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Trio Esperanca

Lanca Perfume
Aguas de Marco
To Nem Ligando
Come Back as a Flower
Ponto de Macumba
Garota de I
Mar e Lua
Samba de Uma Nota
La Lune est Morte
A Felicidade
Pra La, Pra Ca
Na Baixa do Sapateiro
Ponto de Macumba
Isso e Brasil
Rua Augusta

Can we possibly stand more wonderful music from the three Brazilian sirens who call themselves Trio Esperanca? Segundo, we believe, means "Second", and as there are two excellent CDs already gracing our catalog, perhaps this one was released out of order. 17 songs, most sung in Portuguese, at least one, "Mar e Lua," in Spanish, one in French ("La Lune est Morte," and one, amazingly, in English, Stevie Wonder's lovely "Come Back as a Flower." There is some light percussion, piano and guitar accompaniment on a few songs, but they only add to the enjoyment. We have never heard such perfect intonation-these women truly sing as one, and their one song in (perfect) English left us breathless. Our second favorite is "Garote de Ipanema," "The Girl from Ipanema" in Portuguese-incredible. Too much good stuff. Import.

Item code: 4801C | 1 CD | $24.98 add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Female | Brazil

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