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22. Azulão

All Around This World sings the poetic “Azulão” as a Brazilian lullaby. This poetic love song is the lament of a boy who lives on the sertão, which is a rather barren-looking, semi-arid plain in Brazil’s interior highlands. The girl in the song has moved away, and the boy, lamenting the fact that the girl is gone, dispatches a sertão bluebird to fly to her and tell her how much he misses her.

Noted Brazilian 20th century poet Manuel Bandeira wrote the lyrics for this song, which is a “modhina,” a Brazilian romantic art song that became popular in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Country: Brazil
Language: Portuguese
Genre on CD: Cuban bolero

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Vocals: Giovana Robinson

Piano: John Stengel

Recorded by Daoud Shaw at Radioactive Productions, Philadelphia

© music (c) Peer International Corp. on behalf of Iramos Vitale S.A.
successor to E. S. MANGIONE - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil.
All rights reserved for all countries of the world, translation and arrangement by Jay Sand with permission, Instrumental arrangement by Arturo Stable

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