Roncaglio; Bayer; Preyer; Costa; Soares
Composed by: Moraes; Valente; Buarque
Whoever watches the Samba Schools parading in Rio de Janeiro nowadays may not perceive the Samba’s musical richness both as a musical and literary genre. + The Samba is, however, in its origins a very sophisticated musical form from a poetic, instrumental and harmonic viewpoint. + A typical expression of urban popular culture, its origins go back to the most popular styles among Rio de Janeiro’s inhabitants, once the country’s capital city. + The classically trained Brazilian singer Cristiane Roncaglio is also an enthusiast of Brazilian music, Bossa Nova as well as Música Popular Brasileira.