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Music

Songs for Inspiration

Barbara Mastrobuono
17 Jan 2020, 2:53 pm

We walk, slowly, towards the middle of the first month of the year. Suddenly, it is not so easy to find an empty seat on the bus, and a city that was empty resumes its topography of traffic and queues. The waves of the sea and the singing birds become distant memories. Your tan, won at so much cost, has already packed their bags and left for somewhere better.

Well, don’t be afraid. The first month is always the most difficult. Soon, the noise of the keyboard will stop bothering you and you will get into the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And, while that moment doesn’t arrive, we asked three artists to create special playlists to share with you, using songs that they hear in the studio, in moments of inspiration, and in the wanderings of life. Tom Zé, Daft Punk, The Supremes, Ricky Martin, Nação Zumbi, Velha Guarda da Portella. There is enough for everyone, and enough music to dance until Carnival arrives.

With you, Marcius Galan, Lenora de Barros and Marina Rheingantz.


Marina Rheingantz


Lenora de Barros


Marcius Galan


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Barbara Mastrobuono is an editor, translator and researcher. She has worked in publishing houses such as Editora 34 and Cosac Naify, and served as the editorial coordinator of the Pinacoteca de São Paulo. Among the titles she translated are “Tunga”, with text by Catherine Lampert; “Poesia Viva”, by Paulo Bruscky, with text by Antonio Sergio Bessa; and “Jogos para atores e não autores”, by Augusto Boal. She defended her master’s dissertation at the Department of Literary Theory at the University of São Paulo, and has texts published in cultural magazines such as Amarello. She is currently chief editor of SP-Arte.

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