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De ideale platencollectie bestaat uit originele, ongecompileerde albums die een belangrijke stempel hebben gedrukt op de muziekgeschiedenis of die een essentiële opname hebben binnen elk genre. Door het downloaden of streamen van deze albums begint u een muzikale reis door de jaren heen.

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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 1 januari 2014 | EMI Music Brasil Ltda

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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 20 augustus 2012 | Frémeaux & associés

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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 26 november 2010 | Rhino - Warner Records

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In jazz and pop music alike, strings should come with a warning: Please handle with caution – like a vial of nitroglycerine. It’s so easy to surrender to poor taste, or even complete muddiness. Luckily this masterpiece from 1976 avoids all of those pitfalls. Up until this point, João Gilberto was meant to be enjoyed in its purest form: the master of bossa nova, alone with his guitar. With Amoroso, the Brazilian signed a pact with Claus Ogerman, the famous german arranger. An expert in sensual, elegant violins, the man had worked with Antonio Carlos Jobim extensively during the sixties. The pairing of Ogerman and Gilberto seems like a miracle. The repertoire is part Jobim (Wave, Caminhos Cruzados, Triste, Zingaro), and part American standards (’S Wonderful by Gershwin) or from Europe (Spain, with Besame Mucho and d’Italy with Estaté by Brighetti and Martino). João Gilberto gives body and soul in the midst of Ogerman’s strings, which are never heavy, and never obfuscate the singer’s mellow voice. Every moment is an ode to simplicity, elegance and beauty. The ease with which these strangers find each other is astounding. An absolute marvel. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 8 januari 1999 | Ariola

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Released in 1999, Na Pressão (Under Pressure) was a key album in Lenine’s career and the symbol of the successful transition of mpb (música popular brasileira – Brazilian popular music) into the new millennium. This musician from Recife is the natural heir to Chico Science, who passed away in 1997 and was the leader of the band Nação Zumbi and instigator of the mangue bit movement that promoted and practiced a mix of cultural heritage and modernity. On his second solo album, Lenine perfectly synthesises the ingredients and eclectic and asserted influences that make up his grammar as a composer. Rural traditions from Pernambuco, international urban music (rock, hip-hop, electro-pop), languid ballades inherited from bossa nova and collages inspired by the Tropicália movement: everything blends or takes turns in an unexpected and exciting flow. Twenty years later, these compositions have proved timeless, the interpretation and arrangements still sound good and the production, which cleverly blends acoustic sounds and digital effects, has not aged one bit. A postmodern classic that could only originate from Brazil, a country where external influences are expertly recycled without losing its own identity. © BM/Qobuz
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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 1 januari 1999 | Philips

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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 26 februari 1977 | RCA Records Label

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Angenor de Oliveira, known as Cartola, is a linchpin of Brazilian music. Co-founder in Rio, in 1928, of the prestigious Estação Primeira de Mangueira samba school, for which he wrote many classics, he spent most of his life working anonymously. Even if he wrote, during the 1930s, hits for the international star Carmen Miranda and for the crooner Francisco Alves, Cartola spent more time working as a mason or a window cleaner than under the spotlights. He had disappeared from the music scene when in 1950 a journalist recognized him in the streets and put him back on the tracks of the music life. The composer bounces back and finds love. The Nós Dois song, present on this disc, has been composed for his wedding with singer Dona Zica. With her, Cartola opens a samba establishment, the Zicartola, which becomes, at the start of the 1960s, one of the favorite havens of the young bossa nova composers. Cartola’s discography did not begin to develop until 1974, when the samba player was 65. Verde Que Te Quero Rosa is his third album, between nostalgic romance and dashes of pure rhythm, it harbors a collection of tender songs, sweet and irresistibly rousing sambas. His title pays homage to the colours he chose to represent the Mangueira, the green and pink which still coat the famous school. He was often told that these tones didn’t match, but his answer was irrefutable: green symbolizes hope, and pink love. Two values that have always undeniably brought him luck. © BM/Qobuz
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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 1 januari 1971 | Philips

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In 1971, while he was recording the album Construção, Chico Buarque had just spent 18 months in exile in Italy because of the dictatorship. He returned to a Brazil still under military rule. Censorship was rife, and every song to be broadcast was inspected. So as not to risk a ban, Buarque, who had no intention of mincing his words, used metaphors and roundabout stylistic methods to describe his peers' feelings towards the forced march that the government was leading them on. And so, the title piece, beautifully orchestrated by the foremost arranger of the Tropicalia movement, Rogerio Duprat, describes the day of a construction worker who leaves his family to work on the building site where he will die. The scene is repeated three times, varying slightly each time, to underline the alienation of the working class. Elsewhere, the polished words describe the dark feelings created by the times. These literary merits come alongside melodic and orchestral deftness that makes this a truly capital work. Modernist but fundamentally Brazilian, Chico Buarque elegantly deploys samba, romantic song and bossa nova. In this period he built fertile working relationships, producing co-compositions with Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes: and here we see some of the fruits: Olha Maria and Samba de Orly. But these solo compositions stand up quite well by comparison and, thanks to Robertno Menescal's painstaking production, every piece is rendered with subtlety, and the whole thing forms an indispensable and inspiring work. © BM/Qobuz
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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 1 januari 1967 | Philips

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Bossanova en Brazilië - Verschenen op 17 juni 1965 | RCA Records Label

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