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COOL BRAZILIAN NIGHTS - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2011
Pete Bax In terms of harmonic structure, bossa nova has a great deal in common with jazz, in its sophisticated use of seventh and extended chords. The first bossa nova song, "Chega de Saudade", borrowed some structural elements from choro and my song is in the traditional style. Instrumental, Brazilian, Bossa Nova
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Brazilian, Bossa Nova
500805 2:37 Fast 150   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Cool Brazilian Nights
Catalog ID: 500805  ISRC: US5UL1150715
Description: In terms of harmonic structure, bossa nova has a great deal in common with jazz, in its sophisticated use of seventh and extended chords. The first bossa nova song, "Chega de Saudade", borrowed some structural elements from choro and my song is in the traditional style.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: bebop, blues, boogie, boogie-woogie, bop, fusion jazz, hot jazz, improvisational music, jive, ragtime, swing, Brazil, Brazilian, cool, night-life,

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Brazilian Music
       Bossa Nova
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:37   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 150
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Electic Piano, Synthesizer, Double Bass, Vibraphone, Tenor Saxophone
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Beautiful, Bright, Cold, Comforting, Dreamy, Flowing, Fun, Groovy, Gutsy, Magical, Motivational, Nostalgic, Optimistic, Positive, Pulsating, Rhythmic, Spirited, Street-Smart, Swinging, Vibrant

Styles: 1940s (Forties), 1950s (Fifties), 1960s (Sixties), Carnival Season, Club / Bar / Lounge, Dance / Bossa Nova, Jazzy, Latin Flavor, World Harmony, Worldbeat

Regions: Brazil

Extended Keywords: Along the coast, the breeze, blowing alternately onshore and offshore, moderates the temperature. Because of its geographic situation, the city is often reached, especially during autumn and winter, by cold fronts advancing from Antarctica, causing frequent weather changes. [citation needed] It is said that the city had frosting sometime in its past (some areas within the State of Rio de Janeiro have hail approximately every decade, and in others there have snowfall around 2 to 4 times per century. After the heat of the day everyone looks forward to cool Brazilian nights.

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