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João Gilberto


Orfeu Negro



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Bossanova, Samba



João Gilberto - Orfeu Negro album download


1 A Felicidade
2 Manhã de Carnaval
3 O Nosso Amor
4 Frevo

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BWB - 1092 João Gilberto Cantando As Músicas Do Film Orfeu Do Carnaval ‎(7", EP) Odeon BWB - 1092 Brazil 1959
LGEP 4014 João Gilberto Orfeu Negro ‎(7", EP, Mono) Parlophone LGEP 4014 Portugal 1959
DSOE 16.324 João Gilberto Orfeo Negro ‎(7", EP) Odeon DSOE 16.324 Spain 1960
LGEP 4014 João Gilberto Orfeu Negro ‎(7", EP, Mono) Parlophone LGEP 4014 Portugal 1959
7BD-1034 João Gilberto Manhã De Carnaval ‎(7", EP, RE) Odeon 7BD-1034 Brazil Unknown

João Gilberto is a bossa nova album by João Gilberto, originally released in Brazil as a vinyl LP in 1973 and reissued on CD in 1988. João Gilberto released another album named João Gilberto in 1961, as well as several EPs with only his name as title. The minimal instrumentation – just Gilberto's guitar and voice, plus Sonny Carr's very sparse percussion – and the relentless beat give the album a hypnotic feel. The album's sound engineer was famous electronic music pioneer Wendy Carlos

Cantando As Músicas Do Film Orfeu Do Carnaval ‎(7", EP). Odeon. Orfeo Negro ‎(7", EP). Orfeu Negro ‎(7", EP).

There, he recorded João Gilberto en México (1970). João Gilberto, aka the "White Album" (1973), with a hypnotic minimalist execution, limited to the singer, his guitar, and Sonny Carr on drums. In 1976 came the release of The Best of Two Worlds, a reunion with Stan Getz, featuring singer Miúcha, (sister of Chico Buarque), who had become Gilberto's second wife in April 1965. The disc also included three tracks from the singer's 1959 Orfeu Negro EP: "Manhã de Carnaval," O Nosso Amor, and A Felicidade, the latter two merged into a single medley track to fit within the recording time of a CD. After its release, Gilberto successfully sued to have the title removed from sale as an unauthorized release of his artistic work. The album João Gilberto released in 1970 is the same version as João Gilberto en Mexico in the same year but by different record companies.

film di Marcel Camus (1959). Ispirato alla storia mitologica greca di Orfeo ed Euridice, adattato e ambientato in Brasile. Orfeo negro vinse nel 1959 la Palma d’Oro al 12° Festival del Cinema di Cannes, e nel 1960 l’Oscar per il miglior film straniero. Così afferma Fernando Di Granmatteo in Storia universale del cinema : "Malinconia e mito, folklore ed esotismo. Before the world heard Astrud Gilberto's whispy voice, before they knew of Stan Getz' velvety sax, they saw Black Orpheus. As bossa nova began to grow in the . Getz along with João Gilberto and his wife, Astrud, released "The Girl from Ipanema" in early 1963. This created a big hit in the . and Europe, and virtually sent the whole bossa nova movement into orbit.

João Gilberto Prado Pereira de Oliveira, known as João Gilberto (Portuguese pronunciation: ; June 10, 1931), is a Brazilian singer and guitarist. His seminal recordings, including many songs by Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, established the new musical genre of Bossa nova in the late 1950s. João Gilberto was born in Juazeiro, Bahia. From an early age, music was a part of Gilberto's life.

João Gilberto from the EP João Gilberto Cantando as Musicás do Filme Orfeu do Carnaval (1959, Odeon BWB 1092). 2. Moacyr Silva from the album Dançando com Você No. 4 (1959, Copacabana CLP 11117). 3. Sylvio Mazzucca from the album Baile de Sucessos (1959, Columbia LPCB 37050). 4. Orquestra Moderna de Câmara from the album Brasil Bossa Nova (1962, Nilser NS 1006). 5. Moacyr Silva from the album É Tempo de Samba (1963, Copacabana CLP 11291). 6. Dóris Monteiro & Miltinho from the album Dóris, Miltinho e Charme (1970, Odeon MOFB 3649). 7. Os Novos Batutas from the album Os Melhores de Todos.

João Gilberto - released in July 1959(?) on the EP João Gilberto cantando as musicás do filme Orfeo do Carnaval, Odeon (Brazil) BWB 1092; also included in the 1988 collection of early recordings, O Mito. Gerry Mulligan – recorded at Nola’s Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC, 3 October 1963 - Art Farmer (flh) Bob Brookmeyer (vtb) Gerry Mulligan (bars, arr) Jim Hall (g) Bill Crow (b) Dave Bailey (d) - released on the album Night Lights (1963) where the track is listed as Morning Of The Carnival.

joao gilberto songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: The Endless Summer Collection. Você e Eu. Saudade Fez Um Samba. Samba da Minha Terra. album: World Music, Vol. Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto et son orchestre - Frevo de Orfeu. album: Orfeu Negro: Extraits. Samba de uma Nota So. album: The Real Jazz Collection, Vol. The Girl from Ipanema. album: Brazilian Cocktail Music of the 60s. Trenzinho (Trem de Ferro). album: João Gilberto: The Star Collection.

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