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The music of  the Cauldron   is "Pelo tempo que durar" by adriana calcanhoto peformed by   Mariene de Castro

 

 

 

As long as it goes

Nothing will remain
The way it is now
 
I'm thinking of meeting you
I just want to see you
 
Glaciers will be melting
Stars will be fading away
 
And here I am, thinking of you
As long as it goes
 
Things are going to change
And then going to disappear
 
And here I am, thinking of keeping
As life rushes through you
 
And I'm thinking of spend
My whole life with you

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Asa Branca by Luiz Gonzaga in the red costum segment (bonecos de barro)

 

 

When I saw the burned land
Just like a bonfire in a country party
I asked the lord, wow
"Do I deserve this suffering?"
I asked the lord, wow
"Do I deserve this suffering?"
 
It's as hot as hell
Not even a single plant survives
For lack of water, I lost my Cattle
My best horse died of thirst
 
Even the White Bird
Flew away in the desert
So I said: "goodbye, Rosinha"
Remember my heart is with you
So I said: " goodbye, Rosinha"
Remember my heart is with you
 
Today many miles away
In a sad loneliness
I hope it rains again
For me to come back to my hometown
 
When plants
Are as green as your eyes
I assure you, don't cry, you see
I'll come back, you see, honey 2x

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Tico-tico
Tico-tico
Tico-tico is,
Is here again
Tico-tico is eating my cornmeal
Tico-tico must, must nourish itself
That it goes to eat some earthworms in the orchard
 
Tico-tico
Tico-tico is,
Is here again
Tico-tico is eating my cornmeal
Tico-tico must, must nourish itself
That it goes to eat some earthworms in the orchard
 
But, please, take that animal out of the granary1
Because he might eat all the cornmeal
Take this bird out of here, from my cornmeal2
There are a lot of things he may peck
I’ve done all I could to get rid of it
I gave him birdseed for he to eat
I’ve put a cat3, a scarecrow, a trapdoor
But it still thinks the cornmeal is the better for eating
 
Tico-tico is,
Is here again
Tico-tico is eating my cornmeal
Tico-tico must, must nourish itself
That it goes to eat some earthworms, and no cornmeal
 
Tico-tico
Tico-tico is,
Is here again
Tico-tico is eating my cornmeal
Tico-tico must, must nourish itself
That it goes to eat some earthworms, and no cornmeal.

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Musics during the athetes entrandce were played by orchestra santa massa :


1. A Ordem é samba - Jackson do Pandeiro e Severino Ramos
2. Chiclete com banana - Gordurinha e Almira Castilho
3. Invocação #2 - Dj Dolores, Spok e Yuri QUeiroga
4. Sebastiana - Rosi Cavalcanti
5. Rabeca Dedilhada - Maciel Salu e Jam da Silva
6. O Canto da Ema - Almira Castilho
7.A vida estava tão boa - Cícero Gomes
8. Papagaio do Futuro - Alceu Valença
9. Narradores de Javé - Dj Dolores
10. Canto do Sapo - Altamiro Baptista e Carlos Marques
11. Deixa a tanga voar - Gonzagão e João Silva
12. Coco do M - Jacinto Silva e Zé do Brejo
13. Coco Sincopado - Jacinto Silva
14.Maracatú Olímpico - Maciel Salú
15. Caranguejo -  Mikael Mutti

 

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On 22/08/2016 at 4:32 PM, guilherme said:

Garden segment (jardim) Chovendo na roseira- tom jobim

 

 

When they chose "Raining on the rosebush" I presume they were intending a foreshadowing of what was about to happen to the Cauldron, rather than a prediction of the rain on the whole event ^_^

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On 17/08/2016 at 9:43 AM, Cauê said:

A flower was born in the street. A flower breaks through asphalt :)

 

One of the most beautiful songs of all time and the most beautiful music in the opening ceremony :)
 

 

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1 hour ago, olympichris said:

Does anyone know the name of the songs when the olympic cauldron was lit? 

It's apparently an original (and otherwise unreleased) composition by the ceremony's musical directors, Antonio Pinto & Beto Villares (who is quoted in an interview as saying: "Ser brasileiro, o máximo possível. Por exemplo, no acendimento da pira, momento final e simbólico, o solo é de rabeca, e a base, de violão e percussão. ")

A track-by -track listing of the non-original music is at the Rio 2016 website (where the cauldron lighting music is again not named, but described as: " uma composição mais tranquila – mas nada militar. “É uma música calma”, explica Beto. “Não chega a ser solene, mas combina com cerimônia. Vai num crescendo, mas nunca explode.” ")

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3 hours ago, Mexico 1968 said:

looking for song Pindorama of Beto Villares, can anyone help me?

According to the official article I linked to a few hours ago, it's another original piece, jointly composed by Beto, Antonio Pinto, Renata Rosa & Marlui Miranda. Why there hasn't been at least an official digital release of the original pieces composed for the soundtrack is baffling.

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9 hours ago, Mexico 1968 said:

finally Tokyo 2020 Handover sound!!... Im still looking for pindorama of the opening ceremony Rio 2016

That seems to be an unofficial (though pretty impressive) arrangement by the uploader, yuu.

The "耳コピ" in the video title apparently means "by ear".

 

As for Pindorama etc., I note with amusement that, in the absence of any official releases, South America's equivalent of eBay, MercadoLivre / MercadoLibre, is becoming flooded with dubious DVDs of the opening and closing ceremonies!

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Hi everyone. I have been searching for quite some time now trying to ascertain the names of certain pieces of music used in the opening and closing ceremony. Having read through this thread it appears at least one of these compositions has not been officially released yet. I thought it might be worth rechecking again anyway since this thread hasn't been updated in a while. Here are the compositions I'd like to find more about:

Opening Ceremony

- Composition that plays during the cauldron lighting

- Composition that plays during the fireworks immediately following the cauldron lighting. It's an orchestral piece, and sounds very similar to the music used in the earlier segment showing when the Europeans first arrived on the ships in Brazil.

Closing Ceremony

- Composition that plays during the segment that starts with the female explorer holding the lamp.

- Composition that plays during the "best moments" montage, immediately after Asa Branca.

Any info much appreciated. Seems crazy that a full soundtrack wasn't released as I thought the music was the strongest element of these ceremonies.

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2 hours ago, wmd said:

I have been searching for quite some time now trying to ascertain the names of certain pieces of music used in the opening and closing ceremony. Having read through this thread it appears at least one of these compositions has not been officially released yet. I thought it might be worth rechecking again anyway since this thread hasn't been updated in a while.

As far as I can tell, they still haven't released any official audio or video of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, which means that the titles of tracks written specially for the occasion (including, for example, the torch lighting and fireworks) remain unknown. Very frustrating.

Having said that, if you look in the Comments of the official Olympic Channel videos of the ceremonies on YouTube, somewhere in the first couple of dozen (sorted by Top Comments) should be a long contribution by Emnisopu Smithson, with information about the pieces which start at particular times; not by any means complete, but still useful. If you read these, please upvote them so that they remain among the Top Comments !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_qXm9HY9Ro

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssc5eLjLoMQ

 

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Hi everyone. Sorry to bump an old thread, but I just wanted to check if any progress had been made over the years since the Rio ceremonies regards to obtaining the details of the tracks I mentioned in my previous post? Has any of that unreleased music seen the light of day yet?

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