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Brazil's Fat Lady Can't Sing, But She Can Still Do the Bossa Nova

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by: JOSMAR F. LOPES Foreword By Gerald Thomas
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Publication Date: October 9, 2021
Book Size: 6.13" x 9.21"
Pages: 673
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781792364181
$36.95

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Book Synopsis
A multi-part series of studies, Part One of which takes a look at the ups and downs of Brazilian opera over the years; Part Two examines the careers of two well-known entertainers; Part Three covers the world of modern Brazilian cinema; Part Four concentrates on the soccer phenomenon; Part Five analyzes bossa nova’s effect on jazz and popular music; Part Six spends quality time backstage with the theater; and Part Seven discusses topics that, in more ways than one, point the way towards a better understanding of opera, theater, pop music, and sports in Brazil.
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JOSMAR F. LOPES was educated in the Bronx and Manhattan. A graduate of the New York City public school system, Josmar holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Fordham University’s Rose Hill Campus, a Certificate in Management Practices from New York University, and Diplomas in Paralegal Studies from NYU’s Adult Education Program and in Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language from the New School for Social Research. He currently resides in Raleigh, North Carolina