Tag Archive: Wanda Sá

Apr 07 2015

Wanda Sá: Ao Vivo

All about Bossa Nova When Wanda Sá, born in São Paulo (1944) but living in Rio since she was one month old, released her first album, Vagamente (1964), Brazil had its personification of Bossa Nova. With her soft, sultry voice, the then 19-year-old singer/guitarist performed some of the finest compositions of that genre. Accompanied by …

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Jun 14 2008

Joyce and Special Guests: 50 Years of Bossa

  50 Years of Bossa Nova   A few years after a very successful commemoration of Tropicalismo (see also: Os Mutantes Ao Vivo), the beautiful Barbican Center in London, England, was now host of a 50 Years of Bossa Nova celebration. The derivate of the samba marks the release date of Elizete Cardoso’s album (with …

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Oct 16 2005

Vocalise: Tudo É Coisa Musical

Vocal Excellence!   Beth Dau, Fabíola Farias, Ivan Azevedo, Márcio Monteiro, Marcus Aurélius — Five delectable voices; one stunning debut album. Vocalise’s Tudo É Coisa Musical is all about music, as its title says, and the album exhibits rare vigor and fresh arrangements utilizing the full vocal range of these five gifted vocalists. The album …

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