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Ciro de Souza

Author of “Tenha Pena de Mim” (written with Babaú), recorded by Aracy de Almeida in 1938, Ciro de Souza also wrote “Marido da Orgia” (recorded by Aracy in 1937) and “Comigo Não” (recorded by Linda Batista in 1941). Souza was boy from the music group get better at and chorão (choro participant) Belarmino de Sousa. At 19, he had written his initial samba to get a Carnival bloco from the São Cristóvão borough in Rio de Janeiro. Having debuted appropriately in 1933 being a radio vocalist, he had for the reason that period his sambas documented by Jaime Vogeler, Luís Barbosa, and Moreira da Silva, you start with “Olha Pro Céu” (1934, by Jaime Vogeler). Souza was also a crooner in the orchestras of Fon-Fon, Napoleão Tavares, and Simon Bountman. His biggest strikes may also be “Beijo na Boca” (created with Augusto Garcez, documented by Ciro Monteiro in 1940); “A Mulher Que European union Gosto” (created with Wilson Batista, documented by Monteiro in 1941); “Juraci” (created with Antônio Almeida, documented by Vassourinha in 1941); “Cho-Chô” (created with Antônio Almeida, documented with the Anjos perform Inferno in the same season); and “Vai Trabalhar” (documented in 1942 by Aracy de Almeida).

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