Famous Brazilian singer records a cover of Moonlight Densetsu

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Her name is Alice Caymmi. She released a new album today, and one of the tracks is a rendition of the first Brazilian opening theme of the show.

 

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Aurorae Lunares
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The melody of Moonlight Densetsu actually suits a Latino-/Latin-American-style arrangement & rendition pretty well. :)
This probably would have played out pretty differently if the singer was from another Latin-American country, since Brazil and Spanish-speaking Latin America aren't much alike when it comes to music. This rendition clearly has influences of funk carioca, which is pretty much a Brazilian derivative of Miami bass. :P
 

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This probably would have played out pretty differently if the singer was from another Latin-American country, since Brazil and Spanish-speaking Latin America aren't much alike when it comes to music. This rendition clearly has influences of funk carioca, which is pretty much a Brazilian derivative of Miami bass. :P
It still sounds Latino to many non-Latinos like myself, just like many non-Asians can't distinguish between different Asian cultures. lol I also suppose the music culture in Miami is also influenced by the Latino one? :)
 
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It still sounds Latino to many non-Latinos like myself, just like many non-Asians can't distinguish between different Asian cultures. lol I also suppose the music culture in Miami is also influenced by the Latino one? :)
I don't know but I wouldn't be shocked, since there are so many latino immigrants living in Miami. haha
 
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This probably would have played out pretty differently if the singer was from another Latin-American country, since Brazil and Spanish-speaking Latin America aren't much alike when it comes to music. This rendition clearly has influences of funk carioca, which is pretty much a Brazilian derivative of Miami bass. :P
I think Moonlight Densetsu might do well in a bachata kind of rhythm hmmmmmmm.....
 
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