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Neffa

The person who goes on the name Neffa was created Giovanni Pellino in 1967 in Scafati, Italy, a little town near Naples, but he spent a lot of his youth in the northern cities of Turin and Bologna. He started his musical profession being a drummer in a variety of …

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Edú Lobo

A traveling force behind the rise from the MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) audio, singer/composer Edú Lobo was created in Rio de Janeiro in 1943; at 18 he produced his initial trio with Dori Caymmi and the fantastic Marcos Valle, and in 1962 forged a long-term composing relationship with renowned lyricist …

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Club 8

Shaped in 1995, Golf club 8 became among the pillars of Sweden’s pop scene having a string of melodic, eclectic albums. Users Karolina Komstedt and Johan Angergård experienced previously worked collectively in the music group Poprace, and their fresh group — which started as a documenting project before developing right …

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João Gilberto

When discussing bossa nova, possibly the signature pop music sound of Brazil, often the first name to come quickly to one’s lips is that of Antonio Carlos Jobim. With music like “THE LADY From Ipanema” and “Desafindo,” Jobim virtually set the typical for the creation from the bossa nova in …

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Hamilton de Holanda

Having used Hermeto Pascoal, Zélia Duncan, Marco Pereira, Marcos Ariel, Rosa Passos, among others, Hamilton de Holanda was a kid prodigy who verified his virtuosic talent on the choro mandolin. Together with his single career, he shows mandolin on the School of Brasília and in the Escola de Choro Raphael …

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Moreno Veloso

Moreno Veloso, child of Brazilian music icon Caetano Veloso, began singing at age three, increasing his organic skills while learning how exactly to play traditional guitar 6 years later on. Veloso produced his songwriting debut in 1982 with “Um Canto de Afoxé Em virtude de Bloco perform lle,” that is …

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Rosa Passos

Rosa Passos is among the few performers currently in Brazil focused on a genuine advancement of Brazilian music, without fashionable development and commercialism. She’s established herself solidly within the country’s creative scenery, recognized by many such as for example João Gilberto, Maria Schneider, Clare Fisher, Paquito d’Rivera, Johnny Alf, Nana …

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Miúcha

Sister of Chico Buarque, Ana de Hollanda, and Cristina Buarque; and mom of Bebel Gilberto, Miúcha grew up within an intellectual environment where Vinícius de Moraes was a normal. Surviving in Italy where her dad (historian Sérgio Buarque de Holanda) trained, she used to go to additional countries performing with …

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Helio Delmiro

Hélio Delmiro is really a refined, self-taught musician who all developed a unique Brazilian jazz design over the violão (classical guitar), taking your guitar mostly when amplification is necessary. He spent some time working with many an excellent international titles in jazz and well-known music generally, and it has been …

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Cauby Peixoto

Cauby Peixoto is known as by many as Brazil’s best singer. Along with his velvety and low timbre, inspired by Orlando Silva and Nat “Ruler” Cole, Peixoto coined a person design interpreting a kaleidoscope of styles which range from tongue-in-cheek cheesy boleros to mambo (specifically in the first ’70s), intimate …

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