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Alvarenga e Ranchinho

The duo Alvarenga e Ranchinho was a most well-known one particular in Brazil. Implementing the caipira (hillbilly) picture, they customized in politics and traditions satire through music and jokes. The duo’s profession spanned from 1933 to Alvarenga’s demise in 1978. Among their biggest strikes was “História de Uma Caveira,” documented …

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Orestes Barbosa

Orestes Barbosa wrote highly successful and common valses, foxes, and sambas which were recorded by composers/interpreters like Castro Barbosa, Silvio Caldas, Francisco Alves, Noel Rosa, Carlos Galhardo, Aracy de Almeida, Orlando Silva, Zezé Gonzaga, and Paulinho da Viola, amongst others. He also composed ten books and was a reporter, reviser, …

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Francisco Carlos

Francisco Carlos, among the highly popular performers from the ’50s, was hired being a vocalist in 1946 by Rádio Tamoio, afterwards moving to Rádio Globo. Carlos documented his first record in 1950, which included the carnival march “Meu Brotinho,” to great achievement. For the reason that same season he participated …

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Little Joe Hernandez

In the tradition of orquesta tejana, Little Joe Hernandez is hardly a diminutive number. He was extremely influenced by the sooner performer Beto Villa, and collectively the two males will be the most-recognized numbers with this genre, a sibling towards the Mexican-American design referred to as conjunto. Both types of …

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Paulo César Feital

Perhaps one of the most important Carioca poets, Paulo César Feital also became a prolific and creative popular tune composer with an increase of than 200 functions. Nominated for the Clear Award for the music “Dias de Lua” (created with Cláudio Cartier/Marco Aurélio; a tune included on the soundtrack towards …

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Grupo Aliado

Latin pop and Tejano music group from Tx Grupo Aliado was shaped in 1998 by accordionist and keyboardist Isidro Martínez, singer Roxane Benavides, bassist Abel Martínez, banjo participant Oscar Cruz, drummer Fidel Rosales, and percussionist Benny Chapa. Grupo Aliado’s 1st album was known as El Marciano.

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André Filho

The author of several classics from the golden age of Brazilian song, Andre Filho’s works, such as for example “Cidade Maravilhosa,” were recorded by many of the best performers of this period. With Noel Rosa, he composed “Filosofia.” He also acquired success being a vocalist. Filho learned many equipment including …

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Trio de Ouro

This vocal group officially formed in 1939 following the breakup of Herivelto Martins and Nilo Chagas’ Preto e Branco duo. Adding Dalva de Oliveira finished Trio de Ouro, which got its peak within the next 10 years with two immortal classics, “Ave Maria no Morro” (Martins) and “Praça Onze” (Martins/Grande …

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Carolina Cardoso de Meneses

An musician who, with her exclusive rhythm believe that is not distributed to any pianist of her generation, helped to blur the series that divides the favorite in the erudite. Carolina Cardoso de Meneses acquired a formal pianistic education, but devoted herself to function in the favorite field. Her single …

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Princesa Soledad

Argentinean Latin rock-band Princesa Soledad was shaped in 1995 at Buenos Aires’ Los Olivos. After playing little local venues through the following 2 yrs, the band split up briefly, coming back in 1999. In July of 2000, a self-titled EP premiered.

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