Probably one of the most important interpreters of frevo-canção and frevo-de-rua of most occasions, Claudionor Germano was Mestre Capiba’s favourite interpreter. Enjoying large recognition in these local genres, Germano experienced an opportunity to present his skill overseas in the U.S. (Miami and NY) and Tokyo, Japan, in the excursion Vôo perform Frevo. Having began his artistic profession in the middle-’40s in the Rádio Clube de Pernambuco, in 1947 Germano became the crooner for the Ases perform Ritmo, a vocal group that was granted Best of the entire year in 1948. In 1951 he documented using the Ases perform Ritmo the samba “European union Não Posso Viver Sem Mulher” (compiled by Victor Simon/David Natural) as well as the march “Vai Ser Pra Mim” (José Roy/Vladimir de Melo/Orlando Monello). In 1953 Germano documented his initial record using the frevo-canção “História de Pierrô” (Genival Macedo/Hilário Marcelino). Having made a decision to become a single musician, Germano was employed with the Rádio Tamandaré and with the Rádio Jornal perform Comércio. Learning to be a Television artist using the same group, he shortly achieved regional achievement. During many years he was the crooner for the Nelson Ferreira Orchestra and, after 1954, he joined up with the cast from the Rozemblit documenting business. In 1955 Germano participated in the initial documenting from the Mocambo documenting business (in Pernambuco, Brazil) using the frevo-canção “Boneca” (Aldemar Paiva/José Meneses). In 1957 he documented the “Frevo nº 3” (Antônio Maria). His initial individual documenting was using the frevo-canção “Super-Campeão” (Nelson Ferreira) as well as the march “O Mais Querido” (Capiba). 2 yrs later on he released his 1st LP, O Que European union Fiz…E Você Gostou/Carnaval Cantado de Nelson Ferreira. The next one, Capiba — 25 Anos de Frevo (also from 1959), focused on the grasp Capiba’s compositions, broke product sales records. Carnaval Arriveça com “C” de Capiba (1961) was another launch focused on the functions by the key composer. Also in 1961 Germano was granted the Best Vocalist of Tadio and Television from the Northeast for the to begin four consecutive occasions. In the same 12 months he had one of is own biggest strikes with “A Mesma Rosa Amarela” (Capiba/Carlos Pena Filho), from your LP Sambas de Capiba. Within the next 12 months he had achievement using the samba “Manhã da Tecelã” (Capina/Carlos Pena Filho). In 1966 he participated in the I Event Internacional da Canção/FIC (International Track Event) with “Canção perform Amor Que Não Vem” (Capiba). Within the next 12 months he earned 5th put in place the national part of the same event with “São Perform Norte Operating-system Que Vêm” (Capiba/Ascenso Ferreira). Having documented 124 tunes by Capiba, in 1984 Germano participated in the tribute LP Capiba 80 Anos that commemorated the 80th birthday from the composer. As well as Expedito Baracho and Martha & the Orquestra de Cordas Dedilhadas de Pernambuco, he interpreted “É de Amargar,” “Maria Bethânia,” and “Sem Lei Nem Rei.” In 2000 Germano created and released, with achievement, the three-CD package set Paranambuco, focused on frevo-canção, frevo-de-bloco, and maracatu/cabocolinho.