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Simplicidade

by Jorbley

Simplicidade é pra todos que curtem o som distinto da Viola Caipira, influenciado pela música de Tião Carreiro & Pardinho, Almir Sater, Renato Teixeira e de todos os bons Músicos da MPB. This Album presents the distinctive sound of the Viola Caipira.
Genre: Brazilian: Caipira
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1. Minha História em Versos
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2. Do Jeito Que Tem Que Ser
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3. 25 de Dezembro
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4. À Beira da Mata
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5. Baile na Roça
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6. Capoeira
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7. Minha História
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8. Seja Aonde For
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9. Simplicidade
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10. Rego D'Água (Instrumental)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Em Português:

"SIMPLICIDADE" é meu primeiro trabalho. É a realização de um sonho que nasceu comigo ainda menino.
A paixão pela Viola Caipira vem de berço e pela forte influência da musicalidade do meu Estado de Goiás no Brasil... Terra querida, onde a flor do Ipê coroa com graça e sutileza as belezas do Cerrado.

Minhas influências diretas são as músicas de Tião Carreiro & Pardinho e também do grande violeiro do Pantanal, Almir Sater.

Indiretamente, as músicas raizes de todos os cantores caipiras que ouvi desde criança no Velho Rádio AM de pilhas dos meus pais que ficava em cima da velha geladeira azul, remendado com fita preta para as pilhas nao cairem. Ô tempinho bão, sô!

Meu gosto pela música boa vai do Caipira ao Clássico, do Rock ao Blues, da MPB ao Folk. Todas essas raízes incorporam-se às minhas composições.

Este disco é totalment independente onde eu me apresento desde as composições, produção e gravação, design, publicação e divulgação. Com exceção da Faixa 1: “Minha História em Versos”, onde fui presenteado por minha querida irmã com esse poema lindo de minha vida artística e profissional, as letras de todas as músicas foram escritas por mim.

Esse CD foi todo gravado “no quintal do meu apartamento” como costumo dizer, onde eu tambem toco, além de duas Violas Caipira, todos os demais instrumentos: Violão de Nylon, Violão de Aço, Cavaquinho, Chocalho, Bongo e Pandeiro Brasileiro.

Espero que todos curtam as músicas e mandem os seus comentários aqui e páginas do Facebook.com (Jorbley) e Orkut (Jorbley).

Muito obrigado a todos os fãs que divulgam o nosso trabalho dia a dia!!!

Jorbley.

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ENGLISH NOTES:

"SIMPLICIDADE" means "SIMPLICITY" in Portuguese, and describes the music I want to make. A music that talks about the Nature, the simple life in the country, the pure heart, the people and love.

I look forward get the public's attention to listen to the distinctive sound of the Viola Caipira and its potential.

I play the Viola Caipira in all songs among to Nylon and Steel-string Acoustic Guitars, Brazilian Tambourine (Pandeiro), Bongos and Egg Shakes.

The music speaks for itself and this is what I want to present to all of you.

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A Briefly History of the VIOLA CAIPIRA:

The Viola Caipira (Portuguese for hillbilly guitar) is a ten-string, five-course guitar. Unlike most steel-string guitars, its strings are plucked with the fingers of the right hand similarly to the technique used for classical and flamenco guitars, rather than by the use of a plectrum.

It is a folk instrument commonly found in Brazil, where it is often simply called viola.

The origins of the Viola Caipira are obscure, but many folklorists believe it appeared between Century XVI and XVII in Portugal. They also believe it to be an archaic form of the Arab lute (al-luth) that elsewhere evolved into the modern guitar. It is likely a descendant of one of the many folk guitars that have traditionally been played in Portugal. The viola braguesa and viola amarantina, for instance, are two types of ten-string guitars from the north of Portugal, which are closely related to the Viola Caipira.

The Viola Caipira was brought to Brazil during the Colonization Period and it is undisputed is that the Viola Caipira was introduced in São Paulo before the Violão (Acoustic Guitar), and is the basis for the Música Caipira, or Brazilian’s folk music.

A large number of tunings are used but open tunings are common.

Violas are present in nearly all Brazilian music forms, anywhere in the country (although it is declining in some places). It most often associated with Caipira Music (Brazilian country music), with some forms of North-Eastern music and with folkloric music. It was once used to play urban music, like choro, samba and Maxixe, but has been replaced by the acoustic guitar.

The greatest virtuosos of Brazilian viola are Tião Carreiro (The King of Pagode de Viola), Bambico, Zé Côco do Riachão (composer from Minas Gerais), Goiano, Marcos Violeiro, Toninho Ramos (composer from Minas Gerais live in France) and Almir Sater (successful singer-songwriter from Mato Grosso do Sul).

I’m looking forward to hear the feedback.

Enjoy the music.

Thank you all!

Jorbley.


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