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Aquele Beijo Aquele Beijo (English: "That Kiss") is a Brazilian telenovela produced by Rede Globo and exhibited in the schedule of 19 hours. Written by Miguel Falabella, Flávio Marinho and Antonia Pellegrino, and directed by Roberto Talma and Cininha de Paula, its release was the day October 17, 2011, replacing "Morde & Assopra".
Aquele Abraço The song has since achieved an iconic status in Brazilian popular culture and was performed by MPB artists Marisa Monte and Seu Jorge at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, as part of the preview of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Aquele Abraço Among the cultural references in the lyrics are the fans of the Flamengo football team, the popular television personality Chacrinha, young girls of the favelas, the samba school Portela, and the Carnaval street parade Banda de Ipanema. In an interview in "O Pasquim" shortly after his exile, he explained that the song was his way of capturing the joy and happiness he had seen on the streets, which he had not felt for some time--"my intention was really, very simply, to give an embrace to the people of Rio...It was a song of encountering, not leaving." In that same interview, Gil also addressed the controversy of whether he had taken the title phrase "Aquele Abraço" from the popular Rio television personality Lilico. Gil asserted that he had never seen Lilico's show and that the phrase had existed in the Brazilian imagination for a long time, used in the same nostalgic sense that he had invoked in his song.
Aquele Abraço "Aquele Abraço" (, English: "That Embrace") is a song in the samba genre by Brazilian singer-songwriter Gilberto Gil. Written during a period of military dictatorship and cultural censorship in Brazil, the lyrics invoke neighborhoods, landmarks, samba schools and popular culture figures of Rio de Janeiro. It was released as the third track, with an expanded version as track 11, on Gil's third album "Gilberto Gil", issued by Universal in 1969. On the tracks, he introduces the song as being "for Dorival Caymmi, João Gilberto and Caetano Veloso," all major Brazilian singer-songwriters.
Aquele Abraço Gil was inspired to write the song on Ash Wednesday of 1969, his last day before leaving Rio, shortly after he had been released from detention in a military prison in the neighborhood of Realengo, referenced in the song lyrics. Upon his return to his home town of Salvador, he was placed under house arrest, where he developed the melody and instrumentation and made the recordings. Although Gil was exiled to Europe by the summer of 1969, the song became a major hit in Brazil, with an extended stay at the top of the charts, and in August 1970 it was awarded the Golden Dolphin (Golphino d'Ouro) prize from the Sound and Image Museum (Museu da Imagem e do Som) in Rio. However, Gil refused to accept the prize, writing an angry response in the counter-cultural Brazilian journal "O Pasquim" titled "Rejeito + aceito = rejeito" [reject + accept = reject].
Gilberto Gil (1969 album) The album has one of Gilberto Gil's most famous songs, "Aquele Abraço".
Ruy Belo In 1961, Ruy Belo quit Opus Dei, and published his first poetry book, "Aquele Grande Rio Eufrates".
Cynthia Falabella In 2011, the pileup of the novel "Corações Feridos", Cynthia back to Rede Globo's soap opera "Aquele Beijo".
Juliana Didone She played Lia in the 2010 Rede Globo telenovela Passione. Juliana Didone played Brigitte in the 2011 telenovela Aquele Beijo.
Nívea Maria He was cast in the soap opera "Aquele Beijo". He is currently playing in the novel "Salve Jorge" Isaurinha, the family matriarch Alcântara Vieira.