Chôros No.3, W206 (Villa-Lobos, Heitor)

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First edition (reprint)

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Paris: Eschig, 1928. Plate M.E. 2316.

Reprinted:

Paris: Eschig, 1954.

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Paris: Eschig, n.d.(ca.1928). Plate M.E. 2317 & M.E. 5132.

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General Information

Work Title Chôros No.3
Alternative Title Picapau
Composer Villa-Lobos, Heitor
Opus/Catalogue Number W206
Movements/Sections 1
Year/Date of Composition 1925
First Performance 1925-11-30 in São Paulo
(Appleby gives the following: 1927-12-05 in Paris - Cazuhac ; Poimbeuf ; G. Dherin ; Entraigue ; Penable ; Marquette ; Dervaux ; Ribert Siohan (conductor))
First Publication 1928
Dedication Tarsila and Oswaldo de Andrade
Average Duration 4 minutes
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Clarinet, Saxophone (E), Bassoon, 3 Horns, Trombone, Male Choir (TTBarB)


Misc. Comments

Inscribed as 'Dedicated to the sonorous atmosphere of the primitive music of the aborigines of the states of Matto Grosso and Goias'. Based on the theme 'Nozani-ná' from the Pareci Indians (as collected by E. Roquette Pinto, from Mato Grosso).

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