Asa Branca. By Baden Powell. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Asa Branca. Featured Listen to Baden Powell in full in the Spotify app. Play on. A Lenda Do Abaete by Baden Powell · A primera vez · A Primera Vez by Baden Powell · Abismo de rosas · Abismo De Rosas by Baden Powell · Acalanto das. Baden Powell de Aquino usually known simply as Baden Powell, was one of the greatest Brazilian guitarists. He explored the instrument to its.
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Le Coeur de Baden Powell – Vol.4
Le Coeur de Baden Powell – Vol. Baden Powell Quartet on the cd-bonus tracks which are taken from the record “Lotus”. Badem de Froberville Producing: Philippe Thomas Recording Engineer: FLD CD number: September Also published as: Four French records series, three re-released on cd. Luis Agudo told us: There was given very little time to record five LPs, but Baden agreed and decided not to return to Rio and to stay in Paris. He asked me to play percussion as I had played on another record the year before.
We walked to the studio, that was located out of Paris, it was very cold. Baden decided to record only four instead of five LPs. He didn’t have his own guitar with him so the French guitarist Maurice Coulas, who was also in the studio, lend him his guitar: The four LPs were done within two days.
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Luckily the year did not end without a recording. The short recording time is hardly noticed. These two days resulted in an remarkable artistic work of all people involved. However due to the short time span mostly arrangements of known Brazilian songs and improvisations like Samba or Braziliense were done. In all Baden presented 8 new compositions, one of them Retrato Brasileiro reminding of Chopin’s Nocturne op.
Noticeable ist the relaxed, happy mood of the recordings, since most of his releases have a more melancholic mood. The song Barquinho that opens the first of the four LPs was written by Roberto Menescal and originated from a kind of emergency situation during a boat trip. Menescal made the best out of the situation and composed the song.
Baden and his musicians also made the best of the short recording time – and succeeded. The recordings are the first with bass player Guy Pedersen or Pedersonborn on June 10th in Grande-Fort-Philippe, France, who would accompany him the following years on tour and on records.
In Festival published Samba Triste Vol. However, Samba Triste comes from a different period of development and was recorded in Interesting is to look at which titles were selected by Baden Powell. He was often considered a Bossa Nova guitarist, but on these and other recordings he preferred Afro- Samba and Brazilian Jazz.
On the four recordings there are titles of thirteen different composers from divers eras.
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His own and Tom Jobim’s compositions are the most numerous. Between and parts were released on CD, including some bonus tracks from other Festival recordings from to Only brancca some titles were re-released on the sampler O Universo Musical de Baden Powell with a well-done remastering. Some recordings are wrongly dated as in the booklet.
Only by the personal help of Luis Agudo we could find out the correct recording date.
Again thanks a lot! Additional info from Max in France on 31 August It was probably not a very big, nor very high tech studio for it’s time.
I think it was built in a typical norman farm, this probably explains why Luis Agudo remembers a cold temperature. Max translated also the handwritten words inside the record: That’s why I dedicate this record to all my french friends.
I hope they will enjoy hearing it as much as I enjoyed recording it. Germany for his translation and Max for his info and translation. Jean-Pierre Leloir, Sergio Bernardo.