Ernesto Nazareth 3

You are here: Home page » Catalog » Songbooks » Ernesto Nazareth 3
Buy now
US$ 29.00
Take a look inside
11 songs★★☆

About this album

The series “Classics of the Brazilian Choro – You are the Soloist!” enables you to discover the Choro style through the incomparable experience of performing the compositions yourself, accompanied by a Choro Ensemble.

Each volume of the series features a famous composer of this amazing music style, including his/her main compositions in a digitally-mastered audio CD and a high-quality printed music book with the corresponding C, Bb and Eb scores, as well as interviews, biography, and relevance of the author to the history of Choro.

Using the CD, listen to the complete stereo tracks (with soloists) for your reference. Tune your instrument (flute, sax, clarinet or mandolin) using the tuning notes. Now have fun being the soloist, using the accompaniment tracks featuring a leading Choro Ensemble from Brazil.

Now you can play along with your own "Choro Ensemble," which will always be there for you, whether at home, on the road or at the beach.

Have fun and good training!


  1. A Fonte do Lambary
    Daniela Spielmann (soprano saxophone)
  2. Atlântico
    Nailor Proveta (clarinet)
  3. Desengonçado
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  4. Gentes! O Imposto Pegou?
    Ted Falcon (mandolin)
  5. Julita
    Daniel Allain (flute)
  6. Labirinto
    Milton Mori (mandolin)
  7. Sarambeque
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  8. Turbilhão de Beijos
    Daniel Dalarossa (flute)
  9. Bombom
    Harvey Wainapel (clarinet)
  10. Gaúcho
    Toninho Carrasqueira (flute)
  11. Ideal
    Daniel Allain (flute)


Collection Classics of the Brazilian Choro [You are the soloist!]
Repertoire 11 songs
Includes 1 CD with 11 songs with soloists, 1 tuning track and 11 backing tracks
Scores for C C | B♭ B♭ | E♭ E♭
Level of difficulty ★★☆ intermediate/advanced
Size 9 x 12 in
Number of pages 84
Weight 1.08 lbs
Presentation spiral bound
ISBN 978-0-9816691-6-8



Choro ensemble


Arrangements and adaptations Daniel Dalarossa and Roberta Marcinkowski, except for “Labirinto,” arranged by Daniel Dalarossa and Milton Mori
Harmony transcription and revision Roberta Marcinkowski, Luca Raele, and Marco Bertaglia
Arrangements for the choro ensemble (base music) Israel Bueno, Marco Bertaglia, Arnaldinho do Cavaco, Guta do Pandeiro, and Daniel Dalarossa
Recordings YB Estúdios SP (São Paulo, Brazil) and 510 Studios (Fremont, CA)
Recording, editing, mixing and mastering Carlos Lima and Beto Machado at YB Estúdios SP