Ernesto Júlio Nazareth (March 20, Rio de Janeiro – February 4, Jacarepaguá, Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian composer and pianist, especially noted. Print and download in PDF or MIDI Brejeiro. Brejeiro – chorinho maxixe – E. Nazareth p/ violão. Na página de cada obra, clique em “partitura original” para acessar a versão para piano ou em “melodia e cifra” para uma Brejeiro, tango brasileiro.

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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 Janeiroone of five children.

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His mother, Carolina da Cunha gave him his first piano lessons. At the age of ernesyo, 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 rbejeiro, Casa Vieira Machado published his famous tango Brejeiro. Inhe wrote his first tango Cruz perigo. Inat the age of 17, he made his first public appearance at the Mozart Club.

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Inhe performed in concerts in different clubs of the court.

InCasa Vieira Machado launched a new catalogue of his compositions, including the tango Brejeiro, which achieved national and even international success, in that the Republican Guard band of Paris began to include it in their repertoire, coming even to record it. His first concert as a pianist took place in The following year he prepared the first edition of the tango Turuna. In Ernesto Nazareth was appointed third book-keeper of the National Treasurya position that he did not occupy for not mastering the English language.

The following year, he participated in a concert held at the National Institute of Music, playing the gavotte Corbeille de fleurs and the tango Ernesti.

Instead, he began to teach private piano lessons and was hired as a pianist for “Casa Gomes” in and the Odeon Cinema from He was given then a grand piano as a gift from his admirers. He was one of the first artists to play for the Society Radio of Rio de Janeiro. In he presented for the first time, a recital in which he performed only his compositions.

On February 1,Nazareth fled the asylum and was found alone three days later in the adjacent forest near a waterfall, dead by drowning. Nazareth was noted for creatively combining diverse influences into his music, not only of Brazilian music but also from the music of EuropeAfrica and ragtime.


Many of his compositions remain part of the repertory today. He composed 88 tangos, 41 waltzes28 polkas and numerous sambasgalopsquadrillesSchottischesfox-trotsromances and other types of scores, totaling complete compositions.

Ary Vasconcelos tells egnesto in his book Panorama da Musica Popular Brasileira that Nazareth was a “devoted family man who often gave the songs he composed titles breejiro honor of his son, sometimes his wife, or another relative. Travesso was dedicated to his son Ernesto, Marieta and Eulina to his two daughters, Dora to his wife Theodora, Brejeiro to his nephew Gilbert, etc.

Ernesto Nazareth

It became one of Nazareth’s greatest success, having the main theme been later tapped by the French composer Darius Milhaud in his Le Boeuf sur parttura Toit From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 11 December Retrieved 10 December Itamaraty – Ministerio das Relacoes Exteriores. Um tributo ao astuto. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

This page was last edited on 14 Mayat By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Escovado “Escovado”, composed and recorded by Ernesto Nazareth.

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