Unidos de Vila Isabel

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Grêmio Recreativo Escola de Samba Unidos de Vila Isabel is a samba school in Rio de Janeiro. It was thrice champion of the Special Group and is currently headquartered in Boulevard 28 de Setembro in Vila Isabel.

The Unidos de Vila Isabel samba school was crowned the winner of the 2013 Rio Carnival on Wednesday for its attractive and colourful parade highlighting rural life and the customs of the Brazilian interior. Vila Isabel obtained 299.7 points out of a maximum score of 300.

History[edit]

Football is at the foundation of the 'Vila Isabel', as there was in the neighborhood in 1945, a block known as Red and White. The removal of some components has resulted in the creation of a football team with the colors blue and white, later transformed into a new carnival. Antonio Fernandes da Silveira, the "China", registered the company as the União Geral das Escolas de Samba, thus on April 4 of 1946, the school opened its doors.

The home of "China", the first president of the school, served until 1958 as headquarters of the school. The tests were performed in Field Andaraí. The first plot of the Village, From Slave to Queen, was performed by only 100 members in Onze Square: 27 percussionists, 13 Bahia and another 50 people. Paulo Brazão, one of the founders of the school, was one of the biggest winners of the theme song Vila Isabel. In 1960, the school won first place in Group 3, with the plot Poet of the Slaves.

One of the best known figures of the school is, undoubtedly, Martinho da Vila. His entry into the guild was in 1965; it was part of the Samba School Learners of Boca do Mato and it was off to the Empire Serrano, with an invitation to join the wing of the Vila Isabel composers. In the new school, Martin has restructured the composition of the songs and the plots of the parade yearly, with the introduction of softer lyrics and melodies. In the carnival of 1967, Martinho da Vila composed Carnival of Illusions, in 1968 Four Centuries of Fashion and Costumes, in 1969 Iaiá Cais Gold, and in 1970, Glory Gaúchas.

In 1979, the village was victorious in Group 1B, with a plot made by Yedda Pinheiro, talking about the golden years of Carlos Machado. It was the first time a school honored a major culture still alive. It is commonplace, but this was the first time this was done.

In the special group, Vila Isabel won only their first championship in 1988, with the parade theme song Kizomba, a festa da raça. The parade marked the samba runway, abusing alternative materials such as straw and sisal, and the claw of school members. For many who know the school parades, this was perhaps the best show ever known. Unfortunately, due to a severe storm, which left the city of Rio de Janeiro in a state of emergency, the Parade of Champions was not performed.

After the victory of 1988, the school achieved a good result with Law is law in 1989 (4th place), in a year when the committee was composed of pregnant women. But in the 1990s, the school ranged from 7th to 12th place. In 2000, however, the Vila Isabel was in 13th place, down to the Access Group A. In 2002, with a story about Nilton Santos, the village was prevented from going up to the Special Group by the error of a judge, who gave the village a lower score instead of a 10, which would be given to União da Ilha. Thus, the Acadêmicos de Santa Cruz was champion.

In 2004, with a story about the city of Paraty, the village returned to become champion of the Access Group, beating the favorite Santa Cruz, and scholars of Rocinha. In 2005 with Joãosnho Trinta on the committee, who suffered a stroke and could not continue working, the village brought a story about ships that got 10th place.

After spending years without court trials, Ru, president of the school, arranged for the school hall Ecuador, which lies on Boulevard 28 de Setembro and the street Rocha Fragoso, to relinquish its gymnasium. Currently the school has a block of tests located in the Boulevard, in what was the final season of the tramway, which was the car park and garage Detran, the former CTC.

In 2006, Vila Isabel Avenue used the plot "Soy loco por ti America - The town sings the Latin civilization, with the carnavalesco (carnival planner) Alexandre Louzada, and got his second title, after much suffering in the calculation. With an infectious chorus, the theme song of the Vila Isabel was the one that made the bleachers sing the most, and curiously, was what determined the title. The company PDVSA, Venezuela's state oil company, funded the carnival of Vila Isabel with a donation of $900 thousand. However, according to a report of "Official in Brazil" on March 3, 2006, Venezuelan authorities investigated the sponsorship and its true value, as there are opinions that the amount was between US$450 to $2 million. The Venezuelan morning Report reported on its cover more than 500 people traveled to Rio de Janeiro, with all expenses paid by PDVSA to cheer the parade of Vila Isabel. In 2007, the plot talked about the Metamorphoses, by Cid Carvalho, who debuted a solo career, ending in 6th position.

In the carnival of 2008, talking about the Workers of Brazil, the village had a rich and visually perfect parade. However, a maneuver error in the 8th last car affected the school's Christmas, but has not taken away the shine of the new Queen of battery (Natalia Guimaraes) which hit the boulevard.

In the carnival of 2009, the village spoke about the centenary of the Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, with the theme In this Stage of Folia, My Village Announces: Municipal Theater, the Centenary Wonder, authored by the carnival planner Alex de Souza, which in partnership with the controversial Paulo Barros, finished in 4th place.

For the carnival of 2010, the village spoke about the centenary of Noel Rosa, with the plot "Noel: the presence of the poet's Village," with a samba composed by Martinho da Vila, the first time since 1993. In the end, the school was in 4th place.

Carnival 2018[edit]

School-godparent Portela
General information
President Levi Júnior
President of honor Martinho da Vila
Carnival producer Paulo Barros
Carnival singer Igor Sorriso
Carnival director
Carnival commission Paulo Barros
Júnior Schall
Ricardo Fernandes
Luiz Guimarães

Moises Carvalho

Harmony director
Director of Battery Mestre Chuvisco
Queen of Battery Sabrina Sato
Mestre-sala and Porta-Bandeira Rafael and Denadir
Choreography Leo Senna and Kelly Siqueira

Classifications[edit]

Place Group Plot Carnival Producer Singer Ref.
1947 12th 1 Escrava rainha Miguel Moura [1][2]
1948 Did not parade |[2][3]
1949 8th UGESB Iracema Miguel Moura [2][4]
1950 9th UGESB Baía da Guanabara Miguel Moura [2][5]
1951 Did not parade [2]
1952 Trial canceled Fé, Esperança e Caridade Miguel Moura [2]
1953 and 1954 Did not parade [2]
1955 11th 2 Obras da natureza Antônio Fernandes, Seu China, Djalma Fernandes Paulinho da Vila [2]
1956 Vice-Champion 2 Três épocas Gabriel Pena Paulinho da Vila [2]
1957 16th 1 O grande baile da Ilha Fiscal Miguel Moura Paulinho da Vila [2]
1958 5th 2 Riquezas do Brasil Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1959 12th 2 Saldanha da Gama Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1960 Champion 3 Poeta dos Escravos Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1961 4th 2 A imprensa através dos tempos Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1962 8th 2 D. João VI Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1963 4th 2 Três fatos históricos Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1964 3rd 2 Exaltação à Bahia Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1965 Vice-Champion 2 Epopéia do Teatro Municipal Gabriel do Nascimento Paulinho da Vila [2]
1966 4th 1 Três acontecimentos históricos Gabriel do Nascimento and Dário Trindade Paulinho da Vila [2]
1967 4th 1 Carnaval das ilusões Gabriel do Nascimento and Dário Trindade Paulinho da Vila [2]
1968 8th 1 Quatro séculos de modas e costumes Augusto Gonçalves and Walter Tomé Paulinho da Vila [2]
1969 5th 1 Yá-Yá do Cais Dourado Augusto Gonçalves and Walter Tomé Paulinho da Vila [2]
1970 5th 1 Glórias Gaúchas Castelo Branco, José Ribamar, Iomar Soares Paulinho da Vila [2]
1971 5th 1 Ouro mascavo Iomar Soares Antonio Grande [2]
1972 6th 1 Onde o Brasil Aprendeu a Liberdade Djalma Victorio and Soares Souza Paulinho da Vila [2]
1973 8th 1 Zodíaco no samba Gabriel do Nascimento and Dário Trindade Antonio Grande [2]
1974 10th 1 Aruanã-Açu Yarema Ostrog Paulinho da Vila [2]
1975 6th 1 Quatro séculos de paixão Flávio Rangel Zé Carlos [2]
1976 6th 1 Invenção de Orfeu Geraldo Sobreira and Flávio Rangel Barbinha [2]
1977 5th 1 Ai que saudade que eu tenho Arlindo Rodrigues and Luiz Ferreira Jorge Goulart [2]
1978 8th 1 Dique, um mar de amor Departamento Cultural Garganta de Ferro [2]
1979 Champion 1B Os dourados anos de Carlos Machado Yêdda Pinheiro, Fernando Costa, Syílvio Cunha Marcos Moran [2]
1980 Vice-Champion 1A Sonho de um Sonho Fernando Costa and Sylvio Cunha Marcos Moran and Zé Carlos [2]
1981 9th 1A Dos jardins do Éden, à era de Aquarius Syílvio Cunha Marcos Moran [2]
1982 10th 1A Noel Rosa e os poetas da Vila nas batalhas do Boulevard Viriato Ferreira Marcos Moran [2]
1983 9th 1A Os imortais Fernando Costa Marcos Moran [2]
1984 5th 1A Para tudo se acabar na quarta-feira Fernando Costa Gera [2]
1985 3rd 1A Parece que foi ontem Max Lopes Gera [2]
1986 11th 1A De alegria cantei, de alegria pulei, de três em três pelo mundo rodei Max Lopes Gera [2]
1987 5th 1 Raízes Max Lopes Gera [2]
1988 Champion 1 Kizomba, a festa da raça Milton Siqueira, Paulo César Cardoso, Ilvamar Magalhães Gera [6][7][8][9][10]
1989 4th 1 Direito é Direito Milton Siqueira, Paulo César Cardoso, Ilvamar Magalhães Gera [2]
1990 12th Special Se esta terra, se esta terra fosse minha Ilvamar Magalhães Gera [11]
1991 11th Special Luiz Peixoto: E tome polca! Ilvamar Magalhães Gera [12]
1992 12th Special A Vila vê o ovo e põe as claras Gil Ricon Gera [13]
1993 8th Special Gbala - Viagem ao templo da criação Oswaldo Jardim Gera and Martinho da Vila [2]
1994 9th Special Muito prazer! Isabel de Bragança e Drummond Rosa da Silva, mas pode me chamar de Vila Oswaldo Jardim Gera and Jorge Tropical [14]
1995 9th Special Cara e coroa, as duas faces da moeda Max Lopes Gera and Jorge Tropical [15]
1996 7th Special A heróica cavalgada de um povo Max Lopes Gera and Jorge Tropical [2]
1997 9th Special Não deixe o samba morrer Jorge Freitas Gera and Jorge Tropical [16]
1998 12th Special Lágrimas, suor e conquistas no mundo em transformação Jorge Freitas Gera and Jorge Tropical [17]
1999 11th Special João Pessoa, onde o sol brilha mais cedo Jorge Freitas and João Luís de Moura Gera and Jorge Tropical [18]
2000 13th Special Academia indígena de letras - Eu sou índio, eu também sou imortal Oswaldo Jardim Jorge Tropical [19]
2001 4th A Estado maravilhoso cheio de encantos mil Ricardo Pavão, Rachid, Márcia Braga
Martinho da Vila, Jorge Caribé
Jorge Tropical [20]
2002 2nd A O glorioso Nilton Santos... Sua bola, sua vida, nossa Vila... João Luís de Moura Jorge Tropical [21]
2003 3rd A Oscar Niemeyer, o arquiteto no recanto da princesa Jorge Freitas Jorge Tropical and Tinga [22]
2004 Champion A A Vila é Para Ti... João Luís de Moura Tinga [23][24]
2005 10th Special Singrando os mares e construindo o futuro Joãosinho Trinta and Wany Araújo Tinga [25][26][27]
2006 Champion Special Soy loco por tí, América: A Vila canta a latinidade Alexandre Louzada Tinga [28][29][30]
2007 6th Special Metamorfoses: do reino natural à corte popular do carnaval - as transformações da vida Cid Carvalho Tinga [31][32][33]
2008 9th Special Trabalhadores do Brasil Alex de Souza Tinga [34][35][36]
2009 4th Special Neste palco da folia, minha Vila anuncia: Theatro Municipal, a centenária maravilha Alex de Souza and Paulo Barros Tinga [37][38][39][40]
2010 4th Special Noel: a presença do poeta da Vila Alex de Souza Tinga [41][42]
2011 4th Special Mitos e histórias entrelaçadas pelos fios de cabelo Rosa Magalhães Tinga [43]
2012 3rd Special Você semba lá .... Que eu sambo cá! O canto livre de Angola Rosa Magalhães Tinga [44]
2013 Champion Special A Vila canta o Brasil, celeiro do mundo - Água no feijão que chegou mais um Rosa Magalhães Tinga [45][46][47]
2014 10th Special Retratos de um Brasil plural Cid Carvalho Gilsinho [48]
2015 11th Especial O Maestro Brasileiro está na terra de Noel... a partitura é azul e branco da nossa Vila Isabel Max Lopes Gilsinho [49][50][51][52]
2016 8th Special Memórias do 'Pai Arraia' - um sonho pernambucano, um legado brasileiro Alex de Souza Igor Sorriso
2017 10th Especial O som da cor Alex de Souza Igor Sorriso
2018 Especial Paulo Barros Igor Sorriso

References[edit]

  1. ^ Academia do Samba. "1947" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2010-10-28. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq Academia do Samba. "Vila Isabel - Desfiles e Enredos". Retrieved 2013-10-28. 
  3. ^ Academia do Samba. "1948" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 02/11/2010.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ Academia do Samba. "1949" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 02/11/2010.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  5. ^ Academia do Samba. "1950" (in Portuguese). Retrieved 02/11/2010.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  6. ^ Academia do Samba. "Kizomba 1988 Quem viu, viu. Quem não viu não verá jamais!". Retrieved 2013-10-28. 
  7. ^ "Vila 1988 - Academia do Samba". Retrieved 2013-10-28. 
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  33. ^ G1 (12/01/2007). "VILA ISABEL PROMETE METAMORFOSES NAS ALEGORIAS". 17h07. Retrieved 05/11/2013.  Check date values in: |access-date=, |date= (help)
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  47. ^ "Vila 2013 - Academia do Samba". Retrieved 2013-10-28. 
  48. ^ "Vila Isabel tenta bi com 'Brasil plural', mas desfila com fantasias inacabadas". G1 (in Portuguese). 01h23. 04/03/2014.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  49. ^ O Dia na Folia (2013-03-29). "Gilsinho deve ser anunciado como novo intérprete da Vila, diz site". 17:09. Retrieved 2013-03-29. 
  50. ^ O Dia (2014-05-25). "Em noite de gala, Vila apresenta nova equipe e enredo sobre Karabtchevsky". 16h47. 
  51. ^ SRZD-Carnaval (2014-05-25). "Vídeo: na posse de Beta, Vila Isabel oficializa enredo para 2015". 04h31. 
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