Pelo Telefone  

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"In France, Brazilian urban music was presented by Darius Milhaud (1892–1974), who used elements of Brazilian music in his compositions, with which he had contact while accompanying the diplomat Paul Claudel (1868–1955) to Rio de Janeiro in 1917–1918. Milhaud arrived on the eve of the Rio Carnival of 1917, the exact year of release of the carnival samba “Pelo Telefone,” which is canonized in the ..."--Made in Brazil: Studies in Popular Music (2014) by Martha Tupinamba de Ulhoa, ‎Cláudia Azevedo, ‎Felipe Trotta

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Pelo Telefoneé considerado o primeiro samba a ser gravado no Brasil segundo a maioria dos autores, a partir dos registros existentes na Biblioteca Nacional.



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