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Pascoal initially caught the international public’s attention with an appearance on Miles Davis ‘s album Live-Evilwhich featured him on three pieces, which he also composed.
Gazeta do Povo in Portuguese. September Learn how and when to remove this template message. He was born in Lagoa da CanoaAlagoasBrazil. Hermeto was married to Ilza da Silva, to whom he dedicated many compositions, from until her death in This article has multiple issues. Pascoal comes from a remote corner of northeastern Brazil, an area that lacked electricity at the time he was born. This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia.
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Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. Hermeto’s career began in with appearances on several Brazilian recordings alongside relatively unknown groups.
From forrro late s onward he has mostly led his own groups, playing at many prestigious venues, such as the Montreux Jazz Hermdto in This page was last edited on 12 Decemberat Folk music from rural Brazil is another important influence in his work. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Order of Cultural Merit Brazil. In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
These now-classic albums and the musicians involved Edu LoboElis ReginaCesar Camargo Mariano established widely influential new directions in post- bossa nova Brazilian jazz. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediatelyespecially if potentially libelous or harmful.
This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. Hermeto Pascoal born June 22, is a Brazilian composer and multi-instrumentalist.
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He learned the accordion from his father and practised for pascoall indoors as, being albino, he was incapable of working in the fields with the rest of his family. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hermeto Pascoal. People from Alagoas Samba torro Brazilian jazz genre flautists Brazilian jazz genre pianists Brazilian jazz genre guitarists Brazilian jazz genre saxophonists Latin jazz flautists Latin jazz pianists Latin jazz guitarists Latin jazz saxophonists People with albinism Miles Davis Brazilian jazz pianists Brazilian jazz composers Brazilian jazz keyboardists Brazilian multi-instrumentalists Melodica players births Living people Brazilian saxophonists Male saxophonists Male jazz composers 20th-century pianists 20th-century guitarists 20th-century saxophonists 21st-century pianists 21st-century guitarists 21st-century saxophonists 20th-century jazz composers 21st-century jazz composers Brazilian male composers Male pianists.
Known as o Bruxo the SorcererPascoal often makes music with unconventional objects such as teapots, children’s toys, and animals, as well as keyboards, button accordion, melodica forrp, saxophone, guitar, flute, voice, various brass and folkloric instruments.
Hermeto Pascoal e sua Visão Original do Forró