Chôros No. 5 ("Alma Brasileira", Brazilian Soul) is a solo piano composition written in 1925 by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. It forms a part of a series of fourteen numbered compositions collectively titled Chôros, ranging from solos for guitar and for piano up to works scored for soloist or chorus with orchestra or multiple orchestras, and in duration up to over an hour. Chôros No. 5 is one of the shorter members of the series, with a performance lasting about four-and-a-half minutes.

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  • Chôros No. 5 ("Alma Brasileira", Brazilian Soul) is a solo piano composition written in 1925 by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. It forms a part of a series of fourteen numbered compositions collectively titled Chôros, ranging from solos for guitar and for piano up to works scored for soloist or chorus with orchestra or multiple orchestras, and in duration up to over an hour. Chôros No. 5 is one of the shorter members of the series, with a performance lasting about four-and-a-half minutes. (en)
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  • Heitor Villa-Lobos
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  • W207
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  • Maria Antonia de Castro, piano
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  • Chôros
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  • 1 (xsd:integer)
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  • Chôros No. 5
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  • Portuguese
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  • unknown
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  • Peppercorn, Lisa M. 1991. Villa-Lobos: The Music: An Analysis of His Style, translated by Stefan de Haan. London: Kahn & Averill; White Plains, NY: Pro/Am Music Resources Inc. ISBN 1-871082-15-3 ; ISBN 0-912483-36-9.
  • Villa-Lobos, sua obra. 2009. Version 1.0. MinC / IBRAM, and the Museu Villa-Lobos. Based on the third edition, 1989.
  • Negwer, Manuel. 2008. Villa-Lobos: Der Aufbruch der brasilianischen Musik. Mainz: Schott Music. ISBN 3-7957-0168-6. Portuguese version as Villa Lobos e o florescimento da música brasileira. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2009. ISBN 978-85-61635-40-4.
  • Nóbrega, Adhemar Alves da. 1975. Os chôros de Villa-Lobos. Rio de Janeiro: Museu Villa-Lobos.
  • Appleby, David P. 2002. Heitor Villa-Lobos: A Life . Lanham, MD, and London: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 0-8108-4149-5.
  • Villa-Lobos, Heitor. 1972. "Choros: Estudo técnico, estético e psicológico", edited in 1950 by Adhemar Nóbrega. In Villa-Lobos, sua obra, second edition, 198–210. Rio de Janeiro: MEC/DAC/Museu Villa-Lobos.
  • Neves, José Maria. 1977. Villa-Lobos, o choro e os choros. São Paulo: Musicália S.A.
  • Brioli, Camila Cursio. 2014. "Villa-Lobos' Choros No. 5 – Alma Brasileira (Brazilian Soul)". M.M. thesis, Georgia State University.
  • Assis, Carlos Alberto. 2009. "Fatores de coerência nos Choros nº 5 , de H. Villa-Lobos". Per Musi, no. 20:64–73.
  • Miller, Richard. 2011. "African Rhythms in Brazilian Popular Music". Luso-Brasilian Review 48, no. 1: 6–35.
  • Béhague, Gerard. 1994. Villa-Lobos: The Search for Brazil's Musical Soul. Austin: Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1994. ISBN 0-292-70823-8.
  • Moreira, Gabriel Ferrão. 2014. "A construção da sonoridade modernista de Heitor Villa-Lobos por meio de processos harmônicos: um estudo sobre os Choros". PhD diss. São Paulo: Universidade do Estado de São Paulo.
  • Galama, Paula Maria Lima. 2013. "Reconsidering Brazilian Representations in Choros No. 5 and Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4 For Piano by Heitor Villa-Lobos". DMA diss. Lexington: University of Kentucky.
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  • Piano
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  • Alma Brasileira
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  • Brazilian Soul
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  • Chôros No. 5 ("Alma Brasileira", Brazilian Soul) is a solo piano composition written in 1925 by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. It forms a part of a series of fourteen numbered compositions collectively titled Chôros, ranging from solos for guitar and for piano up to works scored for soloist or chorus with orchestra or multiple orchestras, and in duration up to over an hour. Chôros No. 5 is one of the shorter members of the series, with a performance lasting about four-and-a-half minutes. (en)
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  • Chôros No. 5 (en)
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