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Paulo Costa Lima
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Sheet music for Paulo Costa Lima
Bernstein: Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish" - Missa Brevis - The Lark — Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Claire Bloom; Kelley Nassief; The Washington Chorus; Maryland State Boychoir; Marin Alsop; Paulo Mestre; Choir of the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Members of the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra
— listening CD — Classical
By Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Claire Bloom; Kelley Nassief; The Washington Chorus; Maryland State Boychoir; Marin Alsop; Paulo Mestre; Choir of the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Members of the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra. By Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990). Naxos American Classics. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8559742).
Symphony No. 12 — Sao Paulo Symphony Choir And Children's Choir; Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Karabtchevsky
— listening CD —
By Sao Paulo Symphony Choir And Children's Choir; Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra; Karabtchevsky. By Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959). Naxos Classics. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8573451).
guitar (classical) — e-book — classic
Composed by Carlos Barbosa-Lima (1944-). Classic. E-book. 36 pages. Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music #95380EB. Published by Mel Bay Publications - Digital Sheet Music (M0.95380EB).
Guitar — Book and CD — Latin
Composed by Mason Williams. Arranged by Carlos Barbosa-Lima. Artist/Personality; Classical Guitar Folio. Carlos Barbosa-Lima Guitar Editions. Latin. Book and CD. 36 pages. Alfred Music #00-39410. Published by Alfred Music (AP.39410).
Timpani,Percussion Ensemble — — Contemporary Classical,Repertoire,South American
Composed by Tiago de Lima Neri. Contemporary Classical, Repertoire, South American. 4 pages. Published by Tiago de Lima Neri (S0.712425).
Leonard Bernstein: Marin Alsop Conducts The Complete Naxos Recordings — Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
— 8 CD + 1 DVD — Classical
By Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony, Claire Bloom, Jennifer Johnson Cano, Kelley Nassief, Maryland State Boychoir, Paulo Mestre, Philippe Quint, Sao Paulo Symphony Choir, Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Washington Chorus, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet. By Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990). Classical. 8 CD + 1 DVD. Naxos #8508018. Published by Naxos (NX.8508018).
cello, piano — score, part(s) —
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Clive Brown, Kate Bennett Wadsworth, and Neal Peres Da Costa. This edition: urtext edition. Stapled. Barenreiter Urtext. With an Urtext solo part by Clive Brown and a solo part with bowing and fingering by Kate Bennett Wadsworth; Fingering in the piano part by Neal Peres Da Costa; Performance Practice Commentary by C. Brown, N. P. Da Costa and K. B. Wadsworth. Score, part(s). Opus 38. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA09429. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA09429).
Concert Band,Piccolo,Flute I/II,Oboe,Basson,Clarinet I/II/III/IV,Bass Clarinet,Soprano Sax,Alto Sax I/II,Tenor Sax,Baritone Sax,Bass Sax,F Horn 1&2,F Horn 3&4,Trumpet 1-2-3,Trombone 1-2-3,Bass Trombone,Baritone or Euphonium,Tuba,String Bass,Timpani,Glocken — Sheet Music Single — Contemporary Classical
Composed by Alberto Costa. Contemporary Classical. Sheet Music Single. 88 pages. Published by Alberto Costa (S0.625271).
Cello,CELLO QUINTET — Set of Parts — 21st Century,Contemporary Classical,Impressionistic,Modern
Composed by Olivier Costa. 21st Century, Contemporary Classical, Impressionistic, Modern. Set of Parts. 25 pages. Published by OLIVIER COSTA (S0.468557).
Violin,Viola,Cello,String Quartet — Set of Parts — Contemporary Classical
Composed by Olivier Costa. Contemporary Classical. Set of Parts. 76 pages. Published by OLIVIER COSTA (S0.468573).
Paulo Costa Lima is very active as an editor and administrator, he has held various positions in Bahia promoting new music, and is considered to be the second generation of the Grupo de Compositores da Bahia (Group of Composers of Bahia) that was formed in 1966, with the basic assertion that it was “mainly against all and every asserted principle”. Thirty years later, during the Festival Sonidos de las Americas in New York, promoted by the American Composers Orchestra and the Carnegie Hall, Costa Lima still continued to admire and adhere to this anti-canon, which must be understood in the context of the various musical manifestos launched in Brazil since the 1950s and in the light of an unmistakably Bahian anarchical taste. His recent interests include the theory of rhythm (compositional applications of rhythmic patterns of Bahia’s candomblé), music and psychoanalysis, and the teaching of composition. He has published several articles and two books on these topics.
Paulo Costa Lima is a well-known composer from Salvador, Bahia, has been a professor of composition at the School of Music of the Federal University of Bahia since 1979. He studied at the same institution (with Lindembergue Cardoso, Ernst Widmer and Jamary Oliveira) and also at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Herbert Brün and Ben Johnston).
From 1996-2002 he occupied the position of Assistant President of the Federal University of Bahia, and from 2005–2008 President of the Gregório de Mattos Foundation, an institution which is responsible for the cultural policy of the city of Salvador. Salvador was the first capital of Brazil (from 1549 to 1763) — and is widely recognized as a cultural reference, an important synapse for european and african mentalities.
Costa Lima states: “It is quite possible that ethnomusicology and composition are capable of exchanging respectful looks at each other, shying away from the easy paradises of our past. This has been the hope in some of my recent works, while recognizing that the terrain is as swampy as musical libido”.