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Milton, Minas & Geraes: uma cultura de resistência

Keywords: Milton Nascimento , música popular brasileira , lugares de memória.

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A study that discusses the places of memory in the works phonograph “Minas” and “Geraes”, Milton Nascimento, launched in 1975 and 1976, respectively, seen by critics of the season as the most representative of the “movement” Clube da Esquina. Such works have engendered an environment in which Brazil was experiencing a time of severe political repression, a situation in which Milton and his partners realize the opportunity in “Minas” sing in, in their roots in the countryside, and “Geraes”, sing out, by incorporating elements of its musicality of Latin America. “Minas” and “Geraes” has the meaning of being “places without gaps” - where there is no “desbunde”, on the contrary, an exposition of resistance within the body, passion, feelings, faith and memory - are unable be touched by a system whose premise was the total lack of sensitivity to the human and universal.

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