Musica Caipira- Brazil goes country. by singing in parallel thirds and sixths, it draws from the song form of the Luso-Brazilian heritage known as moda de viola. Check out Raiz Sertaneja: Moda de Viola e Clássicos da Música Caipira by Vários Artistas on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now. Música sertaneja or Sertanejo is a music style that had its origins in the countryside of Brazil in "Música caipira" or "música sertaneja" refers to the music that is composed and performed in rural areas, like the old 'moda de viola'. The instruments used by solo musicians or duos are typical of colonial Brazil, such as the. Historiclly, moda de viola has been the most widespread form of sertanejo music. Viola caipira is the dominant instrument within moda de viola and it may or. Moda de viola is a style of Sertanejo de raiz, predominant in southeast, south and west-central Brazil. It consists of long verses of viola caipira, interspersed with. Also known as: Música caipira Mariano e Caçula's Jorginho do Sertão in , whilst Moda de viola recordings followed soon after in the early s, which.