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Agepê

Agepê had country wide achievement in his short life-span, recording 8 LPs and CDs from 1984 to 1994. An associate from the Ala dos Compositores (Composer’s Wing) from the Portela samba college, he had popular in 1975 using the solitary Moro Onde Não Mora Ninguém. But nationwide success really was …

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Zeca Pagodinho

Zeca Pagodinho is looked upon from the samba traditionalists like a rare skill within the partido-alto lineage. At exactly the same time he’s a commercial achievement. Having won many yellow metal and platinum information along with his albums, he previously compositions documented by Beth Carvalho (“Dor de Amor”), Alcione (“Mutirão …

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Moreira da Silva

The son of the trombonist from the band from the armed service police, Moreira da Silva sang as an amateur in serestas at an extremely early age. In 1931, he documented for the very first time (“Ererê” and “Rei da Umbanda,” both pontos de macumba by Amor for Odeon). He …

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Abel Ferreira

Probably one of the most important titles within the choro genre, Abel Ferreira had a noted profession in the prestigious Rádio Nacional after taking part in within the orchestras of Vicente Paiva and Bené Nunes. At Rádio Nacional, he became well known using the Turma perform Sereno as well as …

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Monarco

Monarco is an associate of the original Velha Guarda da Portela, an organization using the venerable composers from the Portela samba college. His sambas have already been recorded with achievement by Martinho da Vila (“Tudo Menos Amor” with Walter Rosa), Paulinho da Viola (“Passado de Glória” and “O Lenço”), Roberto …

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Rosa Passos

Rosa Passos is among the few performers currently in Brazil focused on a genuine advancement of Brazilian music, without fashionable development and commercialism. She’s established herself solidly within the country’s creative scenery, recognized by many such as for example João Gilberto, Maria Schneider, Clare Fisher, Paquito d’Rivera, Johnny Alf, Nana …

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Hendrik Meurkens

Since he started taking harmonica solos within the mid-’50s, Toots Thielemans continues to be without the close competition in his instrument, a minimum of until Hendrik Meurkens arrived. Blessed in Germany to Dutch parents, Meurkens started being a vibraphonist, not really playing harmonica until he noticed Thielemans when he was …

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Margareth Menezes

Margareth Menezes can be an awarded Brazilian pop star with worldwide identification, having toured with David Byrne and recorded many albums released world-wide, which were lauded by such publications as Billboard and Rolling Rock magazines. She’s also toured thoroughly throughout European countries, Brazil, as well as the U.S. Since an …

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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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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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