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Helena Meirelles

A Rainha da Viola Caipira


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Helena Meirelles

A Rainha da Viola Caipira


Guaxo
Guaxo
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
A Familia Arrastape
A Familia Arrastape
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
Mercedita
Mercedita
A Volta da Guira Campana
A Volta da Guira Campana
Fiquei Sozinha
Fiquei Sozinha
Flor Da Guavira
Flor Da Guavira
Fandango Em Porto
Fandango Em Porto
Chalana
Chalana
Limpa Banco
Limpa Banco
Durcelina
Durcelina
Epitaciana
Epitaciana
Tropeiro
Tropeiro
Cerro Cora
Cerro Cora
Flor de Jasmim
Flor de Jasmim
Guiomar
Guiomar
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Rincao Guarani
Rincao Guarani
Amelia Boiadeira
Amelia Boiadeira
Me Pega por Favor
Me Pega por Favor
Primero de Maio
Primero de Maio
Viradouro
Viradouro
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D6 Epitaciana
D6 Epitaciana
SKU: N/A  |  ,

A stunning compilation of the revered Queen of The Viola Caipira, Helena Meirelles, once included in the Top 100 World’s guitar players by Guitar Player Magazine.

On this double-LP anthology you will face some of the most expressive Helena’s creations. ‘Guaxo’, for example contains an ultra-melodic guitar riff that will stick in your ears for ages while ‘Mercedita’ has an evolving rifferama. ‘Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai’, on the other hand, is a typical baião, a very peculiar Northeastern rhythm in Brazil, de-constructed by her very own style. ‘Flor Da Guavira’ is a delicious caipira-ballad. These are only a few great ones, amongst so many other exquisite, and unusual delights.

A fascinating journey into one of the lesser covered Brazilian genres, caipira, rich in folk and country music elements. Reissued on vinyl for the first time.

It’s about time to uncover the most unknown Brazilian music style. Unlike other Brazilian musical traditions as samba and bossa-nova, never ever anything of caipira music has been released outside Brazil. Repairing this huge gap, Vampisoul presents Helena Meirelles – A Rainha da Viola Caipira, a stunning 25-track compilation of the revered Queen Of The Viola Caipira, Mrs Meirelles.

To start with, what is a viola? It looks like an acoustic guitar but is not. It has nearly the same shape but it is slightly smaller. Instead of the 6 or 12 strings, it has 10 strings, paired in duplets of five strings. It has a very distinctive sound, having an enhanced treble, and a sharper reverb. The sound must be played with a hard pick because its original steel strings are thicker than the ordinary ones.

The viola is the main symbol of música caipira or, may we call it, caipira sound. Caipira music cannot easily be portrayed as country music or, directly, encapsulated in folk patterns, even though it contains ingredients from both of them. On top of that, it also bears an influence of guarânia (a Paraguayan slow polka played in minor scales) and corrido and ranchera (specific variations of the Mexican folklore). There’s also a shadow of Mexican mariachi-style.

Everything on Helena’s life or art was exquisite and unique to say the least. Mother of 11 sons, estranged from all of them for 30 years, mid-wife by trade and a very late musician to debut in public (she was 68 years old when she started to record her debut album), she was born on the 13th of August, 1924, and passed away in 2004. Considered by the Guitar Player Magazine, one the 100 greatest guitar players of all time, don’t miss the chance to discover a brand new kind of (Brazilian) folk music.


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Guaxo
Guaxo
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
A Familia Arrastape
A Familia Arrastape
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
Mercedita
Mercedita
A Volta da Guira Campana
A Volta da Guira Campana
Fiquei Sozinha
Fiquei Sozinha
Flor Da Guavira
Flor Da Guavira
Fandango Em Porto
Fandango Em Porto
Chalana
Chalana
Limpa Banco
Limpa Banco
Durcelina
Durcelina
Epitaciana
Epitaciana
Tropeiro
Tropeiro
Cerro Cora
Cerro Cora
Flor de Jasmim
Flor de Jasmim
Guiomar
Guiomar
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Rincao Guarani
Rincao Guarani
Amelia Boiadeira
Amelia Boiadeira
Me Pega por Favor
Me Pega por Favor
Primero de Maio
Primero de Maio
Viradouro
Viradouro
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D6 Epitaciana
D6 Epitaciana

A stunning compilation of the revered Queen of The Viola Caipira, Helena Meirelles, once included in the Top 100 World’s guitar players by Guitar Player Magazine.

On this double-LP anthology you will face some of the most expressive Helena’s creations. ‘Guaxo’, for example contains an ultra-melodic guitar riff that will stick in your ears for ages while ‘Mercedita’ has an evolving rifferama. ‘Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai’, on the other hand, is a typical baião, a very peculiar Northeastern rhythm in Brazil, de-constructed by her very own style. ‘Flor Da Guavira’ is a delicious caipira-ballad. These are only a few great ones, amongst so many other exquisite, and unusual delights.

A fascinating journey into one of the lesser covered Brazilian genres, caipira, rich in folk and country music elements. Reissued on vinyl for the first time.

It’s about time to uncover the most unknown Brazilian music style. Unlike other Brazilian musical traditions as samba and bossa-nova, never ever anything of caipira music has been released outside Brazil. Repairing this huge gap, Vampisoul presents Helena Meirelles – A Rainha da Viola Caipira, a stunning 25-track compilation of the revered Queen Of The Viola Caipira, Mrs Meirelles.

To start with, what is a viola? It looks like an acoustic guitar but is not. It has nearly the same shape but it is slightly smaller. Instead of the 6 or 12 strings, it has 10 strings, paired in duplets of five strings. It has a very distinctive sound, having an enhanced treble, and a sharper reverb. The sound must be played with a hard pick because its original steel strings are thicker than the ordinary ones.

The viola is the main symbol of música caipira or, may we call it, caipira sound. Caipira music cannot easily be portrayed as country music or, directly, encapsulated in folk patterns, even though it contains ingredients from both of them. On top of that, it also bears an influence of guarânia (a Paraguayan slow polka played in minor scales) and corrido and ranchera (specific variations of the Mexican folklore). There’s also a shadow of Mexican mariachi-style.

Everything on Helena’s life or art was exquisite and unique to say the least. Mother of 11 sons, estranged from all of them for 30 years, mid-wife by trade and a very late musician to debut in public (she was 68 years old when she started to record her debut album), she was born on the 13th of August, 1924, and passed away in 2004. Considered by the Guitar Player Magazine, one the 100 greatest guitar players of all time, don’t miss the chance to discover a brand new kind of (Brazilian) folk music.

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A Rainha da Viola Caipira

Guaxo
Guaxo
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
A Familia Arrastape
A Familia Arrastape
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
Mercedita
Mercedita
A Volta da Guira Campana
A Volta da Guira Campana
Fiquei Sozinha
Fiquei Sozinha
Flor Da Guavira
Flor Da Guavira
Fandango Em Porto
Fandango Em Porto
Chalana
Chalana
Limpa Banco
Limpa Banco
Durcelina
Durcelina
Epitaciana
Epitaciana
Tropeiro
Tropeiro
Cerro Cora
Cerro Cora
Flor de Jasmim
Flor de Jasmim
Guiomar
Guiomar
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Rincao Guarani
Rincao Guarani
Amelia Boiadeira
Amelia Boiadeira
Me Pega por Favor
Me Pega por Favor
Primero de Maio
Primero de Maio
Viradouro
Viradouro
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D6 Epitaciana
D6 Epitaciana
SKU: N/A  |  ,

A stunning compilation of the revered Queen of The Viola Caipira, Helena Meirelles, once included in the Top 100 World’s guitar players by Guitar Player Magazine.

On this double-LP anthology you will face some of the most expressive Helena’s creations. ‘Guaxo’, for example contains an ultra-melodic guitar riff that will stick in your ears for ages while ‘Mercedita’ has an evolving rifferama. ‘Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai’, on the other hand, is a typical baião, a very peculiar Northeastern rhythm in Brazil, de-constructed by her very own style. ‘Flor Da Guavira’ is a delicious caipira-ballad. These are only a few great ones, amongst so many other exquisite, and unusual delights.

A fascinating journey into one of the lesser covered Brazilian genres, caipira, rich in folk and country music elements. Reissued on vinyl for the first time.

It’s about time to uncover the most unknown Brazilian music style. Unlike other Brazilian musical traditions as samba and bossa-nova, never ever anything of caipira music has been released outside Brazil. Repairing this huge gap, Vampisoul presents Helena Meirelles – A Rainha da Viola Caipira, a stunning 25-track compilation of the revered Queen Of The Viola Caipira, Mrs Meirelles.

To start with, what is a viola? It looks like an acoustic guitar but is not. It has nearly the same shape but it is slightly smaller. Instead of the 6 or 12 strings, it has 10 strings, paired in duplets of five strings. It has a very distinctive sound, having an enhanced treble, and a sharper reverb. The sound must be played with a hard pick because its original steel strings are thicker than the ordinary ones.

The viola is the main symbol of música caipira or, may we call it, caipira sound. Caipira music cannot easily be portrayed as country music or, directly, encapsulated in folk patterns, even though it contains ingredients from both of them. On top of that, it also bears an influence of guarânia (a Paraguayan slow polka played in minor scales) and corrido and ranchera (specific variations of the Mexican folklore). There’s also a shadow of Mexican mariachi-style.

Everything on Helena’s life or art was exquisite and unique to say the least. Mother of 11 sons, estranged from all of them for 30 years, mid-wife by trade and a very late musician to debut in public (she was 68 years old when she started to record her debut album), she was born on the 13th of August, 1924, and passed away in 2004. Considered by the Guitar Player Magazine, one the 100 greatest guitar players of all time, don’t miss the chance to discover a brand new kind of (Brazilian) folk music.


View cart


Helena Meirelles

A Rainha da Viola Caipira

Guaxo
Guaxo
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
A Familia Arrastape
A Familia Arrastape
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
Mercedita
Mercedita
A Volta da Guira Campana
A Volta da Guira Campana
Fiquei Sozinha
Fiquei Sozinha
Flor Da Guavira
Flor Da Guavira
Fandango Em Porto
Fandango Em Porto
Chalana
Chalana
Limpa Banco
Limpa Banco
Durcelina
Durcelina
Epitaciana
Epitaciana
Tropeiro
Tropeiro
Cerro Cora
Cerro Cora
Flor de Jasmim
Flor de Jasmim
Guiomar
Guiomar
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Rincao Guarani
Rincao Guarani
Amelia Boiadeira
Amelia Boiadeira
Me Pega por Favor
Me Pega por Favor
Primero de Maio
Primero de Maio
Viradouro
Viradouro
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D6 Epitaciana
D6 Epitaciana
Guaxo
Guaxo
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai
A Familia Arrastape
A Familia Arrastape
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
O Passo Do Tico-Tico
Mercedita
Mercedita
A Volta da Guira Campana
A Volta da Guira Campana
Fiquei Sozinha
Fiquei Sozinha
Flor Da Guavira
Flor Da Guavira
Fandango Em Porto
Fandango Em Porto
Chalana
Chalana
Limpa Banco
Limpa Banco
Durcelina
Durcelina
Epitaciana
Epitaciana
Tropeiro
Tropeiro
Cerro Cora
Cerro Cora
Flor de Jasmim
Flor de Jasmim
Guiomar
Guiomar
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Quatro Horas de Madrugada
Rincao Guarani
Rincao Guarani
Amelia Boiadeira
Amelia Boiadeira
Me Pega por Favor
Me Pega por Favor
Primero de Maio
Primero de Maio
Viradouro
Viradouro
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D5 Xote Bem-Te-VI
D6 Epitaciana
D6 Epitaciana
SKU: N/A  |  ,

A stunning compilation of the revered Queen of The Viola Caipira, Helena Meirelles, once included in the Top 100 World’s guitar players by Guitar Player Magazine.

On this double-LP anthology you will face some of the most expressive Helena’s creations. ‘Guaxo’, for example contains an ultra-melodic guitar riff that will stick in your ears for ages while ‘Mercedita’ has an evolving rifferama. ‘Saudades Do Meu Velho Pai’, on the other hand, is a typical baião, a very peculiar Northeastern rhythm in Brazil, de-constructed by her very own style. ‘Flor Da Guavira’ is a delicious caipira-ballad. These are only a few great ones, amongst so many other exquisite, and unusual delights.

A fascinating journey into one of the lesser covered Brazilian genres, caipira, rich in folk and country music elements. Reissued on vinyl for the first time.

It’s about time to uncover the most unknown Brazilian music style. Unlike other Brazilian musical traditions as samba and bossa-nova, never ever anything of caipira music has been released outside Brazil. Repairing this huge gap, Vampisoul presents Helena Meirelles – A Rainha da Viola Caipira, a stunning 25-track compilation of the revered Queen Of The Viola Caipira, Mrs Meirelles.

To start with, what is a viola? It looks like an acoustic guitar but is not. It has nearly the same shape but it is slightly smaller. Instead of the 6 or 12 strings, it has 10 strings, paired in duplets of five strings. It has a very distinctive sound, having an enhanced treble, and a sharper reverb. The sound must be played with a hard pick because its original steel strings are thicker than the ordinary ones.

The viola is the main symbol of música caipira or, may we call it, caipira sound. Caipira music cannot easily be portrayed as country music or, directly, encapsulated in folk patterns, even though it contains ingredients from both of them. On top of that, it also bears an influence of guarânia (a Paraguayan slow polka played in minor scales) and corrido and ranchera (specific variations of the Mexican folklore). There’s also a shadow of Mexican mariachi-style.

Everything on Helena’s life or art was exquisite and unique to say the least. Mother of 11 sons, estranged from all of them for 30 years, mid-wife by trade and a very late musician to debut in public (she was 68 years old when she started to record her debut album), she was born on the 13th of August, 1924, and passed away in 2004. Considered by the Guitar Player Magazine, one the 100 greatest guitar players of all time, don’t miss the chance to discover a brand new kind of (Brazilian) folk music.

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