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Antônio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim was a Brazilian musician born January 25, 1927, in Tijuca, in the northern part of Rio de Janeiro and died December 8, 1994 in New York (USA). Co-founder of the style "bossa nova", he composed many songs that remain as both classic Brazilian popular music and jazz standards. It is commonly known as Tom Jobim, which is pronounced in Portuguese "tone jobi (n)" and not the American way "tomm djobimm". Descendant of French named "Jobin" who emigrated to Brazil in the seventeenth century, it is a true carioca, a resident of Rio. Quickly, his family moved into a neighborhood further south, more central and more bourgeois, Ipanema. Very young, he plays guitar and harmonica. But after 1941, the music becomes just a hobby for Jobim, since then begins to take piano lessons with Hans-Joachim Koellreuter, a German who is particularly illustrated in the twelve-tone. At the end of the war, he began studying architecture that will be discontinued soon. He prefers to play the piano in bars where, for months, it refines and perfects his game. A few years later, Brazil enters a kind of golden age policy, with the advent to the presidency of Juscelino Kubitschek, a democrat and a reformer who will permanently leave its mark on the country. Its motto - Catching up 50 years in 5 years - notably leads to the creation of a new capital, Brasilia. During that time, in 1956, a meeting takes place absolutely decisive between Jobim and the poet, writer and diplomat Vinicius de Moraes. It then seeks to set to music his play Orfeu da Conceição, transposition into the world of Rio from the Greek myth of Orpheus, which he wrote between 1940 and 1955. Jobim runs and, when it was released at the Municipal Theatre of Rio, September 25, 1956, the play is a triumph, and the film adaptation of the French Marcel Camus Black Orpheus, 1959, that made him world- and which inspired famous as a composer Michel Legrand. Gradually, many young musicians congregate around the duo Jobim / de Moraes: The Bahian singer and guitarist João Gilberto, the singer Nara Leão, the guitarist Baden Powell, and many others like Carlos Lyra, Roberto Menescal, Newton Mendonça, Ronaldo Boscoli: a movement that became known as bossa nova meaning "new thing". But bossa nova, even if it is to embody a new wave, a new way of singing and playing, not born ex nihilo. His influences are many and, above all, the ear of many dragged Jobim, heard and understood. In Brazil, the composer of music tastes especially Henri Salvador as well as compositions by Ary Barroso, composer of "tube" Aquarela do Brasil - better known by the name of Brazil, and links to jazz arrangements of complex chorinho traditional. Clearly influenced by Chopin's music, he also learned much from the guitarist Samba Cancao Dorival Caymmi and pianist Johnny Alf, who introduced him to jazz. Tom Jobim wrote hundreds of songs and recorded over 50 albums. Include Chega de Saudade (1958), which marked the beginning of bossa nova, and Desafinado (1959) and Garota de Ipanema (1963) which enjoyed a worldwide hit. On Thursday, December 8, 1994, at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York where he had gone to undergo surgery due to problems of arteriosclerosis, Tom Jobim suffered a fatal heart failure. Mere chance or last blink of it's destiny, he joined his accomplice in the legend Vinicius de Moraes in the same age (67 years) when the latter, 14 years her senior, had preceded him in 1980. The bossa nova style has now acceded to posterity, even if the movement had subsided somewhat in 1968 before the American music.
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cover Girl From Ipanema (The) Robert Martin
Girl From Ipanema (The)
JOBIM
Arr : Robert FIENGA
Publisher : Robert Martin
Genre : Orchestra
Group : String orchestra
Set Wind Band (JOBI04471-BA) : 69,00
Full score (JOBI04471-CO) : 20,00

cover Girl From Ipanema (The) M8
Girl From Ipanema (The)
JOBIM
Publisher : M8
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Style & options : Rock, latino, jazz
Reference (M8-8) : 147,70

cover Desafinado De Haske
Desafinado
JOBIM
Publisher : De Haske
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (H633-BA) : 127,95
Full score (H633-CO) : 36,56

cover Desafinado De Haske
Desafinado
JOBIM
Publisher : De Haske
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (H1084483-BA) : 127,95
Full score (H1084483-CO) : 36,56

cover One Note Samba Marc Reift
One Note Samba
JOBIM
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Reference (EMR589) : 35,48

cover Wawe Marc Reift
Wawe
JOBIM
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Instrumental music
Reference (EMR5095) : 37,52

cover One Note Samba Marc Reift
One Note Samba
JOBIM
Publisher : Marc Reift
Genre : Orchestra
Group : Wind band
Set Wind Band (EMR1710-BA) : 131,47

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