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1. Brazilian jive: from samba to bossa and rap Book , Print in English
David Treece. 2013 .

Treece, Dave,

As Brazil grows in stature as a global power, more and more people are discovering the country's fascinating culture, especially the striking exuberance and inventiveness of Brazilian popular music. In Brazilian Jive, David Treece uncovers the genius of Brazilian song, both as a…
3. Brazilian popular music & globalization Book , Print in English
edited by Charles A. Perrone & Christopher Dunn. 2001 .

"Chiclete com banana:" internationalization in Brazilian popular music / Charles A. Perrone and Christopher Dunn -- Carmen Mirandadada / Caetano Veloso -- Myth, melopeia, and mimesis: Black Orpheus, Orfeu, and internationalization in Brazilian popular music / Charles A. Perrone…
4. Brazilian Popular Music and Citizenship Book , Online in English
Chris McGowan and Ricardo Pessanha. 2009 .

McGowan, Chris, 1956-

"At the second International Song Festival in 1967, Milton Nascimento had three songs accepted for competition. He had no intention of performing them - he hated the idea of intense competition. In fact, Nascimento might never have appeared at all if Eumir Deodato hadn't…
Chris McGowan and Ricardo Pessanha. 1998 .

McGowan, Chris, 1956-

"Revised and updated edition of the 1991 publication (see item #bi 98010688#). Welcome additions are an expanded coverage of axé music and other musical styles from Bahia, and information on recent Brazilian artists and musical styles"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.