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  1. Francisco Alves (Rio de Janeiro, August 19, 1898 — Pindamonhangaba, September 27, 1952) was maybe the most successful singer of all time in Brazil.…

  2. Considered the biggest interpreter of Noel Rosa, Aracy de Almeida (Aug 19, 1914 - Jun 20, 1988) started singing in churches in the suburbs of Rio…

  3. Dalva de Oliveira (born as Vicentina Paula de Oliveira in May 5, 1917 - died in Aug 31, 1972) was a Brazilian singer. Married with the composer…

  4. Noel de Medeiros Rosa (December 11, 1910 — May 4, 1937) was a Brazilian songwriter, singer, and guitar/banjo player. One of the greatest names in…

  5. Brazilian composer and arranger (1926-2006), regarded as one of the most influential people in modern Brazilian music.

    Santos was also a teacher,…

  6. As the composer of over 400 songs, including the classics "Samba, Agoniza Mas Não Morre" (recorded by Beth Carvalho in 1978) and "Cântico à…

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  8. Paulinho da Viola (born Paulo César Batista de Faria on November 12, 1942) is a Brazilian guitar, cavaquinho and bandolin player, known for his…

  9. Carmen Miranda (9 February 1909 – 5 August 1955) was a Portuguese-born Brazilian samba singer, dancer, Broadway actress, and film star who was…

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