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Noel Rosa que, segundo Mayra Pinto , p. Segundo Rocha a, p. Wilson Batista, apropriando-se dos temas e contexto supracitados, retrata o jeito maroto do malandro: O controle da malandragem, [ Nesse contexto, Dealtry , p. Este desvio reflete uma reversibilidade no tema original:
Maria Ermantina G. Martins Fontes, , p. Dialogismo, polifonia e intertextualidade: Discos Projeto Almirante. Acervo online. Intertextualidade e polifonia: Mauad, Songbook Noel Rosa. Malandros, folgados e valentes: Juiz de Fora, v. Revista Interdisciplinar de Cultura. Campinas, v. Polifonia textual e discursiva. De "Rapaz folgado" a "Malandro-sambista-profissional": Rio Grande. Rio Grande: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, , p. Ideologia e trabalho no Estado Novo.
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Pallas, Noel Rosa: Belo Horizonte: Literatura comparada: Os desafinados: Tempo , Rio de Janeiro, v. Alceu , v. ROSA, M. O malandro brasileiro: Rio Grande do Sul. Baleia na Rede. Tem mais samba: Editora 34, In it suffers severe damages as those same dissident voices win power and destroy the printing equipment.
[Songbook] Noel Rosa Vol. I
In it is bought by a foreign group and initiates its period of recovery and development with the creation of a radio station and two more magazines now adopting a more neutral political position.
A Folha da Noite was created in to become the second most read newspaper in the country. These three papers will become one under the name A Folha de S. Paulo, a leader amidst Brazilian national press.
Chiquinha Gonzaga O Abre Alas, together with two other following biographies were the object of a critical reading by Adriano Luiz Paraizo. He also detains on how these biographies depict Chiquinha invariably as a victim or heroine.
Morality and Desire in the Popular Culture Marketplace as her theoretical framework. It was not mentioned either that her mother was African. The biography aims at promoting her as a key figure in the creation of Brazilian identity, her abilities as music teacher and the fact that she was undoubtedly a pioneer of Brazilian feminism. If one were to describe Chiquinha based 1. All translations are responsibility of the author.
[Songbook] Noel Rosa Vol. I
Plus, her feminism is enveloped in harmony, the same national harmony that her rhythms produce. She insists on the genealogy of the heroine Chiquinha — one should note that the name Caxias is celebrated in Brazil on the 25th of August as the Day of the Army. Pedro II.
His name serves even today as an adjective to refer to anything and anybody who excessively fulfills laws and regulations.
The introduction thus serves to envelop Chiquinha in a strong nationalistic lineage associated with order, rules and conservatism and European roots. An Interpretation of the Brazilian Dilemma Thus, the titles of the chapters invoke a clear-cut contextual reality which the majority of Brazilians would recognize as virtuous and acceptable.
Chiquinha is the victim of an unloving husband as well, and as the author moves to explain her second love affair, she is the foolish prey of a young engineer of manly charms. It was not mentioned that her family had cut all contact with her and that her children — with the exception of one — had been taken from her.
Marisa Lira stresses the severity and modesty of her dressing as well as her Catholicism: If she were merely beautiful that might give rise to excessive admiration, attraction or vanity, but she is as beautiful as any proper, catholic, typical Brazilian woman should be — and we will return to this idea further ahead.
These ideals would have led her into patriotic activities such as the fight for the freedom of enslaved artists, or to request the mortal remains of the composer of the Brazilian national anthem would be honored.
Chiquinha had no saying in her marriage the same way she had no saying in following her civic impetus for a patriotic musical career in detriment of her husband and children.
But beyond integrating Chiquinha in the world that had shun her and that continued to ignore her Marisa Lira is also coherent with her own contextual reality in which women fighting for the right to education and the right to vote had still to invoke motherhood as the chief reason: How would a woman be a good wife if unable to cooperate with her husband in all matters? The full right to vote by women in Brazil was won in , only seven years before the publication of this biography and the context in which it was won still obliged to the needs of men.
By the end of her speech she states: But home is not only the space of four walls, home is also the school, the factory, the office.
According to Lira it had been the fight to feed those children — and we must remember that in reality she only lived with one child - that led her into work.
This phrase in itself is not innocent: Moreover, Lira is aware that the right to vote had been acquired with the support of the Bishop of Niteroi against the desire of many a catholic — Chiquinha, however, was such a good catholic she even had an altar in her own home, not to mention the fact that while in Lisbon from to she played organ for two religious ceremonious in Benfica Lira 74 per week without fail.
Jean Wiener, a French piano player and popular jazz composer known mostly by his compositions produced for film stated that Brazilian music stood as a major source of inspiration due to its original rhythms and melodies, specifically mentioning Ernesto Nazareth, Francisca Gonzaga and Villa Lobos as examples of the Brazilian character. Ernesto Nazareth and Villa Lobos are contemporary to Gonzaga.
They are both well-known by their Choro compositions owing way more to classical music than Gonzaga herself, but that interests us little in the present context as we simply look for the newspaper approach to Maestro Gonzaga.
Given the lack of other news one can only conclude the newspaper opted to ignore the personality and the life of the composer giving notice of her performances and none other. On the 7th of January of the newspaper reads: Those adepts wear a cane; dress in a masculine manner and bad mouth men.
They have a great defect […]: Not all men are willing to tie to an ugly sod with a bearded double chin […]. In fact, in light of such epithets it is rather astounding she would be mentioned at all.
Those seemingly innocuous mentions of her performances speak loudly than it would seem to an innocent reader. Here is the ambitioned ideal that inflames the empty heads of black or blond braids.
The silence offered around the life of Gonzaga denotes the popularity and appreciation for her music standing way above her private life circumstances. During the 30s there are eight other occurrences of her name2 — referring, again, to nothing but her musical productions. She is also deeply respected not just amongst Brazilians but the Portuguese and even the French as she had received an honorable distinction for the composition of a march in glory of the French army.
In this world, violence against women is a joke, and a need, if you are to keep your women under control. Published in Rio it was distributed all over Brazil, with an average of pages per issue. In it counted thousand copies every Thursday and usually sold out in the same day. In it was the 8th most read publication in the country; from the other seven only one was directed to women A Cigarra, which was an entertainment guide.
The later is shown as capable of moving onto an upper class and both are advised to stay at home in order to fulfill their homely mission, and the mission of Vargas. The author warns us that such views would belong to a minority he agrees with. In the ad coffee is depicted as a black woman who the white man, sugar, is espousing. Independently of race the perfect state is marriage. The modern though not so modern women that the magazine was directed to were not entitled to creative displays.
Modern women are supposedly divorced from their grandmother ways but their modernity does not seem to surpass anything but their financial power to follow the newspaper beauty advertising. You conquered him, will you be able to keep him? An intelligent woman as you are you know your hardest task will be to keep your husband.
And there are so many single women who are a danger to your marital peace! The biography of Chiquinha as Lira concocted did fit the Vargas political agenda and thus suffered no censorship. Both publications use and manipulate her background to uphold her national glorification and European prestige. It would be easy to venture that if Mariza Lira or the newspaper mentioned the African background of the artist Gonzaga would have been shamed but reading voices such as the above makes us believe that were not the cruces of the problem.