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Antonio Carlos Jobim and the Art of Bossa Nova - Volume 8

10 Antonio Carlos Jobim Classics

By Mark Taylor

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E§ Instruments, C Instruments, B-flat Instruments - Difficulty: medium
10 Antonio Carlos Jobim Classics. Arranged by Mark Taylor. Hal Leonard Jazz Play Along. Latin, Jazz and Play Along. Instrumental solo songbook and accompaniment CD. Standard notation and chord names. 83 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.843001).

Item Number: HL.843001
ISBN 0634048899. With standard notation and chord names. Latin, Jazz and Play Along. 9x12 inches.

For use with all Bb, Eb, and C instruments, the JAZZ PLAY ALONG SERIES is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians. With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues, and other split-track choices on the included CD, this first-of-its-kind package makes learning to play jazz easier than ever before. FOR STUDY, each tune includes a split track with: • Melody cue with proper style and inflection • Professional rhythm tracks • Choruses for soloing • Removable bass part • Removable piano part. FOR PERFORMANCE, each tune also has: • An additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody) • Additional choruses for soloing. INCLUDES: Desafinado (Slightly Out of Tune) • The Girl from Ipanema (Garota De Ipanema) • Jazz 'N' Samba (So Danco Samba) • How Insensitive (Insensatez) • Meditation (Meditacao) • Once I Loved (Amor Em Paz) (Love in Peace) • One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So) • Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) • Triste • Wave.

  • Once I Loved (Amor Em Paz) (Love In Peace) 
  • The Girl From Ipanema (Garota De Ipanema) 
  • Wave 
  • How Insensitive (Insensatez) 
  • Meditation (Meditacao) 
  • One Note Samba (Samba De Uma Nota So) 
  • Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) 
  • Triste 
  • Jazz N' Samba (So Danco Samba) 
  • Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune) 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 2

    Location:
    New Brunswick
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • February 20, 2012 No lyrics?

    What's the point of Bossa Nova without the lyrics in Portuguese? I should have paid more attention to the sample page.

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  • 4

    Location:
    San Clemente, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • October 02, 2008 Great Brazillian Feel

    The bossa nova pieces in this book are very nice to hear and play. I bought this book to play at my nieghbors Brazillian party and all of the guests loved it. There favorite (and mine) was the piece titled "The Girl from Ipanema." They loved the alto sax sound...

    . I have been playing for 7 years, and out of those 7 years, i have played in 5 years of jazz band. We play some bossa novas but not much, and the pieces in here are easier to read rather than a high school jazz band. They are pretty simple to sight-read if you have been playing for about 4-5 years, but you have got to know how to feel the music! There is a ton of improvisation in this book? Know the chords or just take little pieces from the melody line. In one piece the average is about 40 bars of improvisation. Overall this book is excellent in the choice of songs: "Desafinado," Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars," "Once I Loved," and other great bossa novas. Hope this helped.

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  • 5

    Location:
    Enterprise, AL
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • October 02, 2007 Swing with the best

    Great practice tool for everybody who loves jazz. Two versions of each tune gives you an opportunity to hear unfamiliar tunes first, or just comp to the soloist. Hereafter you are on your own on the next version. And the band swings great.

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  • 4

    Location:
    Thousand Oaks, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • February 26, 2007 Excellent Bossa Nova Lead Sheets

    This book gives you the heart of Bossa Nova. It is a great resource. So, why not 5 stars? Well, the lead sheets will take you only so far. You still need to know the chords and the Bossa Nova rhythms. The (included) CD certainly helps. A couple of Stan...

    Getz or Astrid Gilberto albums would help more. Look at it this way: It's a growth experience. The arrangements I have worked out so far will be part of my permanent repertoire.

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  • 3

    Location:
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • February 13, 2007 Nice arrangements, bad editing

    The arrangements in this book are fun to play and the volume is a good introduction to the style of music. Musicians crossing over from classical music may find the editing irritating; conventions on using flats or sharps are not followed which is suprisingly confusing if you're used to...

    playing music which follows strict rules about this.

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