Vinícius De Moraes: все альбомы, включая Brasília - Sinfonia Da Alvorada, Bossa Nova History, Vol. 11 (Garota de Ipanema) 23 Success, 鵲橋·陳佳迎古典吉他獨奏 и другие. 2011 Classic Original Album - Remastered. Moça, Poeta e Violão. Vinícius De Moraes, Toquinho, Clara Nunes. Baden Powell, Vinícius De Moraes.
Vinicius De Moraes E Toquinho. Il Poeta E La Chitarra (Album). Toquinho E Vinicius De Moraes. A Tonga Da Mironga Do Kabuletê. Discos RGE, RGE. Brazil. Toquinho & Vinicius De Morales, Marilia Medalha. Toquinho & Vinicius De Morales, Marilia Medalha - A Tonga De Mironga Do Kabuletê (7").
Along with Vinicius de Moraes, ‘The Master,’ as Tom Jobim is sometimes nicknamed, is behind the lyrics and creation of the famous Garota de Ipanema (Girl of Ipanema). Considered one of the most important songwriters in Brazil from the 20th century, Jobim was one of the main influences behind the bossa nova movement and produced hits such as Corcovado and the lyrics for Chega de Saudade (No More Blues). A collaboration with Stan Getz, American jazz saxophonist, helped popularize bossa nova in the US.
Redirected from Vinícius de Moraes). Marcus Vinicius da Cruz e Mello Moraes (19 October 1913 – 9 July 1980), also known as Vinícius de Moraes (Portuguese pronunciation: ) and nicknamed O Poetinha ("The little poet"), was a Brazilian poet, lyricist, essayist, and playwright. He served as a diplomat, composed bossa nova music, and recorded several albums.
Brazil (Rosemary Clooney album). 2000 studio album by Rosemary Clooney. Brazil" (Ary Barroso, Bob Russell) – 6:52. The Boy from Ipanema" (de Moraes, Norman Gimbel, Jobim) – 4:04. Wave" (Jobim) – 3:36. Once I Loved" (de Moraes, Ray Gilbert, Jobim) – 3:56. Desafinado" (de Moraes, Jon Hendricks) – 4:36. I Concentrate on You" (Cole Porter) – 2:34. One Note Samba" (Jon Hendricks, Jobim, Newton Mendonça) – 3:05. How Insensitive" (de Moraes, Gimbel, Jobim) – 2:38
The blackest white man in Brazil. In the direct lineage of Xangô, Saravá! Blessing, senhora. Moraes collaborated with guitarrist Baden Powell on the 1966 album Os Afro-Sambas; many musicologists argue the LP marked a watershed moment in MPB because of its mix of African sounds with samba carioca (samba from Rio de Janeiro). A samba da bênção, released a year after Os Afro-Sambas, represented part of this collaboration.