Elis regina com bossa jazz trio - upa neguinho / ye mele


Music from northeastern Brazil has many forms including frevo, maracatú, baião and forró, but all are influenced by Portuguese folk melodies. The rhythms are strong but slow and the beat often comes from the accordion or guitar. Lyrics are sung in a gravelly, nasal nordestino accent.

Check out these related YouTube links: Gaby Amarantos and DJ João Brasil, "Águas de Março" , Tom Jobim & Elis Regina (live), "Águas de Março" and Banda Tecno Show with Gaby Amarantos, "Principe Negro."

Composer-guitarist Oscar Castro-Neves [3] relates that Jobim told him that writing in this kind of stream of consciousness was his version of therapy and saved him thousands in psychoanalysis bills.


Elis Regina com Bossa Jazz Trio - Upa Neguinho / Ye MeleElis Regina com Bossa Jazz Trio - Upa Neguinho / Ye MeleElis Regina com Bossa Jazz Trio - Upa Neguinho / Ye MeleElis Regina com Bossa Jazz Trio - Upa Neguinho / Ye Mele

fchmx.hytekhosting.us