Voices Of Brasil - Voices Of Brasil mp3 album
|Genre:||Electronic / Latin|
|Performer:||Voices Of Brasil|
|Title:||Voices Of Brasil|
|MP3 album size:||1179 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1444 mb|
|Digital formats:||AHX MIDI VOC RA WMA AC3 XM|
Provided to YouTube by Label Worx Ltd Brasil Voices (Original Mix) · Dos Santos Brasil Voices ℗ SMILE CREATIONS MUSIC LABEL Released on: 2019-03-18 Composer.
Recorded live during Brazilian Voices concert Lounge Brazil at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Fort Lauderdale, FL, May 10, 2013.
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The Voice Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro. Vozes de todos os cantos que emocionam e ganham sua torcida para se tornar a grande voz do Brasil. CommunitySee all. 6,684,289 people like this. 6,643,415 people follow this. AboutSee all. Contact The Voice Brasil on Messenger.
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During the Empire of Brazil era, the . composer and pianist Louis Moreau Gottschalk, then residing in Rio de Janeiro, composed two nationalistic works of classical music based on the Brazilian National Anthem that achieved great popularity during the imperial period: the Brazilian Solemn March ("Marcha Solene Brasileira", in the modern Portuguese spelling or "Marcha Solemne Brazileira", in the original. The national anthem is considered by the current Constitution of Brazil, adopted in 1988, to be one of the four national symbols of the country, along with the Flag, the Coat of Arms and the National Seal. The legal norms currently in force concerning the national anthem are contained in a statute passed in 1971 (Law . 00 of 1 September 1971), regulating the national symbols.
The 100 greatest Brazilian music records list was chosen by a voting held by the Rolling Stone Brasil magazine and published in October 2007.