Music Globalization was the theme of the April 1 Musica M Debate

In “Music in Debate”, aired by CFCL-SINESP, on Friday, April 1, the theme of the meeting was not announced in advance, as is already the feature of this event.

During this time, mediators Jean Sequira and Marcos Mauricio came up with a selection of songs called “Musical Globalization”, the idea that music production incorporates an international and intercultural dimension in a highly illustrated way, allowing a unique blend of poetics. , Language and language.

Verses of a growing cosmopolitan and cosmic world

To set the theme of the event, the songs shared with the participants at the opening were “Disneylandia” and “O Mundo” – the first was released by the Titas band on the album “Titanomakia” (1993) and the second, by the group Karnak, on a 1995 acclaimed album. Was done.

Already in the first verses of “Disneylândia” one can hear a very accurate description of the events of a growing global, more cosmopolitan world: Succeed on the inside. “

In the same sense, but of course with more risky humor – as a feature of the band led by Andre Abuzamra – the verses that reach our ears are: Russian Salad. ”And in this song, rather than referring to the diversity of the world’s nationalities and their mix, it is a composition of music that presents a strange blend of melodies featuring Brazilian music and Oriental music.

Musical trip to the debate

This music has created a real journey through the “salads” of M-Debate musical style, language and nationality, marking the end of this April 1st afternoon and the beginning of the night.

For affiliate Regina Lucia Lame, in her first participation in “Música em Debate”, the event was “a wonderful class; a very good class on the world sound movement, in sound, what is happening in music. The world”.

Unlike Regina Lucia, Maria Cristina Garcia is a frequent visitor to clubs, but she had a similar feeling and said: “There is a journey between wonder and joy in participating in the Musica M debate, but the last meeting exceeded all my expectations.” .

In this “class” we went through their presentation of Minas Gerais (meaning “Man of the Goddess Danur”, Celtic), from the city of Virginha, playing live in Sওo Paulo. Celtic melodies and melodies mixed with rock C more “heard).

The combination of rhythm, sound and music was a world rock classic playing in the presentation of the Brazilian band Sambo. Satisfaction in the form of samba. “Is this the real messenger?” Several people present on the occasion performed.

In a version sung by Haitian rapper Wyclef Jean, we also find Edith Piaf’s immortalized classic “Ne Me Quite Pass”, which incorporates several hip-hop elements, including verses recited in English. About the original French characters.

Cristina Garcia, a French and other course student at CFCL – SINESP, said of the song: “I don’t know if I heard the song ‘No Me Quite Pass’ during the week in French class, it was a performance. That fascinated me the most. I think most of the people present knew music, different interpreters, Edith Piaf, Jack Braille, Maisa and many more cults, even Nina Simon. But all of a sudden, a Haitian rapper, Wyclef Jean, dared to come up with a brilliant interpretation of the song in hip hop rhythm, his interpretation is outrageous. “

And in French, the beautiful song “SOS d’un terrien en de’tresse”, performed by the impressive Kazakh singer Dimash Kudaibergen on a Chinese musical reality show, also reached the audience.

And Bosa Nova was also present: after listening to the song “Samba de Verao” in the well-known version of Catano Veloso (a song for which, more than a hundred versions have been recorded in Brazil alone) Finally, an impeccable performance by Canadian singer Diane Crawl was sung in English (with the title “So Beautiful”), who also played the piano.

And as the event drew to a close, collaborator Joaquina Pretz drew the attention of a Russian band, Defessa, who played a Russian version of the Brazilian band Os Mutantes’ “2001” song. He explores the country’s traditional music. And since SINESP and CFCL nurture the values ​​of culture and art from which it comes, without foolish cancellation, it is clear that the richness of the Russian language and the cultural production of that nation was appreciated from this advice.

And, as a complement, Ukraine was also represented by the dominant heavy metal proposed by the ginger band, whose vocalist Tatiana Schmyeluk and her guttural vocals, accompanied by the melodious melody of the song “Pisces” (sung in English), must have captivated the audience. . According to Christina Garcia, bands engaged in the movement to end the war in Ukraine and in recent days have launched a grant to help their country.

“It was very addictive,” said affiliate Regina Lucia, who said she was expecting something more general and that it was too different for her. To conclude a series of comments made by Cristiana Garcia, she explains: “We had” music in the debate “, a meeting that brought us knowledge about the effects of globalization on music; Allows time and space to travel through culture. “

It’s “music in debate”, always want to add, add, expand. And in our global world, the walls that try to separate are increasingly scarce and the wars that destroy beauty are always rejected.


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