- Tropicalismo (Music)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 98-831006: Veloso, C. Verdade tropical, 1997: p. 17 (tropicalismo; tropicália)
- found: White, D. Dic. of pop. music styles of the world, c1998: p. 148, under Brazil (tropicalia, a cover term to describe the musical styles which have a heavy "tropical" rhythm as opposed to the "cool" light style of the bossa nova and samba; tropicalísmo, the same as "tropicalia")
- found: Sweeny, P. The Virgin directory of world music, 1992: p. 236 (the tropicalia movement, begun in the 1960's, was led by Bahían artists Gilberto Gil, Gaetano Veloso, Maria Bethania, and Gal Costa; tropicalia's principal aesthetic aim was to liberate the musical imagination, remove barriers between genres and create new fusions)
- found: World music, 1994: p. 564-565 (tropicalismo, musical movement that erupted in the late 1960s; it consisted of mixing a large number of regional genres together, stirring in rock influences like electric guitars and elaborate studio production, and topping everything off with extraordinarily dense, oblique lyrics)
- found: Albin, R.C. MPB, 1997: p. 155 (Tropicalismo; aimed at youth market; use of electric guitars and free and loose lyrics)
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