Cirandinhas, W210 (Villa-Lobos, Heitor)

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PDF scanned by Kenneth Gill
KGill (2010/6/18)

Publisher. Info. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Arthur Napoleão, 1926.
Reprinted Boca Raton: Masters Music Publications, 1992. Catalog M 2002.
Misc. Notes 300dpi B/W. Scanned from a poor-quality source.
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General Information

Work Title Cirandinhas
Alternative. Title
Composer Villa-Lobos, Heitor
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. W210
Key see below
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 pieces:
  1. Zangou-se o cravo com a rosa (C major)
  2. Adeus, bela morena (E minor)
  3. Vamos, maninha (C major)
  4. Olha aquela menina (D major)
  5. Senhora pastora (B major)
  6. Cai, cai, balão (D minor)
  7. Todo o mundo passa (G major)
  8. Vamos ver a mulatinha (B major)
  9. Carneirinho, carneirão (G major)
  10. A canoa virou (D major)
  11. Nesta rua tem um bosque (D minor)
  12. Lindos olhos que ela tem (F minor)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1925
First Publication. 1925?
Average DurationAvg. Duration 26 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Piano
Extra Information All of the themes in this set are from Brazilian folk music. Many of them found their way into other compositions, such as the String Quartet No.5 (1931) and Cirandas (1926).