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Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Turbilhao de Beijos 05:07. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Ensimesmado 02:57. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Tango Habanera 02:47. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Mandinga 02:09. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Celestial 04:07. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Feitiço 02:22. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Confidencias 04:22. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Batuque 04:33. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Expansiva 03:58. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Pinguim 03:24. Ernesto Nazareth, Marc Teicholz - Tenebroso 04:01
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Nazareth is the debut album by the Scottish hard rock band Nazareth, released in 1971. The album featured the hit singles "Dear John", and a cover of "Morning Dew". The album is said that it started it all, then Nazareth were recognized and went on tour with other bands for a while. All lyrics written by Manny Charlton, Dan McCafferty, Pete Agnew, Darrell Sweet unless otherwise noted. Dan McCafferty - lead vocals. Darrell Sweet - drums, back vocals.
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Brazilian composer Ernesto Nazareth attempted to bring popular Brazilian dances into the concert sphere. One of these was the Argentine tango, which was all the rage during the years when he was active, on either side of 1900. He often labeled his short piano pieces "tangos brasileiros," which could indicate specifically Brazilian variants but more often was a kind of catch-all term, as ragtime became in the United States. Recordings of Nazareth 's music are not numerous, and for that reason alone this recording by Canadian pianist Christina Petrowska Quilico is to be welcomed; the question of what rhythms Nazareth was hearing and what he did with them deserves further study. All of the pieces heard here were, with the exception of one called a "fado," were indeed designated by Nazareth as tangos brasileiros.
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