Glória Ettari CD




Gloria Ettari releases her first solo CD.

The concept of the CD was predicated on the notion that Gloria would create a sonority that would allow for a freer approach in the interpretation of different musical styles while integrating both vocal and instrumental textures.

It is an honest CD that documents the experiences lived by the singer in her journey from Naples to Rio de Janeiro. Curiosity, fear, and the desire to discover new things are some of the themes highlighted on the record- the dream!

In Gloria´s words, the album is a musical journey from past to present showcasing a beautiful mixture of sounds and cultures; ranging from the pure and simple melodies that mark italian music to the refined compositional style of the great Brazilian songwriters.

The repertory is composed of eight compositions written, arranged, and produced by Massimo Deda as well as his Italian versions of two of Roberto Carlos´s hits.

All of this was made possible by the participation of excellent musicians who were able to capture both the intimate and more explosive moments.


Vocals Glória Éttari

Acoustic and electric guitar , compositions & arrangements Massimo Deda

Bass and acoustic bass Ney Conceição

Drums Marcinho Pereira

Tenor and soprano saxophones , flute and clarinet Josué Lopez

Accordion Vitor Gonçalves

Percussion Regis Gonçalves & João Bani

Horn arrangements on songs 2,5,7,9 Bruno Santos

(Josué Lopez, sax tenor - José Arimatéa, Trumpet - Gilmar Ferreira, Trombone)

Recorded and mixed by Cia Dos Técnicos – RJ

Sound engineer William Luna Junior

Assistant engineer Daniel Alcoforado

Mastered by Classic Máster - Carlos Freitas – SP

Photo & Design Leonardo Miranda

Stylist Maria Clara Wermelinger

Make-up Hingrid Z





  • Arlequim Bookshop: Square XV de Novembro, 48 - Store 1 (Centro)
  • Travessa Bookstore: Street Visconde de Pirajá, 572 (Ipanema)
  • Travessa Bookstore: Street Sete de Setembro, 54 (Centro)
  • Travessa Bookstore: Avenue of the Americas, 4666 (Barra da Tijuca)


CD Cover Glória Ettari