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-notes continued from back cover were such numbers as Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars), So Danco
While Black Orpheus was a good introduction to the new Brazilian style, Samba and a vocal version of Desafinado.
the music would have remained a regional style if it had not had a charis- Bossa nova had hit its height. Joao Gilberto and Astrud Gilberto (even after
matic performer to help introduce the songs. While Jobim was a decent pi- they were divorced) had major international careers and Antonio Carlos
anist, guitarist and singer, he was not as comfortable with live performing Jobim permanently became a household name. Within a few years of
and touring as he was with composing and recording. It would fall to Joao Getz/Gilberto, the rise of the Beatles and rock had completely overshadowed
Gilberto to bring out the beauty in Jobims songs. bossa nova and it was no longer on the pop charts. However the music is
Gilberto, who was born in 1931 and is still active today, began playing gui- now considered a classic style and its best songs are standards that are still
tar when he was 14. He worked as a singer on the radio as a teenager and in beloved and performed today.
1950 moved to Rio de Janeiro where at first he worked with the vocal group Glenn Zottola is best known as a hot swing jazz trumpeter who has occa-
Garotos da Lua. While he made his recording debut in 1951, he struggled sionally played alto, but on this project he performs melodic versions of 11
for several years in obscurity and poverty. During this period, Gilberto de- bossa nova classics on tenor. Although I always loved the tenor, whether it
veloped a very personal vocal and guitar style that was both introverted and was Sonny Rollins or Lester Young, I only really started digging into the
haunting, using gentle rhythms that were similar to what Jobim was devel- tenor a few years ago. For this project, I used a duplicate of Stan Getzs
oping. He wrote Bim Bom which was possibly the earliest bossa nova mouthpiece. My goal was to get as close to his beautiful sound as possible.
song. In 1956 he met Jobim and they were both very impressed with each I love how Stan, who had monster chops, scaled himself back during his
others complementary musical style. Two years later Gilberto, with his bossa nova performances to adopt a really appropriate and melodic ap-
whispery singing, introduced Jobims Chega de Saudade (No More Blues) proach, keeping it simple and beautiful. Stan Getz saw what bossa nova was
on a recording that was included in the 1959 Lp of the same name. The about and he fit his sound into the understated and gentle music.
album sold extremely well, helping lead to the popularity of bossa nova in The program begins with Luiz Bonfs Manha de Carnival (A Day In The
Brazil. Other Gilberto records followed. Life Of A Fool) from Black Orpheus, the song that for many Americans in
It would still be a little time before bossa nova reached the United States. the late 1950s/early 60s was the first time that they heard a bossa nova.
Visiting Americans who heard the music in Brazil were enthusiastic about As is true on each of these performances, Glenn Zottolas sound, while pur-
the new style, including flutist Herbie Mann and most notably guitarist posely close to that of Stan Getzs, also includes a bit of his own musical
Charlie Byrd (1925-99). Byrd was already considered an unusual guitarist personality. He utilizes Getzs melodic approach, caressing the theme while
in the jazz world because, although very familiar with Charlie Christian, improvising in subtle ways through his phrasing, use of space and timing.
he was more strongly influenced by both Django Reinhardt and the classical The Girl From Ipanema, bossa novas most popular song, is played beau-
guitarist Andres Segovia (with whom he had studied). By the late 1950s, tifully by Zottola. Not known to many listeners is that the main part of the
Byrd was playing and recording jazz in the Washington D.C. area, specializ- melody utilizes the same chord changes as Take The A Train although
ing in the acoustic guitar. His repertoire included classical pieces and tradi- the middle section (the bridge) is quite original. More than a half century
tional songs from Brazil. In the spring of 1961, Byrd toured South America since its introduction, the melody of The Girl From Ipanema is still one of
(including Brazil) for the State Department and returned home very enthu- the most famous in the world.
siastic about the new bossa nova music. Back in the U.S., he introduced Stan Gentle Rain, written by Luiz Bonf for the 1965 film The Gentle Rain,
Getz to the recordings of Jobim and Gilberto. Getz became very enthusiastic has been recorded by many singers through the years including Barbra
and the two agreed to collaborate on a recording project. Streisand and Irene Kral. Zottola puts a great deal of quiet emotion into this
The resulting album, which was released in 1962, was Jazz Samba. To version.
everyones surprise it not only entered Billboards pop charts but by March Although One Note Samba has had many vocal versions through the
1963 was the #1 selling album. A single, Desafinado, was a huge hit and years, including Joao Gilberto in 1960, the most famous rendition was the
it launched a bossa nova craze in the United States. Soon it seemed as if every instrumental performance by Getz and Charlie Byrd on Jazz Samba. Zottola
performer, whether they understood the subtleties of Brazilian melodies wisely sticks closely to the melody.
and rhythms or not, was releasing a bossa nova album. While Byrd and Getz Once I Loved (or O Amor Em Paz) was introduced by Joao Gilberto in
never worked together again, Charlie Byrd became one of the major inter- 1961 and performed by Jobim himself on piano on a 1963 recording. Zot-
preters of bossa nova, helping through his performances and recordings to tolas conversational playing sounds a bit as if he is speaking to the listener.
make many of the Jobim songs into standards.
Dindi was written by Jobim in 1966 for the Brazilian singer Sylvia
Stan Getz (1927-91) had already had a remarkable career before he became Telles whose nickname was Dindi. The thoughtful melody was recorded
involved in bossa nova. He was a professional with major bands by 1943 through the years by everyone from Sinatra to Wayne Shorter, Sarah
when as a 16-year old he was with the Jack Teagarden Orchestra. Getz Vaughan to Willie Bobo.
worked with Stan Kenton, Jimmy Dorsey and Benny Goodman before gain-
Baubles, Bangles And Beads, a swing standard from 1953, was trans-
ing fame as one of the Four Brothers with Woody Hermans Second Herd
formed into bossa nova on the classic album Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos
during 1947-49. His solo on Early Autumn helped to introduce his beau-
Jobim. It is an example of how most swing tunes could become a bossa nova
tiful Lester Young-inspired tone. In the 1950s Getz was heard in many set-
if given the right type of rhythms. It also points out Jobims ties to the jazz
tings including a classic quintet with guitarist Jimmy Raney, a hit recording
tradition.
of Moonlight In Vermont with guitarist Johnny Smith, recordings with
Dizzy Gillespie, appearances with Jazz At The Philharmonic, and a period Jobims Meditation (Meditacao) is one of those songs whose melody is
spent in Europe. more familiar than its title. It is one of the more beautiful bossa nova tunes.
One of its earlier versions was by Cal Tjader in 1962.
Getz had the perfect tone on his tenor for bossa nova, gentle and light while
he caressed the warm melodies. His tenor seemed to emulate the singing Triste, which means sad in Portuguese, was recorded by Jobim in
style of Joao Gilberto. After recording Jazz Samba, Getz explored bossa nova 1967. As with many bossa novas, the melody is both quietly joyful and a
for the next two years. He recorded Big Band Bossa Nova (with arrangements bit melancholy.
by Gary McFarland), Jazz Samba Encore with Luiz Bonf, and co-led Stan Also from the Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim album, I Concentrate
Getz/Laurindo Almeida with the great Brazilian guitarist Almeida. On You is given a bossa nova treatment that could lead one into believing
In 1963, when the market was very saturated with bossa nova recordings, that it was written in Brazil in 1960 rather than by Cole Porter in 1940
Stan Getz went back to the original source, teaming up with Antonio Carlos New York.
Jobim (heard on piano) and singer-guitarist Joao Gilberto for Getz/Gilberto. Concluding this highly enjoyable set of classic bossa novas is Luiz Bonfs
The most famous song on both this album and in bossa nova history came Samba De Orfeu, given an infectious version by Glenn Zottola that brings
together a bit by accident. The Girl From Ipanema features Gilbertos us back to the beginnings of bossa nova.
singing in Portuguese and Getzs tenor. However it was felt that it should More than 50 years after The Girl From Ipanema, bossa nova is a perma-
also have a vocal in English. Since Joao Gilberto did not know English very nent part of American music, and Antonio Carlos Jobim is recognized as one
well, his wife Astrud Gilberto (born in 1940), who had never sung profes- of the greatest songwriters of the 20th century. Glenn Zottola does the
sionally before, was pressed into service at the last minute. Her simple and music justice. Scott Yanow, author of 11 books including
basic delivery, which was quietly sensuous, was the secret weapon that made The Great Jazz Guitarists, The Jazz Singers,
The Girl From Ipanema into a million seller. Also featured on this album Jazz On Film and Jazz On Record 1917-76
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GLENN ZOTTOLA
Bossa, Bonf and Black Orpheus
...a tribute to Stan Getz

CONTENTS
Complete Minus Page
Track Track

bm TUNING NOTES

1 bn BLACK ORPHEUS (4:36)................................................4

2 bo THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA (3:02)................................................9

3 bp GENTLE RAIN (4:29) ..............................................13

4 bq ONE NOTE SAMBA (2:32) ..............................................18

5 br ONCE I LOVED (3:45) ..............................................22

6 bs DINDI (3:40) ..............................................27

7 bt BAUBLES, BANGLES & BEADS (2:37) ..............................................32

8 cu MEDITATION (2:58) ..............................................36

9 cl TRISTE (2:15) ..............................................40

bk cm I CONCENTRATE ON YOU (2:41) ..............................................44

bl cn SAMBA DE ORFEU (5:28) ..............................................48

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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

Once I Loved
Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim
English Words by Ray Gilbert
Original Words by Vinicius DeMoraes

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GLENN'S SOLO

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and I gave so muchlove to this love, youwere the

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world
to me. Once I cried at the

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thought
I wasfool -ish and proud and let you saygood - bye.

Copyright 1962, 1967 Editora Arapua


Copyright Renewed Corcovado Music Corp. and VM Enterprises
Used by permission. All rights reserved. International Copyright Secured.
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came and
brought
me love a - gain. Now

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I know, that no mat - ter what - ev - er be -

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falls I'll nev - er letyou go; I will holdyou close,

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make you stay. Be-cause love is the sad - dest

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thing when it goes a-way. Be
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thing when it goes a - way.

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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

Dindi
Words and Music by Antonio Carlos Jobim,
Ray Gilbert and Oliveira Louis

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ORIG. MELODY

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Sky, so vast is the sky with far - a - way


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clouds just wan - der - ing by, where do they go?

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Wind that speaks to the leaves, tell - ing stor - ies that no - one be -

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lieves. Sto - ries of love be - long to

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you and me. Oh, Din -

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di, if I on - ly had words I would say all the beau - ti - ful

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things that I see when you're with me, oh my Din - di.

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Oh, Din - di, like the

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song of the wind in the trees, that's how my heart is sing - ing, Din - di,

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hap - py Din - di, when you're with me.

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I love you more each day, yes I do, yes I

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do. I'd let you go a - way if you

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take me with you. Don'tyou

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know Din - di, I'd be run - ning and search - ing for

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you like a riv - er that can't find the sea, that would be me with-out

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you, my Din - di.

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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

Baubles, Bangles and Beads


Robert Wright and George Forrest

3
G m7 C7 G m7 C7 G m7 C7

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GLENN'S SOLO

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ORIG. MELODY
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Bau - bles, ban - gles, hear how they jing, jin - a - ling - a, bau - bles,

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ban - gles, bright shi - ny beads. Spark - les, span - gles,

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All Rights Controlled by Scheffel Music Corp.
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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33

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my heart will sing, sing - a - ling - a, wear - ing bau - bles,

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ban - gles and beads. You'll glit - - - ter and gleam

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so, make some - bo - dy dream. So that some - day,

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he may buy you a ring, ring - a - ling - a, I've heard that's where it

MMO 12225
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34

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leads. Wear - ing bau - bles, bang - les, beads.

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MMO 12225
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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

Meditation
Antonio Carlos Jobim

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GLENN'S SOLO B 7sus B7

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ORIG. MELODY
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In my lone - li - ness, whenyou're

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3 3 3

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3

b
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3 3
gone and I'm all by my - self and I need your car - ess.

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All Rights Controlled by Scheffel Music Corp.
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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37

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D m7 F m6


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I just think of you and the

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3 3 3

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thought of you hold-ing me near makesmy lone - li-ness soon dis - ap - pear.

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Though you're far a-way I have on ly to close my eyes,

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and you are back to stay. I

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just close my eyes, and the

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sad - nessthat mis-sing you brings soon is gone and this heart of mine sings.

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Yes, I love you so, and that for me is

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all I need to know.

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I will wait for you til the sun falls from out of the

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sky for what else can I do? I will

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wait for you, med - i - ta-ting how sweet
live will be when you come back to me.

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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

Triste
Antonio Carlos Jobim

A bMaj7(#4)

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GLENN'S SOLO

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ORIG. MELODY

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3
w w
J J J
& J J

Copyright 1963, 1968 Antonio Carlos Jobim. Copyright Renewed and Assigned to Scheffel Music Corp., New York, NY
All Rights Controlled by Scheffel Music Corp.
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
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MMO 12225
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SOLO B b TENOR SAX

I Concentrate On You
Cole Porter

()
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G 7 GLENN'S SOLO
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When - ev - er skies look gray to me

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and troub-le be - gins to brew.

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## b b n nw

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When - ev - er the win - ter winds be - come too strong.

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A 7 #5
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I con - cen - trate on you.

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When for - tune cries "Nay, nay" to me

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