VF’s Music III – A Bossa Nova

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Author: VFacure
Last revision: 10 Apr at 10:32 2018 UTC


This is an all-new music mod for Hearts of Iron IV

It’s theme is Brazilian music from the 30s to the 80s. There are four separate mods:

VF’s Music I – Noel Rosa e sua Turma da Vila ( http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1326438164 )
The origins of Brazilian Samba in Rio de Janeiro represented by its forefathers. An amalgamation of African Folk Rythm and Portuguese poetry, which a huge touch of animosity and party-kin symphonies

VF’s Music II – Os Reis do Samba ( http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1326444518 )
The difusion of Samba in Metropolitan São Paulo by Ciro Monteiro and João Rubinato (Adoniran Barbosa). Known as the kings of Samba, they popularized the genre, immortalized many songs became great inspirations for composers and performancers all over the world.

VF’s Music III – Bossa Nova ( http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1326447239 )
Widely know as a tranquil elevator-like genre, Bossa Nova is the result of the crossbreeding of Brazilian Samba with American Jazz and Blues, mixed in with social and political themes, as well as the reinterpretation of beach culture. Bossa Nova is one of the most widely known genres in the world, and the flagship of this collection.

VF’s Music IV – Guerra e Pátria( https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1379209109 )
These are brazilian military marches, songs of war, hymns and political jingles that used to be along with my main Brazil mod and I decided to slit and upload separetely

I love my country’s music, and strongly suggest those and are not aware of how the music actually is to give them a look through the videos i’ve put and, preferrably, through the mod. It’s a genre many people do not even imagine exists, and the first listens are surreal. I’ve, personally, never heard anything like it in anywhere else in the world.

They are really lively and cheerful, and i like to select them for the early game, that has no climate of war and is mostly about Civilian Development and Mobilisation. During war it’s up to you.

For those that are already familiar, my good compatriots, well, be my guests.

Each mod description has it’s own music lists, which should be down here.

"Águas de Março – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Berimbau – Vinícius de Moraes"
"Canto de Ossanha – Vinícius de Moraes e Baden Powell"
"Carta ao Tom 74 – Vinícius de Moraes e Toquinho"
"Chega de Saudade – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Chovendo na Roseira – Antônio Carlos Jobim e Elis Regina"
"Deixa – Vinícius de Moraes"
"Desafinado – João Gilberto"
"Garota de Ipanema – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Passarim – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Regra Três – Vinícius de Moraes e Toquinho"
"Sabiá – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Samba da Volta – Vinícius de Moraes"
"Samba de uma Nota Só – Antônio Carlos Jobim e Elis Regina"
"Samba do Jato – Vinícius de Moraes e Toquinho"
"Samba pra Vinícius – Toquinho"
"Só Tinha de Ser com Você – Antônio Carlos Jobim"
"Tarde em Itapuã – Vinícius de Moraes e Toquinho"
"Triste – Antônio Carlos Jobim e Elis Regina"
"Tudo na Mais Santa Paz – Vinícius de Moraes e Toquinho"
"Wave – Antônio Carlos Jobim"

In any case, if you don’t like one of them, but two of the other, just pick them and uncheck the ones you don’t desire: They are entirely independent mods, not requiring anything nor each other.

I also recommend my main mod, VF’s Brazil, which has been around since 2016 and is polished to the teeth.