do Tempo.The title clearly refers to Aquarela do Brasil, the famous music composedby Ary Barroso. However, the similarity between the two songs does not gofurther.Written in 1939 and extolling the qualities and grandiosity of the Country,Aquarela do Brasil started in music an extremely patriotic movement thatwould be known as samba-exaltação [samba-exaltation].
  2. Querelas do Brasil displays another reality, quite different from that depictedby the boastful verses of Aquarela do Brasil.Tapajós and Blanc draw attention to Brasil’s political, social and culturalmatters, represented by customs, arts, folklore and indigenous influences.The Portuguese word Querela comes from Latin [Querella] and can betranslated into English as Complaint, Grievance, Lament.
  3. Brasil has never been to Brazil Brazil does not know Brasil
  4. Tapir Jabuti
  5. Liana Alamanda Ali Alaúde
  6. Piau Ataúde Ururau Aki
  7. Piá-carioca Jobimakarore Jobim-açuPorecramecrã
  8. Pererê, camará, tororó, olerê Uô-uô-uô...
  9. Piriri, ratatá, karatê, olaráPererê, camará, tororó, olerê
  10. Brazil doesis killing Brasil Brazil not deserve Brasil
  11. Jerebasaci
  12. Caandrades Cunhãs Ariranh ranha
  13. Sertões Guimarães Bachianaságuas
  14. Imarionaíma rirariboia
  15. In the aura of Jobim-açu’s hands
  16. Blá-blá-blá, bafafá, sururu, olará Jererê, sarará, cururu, olerê Uô, uô, uô...
  17. Blá-blá-blá, bafafá, sururu, olará Jererê, sarará, cururu, olerê
  18. From Brasil SOS to Brasil
  19. Tinhorão Urutu Sucuri
  20. Ujobim Bem-te-vi Sabiá
  21. Cabuçu, Cordovil, Cachambi, olerê Madureira, Olaria, Ibangu, olará
  22. Cascadura, Água Santa, Acari, olerê Ipanema, Inoveiguaçu, olará
  23. From Brasil SOS to Brasil
  24. MUSIC Aquarela do Brasil (excerpt) Written by Ary Barroso Performed by Elis Regina Querelas do BrasilWritten by Maurício Tapajós and Aldir Blanc Performed by Elis Regina PAINTINGS Elis Regina Carvalho Costa Djanira, Beatriz Milhazes and Volpi 1945-1982 Elis Photos from her last show Trem Azul 1981 All images via internet

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