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Playlist of Luiz Bonfá

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  • LUIZ BONFA

    8:54

    Luiz Bonfa (guitar)

  • Perdido de Amor Lost in Love

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Perdido de Amor [Lost in Love] · Luiz Bonfa

    Solo in Rio 1959

    ℗ 2005 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

    Released on: 2005-02-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Brazilian Guitarist Luiz Bonfá With Perry Como

    8:47

    An excerpt from the January 2, 1963 Perry Como Show. Portions of this video have already appeared at least four times on YouTube. All of the available copies of this show are rooted to a source video of below par quality. I recently tried cleaning up such a source video in order to burn it to a DVD. The end result -- while still a long way from ideal -- was enough of an improvement to warrant posting it as a viewing option for those who've either never seen it or enjoyed it in the past. Incidentally, this program was originally broadcast in color, but unfortunately no color versions are known to still exist.

    So as not to make this an exact reproduction content-wise of other versions on YouTube I've tagged on a second brief performance from the same show. This second performance, of Bonfá and a saxophonist playing the tune Desafinado in the relative style of Charlie Byrd and Stan Getz, has appeared elsewhere on YouTube and caused a bit of confusion. Some have wondered why the clip begins with a close-up shot of Getz and Byrd's Jazz Samba album and then pans up to show two musicians performing who are neither Getz nor Byrd. The reason for this can only be understood by watching the entire segment from which the clip was excerpted. It was part of a salute to the best selling record albums of 1962. They would show, for instance, the cover of the album Judy at Carnegie Hall and then have a singer -- in this case Sandy Stewart -- singing one of the songs Judy Garland sang on the album. Or show the cover of the Elvis Presley album Blue Hawaii followed by Perry Como singing the album's title cut. So it should come as no surprise that after showing the Getz/Byrd Jazz Samba LP cover the musicians shown performing a song from it would be neither Getz nor Byrd, both of whom had appeared on the Como show two-and-a-half months earlier, which I've also posted here.

    And what about the mystery sax player who accompanied Bonfá in the brief Desafinado performance at 7:34? The other version of this clip on YouTube includes plenty of viewer comments speculating about the sax man's identity. Paul Gonsalves, Bud Shank and Quindio Teixeira have all been mentioned. Some insist it's actually Stan Getz. One even suggests, perhaps with tongue-in-cheek, it's Perry Como. I thought it looked like Boomie Richman, so I wrote to Boomie's son Barry to find out. He confirmed the sax man was indeed his father, which is now mentioned in the comments at the other video. Barry, an accomplished musician in his own right, has included a photo of his father with Perry Como on his website at Given Boomie's lengthy career performing with some of the greats in several genres of music which included plenty of TV work, one would expect there to be numerous videos floating around on YouTube which feature him. But so far, aside from the Como spot, I'm only aware of two other videos. One is a 1947 Dorsey appearance at -- or you can go directly to Boomie's solo at

    The other is a 1955 performance showing him playing tenor sax with a jazz band led by Leonard Bernstein at The first good view of Boomie can be seen near the end -- you can go directly to it at

    If anyone knows of any other YouTube videos featuring Boomie Richman please mention it in the comments.

    Enjoy the music!

  • Luiz Bonfá - Introspection full album

    27:27

    00:00 Enchanted Mirror
    04:00 Summertime Love
    07:00 Reflections
    09:43 Concerto for Guitar
    12:59 Rain
    15:39 Leque
    17:29 Missal (Estudo)
    21:17 Adventure in Space

    Recorded in 1972 in New York, when Luiz Bonfá (1922-2001) was part of north american RCA, Introspection is one of the masterpieces in the wide discography of the brazilian guitarist and composer, a genius that anticipated the bossa nova genre and later transcended it.

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  • Luiz Bonfá - O Violão e o Samba

    28:12

    Luiz Bonfá - O Violão e o Samba (Remastered) (Full Album)
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    Tip: click on the time and listen your favorite song
    Track list:
    1 | 00:00 | Luiz Bonfá - Inquietação (Ary Barroso)
    2 | 02:28 | Luiz Bonfá - Nossos Momentos (Haroldo Barbosa, Luiz Carlos T. Reis)
    3 | 05:03 | Luiz Bonfá - Meu Nome É Ninguém (Haroldo Barbosa, Luiz Carlos T. Reis)
    4 | 06:48 | Luiz Bonfá - Lamento No Morro (Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes)
    5 | 08:58 | Luiz Bonfá - Pastorinhas (Noel Rosa, João de Barro)
    6 | 11:39 | Luiz Bonfá - Você Chegou Sorrindo (Luiz Bonfá)
    7 | 14:05 | Luiz Bonfá - Murmúrio (Luiz Antonio, Djalma Ferreira)
    8 | 16:37 | Luiz Bonfá - Liberdale Demais (Helio Nascimento, Mariano Filho)
    9 | 18:33 | Luiz Bonfá - Amor Em Brasilia (Luiz Bonfá)
    10 | 20:53 | Luiz Bonfá - Saudade Da Bahia (Dorival Caymmi)
    11 | 23:23 | Luiz Bonfá - Copacabana (Alberto Ribeiro, João de Barro)
    12 | 25:27 | Luiz Bonfá - Amor de Solidão (Luiz Bonfá, Maria Helena Toledo)

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  • Luiz Bonfa(ルイス・ボンファ)

    7:13

    Luiz Bonfa(ルイス・ボンファ)

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  • Sambolero - Luiz Bonfá

    2:53

    [Solo in Rio 1959]

  • Luiz Bonfá - Seville

    2:14

    Luiz Bonfá - Seville

  • LUIZ BONFÁ - Domingo a Noite Sunday Night

    2:04

    Música de Luiz Bonfa e Maria Helena Toledo, álbum Luiz Bonfa Plays and Sings Bossa Nova (1963), sêlo Verve

    Músicos:

    Luiz Bonfá: voz e violão
    Iko Castro-Neves: baixo
    Roberto Pontes Dias: percussão e bateria
    Maria Helena Toledo: vocais

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  • Luiz Bonfá - Bonfá Nova

    2:11

  • LUIZ BONFÁ: «Sambolero. Guitarra do Brasil» – Full Album

    40:03

    LUIZ BONFÁ: «Sambolero. Guitarra do Brasil»

    01. Pernambuco (L. Bonfá)
    02. Perdido de amor (L. Bonfá)*
    03. Night and Day (Cole Porter)
    04. Sambolero (L. Bonfá)*
    05. Uma prece (L. Bonfá)
    06. Bonfabuloso (L. Bonfá)
    07. Luzes do Rio (L. Bonfá)
    08. Amor sem adeus (L. Bonfá)*
    09. Bonfá’s Song (L. Bonfá)
    10. Canção do Orpheo (Manhã de Carnaval) (L. Bonfá)
    11. Variações em violão (L. Bonfá)
    12. Calypso Minor (L. Bonfá)
    13. Shearing (L. Bonfá)
    14. Seringueiro (L. Bonfá)*
    15. Chopin (L. Bonfá)
    16. Bahía (A. Barroso)
    17. Murder (L. Bonfá)
    18. Manhã de Carnaval (L. Bonfá)

    LUIZ BONFÁ: guitar and voice* (#2, #4, #8, #14)

    Recorded in Rio de Janeiro, 1957


    *The music content of this video is owned by its rightful and lawful owner/owners. This video is posted for the sole purpose of entertainment and no copyright infringement is intended.

    **I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for entertainment purposes only.

  • Cançao do mar. Luiz Bonfá, João Gilberto y Tom Jobim 1962

    3:19

    Luiz Bonfà (1922-2001), Antônio Carlos Jobim (1927-1994) y João Gilberto (1931) son tres figuras indiscutibles de la música brasileña, que ya han aparecido más de una vez en este cancionero. Verlos a los tres reunidos el año 1962, cantando un tema del primero de ellos es toda una gran oportunidad, para el buen amante de la música popular.

    El trío de genios protagonizó una secuencia de la película italiana COPACABANA PALACE, rodada en el- un tiempo muy famoso- hotel de Río de Janeiro y con un reparto internacional que incluía a figuras tan conocidas como Sylva Koscina, Mylène Demongeot, Walter Chiari o Claude Rich. Los músicos se interpretaban a sí mismos y junto a ellos, aparecían algunos de sus familiares.

    En esos años Bonfà y Jobim eran ya famosos por sus aportes a la banda sonora de otra película ORFEU NEGRO y Jobim como autor de la música y Gilberto como solista habían difundido la que se considera primera canción de Bossa nova, CHEGA DE SAUDADE. Y pocos meses después del rodaje de esta película el tema que está considerado como el más famoso de la música latinoamericana, GAROTA DE IPANEMA. Este tema, mucho menos ambicioso, nos permite adivinar el ambiente en el que se movían estos grandes músicos, en esos años del nacimiento de ese fenómeno que se llamó bossa nova.

    CANÇAO DO MAR.
    Música: Luiz Bonfá
    Letra Maria Helena de Toledo

    Lá, onde a areia começa
    Os teus olhos promessa
    Dizem coisas de amor

    O mar
    Em silêncio adormece
    E da areia se esquece

    Deixando as gaivotas
    Cantar a canção
    Desse amor de nós dois

    E quando o sol despertar
    Ele vai encontrar
    Sobre areia a cançao
    Que saúda feliz
    esse amor de nós dois.

  • Luiz Bonfá - Adeus

    3:26

    Plays and Sings Bossa Nova (1963, Verve)

  • Luiz Bonfá & Perry Como - Manhã de Carnaval

    3:12

    I'll sing to the sun in the sky,
    I'll sing 'till the sun rises high,
    Carnival time is here,
    Magical time of year,
    And as the time draws near,
    Dreams lift my heart!

    I'll sing as I play my guitar,
    I'll cling to a dream from afar,
    Will love come my way,

    This Carnival day,
    And stay here in my heart?

    Will true love come my way,
    On this Carnival day,
    Or will I be alone with my dream?

  • Luiz Bonfa with Caterina Valente

    3:23

    Holliwood Palace

  • Bonfá - Jacarandá - 1973

    47:44

    1 - Apache Talk - 00:00
    2 - Jacarandá - 05:33
    3 - Gentle Rain - 09:20
    4 - You or Not to Be - 14:34
    5 - Strange Message - 17:10
    6 - Don Quixote - 20:56
    7 - Song Thoughts - 24:31
    8 - Danse V - 28:00
    9 - Empty Room - 34:57
    10 - Sun Flower - 42:04


    Ficha técnica:

    Acoustic Guitar – Luiz Bonfá
    Arranged By, Conductor – Eumir Deodato
    Bass – Mark Drury
    Congas – Ray Barretto
    Drums – Idris Muhammad
    Electric Bass – Stanley Clarke
    Electric Guitar – John Tropea
    Electric Piano – John Wood
    Flute – Phil Bordner
    Liner Notes – John Wood
    Percussion – Airto Moreira

  • Luiz Bonfá - Melancolia

    2:26

    Faixa 12 - Festival da Bossa Nova - 1963

    Melancolia (Luiz Bonfá)

  • Luiz Bonfá - Amor Por Amor

    2:23

    Amor Por Amor by Luiz Bonfá from the album Strictly Bossa Nova
    Released 2017-10-27 on Not Now Music
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    Developed in Brazil in the 1950s and popularized in the 1960s, bossa nova is one of the best-known Brazilian music genres. A mix of sung samba and US West Coast jazz, the bossa nova is an understated easy-listening form of music. Some of the best-known musicians are featured here - João Gilberto, Sérgio Mendes, Luiz Bonfá... and this compilation presents a selection of some of the more timeless releases that surfaced at the time - Mas Que Nada, Garõta De Ipanema,Bolinha De Papel, among others. Enjoy!
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

  • Luiz Bonfá - Bonfá Nova

    2:08

    Bonfá Nova by Luiz Bonfá from the album Strictly Bossa Nova
    Released 2017-10-27 on Not Now Music
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    Developed in Brazil in the 1950s and popularized in the 1960s, bossa nova is one of the best-known Brazilian music genres. A mix of sung samba and US West Coast jazz, the bossa nova is an understated easy-listening form of music. Some of the best-known musicians are featured here - João Gilberto, Sérgio Mendes, Luiz Bonfá... and this compilation presents a selection of some of the more timeless releases that surfaced at the time - Mas Que Nada, Garõta De Ipanema,Bolinha De Papel, among others. Enjoy!
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

  • Luiz Bonfa - Melancolia

    2:19

    Brazil

    Luiz Bonfa Melancolia

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  • Luiz Bonfá : Manhã de Carnaval / Han Eun 한은

    3:59

    Title : Luiz Bonfá - Manhã de Carnaval (arr. Baden Powell)
    Player : Han Eun (한은)
    Guitar : Angel Benito Aguado 2018 'Partita Signatuer


    Email - info@partita.co.kr

  • Luiz Bonfá - Uma Prece - Guitar

    2:42

    Solo In Río (1959)
    Luiz Bonfá
    Uma Prece
    Performed by David Vieyra Gaeta
    México City (March 2018)
     
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  • Koen Claeys plays Passeio No Rio by Luiz Bonfá ‎on a 1936 Manuel de la Chica

    3:23

    Koen Claeys plays Passeio No Rio by Luiz Bonfá ‎on a 1936 Manuel de la Chica

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  • Xuefei Yang - Manhã de Carnaval by Luiz Bonfá

    3:56

    Manhã de Carnaval (Morning of the Carnival) by Luiz Bonfá - as featured on Xuefei's Colours of Brazil CD on Decca Classics. The piece combines arrangements by Baden Powell de Aquino and one closely following that of Brian Hodel.

  • Luiz Bonfa - Passeio no Río

    3:10

    Luiz Floriano Bonfá (1922 – 2001) was a Brazilian guitarist and composer. He was best known for the compositions he penned for the film Black Orpheus.

    Luiz Floriano Bonfá was born on October 17, 1922, in Rio de Janeiro. He studied in Rio with Uruguayan classical guitarist Isaías Sávio from the age of 11. These weekly lessons entailed a long, harsh commute by train (2 1/2 hours one way) and on foot from his family home in Santa Cruz, the western rural outskirts of Rio de Janeiro to the teacher's home in the hills of Santa Teresa. Given Bonfá's extraordinary dedication and talent for the guitar, Sávio excused the youngster's inability to pay for his lessons.

    As a composer and performer, Bonfá was at heart an exponent of the bold, lyrical, lushly orchestrated, and emotionally charged samba-canção style that predated the arrival of João Gilberto's more refined and subdued bossa nova style. Jobim, João Donato, Dorival Caymmi, and other contemporaries were also essentially samba-canção musicians until the sudden, massive popularity of the young Gilberto's unique style of guitar playing and expressively muted vocals transformed the music of the day into the music of the future. Camus' film and Gilberto's and Jobim's collaborations with American jazzmen such as Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd did much to bring Brazilian popular music to the attention of the world, and Bonfá became a highly visible ambassador of Brazilian music in the United States beginning with the famous November 1962 Bossa Nova concert at New York's Carnegie Hall.


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  • Luiz Bonfá - Jacarandá

    3:47

    From the 1973. album Jacarandá

  • Luiz Bonfá - Don Quixote

    3:30

    From Jacaranda :

    Sampled By Chinese Man - Ta bom

  • A Felicidade

    3:28

    ●アントニオ・カルロス・ジョビン作曲 『フェリシダーヂ』
    ●ルイス・ボンファ作曲 『オルフェのサンバ』
    ●演奏 千葉幸成(ちばこうせい)
    ●ギター Kiyohide Oku 2005年
    ●カメラ Panasonic DMC-TZ30
    ●収録 2013年5月12日

  • Luiz Bonfá - Silencio do amor

    2:11

    Um dos maiores músicos Brasileiros da Bossa Nova

  • Uma Prece - by Luiz Bonfa

    2:39

    Ben Schenstead performs Uma Prece (A Prayer) by Luiz Bonfa

  • Luiz Bonfá - Dor Que Faz Doer

    2:02

    Dor Que Faz Doer by Luiz Bonfá from the album Strictly Bossa Nova
    Released 2017-10-27 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
    Download on Google Play:

    Developed in Brazil in the 1950s and popularized in the 1960s, bossa nova is one of the best-known Brazilian music genres. A mix of sung samba and US West Coast jazz, the bossa nova is an understated easy-listening form of music. Some of the best-known musicians are featured here - João Gilberto, Sérgio Mendes, Luiz Bonfá... and this compilation presents a selection of some of the more timeless releases that surfaced at the time - Mas Que Nada, Garõta De Ipanema,Bolinha De Papel, among others. Enjoy!
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

  • Luiz Bonfá & Antonio Maria - Manhã de Carnaval - Euridice

    3:01

    Donate:

    Guitar – Luiz Bonfá, Vocal – Elizeth Cardoso

  • Caterina Valente & Luiz Bonfá, Manhã de Carnaval

    3:01

    Caterina Valente (1931), hostess of the 'Hollywood Palace Show', performs 'Manhã de Carnaval' ('Morning of Carnival'), written by the Brazilian composer, arranger, guitar player and singer Luiz Bonfá (1922-2001), with lyrics by the Brazilian poet, composer, chronicler, writer, lyricist and radio sports commentator Antônio Maria (1921-1964). From the opera 'Black Orpheus' (1959).

    Original lyrics in Brazilian Portuguese:

    Manhã, tão bonita manhã
    Na vida, uma nova canção
    Cantando só teus olhos
    Teu riso, tuas mãos
    Pois há de haver um dia
    Em que virás

    Das cordas do meu violão
    Que só teu amor procurou
    Vem uma voz
    Falar dos beijos perdidos
    Nos lábios teus

    Canta o meu coração
    Alegria voltou
    Tão feliz a manhã
    Deste amor...

  • Manhã de Carnaval | Rudy Djoe & Rio Moreno

    6:44

    Manhã de Carnaval (Morning of Carnival), is the title of the most popular song by Brazilian composer Luiz Bonfá and lyricist Antônio Maria.
    Manhã de Carnaval appeared as a principal theme in the 1959 Portuguese-language film Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus) by French director Marcel Camus, with a soundtrack that also included a number of memorable songs by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinícius de Moraes, as well as another composition by Bonfá (Samba de Orfeu). Manhã de Carnaval appears in multiple scenes in the film, including versions sung or hummed by both the principal characters (Orfeu and Euridice), as well as an instrumental version, so that the song has been described as the main musical theme of the film. In the portion of the film in which the song is sung by the character Orfeu, portrayed by Breno Mello, the song was dubbed by Agostinho dos Santos. The song was initially rejected for inclusion in the film by Camus, but Bonfá was able to convince the director that the music for Manhã de Carnaval was superior to the song Bonfá composed as a replacement. Orfeu Negro was an international success (nominated, for example, for an Academy Award in 1960), and brought the song to a large audience.
    Manhã de Carnaval became one of the first compositions identified with Bossa Nova to gain popularity outside Brazil. Particularly in the United States, the song is considered to be one of the most important Brazilian Jazz/Bossa songs that helped establish the Bossa Nova movement in the late 1950s. Manhã de Carnaval has become a jazz standard in the USA, while it is still performed regularly by a wide variety of musicians around the world in its vocalized version or just as an instrumental one. In the United States, the song is also known as A Day in the Life of a Fool, Carnival, Theme from Black Orpheus, or simply Black Orpheus. In France, the song is also known as La Chanson d'Orphée. The song is also known by the Spanish title Mañana de Carnaval. All versions of foreign texts were written by lyricists other than Antônio Maria, using Bonfá's original music.

  • PERDIDO DE AMOR - LUIZ BONFÁ

    3:27

    LUIZ BONFÁ
    LP SOLO IN RIO 1959
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    Voz e violão: Luiz Bonfá
    PERDIDO DE AMOR
    (Luiz Bonfá)

    Perdido de amor
    Perdido estou, por você
    Amar seu olhar
    Seus lábios beijar
    É viver
    À luz do luar
    Eu fico a cantar, por você
    Num verso que diz
    Serei tão feliz, com você
    Perdido de amor
    Perdido estou, por você
    Seu beijo sensual
    Carícia ideal
    Não posso esquecer
    Eu vivo a sonhar
    Seu nome a chamar
    Só penso em você
    Perdido de amor
    Perdido estou, por você

    Observação: LUIZ BONFÁ
    Luiz Floriano Bonfá (Rio de Janeiro, 17 de outubro de 1922 — Rio de Janeiro, 12 de janeiro de 2001) foi um cantor, violonista e compositor brasileiro, cujos maiores sucessos foram Manhã de Carnaval e Orfeu Negro ou Samba de Orfeu. Foi casado com a cantora Maria Helena Toledo, irmã de Rosana Toledo. No começo de carreira, as duas formavam a dupla Irmãs Toledo. A última esposa de Luiz Bonfá foi Ruth de Oliveira, com quem os outros herdeiros disputam judicialmente a curadoria da obra de Bonfá.

    Vídeo editado por Antônio Augusto dos Santos, antaugsan, Antônio Bocaiuva com músicas do disco acima citado e imagens e fotos colhidas na Internet, sem objetivo de lucro, mas meramente ilustrativo. Se alguém sentir violado em seus direitos autorais em relação à música, favor entrar em contato comigo pelo e-mail bocayuvamaster@gmail.com que retiro a música. Obrigado – 28/04/2017

  • Luciana Elizondo, Quito Gato: Manhã de Carnaval

    5:38

    Luciana Elizondo, canto y viola da gamba
    Quito Gato, guitarra

    Manhã de Carnaval (Luiz Bonfá, 1922-2001)

    arreglo / arrangement
    Quito Gato

    engineered & produced by Fabio Gionfrida
    copyright © 2014 co'l partire

  • Tyros 2 - Black Orpheus

    5:54

    The famous title song of the Brazilian movie Orfeu Negro (Black Orpheus) performed on Tyros 2.

  • Luiz Bonfá e Tom Jobim - Samba de Orfeu

    2:03

    1959

  • Stan Getz, Luiz Bonfá - Menina Flor

    6:12

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  • Luiz Bonfa - Manha De Carnaval

    3:01

    Manhã de Carnaval lyrics
    Luiz Bonfá

    Manhã, tão bonita manhã
    Na vida, uma nova canção
    Cantando só teus olhos
    Teu riso, tuas mãos
    Pois há de haver um dia
    Em que virás

    Das cordas do meu violão
    Que só teu amor procurou
    Vem uma voz
    Falar dos beijos perdidos
    Nos lábios teus

    Canta o meu coração
    Alegria voltou
    Tão feliz a manhã
    Deste amor

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  • Ilha de Coral - Luiz Bonfá

    1:40

    Violão Di Giorgio nº38 modelo clássico.

  • Manhã de Carnaval - Luiz Bonfá | Elias Coutinho

    4:28

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  • Luiz Bonfa - Gentle Rain

    2:12

  • Quebra-Mar/The Sea Wall - bossa nova por Fabiano Borges

    2:48

    Caros amigos,
    Gravei este vídeo para os amigos do canal com muito carinho.
    Bonfá foi um dos violonistas que me influenciaram, pois o samba e a bossa nova fizeram parte da minha formação musical. Deixo vocês hoje com uma bela peça para violão solo de Luiz Bonfá.
    Saudações musicais.
    Fabiano Borges.

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  • Luiz Bonfa - Menina Flor

    3:09

    Donate:

  • Stan Getz & Luiz Bonfá - Sambalero

    2:14

    Jazz Samba Encore! (1963)

  • Luiz Bonfá - LIBERDADE DEMAIS - Hélio Nascimento e Mariano Filho - gravação de 1962

    1:55

    Luiz Bonfá - LIBERDADE DEMAIS - Hélio Nascimento e Mariano Filho.
    Álbum: Luiz Bonfá - O Violão e o Samba.
    Ano de 1962.
    Coisas que o tempo levou.

  • The Gentle Rain Vocal, Piano, and Bass by Sangah Noona

    5:47

    A jazz standard the Gentle Rain by Luiz Bonfá arranged and performed by Sangah Noona on vocal, piano, and bass.


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  • Bonfá nova by Diego Avendaño Pereira

    1:51

    Bonfá nova (Luiz Bonfá) by Diego Avendaño Pereira. KREMONA RONDO R65CWC Guitar.

  • Luiz Bonfá - Manhã de Carnaval

    2:28

    Luiz Bonfá, Solo in Rio 1959 [LIVE], faixa #11 & faixa #25(reprise), áudio CD, Selo: Smithsonian Folkways, Feb 22, 2005. lançada originalmente como: O Violão de Luiz Bonfá, selo: Cook, (Brasil), 1959.

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