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Engajamento e intervenção sonora no Brasil no pós-1964: a ditadura militar e os sentidos plurais do show Opinião

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Author(s): Kátia Rodrigues Paranhos

Journal: Pitágoras 500
ISSN 2237-387X

Volume: 2;
Start page: 73;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Opinião | post-1964 Brazil | engaged play

ABSTRACT
This paper deals with the historical relevance of Opinião, a play enacted in December 1964, which had an important role as a political representation of the resistance to the military dictatorship in Brazil. I highlight some key aspects of this musical, such as the mixture of cultural traditions, the predominance of what Eric Hobsbawm names “functional songs” (labor songs, satirical music and love regrets) as well as the art production/creation of actors/singers Nara Leão (a Bossa Nova diva), João do Vale (a Northeastern composer) and Zé Keti (a Rio de Janeiro samba composer).
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