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Lilian

Lílian (Sílvia Lília Barrie Knapp) had tremendous success in the 60’s through the Jovem Guarda using the intimate duo Leno e Lilian, with hits like “Pobre Menina” (Russel, version by Leno), “Eu Não Sabia que Você Existia” (Renato Barros/Tony) and “Devolva-me” (Lílian/Renato Barros, re-recorded with success in 2001 by Eliana Printes). Being a single performer/composer following the dissolution from the duo in 1968, Lílian got her “Como Se Fosse Meu Irmão” (1975) contained in the soundtrack from the film Pixote, offering 500,000 copies. With Paulo Coelho’s edition for “Sou Rebelde” (“Soy Rebelde”, by M. Alejandro), Lílian marketed one million copies in 1979, and within the next season she marketed 850,000 types of “Uma Música Lenta” (Ed Wilson/Robert Livi). For the reason that amount of great reputation she toured Brazil, executing also in Argentina, Colombia and Chile. She’s got her compositions documented also by Sandy e Júnior, Sandra de Sá, Zezé di Camargo e Luciano and José Augusto.

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