Choro meets Bach

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CB♭2 CDs
15 songs★★

About this album

The purpose of this work is to musically illustrate the similarities between choro and Bach's music. Bach is considered one of the most important composers of the Baroque era.

From Bach's vast repertoire, we selected 14 pieces and arranged them for choro ensemble, playing with the traditional choro swing and rhythm. We chose the instruments most commonly found in choro to play the solos of these works as well - flute, mandolin, clarinet, and sax.

Choro and Bach finally united, just to listen to or even to play along!

Good practice!

Contents

  1. BWV 208.9
    Daniela Spielmann (soprano saxophone) and Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  2. BWV 1006.3
    Rodrigo Lessa (mandolin)
  3. BWV 893
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute) and Luis Afonso “Montanha” (bass clarinet)
  4. BWV 939
    Nailor Proveta (clarinet)
  5. BWV 1013.1
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  6. BWV 21.3
    Daniela Spielmann (soprano saxophone) and Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  7. BWV 578
    Nailor Proveta (clarinet), Alexandre Ribeiro (clarinet, clarinet) and Luis Afonso “Montanha” (bass clarinet)
  8. BWV 1009.5
    Nailor Proveta (clarinet)
  9. BWV 785
    Alexandre Ribeiro (clarinet) and Luis Afonso “Montanha” (bass clarinet)
  10. BWV 1013.4
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  11. BWV 643
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute, flute)
  12. BWV 881
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute, flute)
  13. BWV 1056.2
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  14. BWV 209.1
    Nailor Proveta (clarinet) and Toninho Carrasqueira (flute)
  15. Musica notturna delle strade di Madrid Luigi Boccherini
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)

Specifications

Collection Choro meets...
Repertoire 15 songs
Includes 2 CDs with 15 songs with soloists, 1 tuning track and 50 playback tracks
Scores for C C | B♭ B♭
Level of difficulty ★★ intermediate
Size 9 x 12 in
Number of pages 120
Weight 1.56 lbs
Presentation spiral bound
ISBN 978-0-9843085-1-4

Musicians

Soloists

Choro ensemble

Credits

Arrangements and adaptations Daniel Dalarossa
Arrangements for the choro ensemble (base music) Alessandro Cardoso, Charlles da Costa, Paulão (7 cordas), Netinho Albuquerque and Daniel Dalarossa
Editing and revision of scores Daniel Dalarossa
Harmony transcription and revision Daniel Dalarossa (BWV21.3, BWV643, BWV939), Jonathan Salzedo and Daniel Dalarossa (BWV208.9, BWV893), Marco Bertaglia (BWV785, BWV881, BWV1006.3, BWV1009.5) and Italo Peron (BWV209.1, BWV578, BWV1013.1, BWV1013.4, BWV1056.2)
Recordings of the Choro Ensemble, editing, mixing, and mastering Estúdio Umuarama, by Ricardo Calafate
Solo recordings Estúdio Umuarama (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Estúdio 185 (São Paulo, Brazil), Global Choro Music Studios (Fremont, CA)