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9 thoughts on “ Eliane Rodrigues - From Her Classical Repertory 2 (CD, Album) ”

  1. Oct 11,  · Artist: Eliane Rodrigues Title: Chopin: Notturno Year Of Release: Label: Navona Genre: Classical, Piano Quality: flac lossless / flac 24bits - kHz Total Time: Total Size: / mb WebSite: Album Preview.
  2. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Eliane Rodrigues was quickly identified to be a musical child prodigy. Her talent was discovered early on and was fostered by Helena Gallo, then Arnaldo Estrella, who himself was a student of Alfred Cortot and Yves Nat. At the age of three she started composing before she could even read or write notes.
  3. This is a fantastic album. It's especially notable for the fact that in , year-old Elis Regina sought to use her already-considerable popularity and influence to popularize a bunch of then-unknown (in Brazil) songwriting talent on the order of Gilberto Gil, Edu Lobo, Milton Nascimento, Caetano Veloso and Chico Buarque--that's to say, almost the whole upper-crust of the great MPB generation/5(6).
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  6. PURCHASE ALBUM. Eliane Rodrigues was born in Rio de Janeiro. The fact that she was a child prodigy was noticeable at a very early age: she started composing at three, played her first recital at five, and performed with an orchestra at the ages of six and seven. She also produced over 25 CD’s, both live concerts and studio recordings.
  7. Eliane Rodrigues. プロフィール: Brazilian pianist (Rio de Janeiro, ), now living in Belgium. (CD, Album) Navona Records: NV US: このバージョンを出品: 09 Eliane Rodrigues: From Her Classical Repertory 2.
  8. Brazilian-born pianist Eliane Rodrigues convinces with her forceful, furious interpretations of keyboard works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven – among them the latter’s Fifth Symphony, grippingly arranged by Rodrigues herself.
  9. Who says classical musicians don't have a sense of humor:) A fantastic way of coping with something that can happen (but mostly doesn't) during a live performance! To see more of Eliane.

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