» » The Brass Choir - Mas Que Nada / The Brees And I
The Brass Choir - Mas Que Nada / The Brees And I mp3 track

The Brass Choir - Mas Que Nada / The Brees And I mp3 track

MP3 1789 mb. | FLAC 1895 mb. | WMA 1228 mb.

Performer: The Brass Choir
Title: Mas Que Nada / The Brees And I
Country: US
Released: 1967
Style: Easy Listening
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MP2 VQF DXD MPC MP1 MMF VOC

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Mas Que Nada
Written-By – J. Ben*, L. Deabe*
2:10
B The Breeze And I
Written-By – A. Stillman*, E. Lecuona*
2:42

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Grand Award Record Co., Inc.
  • Published By – Edward B. Marks Music Corporation
  • Published By – Peer International Corp.

Credits

  • Conductor – Warren Kime

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS 45-4093 The Brass Choir Mas Que Nada / The Brees And I ‎(7", Single) Command RS 45-4093 US 1967


A brand new arrangement of the well-known Sergio Mendes hit for brass band. Your percussion section will have the opportunity to have a play in the toyshop as parts are supplied for several Latin instruments (Congas, Maracas, Guiro, Claves and Tambourine. Separate parts are supplied for each of these. A great new arrangement for your concert programmes in spring and summer. Customers Who Bought Mas Que Nada (Brass Band) Also Bought: Ain't Misbehavin' - Tuba Solo with.

ZEGREE, S - Hal Leonard Corporation. ZEGREE, S - Hal Leonard Corporation. This classic bossa nova tune will give a smooth Brazilian flavor to your next jazz or show choir concert. Originally recorded by Sergio Mendez & Brazil '66. Includes Portugese and English lyrics.

Mas Que Nada was introduced in 1963 by Jorge Duílio Ben Zabella Lima de Menezes aka Jorge Ben, meanwhile known as Jorge Ben Jor, with two different recordings on two albums and two singles on two different labels. 9. The Brass Choir conducted by Warren Kime from the album Brass Impact (1967, Command Records RS 910 SD). 10. Dizzy Gillespie from the album Swing Low, Sweet Cadillac (1967, Impulse AS-9149). 11. Tony Hatch from the album Beautiful in the Rain (1967, Pye Records NSPL 18176). 12. Edmundo Ros from the album Strings Latino (1968, London SP 44107 and Decca PFS 4145). 13. Ronnie Aldrich with The London Festival Orchestra from the album This Way In (1968, London SP 14416).

Mas que Nada became a worldwide hit when it was recorded by Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66. Here is that story. Before moving to the United States in 1964, Sergio Mendes was already recognized as a brilliant young jazz pianist and bandleader in Brazil and a member of bossa nova's inner circle. He recorded his first LP for the Philips label at age 20, and the following year – 1962 – jazz greats Kenny Durham, Phil Woods, Hubert Laws, Cannonball Adderley and Herbie Mann all flew to Brazil to record with the 21-year-old pianist and his band

Mas que nada, sai da minha frente. que é misto de Maracatu, Samba de Preto Velho. Mas que nada, um samba como este tão legal. ô ô ô ô ariá, raiô! Obá, obá, obá! Ô, ô ô ô ô ariá, raiô!

Mas que nada Sai da minha frente Que eu quero passar Pois o samba está animado E o que eu quero é sambar. Esse samba Que é misto de maracatu É samba de Preto Velho Samba de Preto Tu. Mas que nada Um samba como este tão legal Você não vai querer Que eu chegue no final. Mas Que Nada" Track Info. Written By Jorge Ben Jor. Cover Of. Mas Que Nada by Jorge Ben Jor. Home.

Product Information Mas Que Nada by Jorge Ben - Digital Sheet Music. More Songs From the Album: Jorge Ben - Samba Esquema Novo. Publishing administered by: Peer International Corporation.