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Brazilian Bossa Novas

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Desc Mmo16011
Artist Jim Odrich
Publisher Pocket Songs/Mmo Music Group
Series Music Minus One
Grade Advanced
Catalog # 00400775

Price: $24.98

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Product Description

Brazilian Bossa Novas Performed by Jim Odrich. For Piano Folio. Published by Pocket Songs/Mmo Music Group. (Catalog # 00400775, UPC: 884088613037)

The charming sound of the Bossa Nova gained a large following in the 1960s, and has since contributed many standards to the jazz repertoire. Some influential names in Bossa Nova include Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius DeMoraes, Luiz Bonfa, Kenny Dorham and Newton Mendon a, all of whom are represented here, in songs such as: Black Orpheus Blue Bossa The Girl from Ipanema Meditation Once I Loved and more. This edition includes a note-for-note transcribed solo piano part, printed on easy-to-read, acid-free ivory paper. The CD contains the complete performance of each piece in digital stereo, followed by a second digital stereo version minus the soloist. The pieces have been recorded by Jim Odrich on the piano.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLACK ORPHEUS BONFA, LUIZ  
BLUE BOSSA DORHAM, KENNY  
GIRL FROM IMPANEMA JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  
MEDITATION JOBIM/MENDONCA  
NO MORE BLUES JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  
ONCE I LOVED JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  
QUIET NIGHTS OF QUIET STARS JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  
SOMEONE TO LIGHT UP MY LIFE DE MORAES/JOBIM/LEES  
TRISTE JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  
WAVE JOBIM, ANTONIO CARLO  

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