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Manuela Carrasco

With her 1973 debut, Manuela Carrasco helped to release a fresh era of flamenco dance, bringing an unprecedented energy and imagination to her choreography. Relating to Flamenco Globe, “the effectiveness of her ft, the vigor of her motions astonishe the general public; who, by many, appointed her expert of the …

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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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Robert Crumb

A zany love of life fused with a psychedelicized eyesight produced Robert Crumb probably one of the most influential comic artists from the 1960s. His character types, including Fritz the Kitty, Mr. Organic, Flakey Froont, as well as the Vulture Demoness, and his underground comic books, such as for example …

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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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Tony Colombo

Although given birth to in Palermo in 1986, Tony Colombo is a Neapolitan crooner. He produced his first recording, A Holiday Manufacturer, at the sensitive age group of seven and were able to produce up to 20 albums between 1994 and 2010. In 2011 he authorized a agreement with Warner …

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Davide Van De Sfroos

A fascinating case of success due primarily to person to person, Italian singer/songwriter Davide Vehicle De Sfroos sold a large number of records prior to the critics as well as the big systems started noticing him — and, actually most strikingly, he did therefore singing tracks in the dialect of …

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Sandra Carrasco

A protégée of acclaimed Spanish musician Javier Limón, vocalist Sandra Carrasco reaches the forefront of the brand new generation of flamenco artists keeping the Andalusian audio alive. Blessed in Almonte, Huelva in 1981, Carrasco created a love from the genre after hearing famous brands Mayte Martín and Enrique Morente, even …

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The Band of the Blues and Royals

The Band from the Blues and Royals can be an amalgamation of two marching bands connected with different branches from the Uk Army, both which formed originally in 1661, the Royal Equine Guards (or Blues) and the very first Royal Dragoons (or Royals). These were combined right into a one …

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Rolf Cahn

Rolf Cahn is a folk-blues and flamenco guitarist with an emotionally expressive tone of voice that has composed music to become performed on the Brussels Globe Fair, various movie theater productions, and a T.V. present through the 50’s. He obtained a wide amount of reputation in the first ’50s being …

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