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Délio e Delinha

The main duo from Mato Grosso do Sul and having influenced caipira (hillbilly) music across the country, Délio e Delinha recorded with success in 1959 the initial rasqueados “Malvada” and “Cidades Irmãs.” Within the next 12 months, they documented other classics, like the rasqueados “Prenda Querida” and “Querendo Você” (this with Biguá). In 1961, they documented the initial cana-verde “Louvor a São João” as well as the arrasta-pé “Triste Verdade.” Within the next 12 months, they had achievement with the initial rasqueados “Coisinha Querida,” “Goianinha,” and “Estrela perform Luar,” and in 1963, using the maxixe “Mundo de Ilusão” as well as the cana-verde “Triste Adeus.” Additional important compositions documented from the duo had been the rasqueado “Lembrando Mato Grosso” as well as the maxixe “Esperança Perdida.” In the ’90s, the duo experienced many classics re-recorded on the CD made by Paulo Simõsera, he himself greatly affected by them like a composer.

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