Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’

Blame it on the Bossa Nova

Antonio Carlos Jobim

Today’s pro­gram is all about the Bossa Nova. We have pieces from the orig­i­na­tors of the style such as Anto­nio Car­los Jobim and João Gilber­to, a lot of Bossa Nova albums from the ear­ly-to-mid 1960s, with a dash of some con­tem­po­rary and elec­tro Bossa Nova works. Des­frute da músi­ca!

From Sacred to Samba: a Morning of Early Music and an Afternoon and Evening of Carnivale!

Carnival Parade in Brazil

Today’s pro­gram on Radio Riel’s Main stream is two pro­grams in one! This morn­ing you’ll hear sacred ear­ly music; then at 11:00am North Amer­i­can Pacif­ic time it’s time for the music of Car­ni­vale!

Latin Beats — Monday, 6–8PM SLT (US Pacific Time)

This week, World Music at Mad­hu’s Café presents the music of Latin Amer­i­ca — sal­sa, tan­go, bacha­ta, cumbia, and so much more.  One thing’s for cer­tain:  You will want to dance as we explore music from Mex­i­co, Colom­bia, the Domini­can Repub­lic, Brazil, Argenti­na, and beyond. So slick back your hair, salt those mar­gari­ta glass­es, and […]

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