Norberto Macedo – Violao em Recital de Gala (1971)

Copacabana CLP 11671

01. Pavanas (Gaspar Sanz)
02. Inverno (Eduardo Souto)
03. Choro Nº 3 (José Emmanoel da Silva)
04. Adágio (Johann Sebastian Bach)
05. Gilda (Francisco Sá)
06. Estudo Nº 1 (Norberto Macedo)
07. Gavota (A. Scarlatti)
08. Valsa Seresteira (J. Guerra Vicente)
09. Minueto (Fernando Sor)
10. Romança (Norberto Macedo)
11. El Abejorro (Emílio Pujol)
12. A Time For Us (Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet) (Nino Rota / Larry Kusik / Eddie Snyder)

ROMEO AND JULIET

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Norberto Macedo – Violao em Recital de Gala (1971)

Copacabana CLP 11671

01. Pavanas (Gaspar Sanz)
02. Inverno (Eduardo Souto)
03. Choro Nº 3 (José Emmanoel da Silva)
04. Adágio (Johann Sebastian Bach)
05. Gilda (Francisco Sá)
06. Estudo Nº 1 (Norberto Macedo)
07. Gavota (A. Scarlatti)
08. Valsa Seresteira (J. Guerra Vicente)
09. Minueto (Fernando Sor)
10. Romança (Norberto Macedo)
11. El Abejorro (Emílio Pujol)
12. A Time For Us (Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet) (Nino Rota / Larry Kusik / Eddie Snyder)

ROMEO AND JULIET

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

Norberto Macedo – Alto Macabu (2000)

Uirapuru Discos S/no

The fifth and newest career album by guitar virtuoso Norberto Macedo in front of us all, a courtesy of Nilton Maia.

Nineteen steps up:

01. Españoleta (Gaspar Sanz) (Transcrição: Norberto Macedo) 
02. Rondó (Fernando Fernandiere)
03. Estilo Popular (Arranjo: Miguel Llobet)
04. Três Prelúdios (Francisco Tárrega)
05. Adelita (Francisco Tárrega)
06. Lágrima (Francisco Tárrega)
07. Dois Estudos (Mauro Giuliani)
08. Estudo Nº5 (Fernando Sor)
09. Melodia (Robert Schumann) (Transcrição: by Norberto Macedo)
10. Meu Sonho (Helena D’Anzicourt Ribeiro)
11. Maria Cândida (Norberto Macedo)
12. Pinheiros da Minha Terra (Norberto Macedo)
13. Acalanto (Norberto Macedo)
14. Saudade (Norberto Macedo)
15. Docemente (Norberto Macedo)
16. O Bosque (Norberto Macedo)
17. Crepúsculo (Norberto Macedo)
18. Floresta do Sumaré (Norberto Macedo)
19. Alto Macabu (Norberto Macedo)

MACABU HEIGHTS

Créditos: Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia

Norberto Macedo – Alto Macabu (2000)

Uirapuru Discos S/no

The fifth and newest career album by guitar virtuoso Norberto Macedo in front of us all, a courtesy of Nilton Maia.

Nineteen steps up:

01. Españoleta (Gaspar Sanz) (Transcrição: Norberto Macedo) 
02. Rondó (Fernando Fernandiere)
03. Estilo Popular (Arranjo: Miguel Llobet)
04. Três Prelúdios (Francisco Tárrega)
05. Adelita (Francisco Tárrega)
06. Lágrima (Francisco Tárrega)
07. Dois Estudos (Mauro Giuliani)
08. Estudo Nº5 (Fernando Sor)
09. Melodia (Robert Schumann) (Transcrição: by Norberto Macedo)
10. Meu Sonho (Helena D’Anzicourt Ribeiro)
11. Maria Cândida (Norberto Macedo)
12. Pinheiros da Minha Terra (Norberto Macedo)
13. Acalanto (Norberto Macedo)
14. Saudade (Norberto Macedo)
15. Docemente (Norberto Macedo)
16. O Bosque (Norberto Macedo)
17. Crepúsculo (Norberto Macedo)
18. Floresta do Sumaré (Norberto Macedo)
19. Alto Macabu (Norberto Macedo)

MACABU HEIGHTS

Créditos: Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia

Norberto Macedo – Portinari 90 Anos – Coracao Brasileiro (1983)

Kuarup KCP 90

After the publication of Norberto Macedo‘s  Norberto Macedo – Meu Violao… Minha Seresta… (1969) Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia contacted me and offered to send us the complete discography of Norberto Macedo, an offer which I simply would not and could not refuse..

Here is the first album out of Nilton‘s collection, accompanied by the text Nilton wrote:

This was the third Norberto Macedo’s record, launched as non-commercial by a graphic arts company and given as a gift for its clients in 1993. It contains his own compositions played by him, two other guitarists (his pupils) and a harpsichord player.
The record was a tribute for the 90th birthday of the great Brazilian painter Candido Portinari (1903-1962) and some compositions have the same name as Portinari’s paints. For example: O Sonho (The Dream), Um Baile na Roça (A Rural Ball), Namorados (Valentine):

01. Paisagem de Brodosqui (Prelúdio Nº13) (Norberto Macedo)*
02. O Sonho (Norberto Macedo)*
03. Baile na Roça (Norberto Macedo)*
04. Namorados (Norberto Macedo)*
05. Choro para Portinari (Norberto Macedo)*
06. Coração Brasileiro (Norberto Macedo)*
07. O Menino de Brodosqui (Norberto Macedo)**
08. Lembrança (Norberto Macedo)*
09. Bambuí (Prelúdio Nº12) (Norberto Macedo)*
10. Emília (Norberto Macedo)*
11. De MansinhoChoro (Norberto Macedo)***
12. Lembranças de Outono (Norberto Macedo)*
13. Choro da Volta (Norberto Macedo)****
14. Muriaé (Norberto Macedo)*
15. RecordaçõesChoro (Norberto Macedo)****
16. Prece do Seresteiro (Norberto Macedo)*

Musicians:
* Norberto Macedo (Acoustic Guitar)
 
** Norberto Macedo (Acoustic Guitar) and Rosana Lanzelotte (Harpsichord)

*** Norberto Macedo, Maurício Trindade (Acoustic Guitars) and Rosana Lanzelotte   (Harpsichord)

**** Norberto Macedo, Maurício Trindade, João Candido Portinari (Acoustic Guitars)  and Rosana Lanzelotte (Harpsichord)

ACOUSTIC GUITARS AND HARPSICHORD

Créditos: Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia

Norberto Macedo – Portinari 90 Anos – Coracao Brasileiro (1983)

Kuarup KCP 90

After the publication of Norberto Macedo‘s  Norberto Macedo – Meu Violao… Minha Seresta… (1969) Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia contacted me and offered to send us the complete discography of Norberto Macedo, an offer which I simply would not and could not refuse..

Here is the first album out of Nilton‘s collection, accompanied by the text Nilton wrote:

This was the third Norberto Macedo’s record, launched as non-commercial by a graphic arts company and given as a gift for its clients in 1993. It contains his own compositions played by him, two other guitarists (his pupils) and a harpsichord player.
The record was a tribute for the 90th birthday of the great Brazilian painter Candido Portinari (1903-1962) and some compositions have the same name as Portinari’s paints. For example: O Sonho (The Dream), Um Baile na Roça (A Rural Ball), Namorados (Valentine):

01. Paisagem de Brodosqui (Prelúdio Nº13) (Norberto Macedo)*
02. O Sonho (Norberto Macedo)*
03. Baile na Roça (Norberto Macedo)*
04. Namorados (Norberto Macedo)*
05. Choro para Portinari (Norberto Macedo)*
06. Coração Brasileiro (Norberto Macedo)*
07. O Menino de Brodosqui (Norberto Macedo)**
08. Lembrança (Norberto Macedo)*
09. Bambuí (Prelúdio Nº12) (Norberto Macedo)*
10. Emília (Norberto Macedo)*
11. De MansinhoChoro (Norberto Macedo)***
12. Lembranças de Outono (Norberto Macedo)*
13. Choro da Volta (Norberto Macedo)****
14. Muriaé (Norberto Macedo)*
15. RecordaçõesChoro (Norberto Macedo)****
16. Prece do Seresteiro (Norberto Macedo)*

Musicians:
* Norberto Macedo (Acoustic Guitar)
 
** Norberto Macedo (Acoustic Guitar) and Rosana Lanzelotte (Harpsichord)

*** Norberto Macedo, Maurício Trindade (Acoustic Guitars) and Rosana Lanzelotte   (Harpsichord)

**** Norberto Macedo, Maurício Trindade, João Candido Portinari (Acoustic Guitars)  and Rosana Lanzelotte (Harpsichord)

ACOUSTIC GUITARS AND HARPSICHORD

Créditos: Nilton Antonio Rodrigues Maia

Norberto Macedo – Meu Violao… Minha Seresta… (1969)

RCA Camden CALB 5222

Violão player Norberto Macedo for the first time on Parallel Realities with his second album out of altogether five covering the span between 1969 and 2000.

Linear notes written by Clóvis Mello give more information about this Lp, but it is still incomplete without listening to:

01. Minha Crença (Horondino Silva “Dino” / Del Loro)
02. Só Nós Dois (Gastão Lamounier / Anuar Jorge)
03. Sorris da Minha Dor (Paulo Medeiros)
04. Alma de Beduíno (Noberto Macedo)
05. Ivone (Altamiro Carrilho / Horondino Silva “Dino”)
06. Branca (Zequinha de Abreu)
07. E O Destino Desfolhou (Gastão Lamounier / Mário Rossi)
08. Boneca (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral)
09. Quinta Valsa de Esquina (Francisco Mignone)
10. Última Inspiração (Peterpan)
11. Manhã de Luz (Horondino Silva “Dino”)
12. Recordações (Norberto Macedo)

MANHÃ DE LUZ corrected link

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT NORBERTO MACEDO by Nilton Maia:

The guitarist Norberto Macedo was my guitar teacher during many years and my friend since 1965. He was a great musician, besides very good composer and teacher. Unfortunately he died four years ago (in august 27, 2011).
He had three LPs, three CD’s and one K7 launched, all of them of high quality, besides a guitar method published. One of the LPs was dedicated to Villa-Lobos’s guitar music and was considered one of the best interpretations of this music by whom that had the pleasure to listen it, including some music critics. So, your post can be considered a tribute to Norberto.
If you want to know a little more about Norberto access this blog, please:

http://www.geocities.ws/norbertomacedo/pindex.html

He also can be watched in Youtube by this link, playing a “choro” composed for his son Leonardo, when he was a child. In this vídeo Norberto makes a tribute to Leonardo’s memory because he died some years before the video, at the age of 32.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDDQFVkbJlw
 

Norberto Macedo – Meu Violao… Minha Seresta… (1969)

RCA Camden CALB 5222

Violão player Norberto Macedo for the first time on Parallel Realities with his second album out of altogether five covering the span between 1969 and 2000.

Linear notes written by Clóvis Mello give more information about this Lp, but it is still incomplete without listening to:

01. Minha Crença (Horondino Silva “Dino” / Del Loro)
02. Só Nós Dois (Gastão Lamounier / Anuar Jorge)
03. Sorris da Minha Dor (Paulo Medeiros)
04. Alma de Beduíno (Noberto Macedo)
05. Ivone (Altamiro Carrilho / Horondino Silva “Dino”)
06. Branca (Zequinha de Abreu)
07. E O Destino Desfolhou (Gastão Lamounier / Mário Rossi)
08. Boneca (Benedito Lacerda / Aldo Cabral)
09. Quinta Valsa de Esquina (Francisco Mignone)
10. Última Inspiração (Peterpan)
11. Manhã de Luz (Horondino Silva “Dino”)
12. Recordações (Norberto Macedo)

MANHÃ DE LUZ corrected link

Créditos: Pedro & 300discos

ABOUT NORBERTO MACEDO by Nilton Maia:

The guitarist Norberto Macedo was my guitar teacher during many years and my friend since 1965. He was a great musician, besides very good composer and teacher. Unfortunately he died four years ago (in august 27, 2011).
He had three LPs, three CD’s and one K7 launched, all of them of high quality, besides a guitar method published. One of the LPs was dedicated to Villa-Lobos’s guitar music and was considered one of the best interpretations of this music by whom that had the pleasure to listen it, including some music critics. So, your post can be considered a tribute to Norberto.
If you want to know a little more about Norberto access this blog, please:

http://www.geocities.ws/norbertomacedo/pindex.html

He also can be watched in Youtube by this link, playing a “choro” composed for his son Leonardo, when he was a child. In this vídeo Norberto makes a tribute to Leonardo’s memory because he died some years before the video, at the age of 32.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDDQFVkbJlw