`The girl from ipanema`

in Dance and music2 months ago

Hello, I'm back with the Bossanova song after a long time.

It is also a Bosanova song composed in 1962 by Antonio Carlos Jovim, a representative of Brazilian music.
It is said to have gained huge popularity in the mid-1960s.

This song has lyrics in two languages.
The Portuguese lyrics were written by Vinicius de Morais and the English lyrics by Norman Gimbell.
The first recording was recorded from the Getz/Gilberto album, sung by a singer named Astur de Gilberto, accompanied by violinist João Gilberto and saxophonist Stan Getz.

It has various versions of the song and is also used in movies, especially for its cliché of elevator music, which appears in the late action scenes of Mr. and Mrs. Smith when Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were in the elevator.

  • Lyrics in Portuguese

Olha que coisa mais linda mais cheia de graça

É ela menina que vem que passa

Num doce balanço caminho do mar

Moça do corpo dourado do sol de Ipanema

O seu balançado é mais que um poema

É a coisa mais linda que eu já vi passar

Ah, porque estou tão sozinho

Ah, porque tudo é tão triste

Ah, a beleza que existe

A beleza que não é só minha

Que também passa sozinha

Ah, se ela soubesse

Que quando ela passa

O mundo sorrindo se enche de graça

E fica mais lindo por causa do amor

  • English lyrics

Tall and tan and young and lovely

The girl from Ipanema goes walking

And when she passes Each one she passes goes, ah

When she walks, she's like a samba

That swings so cool and sways so gently

That when she passes Each one she passes goes, ah

Oh, but he watches so sadly

How can he tell her he loves her

Yes, he would give his heart gladly

But each day, when she walks to the sea

She looks straight ahead, not at him

Tall, and tan, and young, and lovely

The girl from Ipanema goes walking

And when she passes He smiles, but she doesn't see

Oh, but he sees her so sadly

How can he tell her he loves her

Yes, he would give his heart gladly

But each day, when she walks to the sea

She looks straight ahead, not at him

Tall, and tan, and young, and lovely

The girl from Ipanema goes walking

And when she passes he smiles, but she doesn't see

She just doesn't see, no she just doesn't see

But she doesn't see, she doesn't see, no she just doesn't see

  • Franksinetra and Antônio Carlos Jobim's The girl from ipanema, who can listen the lyrics in both languages.
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well done! do you have the score for this? I never played it. I play piano too.

You mean the video of my performing??
No sorry, It's my improvisation. I just played with the melody and chords. You can find simple score in Google

Excelente interpretación amigo

Thanks for support!!