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Paulo Moura

Among Brazil’s best proponents and keepers from the gafieira custom (popular ballrooms historically from the Carioca folklore custom of highly artistic and swinging dance and performing) and something of the greatest choro players, Paulo Moura can be an internationally awarded musician whose great standards ensure it is possible for him …

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Trio Mocotó

The Trio Mocotó is an organization that shaped a method that might be referred to as samba-rock, leading to the fusion of both genres. The trio affected many artists who have been searching for some type of fusion between Brazilian and American pop music, like Tim Maia and Jorge Ben, …

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Seu Jorge

Vocalist Seu Jorge spearheaded the Brazilian samba renaissance of the first 21st hundred years, expanding his market far beyond SOUTH USA via featured assignments within the internationally acclaimed movies Town of God and THE LIFE SPAN Aquatic with Steve Zissou. Blessed Jorge Mario da Silva on June 8, 1970, he …

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Tania Maria

Brazilian jazz vocalist and pianist Tania Maria’s career has spanned more than three decades, beginning when she was only 13 and she fronted a band of professional musicians structured by her father, who was simply a metallic worker and gifted amateur musician. He previously encouraged her to review piano in …

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Yeahwon Shin

Yeahwon Shin is a jazz vocalist who’s also experienced in many global traditions, especially Brazilian music. She was created in Seoul, South Korea and started to research music significantly at a age group. She graduated from her country’s exclusive Dongduk Music University or college and relocated to NY in 2005. …

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Lanny Gordin

Lanny Gordin contributed to shaping the audio of Tropicália along with his electric guitar, having been a disputed musician by the main artists from the movement yet others which were attracted by his music qualities. The initial Tropicália record which Gordin performed was the initial individual discharge by Gal Costa, …

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Zé Renato

As an associate of Boca Livre, Zé Renato broke offering information, participated in Jon Anderson’s Deseo, had music recorded by Anderson, performed on the Summerstage Festival (NY, NY), and used João Gilberto in Miami. The author of strikes like “Anima” (with Milton Nascimento), “Quem Tem a Viola” (with Cláudio Nucci), …

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Marcos Valle

Marcos Valle was the Renaissance guy of Brazilian pop, a vocalist/songwriter/producer who all straddled the country’s music globe from the first times of the bossa nova trend well in to the fusion-soaked audio of ’80s MPB. Though his popularity in America hardly ever quite in comparison to contemporaries like Caetano …

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Alaide Costa

Alaíde Costa can be an essential interpreter who had great success in the ’60s. Her obstinate adherence to her sensitive style, especially suitable for the delicate Brazilian genre modinha, produced her be placed aside with the ethnic sector and she continued to be forgotten with the public until her reappearance …

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Richard Bona

Jazz bassist Richard Bona was created and raised in the Western world African country of Cameroon, heading on to program schedules with Joe Zawinul, Regina Carter, and Bob Adam and a two-year stint seeing that musical movie director for the fantastic Harry Belafonte. He produced his debut being a headliner …

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