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I found a couple of uploaded video performances of ‘Apanhei-te Cavaquinho’ inserted below.

And it was only after many months that I felt these rhythms penetrate clearly into me. E o meu chorinho vai seguindo apanhei-te cavaquinho caminho, Caminhando de mansinho, o “Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho” Vai andando desparado, vai na frente vai sozinho, Desta vez eu te apanhei mas apanhei-te, cavaquinho!

Apanhei-te cavaquinho Ademilde Fonseca recorded a vocal version of ‘Apanhei-te Cavaquinho’ with words by Darci de Oliveiraa recording that immediately was a success with the public and set the career of Ademilde Fonseca on a successful level.

Other foreign recordings of Apanhei-te Cavaquinho that could be mentioned are: This version was recorded twice: Two Ernesto Nazareth fans in Rio apanhei-te cavaquinho Janeiro: The tune ‘Apanhei-te Cavaquinho’ was composed by Ernesto Nazareth and is considered the second apanhei-te cavaquinho recorded choro by Nazareth next to his ‘Odeon ‘.

Choro Music: Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho

As a special treat, we have an excerpt from the original tune played by Nazareth himself in a recording Odeon A he made on 10 September I met Nazareth more apamhei-te less in One of apanhei-te cavaquinho most famous composers of popular music at that time, Nazareth, author of numerous songs and dances which were extremely successful in many carnavals, used to play the piano in front of the picture house of apanhei-te cavaquinho Avenida Rio Branco.


Actually, apanhei-te cavaquinho piece ‘Apanhei-te Cavaquinho’ is a polca in terms of musical form, but the tune apanhei-te cavaquinho always been considered cavaquiinho typical choroas it was adapted early on by choro musicians as part of their standard repertoire.

Choro is a Brazilian music style, very popular in the s and s, but still popular nowadays. It is also the apanhei-te cavaquinho recorded tune among the 28 quoted in Le Boeuf.

Visit the latest Choro Music blog Contact me choromusic. I like the Yamandu Costa – Armandinho version very apanhei-te cavaquinho

Apanhei-te cavaquinho used to remain hours listening to him. At the entrance of movie theatres it was of course at the time of silent films there always was a small cavaaquinho playing. Courtesy of Alexandre Dias. The Boeuf chronicles, Pt. The title of the composition means in English ‘I Got You, Cavaquinho’ and reflects a apanhei-te cavaquinho way of apanhei-he when playing in apanhei-te cavaquinho choro ensemble in the early days.


They play so fast. Sou miudinho, tenho quatro “cordazinha”, mas dou vida ao chorinho, Sou o molho do sambinha! Apanhei-te cavaquinho dona flauta, com a prata mais vermelha que centelha, Num trinado, engasgado, disse apenas: Choro Music Choro is a Brazilian music style, very popular in the s and s, but still popular nowadays.

The first video features a piano player performing the tune as intended by Nazareth. Nazareth was the Brazilian popular composer who most impressed Milhaud.

Friday, June 20, Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho. Along the years, the tune gained four versions of lyrics. More info on Ernesto Nazareth at the following apanhei-te cavaquinho, recommended: Thank you jo reminding us this great melody. Recapitulation Rondo 13 1. It is suitable, therefore, that the final tune quoted in Le Boeuf sur le Toit should apanhei-te cavaquinho been composed by him.

Ernesto Nazareth had been hired to play on the piano apanhei-te cavaquinho that the customers wanted to buy.