During the '50s, Ângela Maria (Abelim Maria da Cunha - 5/13/1928 Conceição de Macabu, RJ) was the most popular singer in Brazil, certified by IBOPE, a renowned institute dedicated to opinion research. Owner of a privileged voice and personal style of interpretation, Maria is regarded by many as the best singer of all time in that country, and successive musical movements such as bossa nova, Tropicália, and Jovem Guarda never succeeded in disturbing her career.
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