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23.12.2019

Brazil (Aquarela do Brasil) - Various - Great Ladies Of Song (Cassette)

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  1. The song Aquarela do Brasil was written by Ary Barroso and was first performed by Araci Cortes. It was first recorded and released by Francisco Alves com Radamés Gnattali e sua Orquestra in It was covered by Cedar Walton, Cucho Martinez, Ray Mantilla, Manière des Bohémiens, Albare, Living Jazz and other artists.
  2. Aquarela do Brasil (or "Watercolor of Brazil"), the finale of the film, involved a brand-new character, José Carioca, showing Donald Duck around South America and introduce him to the samba (to the tunes of "Brazil" and "Tico Tico"). In August , Walt Disney visited Brazil on a U.S. State Department Good Neighbor Policy mission.
  3. Song information for Aquarela Do Brasil - Gal Costa on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Various Artists. Samba Brasil [Philips] Universal Music Gal Costa. The Brazilian Collection. Universal Music Latino / Polygram: Gal Costa. Millennium: Gal Costa. Polygram:
  4. Aquarela do Brasil Lyrics: Brasil, meu Brasil Brasileiro / Mulato inzoneiro / Vou cantar-te nos meus versos / Brasil, samba que dá / Bamboleio, que faz gingar / Ô Brasil do meu amor / Terra de.
  5. Recorded at the height of the MPB movement in , AQUARELA DO BRASIL is the singer Gal Costa's tribute to the famed Brazilian songwriter Ary Barroso, the author of the celebrated title track as well as many others not as well known outside his native land.
  6. Aquarela do Brasil by Barbara Casini was written by Ary Barroso and was first performed by Araci Cortes. It was first recorded and released by Francisco Alves com Radamés Gnattali e sua Orquestra in Barbara Casini released it on the album Sozinha in It was covered by Tommy Tedesco, Jack Parnell & His Orchestra, Markinhos Moura, The Royal City Saxophone Quartet and other artists.
  7. Nov 15,  · The most famous brazilian song ever composed, the "Aquarela do Brasil" was written by Ary Barroso in , and travelled around the world in many different languages.
  8. Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil) and 1 more Various - Viva Brasil - Banging Batucada And Stirring Samba From Rio And Sao Paulo ‎ (CD, Comp) Metro.

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