Nouvelle (former Nouvelle Food) is an organization that appeared in 1987 and it is focused on acoustic jazz renditions for American requirements. The first recording, Nouvelle Food, was documented in 1988, where in fact the spots were switched for the revelation vocalist Carlos Fernando, visibly affected by Mel Tormé. Sluggish Food (1991) is usually a turning stage, where Brazilian music may be the pièce de level of resistance, with “Luzes” (created specifically for the group by Caetano Veloso) and involvement by Gal Costa. In 1995, Flávio Mancini remaining the group, which continuing to explore the Brazilian repertory within the next recording, Novelhonovo. Carlos Fernando departed for his single career, as well as the group, implementing the name Nouvelle, released their 4th record in 2000, Totally free Bossa, interpreting Duke Ellington (“Arrive Weekend”), Django Rheinhardt/Stephane Grapelli (“Tears”), Dorival Caymmi (“Quem Vem Pra Beira Perform Mar”), Edu Lobo/Torquato Neto (“Pra Dizer Adeus”), folklore of Bahia (“Sereia”), and originals.