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Humberto Araujo

Starting as a specialist in the ’80s, Humberto Araújo worked well as an arranger and instrumentalist for João Donato, Tim Maia, Jorge Ben Jor, Ivan Lins, Paralamas perform Sucesso, Elza Soares, Leny Andrade, Zé Ramalho, Carlos Lyra, Leila Pinheiro, Nelson Gonçalves, and Noca da Portela, amongst others. Like a composer, …

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Cícero Nunes

Cicero Nunes was an effective composer who also, in his best period, had popular each year. Nunes was documented by eminent performers such as for example Castro Barbosa, Carmen Miranda, Dircinha Batista, Barbosa Júnior, Patrício Teixeira, Araci de Almeida, Orlando Silva, Francisco Alves, Nelson Gonçalves, Isaurinha Garcia, Anísio Silva, Isaurinha …

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Henrique Annes

Henrique Annes, creator from the Orquestra de Cordas Dedilhadas de Pernambuco (Orchestra of Fingered Strings of Pernambuco), the Oficina de Cordas carry out Recife (Recife Strings Workshop, another group), and of the Orquestra Armorial (Armorial Orchestra), continues to be performing like a soloist of chamber and symphonic orchestras both in …

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Copinha

A dynamic sideman for documenting sessions, Copinha followed the stars Carmen Miranda, Francisco Alves, Mário Reis, Carlos Galhardo, Orlando Silva, Sílvio Caldas, Nuno Roland, Rui Rei, and many more in the Golden Age of song (between your ’30s and ’40s). Through the bossa nova years (past due ’50s to early …

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Elias Belmiro

Elias Belmiro, virtuoso violonista (acoustic guitarist), continues to be dedicating his profession towards the choro custom also to the violão functions by Heitor Villa-Lobos. His initial solo record, released in 1996 and focused on Villa-Lobos, got two of its paths contained in a compilation released by Time-Life publication that also …

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Duque

Duque found Rio when he was very young and made a decision to be a dental practitioner. Signed up for the Medicine University of Rio de Janeiro, he received his level around 1904. He held an workplace at Rua Uruguaiana, which acquired no customers. In 1906, he previously success as …

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Tio Faustino

Tio Faustino was the competent omelê participant of Pixinguinha’s Guarda Velha group. In the orchestral recordings carried out by Pixinguinha, Afro-Brazilian percussion obtained importance for the very first time. As well as dish and blade (João da Baiana’s niche, combined with the pandeiro), snare drum, caixeta, reco-reco, and pandeiro, there’s …

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Satiro Bilhar

The need for Satiro Bilhar resides in his becoming among the first to utilize the violão (Brazilian classical guitar) like a solo instrument. After Ernani Figueiredo and Alfredo de Sousa Imenez passed away in 1917 and 1918 respectively, and as well as Brant Horta, Joaquim Francisco dos Santos (Quincas Laranjeiras), …

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Russo Do Pandeiro

The first Brazilian percussionist to have success after João da Baiana, Russo do Pandeiro also had a noted international career. perform Pandeiro found Rio along with his family members at three. He performed the pandeiro for the very first time at a celebration in the Penha borough on Oct 6, …

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Quincas Laranjeiras

An important number of the next generation of Brazilians who took the violão like a solo instrument, Quincas Laranjeiras was the teacher of eminent music artists who carry the torch even more: the blind Levino da Conceição, José Rabelo, and João Pernambuco. A eulogy released in O Violão journal (1929) …

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