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Thanks for that explanation, Owl.

Nostalgia is located in the past and is somewhat conformist while saudade is very present, anguishing, anxious and extends into the future. On the mazurka the second beat has a small accent and maybe the zaudade beat is a little bit delayed. In Portuguese, sudade same word nostalgia has quite a different meaning. I’m beginning to learn Choro de Saudade and am wondering if anyone knows the meaning of the title? There is some use of the same device in the bassline – again I don’t think saudae really gives you two different harmonies.

Normal forum copyright rules apply. Saudade is like nostalgia but with the hope that what is being longed for might return, even if that return is unlikely or so distant in the future to be almost of no consequence to the present.

Bearing those things in mind might make it easier to identify the underlying chords.

Analysis of Choro da Saudade -Barrios – Classical Guitar

The sound result explains better than thousands of words It is also important to notice that the improvisation style is more related to baroque practices than a fhoro style or modern jazz.

It is hard to explain. I know you will do it justice I think it is actually Choro da Saudade Owl.

Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. I did get used to the scordatura He really rips through that. Topics archived from Public Space and its subforums after a long period of inactivity, or redundant for some other reason. Having a road baerios that they were barrioz in the circle means I could start to name them and then start to associate the shape with a particular seven chord.


I’ve also had the same for a very long time and somehow it mus thave gotten filed in a very obscure file in my noodle. If there is no answer to that question, we may be in freefall — a chain of dominant sevenths might create that effect, but then again we may only be going round the same arc of the circle of fifths that defines the scale if you look at any 7-note arc, you will find that the notes it includes always make a natural scale, i. Analyses of individual works for Classical Guitar and general discussions on analysis.

One might make a strong analogy with nostalgia as a feeling one has for a loved one who has died and saudade as a feeling one has for a loved one who has disappeared or is simply currently absent. Saudade is different than nostalgia the English word, that is.

Board index All times are UTC. I’ll take a look at that lesson link when I get to a place with a better internet connection tomorrow.

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Apparently Barrios wrote this piece upon hearing of the death of a friend, so although the piece is sad it also has the joy of particular memories I play this piece myself and it’s very beautiful So you can easily find some of his CDs on sites like A m a z o n. Not just naming them, but trying to understand what they are doing in the piece.

It is better if you play it in some sort of “baroque style”. It is something like a mazurka. My grasp of music theory is very primitive. I had a look at the score – it looks to me as though mm. Then perhaps I would recognize it the next time I see it. A choro is a particular style of music Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. The way I was remembering the sequence was by where the bass line was going.


Thanks Owl for that fine answer. Pay attention to the “swing” of the cavaquinho and the importance of the bass lines that make an important counterpoint to the melody. But make sure its Saudade when u play it. However, I always want more than one road sign to follow!

If you ask yourself what note you would expect the barriks to end on, if it were to end at the first possible opportunity, that note is what you perceive as the tonal centre at that point it may be better to call it the root of the chord that defines the tonal centre.

The unreachable chord in measure 28 crossbarremy teacher revoiced and I’m playing it at VI with the Eb on string 5, but that chorl really change its ID Mazurkas have their own variations too and they have some sort of characteristic swing. If you listen to Villa-Lobos own saaudade of this piece you will notice he has a proper swing because Villa-Lobos knew how to play choros.

I’m afraid I will have to watch it a number of times more before all that sinks in. Great lesson on 7ths! The choro I already knew but the saudade I have been hearing since way back in jazz music, brazilian and non-brazilian, and did not know.