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August 23, 2005 Brazilian bossa nova music became a worldwide sensation in the 1960s. Since then, it's become a virtual cliche for soft, sensual romanticism. These days, a new generation of Brazilian singers is revisiting the genre. One of them is Celso Fonseca.
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June 1, 2005 New music from The White Stripes; Sultry singer Leslie Feist; Brazilian musician Celso Fonseca; A sneak preview of new Sufjan Stevens; Live in concert with The Magnetic Fields; Thumb piano amped up by Konono No.1; Zimbabwean singer Oliver Mtukudzi; British digi-pop from Electrelane; South London punk rockers Bloc Party; A new EP from Secret Machines.
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August 8, 2003 New music from Bruce Cockburn; Norah Jones' songwriter Jesse Harris; Dreamy Brazilian pop from Celso Fonseca; Violin virtuoso Andrew Bird; New bluegrass from Blue Highway; Post punk from New York's Interpol. Featured Artist: Barry and Holly Tashian.
May 22, 2003 Music critic Michelle Mercer reviews new recordings from two Brazilian artists: Natural by Celso Fonseca, and the self-titled Blue Note debut by the Tribalistas. She says both will put you in the mood for summer.
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