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-One of the greatest accordion players of "forró" music, he was musically adopted by the Great Luiz Gonzaga, the King of Baião (brazilian northeastern music). A very accomplished musician, singer and composer, faithful to the roots of forró, yet with a jazzistic approach to his playing. +Dominguinhos (lit. "Little Dominic" - born José Domingos de Morais in Garanhuns) is a Brazilian and one of the greatest [tag]accordion[/tag] players of [tag]forró[/tag] music, Dominguinhos was musically adopted by the Great [artist]Luiz Gonzaga[/artist], the king of [tag]Baião[/tag] (brazilian northeastern music). He was an accomplished musician, singer and composer, faithful to the roots of forró, with a jazzistic approach to his playing.
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 +He has performed with musicians such as [artist]Luiz Gonzaga[/artist], [artist]Caetano Veloso[/artist], [artist]Gilberto Gil[/artist], [artist]Gal Costa[/artist] (with whom he toured in Midem), [artist]Zé Ramalho[/artist], [artist]Toquinho[/artist], and [artist]Maria Bethânia[/artist]. Some of his hits were recorded by Bethânia, Gil, [artist]Chico Buarque[/artist], [artist]Elba Ramalho[/artist], and [artist]Fagner[/artist]. In 1997 Dominguinhos wrote the soundtrack of the film O Cangaceiro.
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Dominguinhos (lit. "Little Dominic" - born José Domingos de Morais in Garanhuns) is a Brazilian and one of the greatest players of (i.e., forró) music. Dominguinhos was musically adopted by the great Luiz Gonzaga, the king of Baião ( --northeast music). Dominguinhos was an accomplished musician, singer and composer, faithful to the roots of forró, with a jazzistic approach to his playing. He has performed with musicians such as Luiz Gonzaga, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa (with whom he toured in Midem), Zé Ramalho, Toquinho, and Maria Bethânia. Some of his hits were recorded by Bethânia, Gil, Chico Buarque, Elba Ramalho, and Fagner. In 1997 Dominguinhos wrote the soundtrack of the film O Cangaceiro.