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Ernesto Nazareth was the one who would establish firmly, through his compositions, the precursor of choro, the so-called Brazilian tango he rejected the term maxixe. From a needy family, he was soon introduced to the piano by his mother. After her death, in , he became Eduardo Madeira's pupil, then Lucien Lambert's. From then on, he became self-taught, specializing in popular repertoire. Soon, already a professional, Nazareth would write and publish the polcas "Cruz, Perigo!

O Imposto Pegou? The pain of losing, some years later, his daughter and wife would be insuperable shocks that would ultimately make Nazareth lose his mind and die in a dramatic situation. He began to bend toward the Brazilian tango which is completely different from the Argentinean tango, resembling very much the choro when he wrote the polca-tango "Rayon d'or" in the s.

But the classic composition which is generally taken as a milestone is "Brejeiro" In , he was admitted as an employee of the Tesouro Nacional, but didn't remain there because he feared not being selected in the examination. In , he wrote his "Odeon," still a highly popular classic today, for Cinema Odeon. In those times, the best pianists and orchestras were hired to entertain customers at the waiting room and at the projection room Villa Lobos was a cello player there, in the orchestra of maestro Andreozzi , and he would get that job seven years later, in the same Odeon.

In , his daughter Maria de Lourdes died, which was a terrible blow to him. In , Artur Rubinstein , visiting Rio for a series of concerts, expressed his admiration for Nazareth 's rhythmic virtuosity. In , he began to compose fashionable songs like foxes, marchas carnavalescas Carnival marches , or sambas.

Nazareth was progressively losing his hering due to an old accident, which always was another great frustration of his. In his wife died, another terrible blow. In , he recorded for Odeon the tango "Escovando," and the polca still today very popular "Apanhei-Te, Cavaquinho," labeled as choro.

He continued to play actively, and toured Southern Brazil in , again with success, even if he almost had to touch the piano with one ear. In , he had mental disorders which caused his internment at a mental-health asylum. In , he escaped, and was found three days later after intense search dead in a waterfall Cachoeira dos Ciganos by drowning. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country.

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Ernesto Nazareth

Influenced by African rhythms and many musical styles like the Lundu and the Choro, [1] he never fully accepted this influence, refusing to give popular names to his compositions. His piano repertoire is now part of the teaching programs of both classical and popular styles, as Nazareth once served at the boundary between these two worlds. Ernesto Nazareth was born in Rio de Janeiro , one of five children. His mother, Carolina da Cunha gave him his first piano lessons. At the age of ten, after his mother's death, he continued his piano studies with Eduardo Moreira and Charles Lucien Lambert. At this time, he began his professional career playing in cafes, balls, society parties and in the waiting rooms of movie theaters. In , Casa Vieira Machado published his famous tango Brejeiro.







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