The musician Mauricio Marques is a composer, music teacher, arranger and was a member of a Brazilian music group called “Quarteto Maogani”. He also performs in the music scene of Rio Grande do Sul. Nowadays, he composes on an 8-string guitar and performs in group and solo.
In the video above, Mauricio plays a song called “”Conversa de Botequim”, by Noel Rosa and Vadico, with a Lineu Bravo guitar!
Mauricio Marques career
Mauricio Marques is a composer, music teacher and arranger, focused on Brazilian music.
He is a winner of several music prizes and took part in a group called “Quarteto Maogani” between the years 2005 and 2013. He performs in the music scene of Rio Grande do Sul in partnership with Renato Borghetti, Luiz Carlos Borges and Celau Moreyra. He is an 8-string guitar expert.
Mauricio performs in group and solo, and his background is Brazilian music, with a lot of technique and great arrangements.
Learn more at: www.mauriciomarques.com.br
About Quarteto Maogani
O Quarteto Maogani destaca-se por sua produção fonográfica de alta qualidade e presença constante em concertos no Brasil e no exterior. Criado em 1995, o grupo explora formação instrumental pouco usual, unindo a delicadeza e os cuidados da música de câmera ao vigor e à espontaneidade da música popular.
The Quarteto Maogani band produces high quality music and performs in Brazil and worldwide. The group was founded in 1995 and explores the unusual instrumental development.
Maurício Marques – Requinto guitar and 8-string guitar
Carlos Chaves – 7-string guitar
Marcos Alves – 6-string guitar
Paulo Aragão – 8-string guitar
About Lineu Bravo
Lineu Bravo is an autodidact luthier and fond of good music. From an early age he developed intimacy with wood at his father workshop. He built his first instrument when he was 14. Since then, his guitars, ‘cavacos’, mandolins and ‘violas’ have been purchased by respected musicians. Guinga, Marcus Tardelli, Zélia Duncan, Marco Pereira, João Bosco, Yamandú Costa, Chico Buarque, Ulisses Rocha, Hamilton de Holanda, Ângela Muner, Rogério Caetano, Maurício Carrilho, Luciana Rabello, João Lyra, Maurício Marques, Edson Lopes, Alessandro Penezzi, Juarez Moreira, Fernando César, Jayme Vignoli, Flávio Apro, Giacomo Bartoloni, Swami Jr, Rosa Passos, Ana Carolina, Zé Paulo Becker, and Douglas Lora are some of them.