Born in 1961, the Brazilian pianist and composer Jocy de Oliveira, known for her collaborations with Messiaen, has been reissued for the first time on ReR and Creel Pone. She has performed works by Janis Xenakis, John Cage, and Claudillo Santoro in major orchestras on both continents. Oliviera, a pioneer of electronic music and experimental classical music, has had a great influence on Brazil and abroad. It is a record that is distinct from the other artistic works she left behind in her career, and is advertised as a "simple and original dialectic" to the Brazilian samba tradition, and named "avant-garde samba". While the innovators of bossa nova incorporated influences from jazz and French piano music into the foundation of samba, Oliviera took the leap further, fusing samba with 20th century classical music to create a journalistic & ironic jolt of urban tragedy and decay. Pressed as a high quality 45RPM record. Inner sleeve contains previously unseen photos taken at the time of release in 1959.