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Below is a list of ten newest notes (with intros beneath them), and right next to it a list of ten recently added albums.

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The Girl From Ipanema (Garota de Ipanema)

Latin French, Italian Notes
The Girl From Ipanema (Garota de Ipanema)

It's a song of sensuality that entices men everywhere to dream. It evokes the fantasy of an exotic beach where warm waves kiss the shore, where breezes whisper through the palms, and where there is a woman, a dream woman, an ideal woman who embodies the elusive essence of everything that is desirable.

The song was composed for a musical comedy entitled Dirigível (Blimp), then a work-in-progress of Vinícius de Moraes. The original title was Menina...

Last Updated (Tuesday, 17 March 2015 18:15)

 

The Christmas Song

Pop and Misc. Notes
The Christmas Song

The Christmas Song was created in quite interesting circumstances. It was summer 1944 and Mel Torme was in California. He was a well-known jazz singer at the time, who also played drums, was an actor (appeared on screen with Frank Sinatra, among others) and a pilot. He was a valued artist in the sphere of jazz musicians. He composed around 500 pieces, several of which have become jazz standards.

 

The Christmas Song



 

That summer was exceptionally hot. Whole...

Last Updated (Tuesday, 17 March 2015 18:04)

 

Gimme Some Lovin'

Rock Notes
Gimme Some Lovin'

In 1960 Spencer Davis travelled from London to Birmingham to begin studies. Three years later he met Winwood brothers and convinced them to form a beat band. Peter York was the drummer. They didn’t clearly specify a style they wanted to play. One thing they wanted for sure was to play heavy.

Gimme Some Lovin



For two years they played at local clubs in Birmingham. They played well so no wonder that they quickly earned many fans among young people. In 1965 they made...

Last Updated (Wednesday, 18 March 2015 17:12)

 

Henryk Górecki. In Memoriam…

Classical Notes
Henryk Górecki. In Memoriam…

Henryk Górecki, who died on November 12 aged 76, was a Polish composer who achieved immense popularity in Western Europe and America in the 1990s thanks to the ethereal splendour of his Symphony No 3 (Symphony of Sorrowful Songs), which briefly reached No 6 in the British charts, just behind Paul McCartney.

He had started his musical life as a pioneer of the Polish avant garde and his work was often dismissed for its violence, both in its sound and in the...

Last Updated (Thursday, 19 March 2015 18:13)

 

Edvard Grieg - Peer Gynt

Classical Notes
Edvard Grieg - Peer Gynt

 

Peer Gynt suite wasn’t original idea of Edvard Grieg. He composed it on Henrik Ibsen’s request.

Ibsen was a Norwegian dramatist who wrote a play 'Peer Gynt' in 1867 during his trip around Apennine Peninsula, in Rome, Sorrento and Ischia Island.



Henrik Ibsen phototographed by Gustav Borgen

 

The play wasn’t showed to public, although it got printed in Copenhagen. The first edition accounted for 1 250 copies. After two weeks reprints were needed –...

Last Updated (Friday, 20 March 2015 09:50)

 
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