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Eu e a Música Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 16, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Cid Ent. Brasil
  • ASIN: B00000G9J7
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #657,847 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Roberto Menescal, a pioneer composer and performer of Bossa Nova, and his long-time partner Wanda Sa, offer a delightful selection of classic Brazilian jazz selections including some of Menescal's well-known compositions and those of the "grand master", Antonio Carlos "Tom" Jobim. Their guitars and voices blend wonderfully and create the light, breezy familiar style that has become their trademark. I have had the privlege of seeing and hearing them live and meeting them personally and I have found that the genuine warmth, Brazilian passion and friendliness they showed to me is conveyed effectively through their music. Though well-known in Brazil, many international audiences, especially in the U.S., Europe and Asia are only now discovering one of Brazil's greatest musical national treasures. Listen once, and you too will know that you have found something very special.
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By A Customer on July 17, 2000
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Wanda is one of the better singers of Bossa Nova and on this CD she is obviously having a lot of fun. Here you will not find the American imitations. Here you will find the light yet complex sound of Brazil
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By A Customer on May 9, 2001
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This is great Bossa Nova. The guitar and vocal work of Menescal are a delight. Wanda Sa's phrasing and vocal quality are impeccable...and gorgeous.
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STUNNING! They put the Nova in "Bossa Nova!" Because each track is actually of a medley of Bossa classics, the track listing above does not do this CD justice. Not to be missed: a brilliant rendition of "O Pato," at the end of the "So Danco Samba" track, complete with the Brazillian Portuguese version of quacking. (It sounds something like "quay, quay!")
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Acoustic guitar and soprano duos in Brazilian music are a winning combination. After listing to Luciana Souza singing respectively with guitarists, Romero Lubambo, Marco Pereira, and Walter Santos (her father), I felt there was too much guitar bravado and did not groove on her stylized jazz voice. Something was missing. I needed to hear this earlier album of Wanda Sá and Roberto Menescal. Sá desired simplicity and informality in this recording and the result is splendid. There is joy and happiness in her voice. Menescal's occasional singing applies harmonic accentuation and mellowness. It is as if listening to a jam in a corner of some studio, the artists entertaining themselves with great bossa nova tunes. The supporting percussion is unobtrusive. If you like your bossa nova relaxed and pure, this album will delight you.
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