Milton Nascimento’s last show in Mineiro started very quickly. “The Last Musical Session”, which ended on Sunday evening (11/13), the singer-songwriter’s path from Minas Gerais began before he took to the stage.
Over the course of two and a half hours, Melton promoted a passionate and dedicated evening that covered 80 years of life and 60 years of music. His collection covered all phases of his career and also celebrated the companion and community he always brought to his work. An evening with a huge crowd and a full stage, with many guests.
A picture of her embracing Milton has been shown on both phones since Sunday afternoon.
At the entrance to the studio, the audience received a sign that read “Thank you, Petuka.” The show is the 37th of the season, which began in June in Rio de Janeiro. Since then, in addition to Brazil, he has performed in Europe (10 performances) and the United States (9 dates).
“I consider myself more Minas Gerais than Cariocas,” Milton said in the video that opened the show at 7 p.m. In the presentation, Petuka – “that’s how I like to be called” – skips his track.
Talk about friends, partners and Clube da Esquina. “I became a world citizen without stopping to be Brazilian,” he said, when the audience welcomed him.
Already on stage, with the accordion (his first instrument), Milton addressed the audience for the first time. “This show is dedicated to my dear Gal Costa,” he said after the performance of “Punta de Aria,” which opened the show.
“Now it’s me,” Milton said, after removing the mantle created by Ronaldo Fraga and inspired by Artur Bispo do Rosrio. He wore a hoodie and sunglasses, and spoke of “the love of my life.” He was referring to Ellis Regina, who recorded (and immortalized) “Cano do Sal” and “Moro Velho,” songs from the beginning of her career.
Z Ibarra, who opened the show, shared with Melton another song from the group’s first stage of his career, “October.”
Surprises promised. The first appeared in the first part of the show. Milton sang “Amor de ndio” to Beto Guedes and Ronaldo Bastos, a song that is not part of the tour’s official repertoire.
The crowd followed, lighting up the stadium with green lights and mobile phone flashlights, in one of the night’s most emotional moments.
Another song that was only included in tonight’s repertoire, “Sunflowers of the Color of Your Hair” was sung by El, Toniño, Wagner and Beto, causing an uproar in the audience, who sang along and applauded heartily.
Milton, all along, was very emotional. At the end of each tube, keep quiet. J Without the guests on stage, he sang “Case” alone. The audience was also moved and chanted “Bituca, eu te amo!”.
After a more emotional set, the song “All You can be” excited the audience in Mineiro. Music director and show organizer Wilson Lopez has a guitar solo performed by “San Vicente”, performed by Z Ibarra.
Another great audience moment: “Sharp Knife, Blind” was sung all over Mineiro, along with another catchy song, “Paula y Bebeto”. After that, Milton announced “a small tribute to Mercedes Sosa”.
Z Ibarra translated “Volver a los 17” into the Violetta Barra poem song Milton recorded with the Argentine singer.
Burgess and Ronaldo said before the two of them sing “Blue Train” together. Bastos, another song only included in this tour show.
Samuel Petuka called to “listen to the crowded Mineiro” and let the audience sing. And he concludes: “Petuka is in our heads forever!”
Two songs composed by Tavinio Mora based on folklore made the audience dance together: “Clix Pinto”, “Pixinhos do Mar”. In the end, the variety show ended with “Cuitelinho” by Paolo Vanzolini. “Cio da terra” finished this show set.
Milton greeted another guest on his farewell night from the theatre. Nelson N’Gello shared him singing “Vazanda” on his own.
“Sock Ball, Marble” was the penultimate song in the music. Milton presented the entire band that accompanied him on the “The Last Music Session” tour.
The audience raised posters of “Obrigado, Bituca” before the last song “Maria Maria”. “I love you too!” Milton said, heartbroken. A lively interpretation of “Maria, Maria” followed, with space for a solarium and fireworks.
After “Corão de Estudante”, which has already appeared, with Wagner Tiso piano and Milton’s voice, he said: “Long live democracy.”
Farewell Encounters ended the show. last offer. And Melton addresses his deceased partner in 2015: “Fernando Brant, wherever you are, I love you!”. Meeting time is also goodbye.”
After that, he invited the whole team to the stage, starting with his son and his manager, Augusto Nascimento. Gently, Milton was supported by him. J From standing, thanks, now without more words, night. We were all grateful and ecstatic.
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