The vocal duo formed with the twin sisters Célia e Celma experienced a variety of styles which range from Italian music, bossa nova, MPB, and jovem guarda, to finally turn out dedicating itself to recovering upcountry folk music from their house state of Minas Gerais. These were granted, in 1995, the name Embaixador perform Centenário (Centennial’s Ambassador) because of their function in the assistance of the favorite lifestyle of Minas Gerais. In addition they hosted it present Encontro com Célia e Celma (Canal Rural, 1998), which shown upstate performers. Their analysis included an array of tracks by Ary Barroso specialized in the Mineiro folk design, leading to the Compact disc Ary Mineiro (1997), with items just like the cateretê “Laço Branco” as well as the (unpublished) valse “A Tristeza Dos Sinos.” Célia and Celma began to perform inside a circus at ago five, interpreting sertanejo and Italian tunes. Soon they truly became an appeal of the neighborhood radio, performing jingles. At college they created a band where Celma performed the dual bass and Célia the drums. By the finish of from the 1960s, these were carrying out regularly on Television shows, when they had been asked by Luís Carlos Vinhas to become listed on his group O Som Psicodélico de Luís Carlos Vinhas. Shifting to São Paulo using the group, they debuted in the Blow Up golf club. In the first ’70s, both sisters came back to Rio, developing with Carlos Imperial the vocal trio A Turma da Pesada, while also carrying out at balls with trombonist Ed Maciel and his orchestra. In 1975, they remained in Japan for any six-month time of year. In 1983-1984, they toured Brazil with vocalist Cauby Peixoto in the granted display Dance com Cauby. In 1986, Célia e Celma performed with Emílio Santiago in a number of Brazilian capitals in the Pixinguinha task. Their first single album didn’t arrive until 1987. As stars, they performed in the comic display Os Trapalhõsera (Television Globo) and in the cleaning soap opera Ana Raio e Zé Trovão (Television Manchete), also having participated in the documentary Carrego Comigo (Chico Teixeira, 2000).