|1.||Encanto do Sertão|
|4.||Valsa da Ciranda|
|5.||Terra Mãe Terra Pai|
|8.||Fruto e Pomar|
|9.||Bye Bye, Japão|
COMPOSERS AND INTERPRETERS: RENATO MOTHA | BRUNO MANGUEIRA, EDUARDO KLÉBIS, ANDRÉ DE SOUZA | ZÉ HENRIQUE MARTINIANO, ADRIANA GENNARI | E. DI MICELLI, H. BRANDÃO, A. GATINHO, J. ELIAS, AROLDO PEDROSA, PATRÍCIA BASTOS | ZÉ ALEXANDRE | KIKO ZAMARIAN, CRISTINA SARAIVA, MÁRCIA TAUIL | PECÊ CASTILHO, GRUPO ZANGAREIO | WOLF BORGES | KANA, LÉO NOGUEIRA, ÉLIO CAMALLE | JOSÉ A. NOVAES NETO, E. SANTANA, GRUPO OKTOECHOS | ORQUESTRA DO FESTIVAL, ANTONIO CARLOS NEVES CAMPOS
In 2001, Bruno Mangueira and lyricist Eduardo Klébis won the second place prize at the 10th MPB Festival of Tatuí, one of Brazil's most important festivals, with their composition Camburi, which was interpreted by André de Souza (vocals) and Bruno Mangueira (guitar). At that time, Bruno also wrote the arrangement performed by the Festival Orchestra, conducted by Antonio Carlos Neves Campos.
To celebrate the tenth edition of the event, the Tatuí Conservatory, supported by the Government of the State of São Paulo, released a CD with the winners of the contest, which attracted composers from 20 Brazilian states and the Federal District
"Camburi" is the name of a beach located in Bruno’s home town, Vitoria, Brazil. Many years later, the song would title his second CD, in which it was sung as a duet by Bruno Mangueira and major Brazilian singer Leila Pinheiro.