Bianca Rossini re releases video and song ‘Meu Amor’ for her recently released November 2012 ‘Meu Amor’ collection. The song is quite appropriate for the up and coming Brazilian Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day events. ‘Meu Amor’ translated from Portuguese to English means “My Love.” ‘Meu Amor’ exemplifies the Bossa Nova genre of something new and something in vogue. A half a century after Bossa Nova’s introduction to the world, the music continues to evolve; case in point, the song ‘Meu Amor.’
The video, ‘Meu Amor’ provides a flattering compliment to the song. The video brilliantly tells the story of ‘Meu Amor’ and embraces the passion behind the music. The video has a theatrical cinematic quality shot in black and white. Shooting videos in black and white take more thought, creativity and effort to make it appealing to watch. ‘Meu Amor’ cleverly utilizes shadows and lights to enhance the video experience. ‘Meu Amor’ features romantic exotic locations and choreographed dancing of Bianca Rossini. ‘Meu Amor’ is not merely a music video set to one single picture for the duration of the song. Enjoy the video to the song ‘Meu Amor’ on video jukebox on NewporterJazz.
Beginning in January, featured in the up and coming Third annual Brazil Bossa Nova tribute on NewporterJazz is music from Bianca Rossini. Enjoy the song ‘Meu Amor’ on great jazz stations such as NewporterJazz. ‘Meu Amor’ by Bianca Rossini is clear undisputable confirmation that Bossa Nova is a thriving, exciting genre, providing new and vogue music to a world often saturated with uninspired and unoriginal music.