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  • Mas, que Nada | Live in Brazil | Playing For Change

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    The PFC Band is back on the road and ready to rock Brazil! To kick things off we want to bring a little love from Brazil straight to you. The song Mas, que Nada was composed by Jorge Ben and made popular by Sérgio Mendes but has been covered by many other artists including Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald; and now we're happy to share our friends performing the song live during a jam session in São Paolo. Turn it up and dance, sing, or do whatever it is that sets your soul on fire.

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    Denis Celestino Lisboa - Bongos
    Guga Machado - Pandeiro (tambourine)
    Camila Silva - cavaquinho
    Amauri Luis da Silva - acoustic guitar
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    Fagner Karú - guitar

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  • 5 BRAZILIAN FEMALE SINGERS YOU SHOULD KNOW | Brazilian Music ????????

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    BRAZILIAN MUSIC: 5 of the best Brazilian female singers you should start listening to right now! All of them are famous contemporary female singers from Brazil.

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  • Brazilian Music - Tico Tico no fuba on piano

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    This is the original piano version of the Tico Tico no Fuba from Zequinha de Abreu.
    Tico Tico no Fuba was a movie starring Carmen Miranda. The Tico Tico is one of the most famous brazilian music. Played by Lord Vinheteiro. Zequinha de Abreu is a brazilian composer, and Lord Vinheteiro is a brazilian pianist.
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  • Brazilian Musicians Struggle to Crack US Market

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    As America's Hispanic population grows, music from Latin America has surged in popularity in the United States. Musicians - particularly those from Mexico - have struck a cord with US audiences. But artists from Latin America's largest nation, Brazil, say they are finding it much harder to break into the US market than their counterparts from other countries. Steve Mort reports for VOA from Rio de Janeiro.

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  • Vintage Brazil Touch - Best Of Vintage Brazilian Songs

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    00:00 - Antonio Carlos Jobim - One Note Samba
    03:20 - Joao Gilberto - Corcovado
    05:14 - Herbie Man - Once I loved
    07:50 - Joao Gilberto - Doralice
    09:15 - Joao Gilberto - O Pato
    11:10 - Stan Getz - Desafinado
    17:02 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho onde Morar
    19:22 - Sylvia Telles - Dindi
    21:56 - Laurindo Almeida - Tocata
    26:40 - Carlos Lyra - Maria Ninguem
    29:34 - Flavio Farria - Wave
    33:47 - Sergio Mendes - Outra Vez
    36:10 - Stan Getz - Manha de Carnaval
    41:58 - Luiz Bonfa - Samba de Orfeu
    44:02 - Stan Getz - Chega de Saudade
    48:14 - Luis Eça - Aquarela do Brazil
    50:48 - Carlos Lyra - Voce e Eu
    51:48 - Joao Gilberto - Discussao
    53:36 - Os Cariocas - Zelao
    56:26 - Carlos Lyra - Coisa Mais Linda
    57:54 - Agostinho dos Santos - A Felicidade
    01:00:35 – Maysa - Meditacao
    01:03:30 - Joao Gilberto - Meditacao
    01:05:14 - Sylvia Telles - Fotografia
    01:07:56 - Eliseth Cardoso - Outra Vez
    01:09:50 - Joao Gilberto - So Em Teus Bracos
    01:11:37 - Dorival Caymmi - Rosa Morena
    01:13:56 - Dorival Caymmi - Acontece Que Eu Sou Baiano
    01:16:13 - Luiz Bonfa - Manha de Carnaval
    01:19:15 - Luiz Bonfa - Passeio no Rio
    01:21:06 - Bud Shank & Laurindo Almeida - Nocturno
    01:24:38 - Flavio Faria - Essa Moca Ta Differente
    01:28:00 - Stan Getz - Baia
    01:34:40 - Lucio Alves - Lamento Non Morro
    01:37:14 - Carlos Lyra - Cancao do Olhar Amado
    01:39:44 - Sylvia Telles - Samba de Uma Nota So
    01:42:01 - Joao Gilberto - Trevo de Quatro Folhas
    01:43:23 - Tamba Trio - Desafinado
    01:46:06 - Baden Powell - Do Jetto Que a Gente Quer
    01:48:41 - Lucio Alves - Samba Triste
    01:51:17 - Sergio Mendes - Tristeza de Nos Dois
    01:53:29 - Sonia Delfino - O Barquinho
    01:55:40 - Sylvia Telles - Se e Tarde Me Perdoa
    01:57:22 - Joao Gilberto - Amor Certinho
    01:59:13 - Baden Powell - Improviso Em Bossa Nova
    02:01:19 - Flavio Faria - Aquarela do Brazil
    02:05:00 - Carlos Lyra - Quem Quiser Encontrar O Amor
    02:06:57 - Joao Gilberto - Um Abraco No Bonfa
    02:08:33 - Stan Getz - Balanco No Samba
    02:11:32 - Dorival Caymmi - Eu Nao Tenho Onde Morar
    02:13:52 - Eliseth Cardoso - Caminho de Pedra
    02:16:36 - Sergio Ricardo - Pernas
    02:18:34 - Agostinho dos Santos - Dindi
    02:21:11 – Maciel - O Nossor Amor
    02:23:34 - Os Cariocas - Criticando
    02:26:37 - Agostinho dos Santos - O Amor Em Paz
    02:29:26 - Joao Gilberto - Insensatez
    02:31:49 - Carlos Lyra - Nada Como Ter Amor
    02:33:34 - Tamba Trio - Nos E O Mar
    02:35:48 - Sylvia Telles - Corcovado

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  • Bossa nova greatest hits - Brazilian songs Tristeza e Solidão

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    Brazil is rich in melodies such as bossa nova often associated with the words Tristeza and Solidão. La Samba and much more in this Bossa nova greatest hits - Brazilian songs. Brazilian songs are very catchy, with a rhythm that involves and moments of great passion. In this compilation you will find many famous names or anyway appreciated by the great public of fans of Brazilian music.

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    1 Astrud Gilberto - Tristeza 03:30 1
    2 Caetano Veloso - Vampiro 04:06 1
    3 Tristeza e Solidão - Vinicius de Moraes e Baden Powell 04:29 1
    4 Tom Carter & Vanessa Arn - Mojave 02:27 1
    5 Stan Getz - Minina Moca 05:35 1
    6 Sérgio Mendes - Night and Day 03:15 1
    7 Stan Getz - Melancólico 04:43 1
    8 Marisa Monte - Segue o seco 05:04 1
    9 Se você pensa - Nara Leão 02:55 1
    10 Samba da Bênção - Vinicius de Moraes 06:52 1
    11 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Stone Flower 04:01 1
    12 Maria Rita - Rumo ao Infinito 04:33 1
    13 Gilberto Gil - Quilombo, o Eldorado Negro 04:46 1
    14 Marcos Valle - Os grilos 02:17 1
    15 K2O3 - Olhos Nos Olhos 04:44 1
    16 Nara Leão - O Circo 03:19 2
    17 Caetano Veloso - Mora na filosofia 06:16 2
    18 Nara Leão - Meditação 02:58 2
    19 Marisa Monte - Balança pema 03:05 2
    20 Malvela - María Rita 03:26 1
    21 Marcos Valle - Os ossos do barão 02:15 1
    22 Jorge Ben Jor - Oba, la vem ela 04:19 2
    23 João Gilberto - Eu vim da Bahia 06:00 1
    24 Jorge Ben - Menina mulher da pele preta 02:57 1
    25 João Gilberto - Rosa morena 02:06 1
    26 Gal Costa - Mãe 03:34 1
    27 João Gilberto - Águas de março 04:21 1
    28 João Gilberto - Lobo Bobo (Foolish Wolf) 01:20 1
    29 Gilberto Gil - Sala do som 03:25 1
    30 Gal Costa - Garota de Ipanema 03:40 1
    31 Astrud Gilberto - Far Away 02:30 1
    32 Gal Costa - Futuros amantes 04:06 1
    33 Elis Regina - Carinhoso 03:57 1
    34 Caetano Veloso - Jeito de corpo 03:18 1
    35 Elis Regina - Saudosa maloca 04:41 1
    36 Elis Regina - Atrás da porta 02:53 1
    37 Céu - Lenda 04:17 1
    38 Chico Buarque - O meu guri 04:27 0
    39 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Look to the Sky 02:20 0
    40 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Insensatez 03:07 0
    41 Bebel Gilberto - Caçada 04:38 0
    42 Clube do Balanço - Balanço 02:59 0
    43 Bebel Gilberto - Samba de Orly 02:47 0
    44 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Meditation 03:18 0
    45 Baden Powell & Vinicius de Moraes - Canto de Iemanjá 04:52 0
    46 Bebel Gilberto - Mais feliz 04:54 0
    47 Astrud Gilberto - Berimbau 02:22 0
    48 Bebel Gilberto - Bim Bom 02:41 0
    49 Baden Powell - Serenata do Adeus 05:16 0
    50 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Wave (instrumental) 02:56 0
    51 Astrud Gilberto - Manhã de Carnaval 02:01 0
    52 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Batidinha 03:36 0
    53 Astrud Gilberto - Gentle Rain 02:23 0
    54 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Tereza My Love 04:22 0
    55 Ainda bem (Marisa Monte) 03:36 0
    56 Antonio Carlos Jobim - Children's Games 03:28 0
    57 Astrud Gilberto - Agua de Beber 02:20 0
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  • Best Carnival Party Music | Brazilian Music

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    1 Carnaval / Festa para um Rei Negro / Pizindim Pizindim / A Fonte Secou / Vem Chegando a Madrugada / Ha Mais de uma Semana / Nesta Onda Que Vou / Cantabrasil (feat. Eliana Estevao, Silvia Maria, Bel, Dominguinhos) - Toquinho ( 00:00 )
    2 Suite Oba Oba 84, Tribute to the Samba Schools of Rio de Janeiro - Eliana Estevão, Oba Oba Ensamble ( 10:46 )
    3 Samba Pa Ti - Salsaloco De Cuba ( 16:44 )
    4 El Carnaval - Salsaloco De Cuba ( 21:10 )
    5 So Danço Samba - Gilson Silveira, Roberto Taufic ( 25:45 )
    6 Samba Sambao Medley - Jair Rodrigues ( 29:39 )
    7 Branqueia - Gilson Silveira, Roberto Taufic ( 38:15 )
    8 Grand Carnival, Suite Oba Oba 84 - Oba Oba (42:25 )

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  • Brazilian Music & Best Brazil Music: Best collection of Brazilian Jazz Music & Brasil Music

    2:13:11

    Brazilian music & best of Brazil music. A relaxing collection of Brazilian jazz music and Brasil music. This original Brazilian music collection is a musical expression of love for tropic shores and natural surroundings. Perfect for lunch or dinner parties or just chilling out.

    Featured in the Brazilian collection are:

    Track 1: Amor maior - Higher Love (starts at 00:00)
    Track 2: Exuberante - Bountiful (starts at 02:42)
    Track 3: By Your Side (starts at 07:54)
    Track 4: Perto de você - Close to you (starts at 10:53)
    Track 5: Endless Summer - Extended Edition (starts at 16:46)
    Track 6: Glide with me (starts at 37:43)
    Track 7: A glória do amor - Glory of love (starts at 40:43)
    Track 8: Halos of Eternity (starts at 46:28)
    Track 9: Apaixonado por Ipanema - In love with Ipanema (starts at 49:29)
    Track 10: Ipanema à noite - Ipanema by night (starts at 54:17)
    Track 11: Apenas um sonho - Just a dream (starts at 59:02)
    Track 12: Luar sobre o mar - Moonlight Over The Sea (starts at 01:03:01)
    Track 13: Memoir of Summer (starts at 01:06:08)
    Track 14: Oh meu doce Rio - Oh My Sweet Rio (starts at 01:09:02)
    Track 15: Mais uma vez - One more time (starts at 01:12:43)
    Track 16: Uma noite no céu - One night in heaven (starts at 1:18:35)
    Track 17: Paradise in Fernando de Noronha (starts at 01:22:58)
    Track 18: Pathway To Haven (starts at 01:28:03)
    Track 19: Rejubilar - Rejoice (starts at 01:33:35)
    Track 20: Sacopenapã / Copacabana (starts at 01:36:19)
    Track 21: Sons da floresta - Sounds Of Forest (starts at 01:39:20)
    Track 22: Starry Nights (starts at 01:42:42)
    Track 23: Sussurros do mar- Whispers of sea (starts at 01:45:55)
    Track 24: Uma noite para recordar - A Night To Remember (starts at 01:48:58)
    Track 25: Sweet Lullaby (stars at 01:52:03)

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  • PennPAT: Minas, Brazilian Music

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  • Brazilian Pop/Jazz Band Another Season EPK

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    Another Season 1st Album Nosso Tempo Feliz

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  • Manhattan Jazz Quartett - Vocal Jazz Classics

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    Manhattan Jazz Quartett Ft. Debby Davis - Vocal Jazz Classics
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    00:00 Summertime (George Gershwin)
    03:23 How Insensitive (Antônio Carlos Jobim)
    07:00 My Funny Valentine (Richard Rogers, Lorenz Hart)
    13:54 Time After Time (Cindy Lauper, Rob Hyman)
    17:51 Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma)
    21:45 Body And Soul (John Green)
    26:37 Girl from Ipanema (Antônio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes)
    31:44 Isn't She Lovely (Stevie Wonder)
    36:53 Killing Me Softly (Norman Gimbel, Charles Fox)
    42:16 You Are The Sunshine Of My Love (Stevie Wonder)
    47:29 One Note Samba (Antônio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendonça)
    49:55 A Felicidade (Nascimento)

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  • Brazilian Cinema and Popular Music Creative Project

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    ROPO 40560 creative project by Mark and Casey(John). Very good!

  • 60s Brazilian Samba Jazz Mix

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    ????????Dckne’s “60’s Jazz Samba Mix“ puts together Jazz-Samba and Bossa Nova tunes from Brazilian artists that emerged before or during the first period of Bossa Nova.

    The mix is comprised of Jazz Samba, Bossa Nova, and MBP (Música popular brasileira) tunes. Colourful Jazz music tinged with Afro-Brazilian rhythms, exotic flavours and joyful percussions.

    Music which was created during a phase of artistic effervescence that took place earlier in the 1950’s in Brazil. Something to keep your ears warm during autumn and winter. Vamos nesse rolê!

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    01. 00:00 João Donato E Seu Trio - Tim Dom Dom
    02. 01:56 Sambalanço Trio - Sambinha
    03. 04:00 Som Tres - Frevo Rasgado
    04. 05:55 Zimbo Trio - Bananeira
    05. 07:46 Os Gatos - Deixa Como Está
    06. 09:39 Deodato & Os Catedraticos - Os Grilos
    07. 11:08 Sambrasa Trio - Lamento Nortista
    08. 13:55 Eumir Deodato - Adriana
    09. 15:56 Pedro Santos - Dual
    10. 18:19 Flora Purim - Jeito Bom de Sofrer
    11. 21:01 Meireles e Os Copa 7 - On Green Dolphin Street
    12. 23:47 Moacir Santos - Coisa n°8
    13. 26:05 Jorge Ben - Lalari-olalà
    14. 28:48 Walter Wanderley - Sambao
    15. 31:02 Som Tres - Jungle
    16. 33:40 Milton Banana & The Oscar Castro-Neves Quartet - Bossa Nova Blues
    17. 36:36 Conjunto 7 de Ouros - Penúltimo
    18. 39:40 Raul De Souza - Jor-Du
    19. 42:29 Brazilian Octopus - Pavane
    20. 45:04 Milton Banana & The Oscar Castro-Neves Quartet - Nao Faz Assim

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  • Danilo Brito: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Tom Cole | May 12, 2017 — After four chords, the notes start to fly — Danilo Brito and his four collaborators, three Brazilians and one American, are off like jackrabbits in front of a hound, having hustled their instruments to the Tiny Desk at the end of a North American tour.

    Brito a 32-year-old mandolin player, made his first record when he was a teenager, plays a type of music called choro (pronounced shore-oo).

    It's said that choro started in the streets and back yards and made its way to the concert hall. Brazilian musicians of all genres have drawn on choro, from popular composer Antonio Carlos Jobim to Heitor Villa Lobos, one of the giants of Latin American classical music. Its literal translation from the Portuguese is to cry, but in Brito's dextrous hands a better translation may be crying out to be heard.

    You can hear Brito and his colleagues play their arrangement of Villa Lobos' Melodia Sentimental, originally written for voice and orchestra, behind the Tiny Desk, but what you're actually hearing is a kind of formal Rodas de Choro, the circles of players who developed this music more than a century ago and have carried it on to the present.

    Only — in the backyards, they don't wear suits and ties.

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    Sussuarana
    Lamentos
    Tica
    Melodia Sentimental
    Pega Ratão

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    Danilo Brito (mandolin); Carlos Moura (7-string guitar); Guilherme Girardi (guitar); Lucas Arantes (cavaquinho); Brian Rice (pandeiro)


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    Producers: Tom Cole, Bronson Arcuri; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Director: Colin Marshall; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, Colin Marshall; Production Assistant: A Noah Harrison; Photo: Ariel Zambelich/NPR.

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  • Coldplay - Viva La Vida

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    Taken from the Live In São Paulo concert film, part of the Butterfly Package, which also includes the Live In Buenos Aires album and the new A Head Full Of Dreams documentary. Out Dec 7. Pre-order at

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  • Cool Brazil: The Best of Brazilian Music

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    COOL BRAZIL - O melhor da música brasileira
    A fine selection of Brazilian music, celebrating Samba & Bossa Nova

    Toquinho -- Acquarello 00:00
    Jorge Ben -- Chove Chuva 04:20
    Maria Creuza -- Vôce Abouso 08:54
    Wilson Das Nieves -- Santiero 11:42
    Vinicius de Moraes, Maria Creuza, Toquinho -- Saudade de Bahia 15:10
    Elza Soares -- La va ela e pensa que è multe 17:42
    Ana Souza -- Girl from Ipanema 20:42
    Jair Rodrigues -- Samba da rosa 24:55
    Jorge Ben -- Ana Maria 29:40
    Vinicius de Moraes, Maria Creuza, Toquinho -- Mas que nada 30:57
    Toquinho -- Planta Baixa 33:25
    Jorge Ben -- Eu sou da pesada 36:18
    Jorge Ben -- Lorella 38:27
    Jorge Ben -- Tôda colorida 42:37
    Maria Creuza -- Chega de saudade 46:01
    Toquinho -- Acquarello (instrumental) 47:56

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  • Coldplay - Fix You

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  • Brazilian Music DJ Mix by JaBig » DEEP & DOPE Playlist: Samba, Bossa Nova, Rio Brazil Lounge

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  • Brazilian Rock Band=Legião Urbana Song Tempo Perdido

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    Legião Urbana is considered by most as the greatest rock band of Brazil.
    were successful and quickly sold millions of albums.
    the band did not last long, Renato Russo (singer-songwriter) is contracted AIDS died quickly and cruelly today are remembered as national heroes.

  • Playing Brazilian Music at Streets of Sydney

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    Irlan Joney is a Brazilian musician who born in Aracaju in 1983. Joney started playing guitar when he was 12 years old

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  • Liniker e os Caramelows: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Oct. 29, 2018 | Felix Contreras -- Watching this performance is to witness a spell being cast, note-by-note. Liniker e os Caramelows (Liniker and the Caramelows) are from Brazil but steeped in the tradition of soul from here in the U.S. They started their turn behind the desk with the ballad Calmô, a testament to the power of slow songs dripping with soulful emotion. It was a bold statement of just who they are as a band and what they stand for.

    You have to go back to the co-mingling of jazz and Brazilian music in the late 1950s to appreciate the affinity our two countries have had for each other musically. Lead vocalist Liniker Barros has obviously done her share of listening to soul singers and she effortlessly slides from lower registers to an emotional falsetto, though the Tiny Desk space did restrict the kind of vigorous floor show of dancing and moving from all the band members that I've seen at the bigger live performances they've done.

    Liniker and the band shook things up to high-gear, Brazilian funk on the second part of Tua, complete with a mid-song, church-revival breakdown, featuring tenor sax. Remonta displayed the band's flexibility as they moved from ballad to a reggae bridge, eventually exploding into a majestic African-based Candomblé rhythmic finish.

    This performance catches Liniker e os Caramelows as they spiral upwards toward wider acclaim and recognition. Seeing them this close helps to understand just how they cast their musical magic on their audiences.

    Set List
    Calmô
    Tua
    Remonta

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    Producers: Felix Contreras, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, CJ Riculan; Editor: Kaylee Domzalski; Production Assistant: Mary Mathis; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR

  • Sounds of Samba: Musical Essence of Brazil

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    Documentary about Samba Society's performance at the World Festival of Sacred Music, Los Angeles, 2011, with Moacyr Luz and special guests.

  • 1. Brazilian Music - Acoustic

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  • The Brazilian band Cabruera jamming!

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    Cabruera jamming at Cortijos Rey Fini , Spain

  • Bossa Nova Brazilian Music

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    Bossa Nova Brazilian Music Bossa nova is a genre of Brazilian music, which developed and was popularized in the 1950s and '60s and is today one of the best-known Brazilian music genres abroad. The phrase bossa nova means literally new trend (Portuguese pronunciation. A lyrical fusion of samba and jazz, bossa nova acquired a large following in the 1960s, initially among young musicians and college students.
    In Brazil, the word bossa is old-fashioned slang for something that is done with particular charm, natural flair or innate ability. As early as 1932, Noel Rosa used the word in a samba:

    O samba, a prontidão e outras bossas são nossas coisas, são coisas nossas. (The samba, the readiness and other bossas are our things, are things from us.)

    The exact origin of the term bossa nova still remains uncertain. Within the artistic beach culture of the late 1950s in Rio de Janeiro, the term bossa was used to refer to any new trend or fashionable wave. In his book Bossa Nova, Brazilian author Ruy Castro asserts that bossa was already in use in the 1950s by musicians as a word to characterize someone's knack for playing or singing idiosyncratically.[3] Castro claims that the term bossa nova might have first been used in public for a concert given in 1958 by the Grupo Universitário Hebraico do Brasil (University Hebrew Group of Brazil). This group consisted of Sylvinha Telles, Carlinhos Lyra, Nara Leão, Luizinho Eça, Roberto Menescal, et al. In 1959, Nara Leão also participated in more than one embryonic display of bossa nova. This included the 1st Festival de Samba Session, conducted by the PUC's (Pontifícia Universidade Católica) student union. This session was then chaired by Carlos Diegues, a law student that Leão ultimately married Instruments Classical guitar Bossa nova is most commonly performed on the nylon-string classical guitar, played with the fingers rather than with a pick. Its purest form could be considered unaccompanied guitar with vocals, as created, pioneered, and exemplified by João Gilberto. Even in larger, jazz-like arrangements for groups, there is almost always a guitar that plays the underlying rhythm. Gilberto basically took one of the several rhythmic layers from a samba ensemble, specifically the tamborim, and applied it to the picking hand. According to Brazilian musician Paulo Bitencourt, João Gilberto, known for his eccentricity and obsessed by the idea of finding a new way of playing the guitar, often locked himself in the bathroom, where he played one and the same chord for many hours in a row. Drums & percussion
    As in samba, the surdo plays a sort of heartbeat rhythm on beat one, the and of beat two, beat three, and the and of beat four. The clave pattern sounds very similar to the two-three or three-two son clave of Cuban styles such as mambo but is dissimilar in that the two side of the clave is pushed by an eighth note. Also important in the percussion section for bossa nova are the pandeiro—played on beats two and four—and the cabasa, which plays a steady eighth-note or sixteenth-note pattern. Certain other instrumentations and vocals are also part of the structure of bossa nova Bossa nova and samba Bossa nova has at its core a rhythm based on samba. Samba combines the rhythmic patterns and feel originating in former African slave communities. Samba's emphasis on the second beat carries through to bossa nova (to the degree that it is often notated in 2/4 time). However, unlike samba, bossa nova doesn't have dance steps to accompany it.[6] When played on the guitar, in a simple one-bar pattern, the thumb plays the bass notes on 1 and 2, while the fingers pluck the chords in unison on the two eighth notes of beat one, followed by the second sixteenth note of beat two. Two-measure patterns usually contain a syncopation into the second measure. Overall, the rhythm has a swaying feel rather than the swinging feel of jazz. As bossa nova composer Carlos Lyra describes it in his song Influência do Jazz, the samba rhythm moves side to side while jazz moves front to back. Bossa nova was also influenced by the blues, but because the most famous bossa novas lack the 12-bar structure characteristic of classic blues, as well as the statement, repetition and rhyming resolution of lyrics typical of the genre, bossa nova's affinity with the blues often passes unnoticed. Vocals Aside from the guitar style, João Gilberto's other innovation was the projection of the singing voice. Prior to bossa nova, Brazilian singers employed brassy, almost operatic styles. Now, the characteristic nasal vocal production of bossa nova is a peculiar trait of the caboclo folk tradition of north-eastern Brazil. Themes and lyrics The lyrical themes found in bossa nova include women, love, longing, homesickness, nature, and the best of youth. There are two thematic types of bossa nova:

  • The Brazilian Guitar

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    On this varied and atmospheric album, accomplished guitarist Flávio Apro selects pieces from nine different composers, all representative of the evolution of classical Brazilian guitar music over the course of the late-19th and 20th centuries. What connects many of these luminaries is their ability to bring European dance forms into their musical world and then to mould them into something different by injecting elements of Brazilian musical tradition. Particularly striking examples of this are João Pernambuco, whose Sons de Carrilhões incorporates elements of European polka, yet embellished with rhythmic and harmonic repetitions that conjure up numerous surprises for the listener; and Egberto Gismonti, whose work fuses traditional Brazilian genres with elements of jazz, classical, world and contemporary music.

    Meanwhile, other composers from this collection push the envelope of guitar composition in different ways. Leo Brouwer’s challenging, four-part Sonata del Caminante travels through waves of landscape-evoking intensity, via extremes of tempo, dynamics and scope; while Rafael Altro’s Homenagem is a true test of the performer’s dexterity and skill.

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  • Tropicália

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    Os Mutantes - A Minha Menina
    Gal Costa - Tuareg 07:18
    Gilberto Gil & Os Mutantes - Domingo No Parque 10:44
    Caetano Veloso - Alfômega 14:28
    Gal Costa - Sebastiana 20:19
    Gilberto Gil - Procissao 23:01
    Caetano Veloso - Irene 25:56
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    Os Mutantes - Ando Meio Desligado 36:04
    Caetano Veloso - Tropicalia 39:10
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  • Queen - We Will Rock You

    2:31

    The Works Tour of 1984/1985 was one of Queen's biggest and most successful. The show was ever more elaborate, featuring slick new costumes and a brand new state-of-the-art lighting rig, and making for an exciting spectacle on the grandest scale. Never was this more apparent than at the 1985 Rock in Rio festival in Brazil. Queen performed over two nights in front of a vast crowd estimated to be in excess of 250,000 people each night.

    I Want To Break Free, It's A Hard Life, Hammer To Fall, Is This The World We Created, Tear It Up are all part of the new set, as is Radio Ga Ga with its amazing synchronised hand-clapping audience sequence during the choruses. This is Queen live during their penultimate tour; the Rock in Rio festival in Brazil, January 1985.

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  • Ibrahim Ferrer - Buena Vista Social Club Presents: Ibrahim Ferrer

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    Ibrahim Ferrer's solo debut, produced in Havana by Ry Cooder, features an extraordinary stylistic range of music, from nostalgic 1950's big band, to stunning ballads, to the rich, country-style son that made the first Buena Vista Social Club album a hit around the world, and won a new audience for traditional Cuban music.

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  • A Change Is Gonna Come | Playing For Change Band | Live in Brazil

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    We are proud to share with all of you this special performance of the PFC Band Live in Curitiba, Brazil. This one night of music created our first PFC music school in Brazil that will give the gift of music education for generations. As Grandpa Elliott and Clarence Bekker sing, It's been a long time coming but I know a change is gonna come... Enjoy the music and share this positive energy with everyone you meet!

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  • Honky Tonk Women | Playing For Change Band live in Salvador, Brazil

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    We invite you to enjoy this live performance of the PFC Band performing the Rolling Stones' hit song Honky Tonk Women during their recent show in Salvador, Brazil. Put on your dancing shoes and join Mermans, Grandpa, Titi and the rest of the band for this soul filled, bluesy rendition.


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  • Solo Guitar Vocals 1

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    Diego Avendaño Pereira solo guitar vocals song list selection. Bossa Nova & Brazilian Music.

  • Brazilian Telecaster

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    Brazilian Telecaster (a Baião) | Josh Turner Guitar
    The song is Luiz Bonfá's Pernambuco

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    From Luiz Bonfá's superb Live in Rio 1959 album. I do not have tabs. Recorded live on the grounds of Eton College in Windsor, England. Guitar is DI, see details below.

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  • Flight To Ecstacy-Vernon Neilly Live In Brazil DVD

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    This is was shot during a live concert in Brazil at the famous EM&T Theater. This peformance is taken from Vernon Neilly's Live In Brazil DVD

  • Radio Days - Best Of The Big Bands

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    Radio Days - Big Bands Play Best Of Golden Songs From the Days of the Radio

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    00:00 - Tommy Dorsey - Perfidia
    01:58 - Frank Trumbauer - Taboo
    04:31 - Charlie Barnet - Between 18th and 19th On Chesnut Street
    07:25 - Charlie Barnet - Scotch and Soda
    10:08 - Gene Krupa - Drum Boogie
    13:16 - Glenn Miller - American Patrol
    16:33 - Cab Calloway - The Scat Song
    19:16 - Duke Ellington - Sepia Panorama
    22:37 - Harry James - Here Comes the Night
    25:22 - Woody Herman - Four Brothers
    28:38 - Count Basie - Every Tub
    32:07 - Stan Kenton - Tampico
    34:48 - Benny Goodman - Stompin' At The Savoy
    37:58 - Earl Hines - Copenhagen
    40:27 - Bob Crosby - Woman On My Weary Mind
    43:41 - Artie Shaw - Temptation
    46:39 - Count Basie - Chicago
    48:44 - Gene Krupa - It's Up To You
    51:21 - Duke Ellington - Perdido
    53:44 - Lionel Hampton - Willow Weep for Me
    58:47 - Glenn Miller - Anvil Chorus
    01:03:41 - Louis Armstrong - Tiger Rag
    01:06:59 - Benny Goodman - Avalon
    01:13:11 - Bix Beiderbecke - Royal Garden Blues
    01:16:16 - Willie Lewis and Entertainers - Sing Sing Sing
    01:18:55 - Glenn Miller - Solo Hop
    01:21:43 - Jimmie Lunceford - Stomp It Off
    01:24:59 - Fletcher Henderson - Down South Camp Meeting
    01:27:59 - Chick Webb - Liza
    01:30:45 - Artie Shaw - The Grabtown Grapple
    01:33:39 - Benny Carter - Swinging At Maida Vale
    01:36:22 - The Boswell Sisters - Charlie Two Step
    01:38:46 - Duke Ellington - Echoes of the Jungle
    01:42:12 - Benny Goodman - Dinah
    01:44:43 - Paul Whiteman - So the Blue Birds and the Black Birds Got Together
    01:47:51 - Stuff Smith - You'se A Viper
    01:50:59 - Sydney Bechet - Polka Dot Rag
    01:53:49 - Dinah Washington - The Man I Love
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    01:59:20 - Jimmie Lunceford - Minnie the Moocher Is Dead
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  • Luísa Maita ~ Lero-Lero

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    Album: Lero-Lero
    Released: July 27, 2010

    “Lero-Lero” is a slang term that translates as an informal, aimless conversation. A deconstructed samba about two friends from a ghetto on the outskirts of São Paulo who have each other’s backs whenever trouble arises.

    Maita was born in São Paulo, Brazil on April 27, 1982, into a musical family. Her father, Amado Maita, was a composer and musician and her mother, Myriam Taubkin, is a music producer.

    The samba was very present in Luisa's early days because of the experiences with her father in Bexiga, a working-class neighborhood in São Paulo famous for its culture, food and music, and where Vai-Vai, São Paulo's most traditional samba school, is based.

    Maita started singing her father's compositions and also classic sambas and bossa nova. Her professional career began at the age of seven, singing in jingles.

    Her main influences come from the personality and energy of western black music, notably the samba. The dance, the instruments, the melodies, the drumming, the body language in samba is a huge influence to Luisa's music, as is pop music from Michael Jackson, Prince and Stevie Wonder. Maita also has a passion for bossa nova, that has a certain silence that I love, sensuality and a certain expression of peace that I find quite clear in my music too.

    In 1999, Maita founded her first band, called Urbanda (the group recorded an album in 2003), started to sing with Daniel Taubkin and also as a backing-vocalist for Jair Rodrigues. After that, Maita collaborated with artists from her generation such as Max de Castro, Mariana Aydar, Ricardo Teté and Danilo Moraes and Ricardo Herz.

    In 2006 the Brazilian singer Virgínia Rosa recorded two songs by Luisa on her album Samba a Dois. The songs stand out in the CD and encouraged Maita to compose more.[citation needed] In 2009, Mariana Aydar released her second album with a composition by Maita and Rodrigo Campos, Beleza, one of the best songs of the year according to Rolling Stone Brazil magazine. Maita also appears in four songs on Rodrigo Campos' debut album São Materus Não É Um Lugar Assim Tão Longe and as the singer of the promotional videos for the Rio 2016 Olympic games directed by Fernando Meirelles.[6] Because of these works, Maita had very positive coverage in the Brazilian press without having yet released a solo album.

    After the release of Lero-Lero in the US, NPR's All Things Considered said that Maita is The New Voice of Brazil and if Maita keeps making records this good, she could well be on her way to international stardom.

    In November 2010, Maita made her first North America tour, receiving positive reviews from The New York Times, The Washington Post and Boston Globe. During the tour, she also appeared on NPR's Tiny Desk Concert and KCWR's Morning Becomes Eclectic show.

    In Brazil, the album figured in the list of best albums of 2010 – including the magazines Veja and Rolling Stone Brasil.

    In July 2011, Maita received the award for Best New Artist in the twenty-second edition of the renowned Brazilian Music Award and went to her first European tour playing in important festivals like Nuits du Sud in France and Musicas do Mundo in Portugal.

    In August 2011, the singer returned to North America, performing 30 shows in 26 cities over 45 days and, once again, sold out festivals and concert halls and received an enthusiastic review from the LA Times.

    Lero-Lero (Hey, What’s Up)

    Look who’s coming now:
    Just, Hey, What’s up? and a glance eye to eye

    He’s on our side
    No hurry, no delay
    Everything’s all right

    He’s of the same blood
    Our flow is telepathic
    Beyond words

    And when life gets tough
    It’s just, Hey, What’s up? And a glance eye to eye
    And I’m back to all right

    This is for you, my brother
    This is for you, my brother
    Everything’s all right

  • Fun Time Big Band-Tokyo-Brazil-#2

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  • NEW MELODIC HARD ROCK BAND FROM BRAZIL = N.O.W.

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    Rehearsals and sessions of new MELODIC HARD ROCK BAND from Brazil. Alec Mendonça gathered the best Brazilian musicians and put his dream onto ''wax''. Philip Bardowell (ex-Ace Frehley, Peter Criss, Unruly Child) liked the material so mch he decided to sing the songs along with Alec. The N.O.W. FORCE OF NATURE album is out N.O.W. and available in Europe, Japan & U.S.A.. It's getting raving reviews all over, don't you miss it!

  • Mariah Carey Always Be My Baby - Alison Brazil Acoustic Cover

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    Mariah Carey's 90's classic, Always Be My Baby, covered by Alison Brazil

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  • Act No: 243 - Brazilian Band

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    7 to 9 piece Band playing all your favourite music from Salvador, including cover music from Filhos de Jorge, Olodum , Timbalada , Parangole , Ed City , Harmonia, other famous songs of popular Brazilian music along with an extensive repertoire of your favourite English covers in the style of Bossa Nova, with a whole heap of other fresh and exciting beats to keep you dancing.

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  • The Velaires - Brazil

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    From '' Roll Over Beethoven / Brazil ''
    Label: Jamie -- 1198
    Format: Vinyl, 7''
    Released: Jun 1961
    Country: US

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    A Roll Over Beethoven
    B Brazil

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    Aquarela do Brasil (English: Watercolor of Brazil), known in the English-speaking world simply as Brazil, is one of the most famous Brazilian songs of all time, written by Ary Barroso in 1939.

    Aquarela do Brasil was first performed by Aracy Cortes on June 10, 1939, at the premiere of the musical play Entra na Faixa, by Barroso and Luis Iglesias. Despite Cortes' huge popularity at the time, the song flopped, perhaps for not adjusting well to her voice. A month later, it was performed by the baritone Candido Botelho on Joujoux e Balangandans, a benefit concert sponsored by Darcy Vargas, then First Lady of Brazil. It was then recorded by Francisco Alves, arranged by Radames Gnattali and his orchestra, and released by Odeon Records on August 1939.
    Aquarela do Brasil took a while to succeed. In 1940, it was not among the top three songs of that year's Carnival in Rio. The president of the jury was Heitor Villa-Lobos, and Barroso, offended that his masterpiece was not on the list, ended his relationship with him. The two men would only speak to each other again fifteen years later, when both received the National Order of Merit.
    The song only became famous after it was included on the 1942 Walt Disney animated film Saludos Amigos. After that, the song became known not only in Brazil, but worldwide, becoming the first Brazilian song to be played over a million times on American radio. Due to the huge popularity achieved in the United States, it received an English version by songwriter Bob Russe

    The song has received many successful recordings through the years, being played in many different genres, ranging from its original samba genre to disco.

    In 1943, Spanish-born bandleader Xavier Cugat reached number two on the Best Sellers List and number nine on the Harlem Hit Parade with his version of Brazil. In 1957, Frank Sinatra recorded the song in Come Fly With Me. He was followed by other successful artists of the time such as Bing Crosby, Ray Conniff, and Paul Anka.

    During the Brazilian military dictatorship, MPB singer Elis Regina performed what is perhaps the darkest version ever of Aquarela do Brasil, accompanied by a choral of men reproducing chants of the Native-Brazilians. Meanwhile, American band The Ritchie Family reached number-one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for seven weeks with their disco version of the song. Other successful Brazilian singers such as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Erasmo Carlos, Joao Gilberto, Gal Costa, and Simone also recorded versions of the song at the same period.

    The song was featured prominently in the 1985 Terry Gilliam film Brazil, which was named after it. It was recorded by Geoff Muldaur in the soundtrack. Afterwards, in the 1990s, it was recorded by both Harry Belafonte and Dionne Warwick.

    In 2007, singer-songwriter Daniela Mercury, which recorded the most recent cover of the song by a Brazilian artist, was invited to perform the song at the end of the opening ceremony of the XV Pan American Games, held in Rio de Janeiro.

    In 2009, the Recording Academy added the 1942 recording of Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil) by Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra on the Grammy Hall of Fame.

    1947 Django Reinhardt
    1957 Frank Sinatra
    1958 Bing Crosby
    1960 Ray Conniff
    1963 Paul Anka
    1965 The Shadows
    1970 Antonio Carlos Jobim
    1970 Erasmo Carlos
    1975 Elis Regina
    1973 Banda Eletrica
    1975 The Ritchie Family
    1976 Chet Atkins
    1976 Joao Gilberto
    1980 Gal Costa
    1980 Simone
    1981 Tav Falco's Panther Burns
    1985 Geoff Muldaur
    1985 Kate Bush and Michael Kamen
    1987 Ney Matogrosso
    1990 Harry Belafonte
    1997 Pink Martini
    1998 Vengaboys
    1995 Dionne Warwick
    2000 Rosemary Clooney
    2002 Cornelius
    2004 Martinho da Vila
    2005 Arcade Fire
    Rebellion (Lies) (B-side)
    2005 Daniela Mercury
    Bale Mulato
    2005 Placido Domingo
    Lo Essencial de
    2007 Chick Corea & Bela Fleck
    The Enchantment

  • SAMBADOBOM - Brazilian Music in Israel

    4:23

    More info:

    contact@sambadobom.com

    Authentic Brazilian Music in Israel

    André Golovaty - Voice and Percussion
    Daniel Ring - Voice and Cavaquinho
    Oded Aloni - Percussion
    Gabriel Marques - 7 String Guitar

  • BRAZILIAN WAY PROJECT - GILBERTO PERELMAN CONCERT

    7:04

    Brazilian Way presents a group of outstanding musicians, led by Composer/Arranger Giba (Gilberto) Perelman

    The group performs original Brazilian tunes composed and arranged by Giba himself featuring a wide selection of musical styles, Afro-Brazilian rhythms and brilliant melodies

    The sizzling arrangements, carefully executed by the group with passion, joy and precision, earned this project with remarkable reviews among musicians and critics

    The full scale ensemble is in fact a melting pot of musicians from different backgrounds, each with an impressive solo carrier, gathered under Giba's guidance in making this epic super-group come to life

  • Leo Susi and Marco Bosco Brazilian Rhythm Possibilities

    8:49

    Leonardo Susi drummer percussionist living in Shanghai for 13 years and Marco Bosco percussionist now living in a countryside city of Torrinha/SP, after 28 years in Tokyo, both Brazilian musicians and members of the instrumental quartet Balaio, besides their own careers, Marco Bosco a 60 years old percussionist and producer with a professional career over 40 years, 14 solo albums and countless recording and live performances with Brazilians and International music names. Leonardo Susi a drummer and percussionist, very will known at the music scene, with works with domestically and international artists, they will be touring in China from September to October/2016 and will be available to give a master classes in 2 formats: master class only and master class and a Duo performances.

  • CRUZ - Brazilian Rock Band Interview in San Francisco by Webos TV

    7:19

    Born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil -- five friends have joined forces to form Cruz, a soulful rock band with a modern edge. Their first album was put together in a week at Daniel and Filipe's studio in Brazil. The band completed their initial recordings, packed their bags and traveled all the way to Los Angeles.
    Shortly after arriving, the members of Cruz impressed Jay Baumgardner with their talent, energy and sound. They were signed to his label and management company, Jolt Artists and have been recording their new album in the famed NRG Recording Studios in North Hollywood over the last year. Cruz is currently playing live at several venues around LA as they complete the album and are looking forward to traveling throughout the US for a 2012 summer/fall tour.

  • Little Brazil Trio - Reel

    3:28

    LITTLE BRAZIL was born with the idea of revisiting the defining moments of Brazilian music from a contemporary perspective.
    Samba, Choro, Baião and Bossa Nova are addressed in an acoustic set with vocal, nylon guitar, drums and percussion. The arrangements are well crafted and modern, all played by Brazilian musicians who live in Los Angeles, what makes the music stay true to its Brazilian identity.

    Some of the best Brazilian composers are in the trio's repertoire, including Tom Jobim, Dorival Caymmi, Ivan Lins and Gilberto Gil.

    Little Brazil Trio is formed by:
    Natália Spadini
    Bruno Justi
    Marcelo Bucater

  • ????Samba on Ice ⛸Original ????????Brazilian-Inspired Winter ❄️ Holiday ????tune by C. Kitchen

    3:22

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    Secular Winter Holiday ❄️ Samba inspired by Brazilian ???????? Samba. Portuguese version is in the works: Stay tuned.

    Follow me on Spotify
    ???? (web) or ????spotify:artist:1SeWoRvlG3WuZxNzXQuxLC (spotify app) I will be releasing a new version of this, as well as a number of original tunes and covers.

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    ????LYRICS????
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    I can't forget that magical night,
    We did the samba on ice skates ⛸
    out in the chill moonlight

    You and the stars, oh what a sight,
    leaping and kicking up diamonds,
    I never felt so right!

    Dawn came too soon for me
    You had to go.
    Leaving me cold an alone
    in puddles of melted snow. ❄️

    I looked everywhere
    but I looked in vain.
    Guess it was only a dream,
    'cuz I never saw you again.
    #️⃣#originalsamba #sambaenglish #originaldancetune
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  • BRAZILIAN JAZZ BAND - ENSAIO

    4:22

    Ensaio para a apresentação da classe de improvisação musical do pianista João Carlos Assis Brasil. Escola de Música Villa-Lobos. 01 de setembro de 2011.

    Pianist João Carlos Assis Brasil musical improvisation course show ( rehearsal ) - Villa -Lobos Music School - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil - September 1st, 2011.

  • Little Mix - Black Magic

    3:46

    Little Mix – Black Magic (Official Music Video)
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    Lyrics

    All the girls on the block knocking at my door!
    Wanna know what it is make the boys want more!

    Is your lover playing on your side?
    Said he loves you,
    But he ain't got time.
    Here's the answer.
    Come and get it
    At a knocked down price.

    Hey!

    Full of honey,
    Just to make him sweet.
    Crystal balling,
    Just to help him see
    What he's been missing.
    So come and get it,
    While you've still got time.

    Hey!

    Get your boy on his knees
    And repeat after me, say

    Take a sip of my secret potion,
    I'll make you fall in love.
    For a spell that can't be broken,
    One drop should be enough.
    Boy, you belong to me,
    I got the recipe
    And it's called black magic
    (and it's called black magic)

    Take a sip of my secret potion,
    One taste and you'll be mine.
    It's a spell that can't be broken
    It'll keep you up all night
    Boy, you belong to me,
    I got the recipe
    And it's called black magic
    (and it's called black magic)

    If you're lookin' for Mr. Right,
    Need that magic
    To change him over night.
    Here's the answer.
    Come and get it,
    While you've still got time.

    Hey!

    Get your boy on his knees
    And repeat after me, say

    Take a sip of my secret potion,
    I'll make you fall in love.
    For a spell that can't be broken,
    One drop should be enough.
    Boy, you belong to me,
    I got the recipe
    And it's called black magic
    (and it's called black magic)

    Take a sip of my secret potion,
    One taste and you'll be mine.
    It's a spell that can't be broken
    It'll keep you up all night
    Boy, you belong to me,
    I got the recipe
    And it's called black magic
    (and it's called black magic)

    All the girls on the block knockin' at my door!
    (I got the recipe)
    Wanna know what it is make the boys want more!
    (now you belong to me)
    (now you belong to me)

    Take a sip from my secret potion,
    I'll make you fall in love.
    For a spell that can't be broken,
    One drop should be enough.
    Boy, you belong to me (hey!)
    I got the recipe.
    And it's called (black magic), and it's called, and it's called black magic!

    Take a sip of my secret potion,
    One taste and you'll be mine.
    It's a spell that can't be broken
    It'll keep you up all night
    Boy, you belong to me (belong to me)
    I got the recipe
    And it's called black magic
    (and it's called black magic)

    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)
    Falling in love (hey!)

    Magic!

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