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Dalton Vogeler

Grandson from the conductor Henrique Vogeler and child from the violinist Carlos Vogeler Gomes, Dalton Vogeler’s initial recorded are a composer was the strike “Balada Triste” (with Esdras Silva) by Ângela Maria in 1959 (the track was recorded then by Agostinho dos Santos, as time passes receiving another 100 re-recordings in a number of idioms). In 1946, Dalton Vogeler created the Quinteto de Dalton, which performed in the Rádio Clube perform Brasil until 1949, after that changing to Rádio Tupi, where it remained until 1959. After 1950, Vogeler participated, as saxophonist and bassist, in a number of orchestras and smaller sized organizations, like Waldir Calmon, Waldir Azevedo, Zíngaro, Djalma Ferreira, Steve Bernard, Carlito e Seu Conjunto, Bob Fleming, and Orquestra Tabajara; having also performed frequently in the well-known nightclubs Sacha’s, Copacabana Palace, Vogue, and Au Bon Premium. Using the Conjunto de Waldir Azevedo he toured the South and Central Americas. After 1960, he became an effective producer, having proved helpful for several businesses including Copacabana, Odeon, RCA Victor, and Continental. In 1963, he collaborated in the business of travels that marketed Brazilian music overseas with governmental sponsoring, leading in 1964 the VII Caravana Oficial da Música Popular Brasileira (Formal Caravan of Brazilian Popular Music) through nine Europe. He also was the leader from the OMB (Brazilian Music artists’ Association) for quite some time. As a teacher, he is rolling out a pastime in psychoacoustics since 1978.

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