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She was very young when she moved with her family to Rio Branco, Acre, where she met Mestre Irineu, in the early s.

After the time of Mestre Irineu it became a more common practice to finish or close an hinario as a complete work, after which a new hinario might be received. He was a black man with notably white teeth. Dra Brilhante was married with Padrinho Eduardo Salles Freitas, and they had four children, three of whom survive. He suffered a disease on his leg that bothered him a lot.

The hinario of Padrinho Sebastiao is sung on Irineu’s birthday Dec.

Padrinho Alfredo- Nova Era and Nova Dimensão

She was sallow and blond with white skin. He worked as a seringueiro, or rubber tapper, and later as a farmer.

He met Mestre Irineu inand he received benefits for his unstable health. He lost his first wife, married again, and had another four children.


She was the younger sister of Madrinha Rita, and the mother of six children. She died of pneumonia, aged just 32 years, on 2 April Anthony every June.

Santo Daime hymns Sacred music and dance are fundamental to the Santo Daime religion. In Daimista communities and households, it is normally sung around 6: In the spiritual works and communities of Santo Daime, the hymns are a bond of shared understanding and a daily practice.

He worked as a farmer and wagon driver. She is thought to have been born 25 June in Rio Grande do Norte. The hymns can be seen as integral to the ritual, the transformation, and the revealed messages as each person understands them. She worked hard to support her family but had many difficulties in her material life, as in her works with Santo Daime.

Nobody knows the date he moved to Rio Branco, Acre. Daimistas from Brazil and other countries have contributed to this growing genre, while continuing to sing the principle hinarios in Portuguese.

In the early s, he joined Mestre Irineu, and became one of his first disciples. Variously these hymns may be viewed as ‘calling’ energies or divine entities, as transmitting sacred doctrine, as bringing healing through the act of singing what the community is affirming are eternal truths. While the rituals and music originated with a very few hymns, sung by a small group in the Hinaroi Amazon, the practice of these spiritual works in diverse parts of the world since it began expansion around the eraa of the s has given rise to a significant body of music, in many languages.


While they are sung outside of the rituals in ensaio practice and listened to in various settings, the real distinction of is genre is that it is intended to be sung in ritual, by a group going into what is understood to be spiritual work of transformation. Sacred music and dance are fundamental to the Santo Daime religion.

Santo Daime – Archives – Hymns

Germano was one of the first disciples of Mestre Irineu, becoming a member of Santo Daime in the s. Germano had special feelings for Mestre Irineu, and called him maninho, or ‘my little brother’. His granddaughter, Peregrina Gomes, was the third wife of Mestre Irineu.

Because of this, he couldn’t eat some kinds of food.

Among adherents to the doctrine, songs tend to padrinuo referred to as ‘received’ [1] from a spiritual source rather than written from the writers mind alone and confirmed by their use in ritual. Hinarios that are central to the doctrine may be sung once or several times per year, and practiced many times more.

He moved with his family to Rio Branco, Acre, apfredo he lived on the outskirts of the city working as a farmer. Baixinha, tiny in Portuguese, is perhaps the best known practitioner of UmbanDaime.