poetic breaths

Saturdays, between programs

The writer and psychologist Silvia Nogueira shares a brief selection of texts and poetry in the form of possible breaths in the midst of chaos. Save poetry, my people!

Let there be some delight.

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poetic breaths #01

09/ 26/2020

This Saturday, Poetic Breaths is a inaugurating this simple form of breathing, two candies to listen to by a great Brazilian writer Carolina Maria de Jesus which will resonate through the sound waves of RádioTV Mundo Novo.

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poetic breaths #01

This Saturday, Poetic Breaths is a inaugurating this simple form of breathing, two candies to listen to by a great Brazilian writer Carolina Maria de Jesus which will resonate through the sound waves of RádioTV Mundo Novo.

poetic breaths #04

poetic breaths Saturdays, between programs The writer and psychologist Silvia Nogueira shares a brief selection of texts and poetry in the form of possible breaths in the midst of chaos.…

poetic breaths #05

This Saturday comes an invitation for a more southern flight, south of south america, passing through Uruguayan, Argentine, Chilean and -claro y siempre Paraguayans lands! In the voices of Galeano, Cortázar, Monvel and Espíndola. Ojalá disfruten!

poetic breaths #06

Flowing river. Apparently obscene the margin. Today, this Saturday, 31 of the witches, an invitation to hear the waves of this river, which is sea. And what does it say? By the banks, it is obscene to live – without being alive. “To be and having been”, this is the substance of these words landfish. Words of love with present bodies – and others, simultaneous. Whole-life words transmuting the body and beyond. With you, Hilda Hilst.

poetic breaths #07

An invitation to launch ourselves into the sea, with subtlety and softness, we start with the words of the sea by Sophia de Mello Breyner, and continue giving voice to the words of Melville, Raul Brandão, Alberto Martins and Brecht.

poetic breaths #08

A brief flight through Brazilian constructions in Africa – and vice versa. Words from Jorge de Lima, Marcelino Freire, Edimilson Pereira and Silvia Nogueira. Voices: Marcelino Freire, Bia Nogueira, Juliana Notari and Sílvia Nogueira.

poetic breaths #09

Poetic voices of warrioress women full of charm, power and ashé. Words from Conceição Evaristo, Elisa Lucinda, Luna Vitrolira and Cidinha da Silva.

poetic breaths #10

Bricative poetics summon us to the power and lightness of the comic through breathless words uttered by Manuel de Barros, Wilson Bueno, Jacques Prevert and Lewis Carroll.

poetic breaths #11

An invitation to listeners through gorges that embark on the poetry of Rosean sertaneja prose. Breaths from the great hinterland, by Guimarães Rosa.

poetic breaths #12

An invitation by friendly friends to share their treasures and make their delicious voices echo in the air, I feel that I embrace them. I leave you with this strong poetic embrace with the wishes of great health, love, ashé!

poetic breaths #13 season two

Playful poetics summon us to the power and lightness of the comic through the poetical breaths of Manuel de Barros, Wilson Bueno, Jacques Prevert, and Lewis Carroll.

poetic breaths #14 season two

The conjugation the senses in a gesture of time. this saturday, an ode to slow time. a shallow flight into a deep sky << brigadier >>, the hedgehopping flight, the synthesis. with harmony and playfulness, the haikais. try it. eat, chew, see, hear, feel. sharpen your sense of smell. breathe. it’s vital! haikais by Helena Kolody, Alice Ruiz, Orides Fontela y algunos hombres.

poetic breaths #15 season two

We recall the words of Douglas Diegues in the introduction of his Kosmofonia Mbya Guarani: you will hear a wild language (…) and discover that the Mbya-Guarani do not yet know poetic language, because they have never known any language other than the poetic language – we understand that this speech of Diegues reflects all ancestral languages that resonate daily in every corner of this nation, languages that are not trapped in drawings on the skins of dead trees. today we celebrate the indigenous April with the mighty wisdom that reechoes from the voices of the forest — Ailton Krenak, Davi Kopenawa, Cristine Takua and Carlos Papá

poetic breaths #16 season two

We followed a canoe inwards with the voices of the forest, bringing listeners to the poetic orality of ancestral speeches through a Maxakali ritual song, Popol Vuh and the knowledge poetics of Ailton Krenak, Daniel Munduruku and Kaka Wera Jekupe. We will also have the songs of Dua Busē and Álvaro Tukano, and the music of Ricardo Lozano

poetic breaths #17 season two

this saturday, << respiros >> is dedicated to all those who have crossed the lethes on the covid tide. inspired by everlasting poetic traces, we bring the voices of antonio bivar, olga savary, sérgio sant’anna and aldir blanc

poetic breaths #18 season two

This Saturday, we navigate through essencial words that shape us, from the root. A brief flight through Brazilian constructions about Africa – and vice versa. Words by Jorge de Lima, Marcelino Freire, Edimilson Pereira and Ricardo Aleixo. Songs: Mateus Aleluia and Tincoãs.

poetic breaths #19 season two

<< poems come out to pray downstream >> today poetry is also a prayer. this saturday, we bring to listeners contemporary *poemprayers* — Patrícia Claudine Hoffmann, Pedro sktls, Thiago Soares, and Pedro Muriel.

poetic breaths #20 season two

poetic breaths Saturday, between programs. Semanalmente, possíveis respiros em meio ao caos vão ao ar pela rádiotvmundonovo em forma de poesia, fragmentos de contos, trechos de romances, aforismos […] pequenos…

poetic breaths #21

second flight through playful breathings with palindromic inventions, glossolalia, and architectures of the finest composition, with poets of the palindromic art and the poetry of artaud, mallarmé, and haroldo de campos.