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Passarinho do Mato (Bird of the Jungle) by Amy Duncan and Brass Tacks

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Album Title: My Joy
Label: Independent Records
Released: 2002

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Better bred big band.

About the Album

This is a lively, melodic samba written and arranged by Amy Duncan for her 10-piece ensemble Brass Tacks, which includes seven brass and rhythm section. The trumpet soloist is Brazilian Jessé Sadoc.

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February 1, 2015

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