Antonio Ongarello – Bossa Nova Standards for Guitar

Jan 10 2016

Antonio Ongarello – Bossa Nova Standards for Guitar

Antonio Ongarello – Bossa Nova Standards for Guitar. Learn Bossa Nova Technique and play 15 brazilian standards. Includes play along CD with high quality backing tracks for solo and rhythm guitar.
In the late 1950s and early ’60s, songwriters like the classically-trained Antonio Carlos “Tom” Jobim and the soft-voiced guitarist Joao Gilberto created a smoother, jazz-influenced version of the Samba – which itself was a product of the nation’s poorer classes. Middle-class Brazilians preferred the newer sound, which was dubbed Bossa Nova, or “The New Way.” Bossa Nova is velvet sophistication atop a feathery five-against-four rhythm, and is most famously epitomized by Gilberto’s “Girl from Ipanema.” American jazzmen like Stan Getz – who went on to collaborate frequently with Gilberto and Herbie Mann visited Brazil and brought the Bossa Nova to international attention. Some commercial distortion followed, but Bossa Nova continues to influence modern Brazilian pop and other regional styles today.

Songs include:

  • Bim Bom
  • Chega De Saudade
  • Corcovado
  • Desafinado
  • Este Seu Olhar
  • Felicidade
  • Garota De Ipanema
  • Insensatez
  • Mas Que Nada
  • Meditacao
  • Menina Flor
  • O Amor Em Paz
  • O Pato
  • Samba De Uma Nota So
  • So Danco Samba

 

Format: PDF + Audio tracks (Mp3). 31 pages

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3 comments

  1. Aeter /

    Great! A BIG Thank You!

  2. uroshguitar /

    Very nice!!!

  3. Boholik /

    Hello! Please download the file to Novafile.

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