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Book that uses music to help the reader to know Brazil is launched in December at major bookstores in the country

Music has always been part of the story. Early indications arise in Prehistory, with the descendants of the men imitating the sounds of animals and nature. Therefore, as our companion forever, nothing better than to use music to tell a bit of history. Com um foco na história do Brasil é isso que busca o livro Rhythms of History, historian Eduardo Migowski, that book signing in Rio de Janeiro, on Wednesday, day 18, Bookshop Argument (Rio Design Center - Av. of the Americas, 7777 Out da Tijuca, RJ)

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Rhythms of History100 years of the republic counted and sung by folk music (1889-1989), 340 pages, Editorial Paco, R$ 52,90, é uma interpretação da rica história e da conturbada política brasileira, by culturing, specifically, from music. O objetivo é entender os mais de 100 anos de república e todas a reviravoltas desta trajetória. Poucas expressões artísticas carregam tantos fragmentos de um povo quanto à música. From the biggest and best-known exponents, as during the dictatorship, to your day to day routine more, highlighting the fact that what the people sing quite expresses what he lives.

The Brazilian story is well known, and it has been retold many times, by numerous views. So that now, este livro traz um conteúdo inédito, contando a mesma história a partir de um ponto de vista jamais explorado. Therefore, este não é um livro sobre música. It is a work that uses music to help the reader to know Brazil. That's what the book brings more different and unique. Add two topics that are intrinsically linked – política e cultura – in a manner that has never been seen.

How art reflects the time and the political and, more important, the interpretation of the people regarding these issues, Rhythms of History100 years of the republic counted and sung by folk music (1889-1989) brings a unique study, with a dip in mindset and perception of the people in some of the most famous moments in our history.

With simple language and compelling read, well analogies that seek to facilitate the understanding and the country context related to seasons, a edição aborda praticamente toda a nossa história. Começa com uma contextualização sobre o que é o Brasil, following general aspects of our history.

Brazil is the product of two main features: large farms and a population ruled by slave labor. The aim of the book is not to tell the story that has been told, mas sim o que pensava a população que vivia este momento. Este propósito fica claro em um dos primeiros trechos do livro. While it sounds the cry of freedom that gives the Brazilian Republic, o que este termo significa para uma população que, until then, only knew the slave labor? São perguntas como esta que Ritmos da História busca responder.

Para ser publicada a obra passou por um conselho editorial para publicações de história, composed of several professors and teachers from all over Brazil.

The author

Eduardo Seixas Migowski, History teacher and historian, a master's degree in Philosophy from PUC-RJ. Eduardo is also the author of the book Government of Crowds: population and power in Michel Foucault, by publisher Multifoco, 2017. Currently, pursuing a doctorate in political science at the University Federal Fluminense.

Launch: on wednesday, 18 of december, 19 hours – Bookstore argument River Information Center - Av. of the Americas, 7777 Out da Tijuca, RJ

Rhythms of History100 years of the republic counted and sung by folk music (1889
1989), Eduardo Seixas Migowski 340 pages, Editorial Paco, R$ 52,90
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