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ID: 12/5/44

Primary Creator: Behague, Gerard (November 2, 1937-June 13, 2005)

Other Creators: Helm, Everett (July 17, 1913 - June 25, 1999)

Extent: 1.25 cubic feet

Arrangement: Organized into four series: Series 1: Brazilian music for voice and piano. Series 2: Brazilian music for piano. Series 3: Argentine Music. Series 4: Cuban Music. All music arranged alphabetically by the composer's last name.

Subjects: Folk music, National Music

Formats/Genres: Sheet music

Languages: Portuguese, Spanish;Castilian, English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of Brazilian sheet music from the period, ca. 1915-1945, many pieces bearing the stamp "Almirante" indicating the collection was originally amassed by Henrique F.D. Almirante (b. 1908), Brazilian singer, composer, scholar and collector active professionally in the 1930s-1950s. Publications from Casa Napoleao predominate. Consists largely of popular piano music or voice and piano editions, but also includes several works for violin and a few manuscript items. Includes dance music of the 1920s and 1930s, as well as works connected with Carnival festivities.

Also contains popular Argentine sheet music from the same time period, as well as popular Cuban sheet music from the 1960s.

Brazilian and Argentine collection acquired by Everett Helm sometime in the 1950s. Provenance of Cuban sheet music is unknown. Purchased by the University of Illinois Library from Tulane University's Inter-American Center for Musical Research in the late 1960s by librarian William M. McClellan, under the advice of ethnomusicologist Gerard Behague for Behague to use the collection for his research into the history of Brazilian Music. Only a portion of the Helm collection was acquired by the library to meet Behague's research needs.

Biographical Note

Gerard Behague was a member of the School of Music faculty at The University of Texas at Austin from 1974 until his death. Born in Montpellier, France, Behague spent his childhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He held a diploma from the Brazilian Conservatory of Music, a diploma (equivalent to the M.M.) from the University of Paris, and a Ph.D. from Tulane University, where he worked in the Inter-American Institute for Musical research.

Professor Behague began his career in musicology in 1966 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by teaching music history, American music, and Latin American music. He gradually moved towards increased interest in ethnomusicology, eventually starting a strong program in Latin American ethnomusicology that is currently maintained there by one of his UT students, Tom Turino.

From 1969-1977, he served as associate editor of the Yearbook for Inter-American Musical Research, and from 1974-78, he was editor of the journal Ethnomusicology. In 1980 he founded and subsequently edited the Latin American Music Review, a journal that provides a unique forum for academics from all of the Americas to publish in three languages. He was president of the Society for Ethnomusicology (1979-1981) and served on the board of directors of several professional associations.

Behague was particularly well known for his research on the music of Brazil, which he studied both as a music historian and as an ethnomusicologist. Among the books he wrote were his textbook, Music in Latin America: An Introduction (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1979), and Heitor Villa-Lobos: The Search for Brazil's Musical Soul (Austin, TX.: ILAS Monographs, UT Press, 1994).

Subject/Index Terms

Folk music
National Music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Acquisition Method: Collected first by Brazilian composer Almirante. Everett Helm then collected part of the collection from Almirante and built upon it through his own acquisitions. Deposited at Tulane University during the 1960s. Purchased by the University of Illinois Library, under the appeal of Gerard Behague, in the late 1960s, as Tulane University's Inter-American Center for Music Research had gone defunct and it was terminating its accompanying musicology library. Only a portion of Helm's collection was acquired by UIUC.

Related Materials: Everett Helm Manuscripts at the University of Indiana, Bloomington For more information please see http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly/lilly/mss/html/helm.html.


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Series 1: Brazilian music for voice and piano, ca. 1920s-1940sAdd to your cart.
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Fred E. Ahlert (lyrics by Roy Turk) "Farei Tudo Por Voce (I'll Get By)" 1943;

Zequinha Abreu (lyrics by Dino) "Amor e Medo" Piano and voice undated Irmaos Vitale Editores Sao Paulo. No. 100;

Zequinha Abreu (lyrics by Duque de Abramonte) "Bafo de Onca: Maxixe Carnavalesco"  Piano and voice 1924 Edicoes Triangulo. No.;

Zequinha Abreu (lyrics by Salvador Moraes) "Longe dos Olhos: Valsa Sentimental" Piano and voice. Undated Irmaoes Vitale.  No. 11677;

Zequinha Abreu (lyrics by Dino Castello) "Rosa Desfolhada (Flores Milagrosas) : Valsa Lenta" Piano and voice undated Irmaos Vitale. No. 38977;

Christovao de Alencar and Haroldo Lobo "Clube dos Barrigudos: Marcha" Piano and voice 1944 Irmaos Vitale No. 7450;

Salvador Moraes (lyrics by Antonio de Almeida [Neco]) "E bom que Doe : Samba Carnavalesco"  undated;

Antonio Almeida and Jayme Brito "Nao sei Nao: Marcha" undated E.S. Mangione No. 1154;

Joel de Almeida and Djalma Mafra "Cavalinho Bom: Marcha";

Miguel de Almeida "Fado do Paraizo";

Miguel de Almeida "Um Fado Portuguez";

J.C. Mendes de Almeida (Quinote) "E preciso tomar cuidado!.. : Maxixe de Carnival";

J.C. Mendes de Almeida (Quinote) "E preciso tomar cuidado!.. : Maxixe de Carnival";

J.C. Mendes de Almeida (lyrics by Fernando de Aguiar) "Foi Atraz da bananeira! : Samba";

Almirante "Nem Vergonha nem Juizo : Samba" 1932;

Ataulpho Alves and Mario Lago "Atire a primeira pedra : perdalo foi feito pra se pedir : Samba" 1943;

Ataulpho Alves and Antonio Almeida "Cuidado com essa Mulher : Manda essa mulher embora : Samba";

Ataulpho Alves "Laura : Samba";

Anuira "Ai! Juracy : Samba Carnavelesco" ;

J. Aymbera "Nego Bamba : Samba Batuque";

Lamartine Babo "Este mundo vai mal... : Maxixe-Caterete";

Lamartine Babo "Os Calcas Largas : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Lamartine Babo "Teu Cabello Nao Nega : Marcha";

Jorge Bandolim "Fallando Assim, Nao Estou Errado!..";

Paulo Barbosa and Luiz Lamego "Balaosinho Multicor : Marcha";

Joao de Barro and Alberto Ribeiro "Menina Internacional : Marcha";

Josue Barros "Nas Ondas dos Teus Cabellos : Valsa-Cancao";

Ary Barroso "Aquarela Brasileira : Samba Estilisado";

Ary Barroso "Da N'ella!... : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Ary Barroso "Inquietacao : Samba Estylo";

Ary Barroso "Segura esta Mulher : Marcha";

Ary Barroso "Terra Seca : Samba";

Ettore Bellini "E Arrivato L'Ambasciatore : Fox-Trot da Opereta";

Germano Benencase "Triste : Valsa Sentimental";

Bide e Francisco Alves "A Malandragem : Samba";

Chico Borora and Decio Abramo "Mandinga Doce : Cancao Sertaneja";

J. de Ayala Botto "Fado das Lagrimas";

Denis Brean "Boogie Woogie na Favela : Samba";

Plinio de Britto "Voca me conhece? : Samba";

Nacio Herb Brown "When Bhudda Smiles : Fox-Trot";

Amabilio Bulhoes "Aproveita! : Samba";

Samuel Henry Burgum "Sem Papae Desconfiar! : Maxixe Carnavalesco"

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Maria Carlota da Costa Pereira "No Telephone Rolinha, Baratinha, and Cia";

Pedro Caetano e Claudionor Cruz "Disse me disse : Samba";

Pedro Caetano and Francisco Santos "Nao Diga : Marcha";

Calazans (Jararaca) "Meu Brasil : Cancao";

Nabor Pires de Camargo "Vida Apurada : Sambinha dos Duzentao";

Erothides de Campos "Colombina : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Erothides de Campos "Nas Azas d'um Cherubim... : Valsa Lenta";

Erothides de Campos "Oh! Amas : Valsa Serenata"

Erothides de Campos "Os Meus Ais! : Samba Carnavalesco!";

Erothides de Campos "Sonhar venturas... : Valsa-Lenta";

F. Canaro "Cara Sucia : Tango Argentino";

J. Canuto "Os Bombeiros! : Marcha Triumphal";

Euripedes F. Capellani "Diz Meu Amor! ... : Samba";

Jose Capocchi "O Infiel";

Oscar Cardona "Minha Dor... : Samba Cancao";

Heitor Cardoso "Casa' E' Bao : Samba";

Joubert de Carvalho "Castello de luar: Valsa lenta";

Joubert de Carvalho "Adeus, adeus, eu vou-me embora : Valsa lenta";

Joubert de Carvalho "Vem, meu bemzinho! : Maxixe Carnavalesco";

J. Cascata and Leonel Azevedo "Nao pago o bonde : Marcha";

Arthur Castro "Dada Dede Didi : Samba";

Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro "Aluga-Se um Coracao : Samba";

Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro "O Passo das comidinhas : Marcha";

Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro "Razoes de um cantar: Valsa cancao";

Catullo da Paixao Cearense "Luar do Sertao : Cancao";

Vicente Celestino "Primeiro Amor : Cancao";

Antonio Guia Cerqueira "Vem Maguar : Marcha Para Frevo";

Alves Coelho "Duetto dos Apaches da Revista "O 31";

Santos Coelho "Flor do Mal : Valsa";

J.F. Fonseca Costa (Costinha) "Bahiana, Olha P'ra Mim!..";

J. Fonseca Costa (Costinha) "Pavilhao Glorificado : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Costa Junior "Ouro Sobre Azul : Tango";

Curt Crasselt "Assim Ya Ya! : Samba carnavelesco";

Curt Crasselt "Despedida : Valsa Lenta";

Curt Crasselt "Larga do Osso : Maxixe";

Curt Crasselt "Rouxinol : Fox-Trot";

Cruz e Sousa "Arlequim : Fox-Trot";

Cruz e Sousa "Quero-Te : Fox-Trot";

Cruz e Sousa "Saudades : Tango";

Hannibal Cruz "Ele foi : Samba";

Clovis Roque da Cruz "Melindrosa Futurista : Marcha";

Enrique Delfino (Delfy) (lyrics by Leon Alberti) (arr. Andre Filho) "Yo Quiero Una Mujer Desnuda : Fox-Trot Cancion";

Davis, Lewis and Rose (arr. J.F. Satierff) (lyrics by Zeca Ivo) "Gafanhoto (Show Me the Way) : Fox-Trot Cancao";

Kahn Donaldson (F. Correa da Silva) "Sim Senhor? E Meu Bebe! (Yes Sir That's My Baby) Charleston Fox-Trot";

Sabastiao Ferreira (Bastiao) "Quem Te Viu!... : Samba";

Antenor R. Duarte (Braz Cuba Segundo) "O Relogio da Mulata : Samba";

Djalma Guimaraes (Dege) "Nao Dou!... : Marcha Carnavalesca" 1931;

Amil de Etnecio (Duque de Abramonte) "Cavando a Vida (Comprimida) : Maxixe Apertado";

Eduardo "Ironia do Destino : Tango Cancao";

O. Perez Freire (lyrics by Luis Roldan) (Portuguese lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Maldito Tango!...";

Freire Junior (lyrics by Mutuca e Eva) "Casa Branca : O mulatinha, vem ca!"... : Choro-Maxixe";

F.J. Freire Junior (lyrics by Catullo Cearense) "Ouvindo as Ondas : Tango-Fado-Cancao";

Andre Filho and Alberto Ribeiro "Ratoeira : Marcha";

Andre Filho and Heitor dos Prazeres "Na Sua Casa Tem ... : Marcha";

Lilinha Fernandes "Fro do Imbirucu : Cancao Sertaneja" 1923;

Joao da Costa Freitas (lyrics by Tabareo) "Saudade que Mata : Tanguinho" 1930;

Lilinha Fernandes "Meu Amo : Cancao Sertaneja" 1930;

Lilinha Fernandes "Sodades D'ella : Cancao Sertaneja" 1930;

Andre Filho "Chora, Coracao : Marcha";

Armando Ferretti "Rubiecita del Liceo... : Shimmy";

Jose Francisco de Freitas (lyrics by Milton Amaral) "Venus : Jazz Fox-Trot";

Roberto Firpo (lyrics by Dolores Silva) "Em pleno estio (noche calurosa) : Valsa";

Arthur Faria (Athursinho) "Eu Quero e nota : Samba do Morro da Manqueira";

Jose Francisco de Freitas (lyrics by Orlando Vieira) "Minha sogra quer me tapear : Samba das sogras";

Brenno Ferreira "Bola Errada : Samba Carnavalesco";

S. Fernandes "Deixa essa mulher chorar";

Jose Francisco de Freitas (lyrics by Orlando Vieira) "Da, e toda mao..?! : Samba de Escola";

Nelson A. Ferreira (lyrics by Oswaldo Santiago) "Veneno Louro : Valsa Lenta";

Jose Francisco de Freitas "Nao Faco Questao de Cor : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Leopoldo Froes "Mimosa : Cancao Brazileira Fox-Trot";

Fado das Maos : Fado Triste" 1933

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L. Goncalves Junior "Havemo de fugi... : Maxixe" 1946;

L. Wolfe Gilbert and Joseph Cooper "Dance-o-Mania : Shimmy ou Fox-Trot" 1924;

Humberto B. Goncalves (Gilo) "Como e que e? : Samba" 1924;

Bazilio Guarany (lyrics by Marques Porto and Luiz Peixoto) "A Casinha : Habanera"';

A.  Martinez Grau (lyrics by Luiz Peixoto) "Dez Caboquinho ... : Scena Pernambucana" 1938;

B.P. Godinho (lyrics by Benedicto Costa) "Ilusao que morre : Valsa Boston";

Jimmy Van Heusen (lyrics by Johnny Burke) "Dansando Sobre a Estrela (Swinging on a Star)" 1944;

"Isso Pode Acontecer Com Voce (It Could Happen to You)" 1944;

Zeca Ivo "Luar do Sul : Cancao Gaucha";

A. Jacomino (Canhoto) (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Ja se acabo : Tanguinho sertanejo" 1921;

V. Rose e B. Johnson (arr. Sylvio de Souza) (lyrics by F. Correa da Silva) "Sacco do Diabo (Helen Gone) : Fox-Blues";

Chagas Junior (Paiva Rio) "Samba";

Freire Junior "Olhos Japonezes : Valsa-Lenta";

Antonio R de Jesus (lyrics by Lezut) "As Sabinas do Poleiro : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Americo Jacomino (Canhoto) (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Ai! Barbina! : Sertaneja" ;

Costa Junior "Pica-Pau : Maxixe";

Freire Junior "Deusa : Cancao-Modinha-Brasileira";

Luz Junior (lyrics by Celestino Silva) "Redea Solta! : Fado, Rufia e Galderia";

Luz Junior (lyrics by Celestino Silva) "Reda Solta! : Revista, Enxerga-Fado";

Max Kortlander (lyrics by J. Will Callahan) "Tell Me (Diga-Me) : Fox-Trot";

Hemmerich Kalman (lyrics by De Castro e Silva) "Quando as estrellas brilham no ceu : Fox-Trot da Opereta "A Bayadera?";

Benedicto Lacerda and Eratostenes Frazao "Lero-Lero : Marcha" 1941;

Benedicto Lacerda and Gastao Vianna "Coitadinha da Sicilia : Samba" 1944;

Benedicto Lacerda and Haroldo Lobo "Feiticeira : Marcha" 1944;

Haroldo Lobo and Milton de Oliveira "Falsidade : Samba" 1939;

Benedicto Lacerda and Herivelto Martins "Nem no Setimo Dia : Marcha";

Mario Lago and Nassara "Na Mao Direita : Samba";

Benedicto Lacerda and Haroldo Lobo "Verao do Hawaii : Marcha" 1944;

Abdon Lyra "Prove e beba Vermutin";

R. Landmann (lyrics by Salvador Moraes) "Lagrimas de Poeta : Valsa Lenta";

Franco Lenci (lyrics by Gaudio Viotti) "A cancao da noite : cancao" 1944;

Jimmy McHugh (lyrics by Harold Adamson) (Portuguese lyrics by Oswaldo Santiago) "Foi em uma Rumba (Blame it on the Rhumba)" 1938;

James V. Monaco (lyrics by Mack Gordon) "O Tempo Dira (Time Alone Will Tell)" 1944;

Jose Luiz de Moraes (Caninha) (lyrics by Lamartine Babo and Caninha) "Quando o Jahu Chegar : Maxixe";

Herivelto Martins and Waldemar Ressurreicao "Que rei sou eu : Samba" 1945;

Herivelto Martins and Haroldo Barbosa "Malaguenha : Marcha" 1945;

Olindo Moreira Junior (lyrics by Joao Cabral do Nascimento) "Quimera : Fado de Coimbra" 1925;

Arlindo Marques Junior Garcez "Depois da Hora (Meu Amor trancou a porta) : Marcha" 1944;

Herivelto Martins and Grande Otelo "Manguiera, Nao : Samba" 1943;

Roberto Martins and Christovao de Alencar "Eu Quero Voce : Samba" 1940;

Orlando Monello and Antonio Elias "Marilu : Fox-Cancao" 1942;

Malfitano and J. Marcilio "Esta cancao para voce (esta cancao) Fox-Blues" 1943;

Custodio Mesquita and Evaldo Ruy "Os Rios Correm p'ro mar : Samba" 1944;

Jose Luiz de Moraes and Sabidinho "Amor : Maxixe";

Jose Luiz de Moraes and Januario Silva "O Kaizer em Fuga!...Tango Caravalesco";

Jose Luiz de Moraes (Caninha) "Deixa Ella... : Maxixe-Samba" 1928;

Jose L. Moraes (Caninha) (lyrics by Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro) "Adeus Joanna : Maxixe";

Jose Luiz Moraes "Se a Moda Pega (A la Garconne) : Maxixe";

V. Mugnai (lyrics by Salvador de Moraes) "Rebola, Meu Bem : Maxixe Carnavalesco" 1925;

J. Martins (lyrics by Re-Voltado) "A Ida e Suave : Maxixe";

Jota Machado "Teu Modo de Falar" 1930;

O. Cardoso de Menezes "Entra!...Macacada!... : Samba" 1930;

Manoel Torres Marques "Murmurios : Fado" 1925;

Amelia de Mesquita "Ave Maria : Na Hora em que se cobre..." 1927;

Amelia de Mesquita "Bem Te Vi" 1927;

Jota Machado "Romance de Mulher : Valsa Lenta" 1930;

E. Monteiro (lyrics by Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro) "Cho-Cho : Fox-Trot" 1926;

E. Monteiro (lyrics by Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro) "D'etresse (Desamparado) : Tango" 1926;

O. Cardoso de Menezes "Papae!...Mamae!...! : Marcha Carnavalesca" 1930;

Ary Machado "Lobo Mau : Marcha" 1936;

De Wilton Morgado (Joao da Gente) (lyrics by Indio das Neves) "Miss Universo : Marcha Patriotica";

Jose Luiz de Moraes "Quem Sera?... : Marcha";

J.L. de Moraes (Canninha) (lyrics by Visconde de Bicohyba) "Quem Vem La? : Marcha";

Oswaldo Cardoso de Menezes (lyrics by Zeca Ivo) "Fremitos do Peccado : Fox-Trot";

Oswaldo Cardozo de Menezes "Foot-ball Fox-trot : Melhor que a embaixada de Ouro";

E. Morris (arr. Jazz Band Sul Americana Romeu Silva) (lyrics by Zeca Ivo) "Forget Full (Esquecido...) : Fox-Blues";

Jimmy McHugh (lyrics by Johnny Mercer) "Eu ja te vi em Algum Lugar (I'd Know you Anywhere)" 1940;

O. Cardozo de Menezes (lyrics by Conde de Ipe) "Ate de Baixo D'Agua : Samba Molhada";

J. Luiz de Moraes (Canninha) (lyrics by Sabino de Campos) "Condor Brasileiro";

Herivelto Martins (arr. Tamoyo) "Ave Maria no Morro : Samba Cancao" 1942;

J.L. Moraes (Canninha) (lyrics by Visconde de Bicohyba) "Leva Esta Figa... : Samba da Penha";

Jose Luiz de Moraes (Canninha) "Quem Vem Atraz Fecha a Porta : Samba Carnavalesco";

J.L. Moraes (Caninha) "Nega no Fogao : Samba";

Jose Luiz de Moraes (Caninha) "Rozinha (E da pontinha) : Samba" 1927;

Turunas da Mauricea "Meu Xexeu : Samba";

Jose Luiz Moraes (Canninha) "Esta Nega Que me Da: Samba Carnavalesco";

Jose Luiz Moraes "Meu Amor Quer me Bater : Marcha";

Jose Luiz de Moraes "Nao Quero Saber Mais D'elles (Cabeca Inchada)";

(arr. Stefana de Macedo) "Rede do Ceara : Toada Nortista";

Luiz Moreira "Indere : Cancao Brazileira";

Alberto Montalva`o "Rio Amazonas" 1944;

Herivelto Martins "Bonita : Samba" 1944;

Antonio Menano "Phases da Lua"

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Manoel Neves (lyrics by Jarbas de Castro) "A Reaccao Republicana : Marcha";

Sebastiao S. Neves (lyrics by Anisio Motta) "Milagroso : Samba";

Milton de Oliveira and Haroldo Lobo "Despedida : Samba" ;

Carlos Percuoco (lyrics by Luis de Biase) (Portuguese lyrics by Andre Filho) "Piedad! : Tango-Cancion";

Sa Pereira and J. Cristobol (lyrics by Marques Porto and Luis Peixoto) "Josephina : Marcha";

Vicente Paiva and Chianca de Garcia "Exaltacao a  Baia : Samba" 1944;

Lamartine Babo (lyrics by Lyrio Panicali) "Fasting Day (O dia do Jejum) : Black-Bottom";

Sa Pereira (lyrics by Zeca Ivo) "Tristeza de Trovador : Cancao" 1927;

P. Sa Pereira (lyrics by Zeca Ivo) "Magoa de Roceiro : Cancao Sertaneja" 1927;

Indo Poli "Vamos Pra Farra! : Marchinha Carnavalesca" undated;

Jose Padilla (lyrics by Albert Willemetz, Jacques-Charles and Zeca Ivo) "Fleur D'Amour : Fox-Trot";

Pachequinho "Sorriso de Cabocla : Toada Sertaneja";

Pedro de Sa Pereira (lyrics by Alfredo Breda) "e Canja... Sa Miquelina : Samba Carnavelesco" ;

Joao Portaro (lyrics by Roque Ricciardi) "Sentimento d'Alma : Valsa";

P.C. (lyrics by L. Rinaldo) "Sao horas de amar ... valsa-serenata";

Pedro de Sa Pereira (lyrics by Jeca-Tatu) "Meu Brasil Terra Natal";

Pedro de Sa Pereira "Por ti, meu bem...: Cancao Brazileira";

Pedro Sa Pereira (lyrics by Luiz Peixoto) "A Casinha da Colina : Cancao";

Pedro Sa Pereira "Ai! Xixi : Cancao Brazileira";

Luiz Quesada (lyrics by Augusto Santa Rita) "Cancao do Minho : Cancao";

Estevam Amarante, Ernesto Rodrigues, Felix Bermudes and Joao Bastos "O Ai, o linda!...";

Roberto Roberti and Mario Lago "Aurora: marcha" 1940;

Mario Rossi and Roberto Martins "Cecilia: marcha" 1945;

Enrique Ruiz "Sin Nombre Tango";

J. Rezende (lyrics by R. Prazeres) "Cancao do Aviador: marcha";

Alvaro Rodovalho "Serena Estrella : Modinha" 1916;

Antonio Ronavena "Japonesita : Shimmy Cancion";

Maurice Roget (lyrics by De Castro and Souza) "Oh Cheri! Oh cherie! (meu amor!...) : Fox-trot cancao";

Noel Rosa "Gago Apaixonado : Samba";

Noel Rosa "Com Que Roupa... : Samba";

Oswaldo Rielli (Rielinho) "Ituiutaba : Valsa";

Francisco A. Da Rocha "E no Leblon!... : Samba";

Abner Silver and Harry Woods "I'm Goin' South (Vou P'ra O Sul: Fox-Trot Song";

Robert Stolz (lyrics by Artur Rebner) "Und Willst du Nicht die Meine Sein, na schon, dann nicht! (Queres ser minha) : Shimmy Fox-Trot, op. 390";

Alberto Sarti "Eight Fados Portuguezes" : Includes "Toma Cuidado Maria!" "Meu Rouxinol" "Fado da Primavera" "Fado da Mulher Portugueza" "Hei de te Atirar Pedrinhas!" "Cancao do Desafio" "Fado Madrigal (Vilancete)" "Fado Serenada" 1923;

Eduardo Souto "Album do Carnaval para 1926" Includes "Mulher barbada" "Coisa boa" "Porque?!" "Na Roca" "Momo" 1926;

Oswaldo Santiago and Paulo Barbosa "Empresta-me Teus Olhos : Valsa" 1944;

Alberto Sarti (lyrics by Vicente Arnoso) "Saudades e Mais Saudades!.. : Cancao do Amolador Portuguez" 1928;

Eduardo Souto ?"Nao sei o que e: Maxixe Carnavalesco";

Eduardo Souto "Meu Bem : Maxixe Carnavalesco a  moda Carioca";

A. Sandin "E Vem Vovo: Maxixe";

Alberto Sarti (lyrics by Affonso Lopes Vieira) "Sinos de aldeia ao longe : Cancao Nostalgica" 1923;

Alberto Sarti "O Fauno de Julho Dantas" 1928;

Heitor R. Da Silva (lyrics by Lilinha Fernandes) "Lenda de Amor : Tango cancao" 1929;

Sivan (lyrics by Cleomenes Campos) "Cantiga de Quem Nao Canta : Cancao" 1930;

Sivan (lyrics by Laurindo de Brito) "Quando tu Passas... Cancao" 1930;

Venturelli Sobrinho "Meu Coracao : Tango-Cancao" 1929;

Sivan (lyrics by Castello Netto) "Lar! Doce Lar! : Valsa lenta" 1930;

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Getulio Marinho) "Gege : Marcha de rancho";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Ary Kerner V. Castro) "Mulher barbada : Marcha Narnavalesca" 1926;

Synval Silva "Nosso amor nao foi assim : marcha" 1939;

Eduardo Souto "Seu doutor : marcha carnavalesca";

Raul Silva "Rajah : Fox-trot";

Eduardo Souto "Eu so quero ebelisca : Caterete Carnavalesco";

Eduardo Souto "Ja sei porque e: Zabumba (Caterete)";

R. Stolz (lyrics by Zirlah, originaly lyrics by Ennio Neri) "Salome: Abajour";

Eduardo Souto "Money : Charleston";

J. Satierff "Saia de Bahiana : Rico-Samba";

Ernesto dos Santos (Donga) "Eu Nao Sou Arara: Samba" 1923;

Synval Silva "Amor Ideal : Samba" 1939;

Luiz Nunes Sampaio (Careca) "Cha Dancante : O Que o Povo Quer";

Ernesto dos Santos "Vae, vae, vae Amor : Samba";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Philomeno Ribeiro) "Pois Nao?! : Samba Carnavalesco";

J.B. Silva (Sinh??????´) "Bem-Ti Quero : Samba" 1927;

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Ary Kerner V. Castro) "Coisa boa : Samba Carnavalesco";

Eduardo Souto "Quem quizer ver... : Samba a moda Carioca";

Eduardo Souto "Para Todos : Samba Carnavalesco";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by De Chocolat) "Sublime Provacao : Valsa lenta";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Oswaldo Santiago) "Viver...Morrer...Por um Amor!... : Valsa Romantica";

Francisco Ponzio Sobrinho (lyrics by Baptista Junior) "Sabia Vuo: Cancao Sertaneja : Maxixe";

Oswaldo Santiago (lyrics by Bastos Portella) "Teu Sorriso e a Minha Dor : Valsa";

Sivan (lyrics by Castello Netto) "O amor e assim... Valsa-Bailado" 1940;

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Goulart de Andrade) "O Sabia: Cancao Brasileira";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Eugenio Fonseca Filho) "Eu Bem Sei que Vance Vorta : Toada Sertaneja";

Eduardo Souto "Olhos de Cabocla : Toada Sertaneja";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Philomeno Ribeiro) "Eu vou-me embora : Cantiga a moda de Nictheroy";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Philomeno Ribeiro) "Cancao dos Pescadores : Barcarola";

Luiz Nunes Sampaio (Carioca) "Zeze... Nao Gosto D'esta Mulher : Marcha" 1928;

Eduardo Souto "So teu amor : marcha carnavalesca";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Fritz) "Porque?! : Marcha carnavalesca";

Eduardo Souto "Goiabada : Marcha carnavalesca";

Eduardo Souto (lyrics by Oswaldo Santiago) "Hymno a Joao Pessoa : Marcha Patriotica";

Luiz Nunes Sampaio "Ai Seu Me!... : Marcha Carnavalesca";

Laonte A. So (lyrics by Duque de Abramonte) "Por Causa de Voce : Marchinha";

Roberto Splendore (lyrics by Orfeo) "Rosa Preta : Marchinha Carnavalesca";

P. Sparapani (lyrics by Duque de Abramonte Cincao) "Fords que Voam : Maxixe";

Eduardo Souto "Sarara: Toada sertaneja a moda de Matto Grosso";

J.B. Silva (Sinho) "Sonho Gaucho : Cancao"

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Newton Teixeira and Ary Monteiro "Alegria na cidade : Samba" 1945;

Marcello Tupynamba (L.A.) "Sonhos : Cancao Brasileira" 1925;

Tuyhu "Saia de Roda : Samba Carnavalesco";

Joao Pacifico (lyrics by Raul Torres) "Chico Mulato : Toada Historica";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Navis) "Idyllio : Fox-trot";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Jose Eloy) "Sou Batuta? Tanguinho";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Chao Parado (Tanguinho) : Sertaneja";

Marcello Tupynamba "Bambuhy : Tanguinho";

Marcello Tupinamba (lyrics by Biograph) "Pierrot : Tanguinho";

A. Tavares (lyrics by E. Wanderley) "Lagrimas e risos : Valsa" 1919;

Charles Trenet (lyrics by Mario Battistella) "Si Tu Vas A Paris : Fox-Cancion" 1942;

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Infante) "Eta Eu : Samba" 1923;

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Duque de Abramonte) "Cabeca Virada : Samba";

Marcello Tupinamba (lyrics by L. Rinaldo) "Alma em Flor : Valsa";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Por Ti!... : Valsa";

Marcello Tupynamba (Arlindo Leal) "Meiga : Valsa";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Amadeu Amaral) "Flor de Maracuja : Cancao";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Que Sodade!.. : Scena Sertaneja" 1918;

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Dexe esta : Tanguinho (Sertaneja)";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Arlindo Leal) "Maricota, sae da chuva" (Tanguinho) : Cancao Sertaneja";

Marcello Tupynamba (lyrics by Castello Netto) "P'ra que tanta judiacao? : Toada";

Augusto Vasseur (lyrics by De Castro e Souza) "Some Sunny Day (Um Dia Radiante de Sol...) : Fox-trot";

Alcyr Pires Vermelho and David Nasser "Canta, Brasil! : Instantaneo Sonoro Number 1" 1941 and "O Bonde: Maxixe Capadocio";

Roque V. Vieira (lyrics by X.Y.Z.) "Meu bem que me deixa: Maxixe Carnavalesco";

Augusto Vasseur (lyrics by Luiz Peixoto) "O Que Foi Que Eu Fiz"... : Fox-Blue Cancao" 1930;

Augusto Vasseur (lyrics by Luiz Peixoto) "Isso Nao se Faz... : Samba-Cancao" 1930;

Assis Valente "Good-Bye Marcha";

Augusto Vasseur "Nas Serras Mineiras ; Fox-Trot";

Augusto Vasseur (lyrics by Lamartine Babo) "Encantos... Black Bottom";

Antonio Vertulo (lyrics by Alberto Vinhas) "Agua de Coco : Samba";

Jayme Vogeler "Nao sei Porque : Samba";

Joao Viola "Triste Amor : Valsa";

Gaudio Viotti (lyrics by X.Y.Z.) "Meu Deus, como a vida e gostosa! : Samba Carnavalesco";

Gaudio Viotti (lyrics by X.Y.Z.) "Os teus olhos tem feitico : Maxixe-Samba";

H. Vogeler (lyrics by Luiz Peixoto) "Flor do Maracuja : Toada da Terra";

Octavio Vianna "Meu Passarinho : Samba";

E. Wanderley "O Aboiador : Cancao do Mocosinho" 1922;

E. Wanderley "Cancao da Viola : Toada Sertaneja" 1922;

Eustorgio Wanderley "Ufa! Que Calor! : Canconeta";

Eustorgio Wanderley "A Avosinha : Canconeta infantil";

Vincent Youmans (arr. Satierf) (lyrics by Gus Kahn and Edward Eliscu) (Portuguse lyrics by Alberto Ribeiro) "Carioca : Fox-Trot Rumba" 1933 and "Fado Passagens da Vida";

(lyrics by Ary Kerner Veiga de Castro) "Katinka : Fox-Trot";

"Vem Ver, Meu Amor! : Fox-Cancao!" musica e letra de "A Voz do Mar" 1944;

"Nao Sei Mentir! : Valsa Cancao" letra e musica de "A Voz do Mar" 1944


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