João Gilberto and Stan Getzs Getz/Gilberto

By | 10 December 2017

João Gilberto and Stan Getzs Getz/Gilberto Most Die Hard Brazilian Music Fans Would Argue That Getz Gilberto, The Iconic 1964 Album Featuring The Girl From Ipanema, Is Not The Best Bossa Nova Record Yet We Ve All Heard The Girl From Ipanema As Background Music In A Thousand Anodyne Settings, From Cocktail Parties To Telephone Hold Music So How Did Getz Gilberto Become The Brazilian Album Known Around The World, Crossing Generational And Demographic Divides Bryan McCann Traces The History And Making Of Getz Gilberto As A Musical Collaboration Between Leading Figure Of Bossa Nova Jo O Gilberto And Philadelphia Born And New York Raised Cool Jazz Artist Stan Getz McCann Also Reveals The Contributions Of The Less Understood Participants Astrud Gilberto S Unrehearsed, English Language Vocals Creed Taylor S Immaculate Production Olga Albizu S Arresting, Abstract Expressionist Cover Art To Show How A Perfect Balance Of Talents Led To Not Just A Great Album, But A Global Pop Sensation And He Explains How Getz Gilberto Emerged From The Context Of Bossa Nova Rio De Janeiro, The Brief Period When The Subtle Harmonies And Aching Melodies Of Bossa Nova Seemed To Distill The Spirit Of A Modernizing, Sensuous City.33 1 3 Global, A Series Related To But Independent From 33 1 3, Takes The Format Of The Original Series Of Short, Music Based Books And Brings The Focus To Music Throughout The World With Initial Volumes Focusing On Japanese And Brazilian Music, The Series Will Also Include Volumes On The Popular Music Of Australia Oceania, Europe, Africa, The Middle East, And.

  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • 9781501323959
  • João Gilberto and Stan Getzs Getz/Gilberto
  • Bryan Daniel McCann
  • 10 December 2017