bossa nova


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bossa nova

a dance similar to the samba, originating in Brazil
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The atmosphere is bright and sunny, the staff was friendly and capable, and while it didn't take too long for the food to arrive, Bossa Nova isn't for those in a huge hurry.
O blues e conhecido por ser o alicerce do jazz, mas a bossa nova nao e normalmente vista como se tivesse algo do blues.
In the BOSSA NOVA Collection, Rodricks used the sensual rhythm and fluid melody based on Brazil's languid, lounge style music Bossa Nova, as the fundamental theme.
Musicologists still debate over the degree to which bossa was influenced by US jazz, but they agree on one central point: bossa nova, Brazil's greatest cultural export, is here to stay.
He began his musical life playing classical piano just as the mellow shuffle of bossa nova was about to emerge and as a teenager switched to jazz.
Also tomorrow night another of the country's great cellists is in action in our region, when Julian Lloyd Webber explores Latin American Bossa Nova rhythms at The Artrix in Bromsgrove.
It's a rare opportunity for business to take something from the rainforest in an economically low impact, sustainable way," Alton Johnson, CEO of Bossa Nova Beverage Group, told me.
After a brief intermission, he re-emerged to sing some of his favourite bossa nova tunes.
This festive evening brought together more than 500 fashionable New Yorkers to enjoy the mix of bossa nova and steel drum music, delicious Brazilian food, caipirinha cocktails, carnival dancers and silent auction.
Bossa Nova Technologies, Venice, CA, offers Samba, an advanced vision sensor for visual appearance testing.
And if you can get past the completely avant-pretentious misstep of the blippy, clicky "Snowflake," you'll enjoy hearing bossa nova get a flattering Aluminum brushing with "Colored Town.
The urban, jazzy sound of bossa nova found its roots in Bahia and Pernambuco, the African-Caribbean regions of Brazil.