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Maria Bethânia

Maria Bethânia, sister of Caetano Veloso, is really a renowned singer on her behalf own. Her scenic, dramatic capabilities, inside a profoundly Brazilian custom, make her shows quite personal, which includes brought her an enormous and faithful target audience over the years. As a kid, she wished to become an …

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Moacir Santos

One of many Brazilian arrangers, having renovated the country’s harmonic vocabulary within the ’50s, the underrated Moacir Santos had nevertheless an extremely influential role seeing that he had seeing that his pupils, within the ’60s: Paulo Moura, Oscar Castro-Neves, Baden Powell, Maurício Einhorn, Geraldo Vespar, Bola Sete, Sérgio Mendes, Dom …

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Hermeto Pascoal

A self-taught musician, Hermeto Pascoal ascended from his humble upcountry origins to a global acknowledgment still unfair to his music stature. Developing his ears from an early on age group at his grandfather’s blacksmith store, Pascoal used to get bits of iron and strike them, trying to generate music (never …

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Forro in the Dark

Upgrading a beloved traditional musical design for the wider modern audience is really a tricky proposition. Move too far and something runs the chance of offering the weakened simulacrum that merely adds several semi-exotic musical idioms into secure, bland American pop music. Don’t move far enough and something is trapped …

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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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Wilson DasNeves

Perhaps one of the most personal from the Brazilian drummers, Wilson das Neves in addition has been celebrated being a composer since 1997, having received the Clear award for his record O Som Sagrado de Wilson das Neves. Wilson das Neves had taken the drums at 14, initiated by Bituca, …

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A Cor Do Som

In the first ’70s, a Cor do Som was responsible, in great extent, for the revival from the choro idiom, influencing many music artists who have been young at that time and who afterwards develop noted careers within this style, just like the brothers Henrique Cazes, Beto Cazes, and many …

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Andréa Earnest Dias

One of the better Brazilian flutists of younger era, Andréa Earnest Dias has already established extensive participation within the music picture being a soloist and person in diverse formations and groupings. Dias provides performed in Brazil, Portugal, France, and america. As an associate of Roberto Gnattali’s Orquestra de Música Brasileira, …

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Mandrágora

Created in Costa Rica, Mandrágora burst onto the Central American rock and roll scene in 1995 with an unbiased record entitled Mar de Sangre, offering “Reina Nocturna” and “Traficantes.” The group quickly won an area contest and produced their first recording, known as Aroma de Muerte. The recording was officially …

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Daniel

Hailing from the town of Brotas within the Condition of São Paulo, Daniel is a separate singer and activist (he began the Daniel Soccer Golf club, which raises cash for charity) having a penchant for balladry. Daniel mixes elements of spirit, funk, and traditional MPB into an intoxicating love that …

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