Garota de Ipanema Sign and Music notes and Lyrics, Rio De Janeiro

Sign find on the building structure.

Garota de Ipanema Restaurant Sign, Rio - DSC04255

A sketch of the first notes and chorus of the famous song nailed on the building wall.

First notes of the faous song on Restaurant Wall, Rio - DSC04256

The man, the legend and his Sax _ MG9233

Dr. Ed Calle, saxophonist extraordinaire, and winner 2015 Latin Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Album, (Mamblue) doing what he does best.  Here with an impressive rendition of the song “Poinciana- Song of the Tree,” honoring another legend Gato Barbieri dedicated to yours truly.

The man, the legend and his Sax _ MG9233

Pan Flute Player, MG_0183

The Pan Flute or Panpipes  was a musical wind instrument first used by the ancient Greeks. Most commonly played by shepherds.  The pan flute is named after Pan, the Greek god of nature often depicted with such an instrument. He is the god of shepherds. The pan flutes are a group of musical instruments based on the principle of the closed tubes, consisting of multiple pipes of gradually increasing length.  It is also a very popular instrument found in South America and often played by the natives in public areas.

I took that shot while visiting Baja California, Mexico in the summer.

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