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Trio Esperança

The Trio Esperança was formed in 1958 by siblings Mário Correia José Maria, Regina Correia José Maria, and Eva Correia José Maria (Evinha), who have been respectively ten, 12, and seven at that time. They debuted in radio in 1961, at Rádio Mundial (RJ), quickly recording their 1st single, Menino perform Amendoim (José Messias), through Odeon. In 1963 the group documented their 1st LP, Nós Somos o Sucesso, which included their first strike, “Filme Triste” (“Loudermilk” version by Romeu Silva). A lot of their tunes fell in to the then-popular jovem guarda category, such as for example “Festa perform Bolinha” (Roberto Carlos/Erasmo Carlos), “Gasparzinho” (Renato Correia), along with other related music. Until 1968, the entire year where Evinha departed on her behalf solo profession, the trio documented five LPs. Joined up with by another sister, Marisa Correia José Maria, the trio documented seven even more LPs and CDs by 1999, staying active in European countries during that period. They also integrated a number of musical designs to their repertoire, including MPB.

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