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José Miguel Wisnik

A composer who provides his solid erudite foundation in literature and music to his songwriting, José Miguel Wisnik was revealed in the motion referred to as vanguarda paulista. Together with his personal single discography, his tracks were documented by performers like Gal Costa, Paulo Ricardo, Cida Moreira, Quarteto em Cy, …

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Rosana Toledo

Starting out an enchanting singer, Rosana Toledo was also successful in the disco and MPB designs with her gospel-tinged vocal interpretations. Performing since her early teenagers in her father’s group Casanova’s, she produced her debut in the MPB Shell Event (Television Globo) in 1981, but her first strike was included …

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Robson Miguel

Author of over 130 music parts, the instrumentalist/conductor/composer Robson Miguel launched his function in European countries in 1991 on the Gran Teatro Monumental de Madri Movie theater in Spain, both single and backed by his 92-person orchestra, within a concert organized with the Spanish Television place RTVE. Having documented 22 …

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Toni Platão

Toni Platão appeared within the Brazilian rock and roll scene along with his music group Hojerizah in the ’80s. Using the group’s dissolution, he continued with his single career, benefiting from his uncommon (among Brazilian rock and roll rings) vocal timbre. With Picassos Falsos’ (Hojerizah’s change ego) guitarist Gustavo Corsi, …

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Roberto Martins

Roberto Martins was the author of many classics from the Golden Age group of the Brazilian track, recorded by lots of the best interpreters of the time. His first tracks were created when he was 15. Leonel Faria documented the tracks “Regenerado” and “Segredo” for the very first time in …

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Lia de Itamaracá

A composer/singer/dancer in the styles of ciranda, coco, and maracatu, Lia de Itamaracá in her 43-calendar year career has turned into a main cultural guide for Pernambuco and Brazil, also if she’s spent her lifestyle in the outskirts from the mass media. Her many compositions were hardly ever created and …

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Golpe de Estado

Hardcore punk foursome Golpe de Estado became among the leading rings of its genre in Costa Rica, executing songs linked to neighborhood social problems especially of concern to teenagers. A festival known as Escándalo (Scandal) happened to introduce regional punk rock and roll and ska. It had been a chance …

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Jorge Cardoso

Winner from the Choro Event from the Condition of Rio de Janeiro in 2001 along with his structure “Balançadinho,” Jorge Cardoso consolidated for any wider target audience the acknowledgement already established by instrumentalists whom he previously played with, want Hermeto Pascoal, Zé Menezes, Cliff Korman, Lula Galvão, Leandro Braga, Altamiro …

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Edvaldo Santana

A soulful lyricist with an outsider’s point of view (and therefore lacking in business problems), Edvaldo Santana launched his first album in 1976, Matéria-Prima. He was a normal through the bubbling picture across the Lira Paulistana movie theater in São Paulo, in the past due ’70s and early ’80s, where …

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Selma Reis

Selma Reis is a talented singer who’s focused on a private repertory. Her family members had a solid enthusiasm for serestas, that was fundamental for the shaping of her like for music. Reis researched vocal technique in Brazil and France. In 1987 she documented her first recording, Selma Reis (self-employed). …

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