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And playing skills are often associated with caipura result of some pact. Not to mention the troubadour violas, we refer to the petition submitted by the prosecutors of Ponte de Lima to the courts of Lisbon in to the king D.

Gradually the viola became the voice of this people from the backlands of Southeastern and Central-Western Brazil.

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Brazilian five-course guitar, Brazilian music, Popular culture, Brazil’s history. Editora Nacional, MEC, Often the peasant, the inhabitant of the backlands, whose hands are rough from working with plantations or cattle, tunes the strings in a way that will allow him to play part of his repertoire using two or even just one finger.

The merger that took place during that period in the Iberian Peninsula was such that around the thirteenth century the Latin guitar was brought into the Iberian Peninsula. The Arabic lute and the Latin guitar are the ancestors of the vihuelas in Spain and the hand violas in Portugal. Their evangelization work had always been of little significance, due to the limited funds provided by the Crown, poor religious training and the large dependence on the laity.

In task force songs, often doleful, men sing while working and usually talk among themselves through songs.

Throughout the process of legitimizing the viola as a Brazilian instrument, it has, one way or the other, been linked to the rural area, even when it was an urban instrument in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Our violas are descendants of the Portuguese hand violas. The viola inside The viola comprises double cancionerio grouped into five courses.

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Cancioneiro de Viola Caipira – Vol. 1

As modinhas do Brasil. Os instrumentos musicais e as viagens dos portugueses. The number of manufacturers in the city at that time was remarkable.

This region coincides with the areas of accommodation of what we call country culture, i. These ensembles usually bring together people from different age groups, different social strata and different educational levels. Gradually the viola became one of the main voices of the expressions of Brazilian peasants, at least canciooneiro the areas already mentioned such as the Central-Southeast and part of the Northeast. All gathered around the viola and the culture that surrounds it.

In academia, some musicologists defend the idea that the viola was used as continuo 21 in the period we know as Brazilian Baroque. It was in Brazil, however, that the viola expressed its musical and morphological ubiquity. Domingos Caldas Barbosa, with his singing accompanied by a guitar, charmed the Portuguese Court with modinhas ditties and lundumssome of them written by the priest himself. They varied in size, shape and number of strings, but in most cases had a common feature: It was also a popular instrument among ordinary people.

The researcher Varoni Castrop. A Twelfth Night celebration usually involves the entire community, especially when it ends its tour of the city and gathers in the local church. Thus, the presence vlola the Portuguese State in the Northeast led to some elitist ways of playing the instrument.

The neck is divided into spaces called frets. This style held in the recording market the selling space of authentic country music, also under the name of Country Music. As a result, the singing became more harmonious, more cohesive. Francisco Manuel de Melo caiipira the guitar viola as an attribute of buffoons, meddlers and friends of the devil [ Gradually banned from the central regions of the xe, these forms of expression moved to the outskirts of those same cities, and as the power of local governments increased, they were taken to the rural areas, where they established themselves together with the instrument that had always accompanied them and which was also being gradually replaced by the acoustic guitar, i.


There are still many masters scattered in the interior of the country, such as Damasceno da Viola, Badia Medeiros, Manoel de Oliveira and Minervino, to name a few. The tuning family named natural 4 th perfect, 4 th perfect, 3 rd major, 4 th perfectfrom low to high, similar to Cana Verde 4 th perfect, 3 rd major, 4 th perfect, 4 th perfect or Paraguassu 4 th perfect, 4 th perfect, 3 rd major, 3 rd minorin which the terms perfect, major and minor define the distance between the notes.

Many are the rituals that use music as a guiding thread. Little is known about the use of the viola in sixteenth century Brazil.

In the interior of Brazil we can find violas made of bamboo, palms such as Buriti, tin cans and, finally, a neck attached to a sounding board. Like the acoustic guitar, it has a belly, a neck and a tuning peg.

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Curiously, the viola keeps as a basic characteristic of its old ancestor the five orders of strings. This attempt at cultural uniformity of the peoples called globalization ended up generating a side effect that resulted in an appreciation of local cultures.

Tuning is the arrangement of the strings at specific intervals.