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Ana Martins

The little girl of composers Nelson Ângelo and Joyce and sister of Clara Moreno, Ana Martins were only available in the music business at four, taking part in her mother’s recordings (such as for example “Clareana,” a song called after her and her sister). An associate of children’s choirs, she …

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Myron

R&B vocalist/composer Myron was created in Cleveland; the kid of the preacher, he was raised performing in his father’s cathedral, also understanding how to enjoy keyboards and drums. Upon relocating to Philadelphia, Myron performed within a jazz music group; in 1996, his melody “Sistas” appeared in the soundtrack towards the …

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Ataulfo Alves

Son from the violeiro (Brazilian viola participant), repentista (verse improviser), and harmonica participant Severino Alves de Souza, Ataulfo Alves in age group eight already was responding in verses to his father’s desafios (reducing contests). Getting an orphan at age group ten, he proved helpful in several careers, shifting to Rio …

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Arthur Verocai

Brazilian folk-jazz composer and arranger Arthur Verocai was created in Rio de Janeiro about June 17, 1945. The merchandise of a traditional music education, he 1st earned widespread interest in 1966, when Leny Andrade documented his track “Olhando o Mar” on her behalf LP WE HAVE BEEN There. Embracing the …

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Airto Moreira

Probably the most high-profile percussionist from the 1970s but still being among the most famous, Airto Moreira (often simply known by his first name) helped make percussion an important section of many modern jazz groups; his tambourine solos can boundary within the amazing. Airto originally analyzed acoustic guitar and piano …

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Tom Jobim

b. Antonio Carlos Brasileiro de Almeida Jobim, 25 January 1927, Rio de Janiero, Brazil, d. 8 Dec 1994, NY, USA. Jobim can rightfully state to have began the bossa nova motion when, as movie director of Odeon Information, he gave his friend João Gilberto his very own structure ‘Chega De …

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Titãs

Perhaps one of the most important sets of the Brazilian rock and roll design that blossomed within the ’80s, Titãs’ singularity was affirmed by their intelligent lyrics, which sometimes resorted to cement poetry and public criticism. The group ultimately became mainstream and dropped their leading edge through orchestrations along with …

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Agua de Moringa

Modern choro instrumental group shaped by musicians from the Condition University or college of Rio de Janeiro (Uni-Rio) in 1989, the Água de Moringa was quickly named an innovative and solidly ready choro group occupying an absolute position within the modernization from the idiom. Experienced accompanists of rootsy sambistas, each …

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Arnaldo DeSouteiro

In Brazilian jazz circles, Arnaldo DeSouteiro instructions the type of respect and admiration that Orrin Keepnews and Quincy Jones appreciate in america — he’s a heavyweight manufacturer who spent some time working with his talk about of main Brazilian artists, just like Keepnews and Jones are well-known for the American …

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Agepê

Agepê had country wide achievement in his short life-span, recording 8 LPs and CDs from 1984 to 1994. An associate from the Ala dos Compositores (Composer’s Wing) from the Portela samba college, he had popular in 1975 using the solitary Moro Onde Não Mora Ninguém. But nationwide success really was …

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