I knew it had come from some soap opera or a film, and thanks to Nigel Warburton via @teobesta here is the original use of the piece! (Probably a bit steamy if you are a music teacher!)
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Heitor Villa Lobos was such a towering presence in Brazilian music, that other Brazilian composers of the period tend to take a back seat. This, coupled with the fact that Brazil is often excluded in festivals of classical contemporary Latin American music in Europe (because of the language difference) means that we have to go out of our way to find music by contemporaries of Villa Lobos.