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  • £97.02

    Brazil: Ceremony, Song and Samba

    At long last, Robert W. Smith continues his musical journey that began in western Africa years ago and now takes us to Brazil. Based upon authentic Afro-Brazilian percussion grooves, "Brazil: Ceremony, Song and Samba" is comprised of three musical sections illustrating the impact of the African experience on music of this part of the world. Beginning in northern Brazil with the Ceremony, the piece transitions to Rio di Janiero and the smooth sounds of the bossa nova that has become so popular throughout the world. The piece concludes with the exciting sounds of Carnaval and the Samba Schools that fill the streets during the annual celebration. Exciting, musically rewarding and extremely effective in any concert setting!

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  • £135.00

    Bravo Brazil - NORIS, GŁnter

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £127.00

    Brazil - BARROSO, Ary (Arr.: Tailor)

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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  • £36.00

    Brazil - Ary Barroso - Johnnie Vinson

    One of the best-known Latin standards of all time! Johnnie has done a great job of adapting this popular song while maintaining an authentic Latin feel.

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £59.00

    E-Mail from Brazil - Harm Evers

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £67.10

    Brazil - Ary Barosso - Pi Scheffer

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days

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  • £57.60

    Brazil - Ary Barroso - Solemar

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  • £64.00

    Bay Town Festival - Mike Hannickel

    The city of Salvador, Brazil is also known as Bahia. From 1549 to 1763 this bay was the capital of the Portuguese colony of Brazil and is located 800 miles northwest of Rio de Janeiro on the Atlantic Ocean Bay of All Saints. Take your band on a trip to a party (Festa Festival) at the town known as Bahia!

    Estimated delivery 10-12 days
  • £74.00

    Bom Dia (March) - Andrew Balent

    Bom Dia (pronounced "Bom Gee-ahh") means "good morning" in Brazilian Portuguese. This cheerful piece uses the form of the Brazilian choro, with three melodies played in A-B-A-C-A order. An original march, Bom Dia was inspired by Andrew Balent's frequent trips to Brazil. This piece will serve as a welcome change this year for directors seeking a new warm-up march for a contest or festival.

    Estimated delivery 12-14 days

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