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      • Nelson was born in Rio de Janeiro. Coming from a poor family, he quit school at a young age to seek employment in a factory. He showed a musical talent at a young age playing a home-made guitar made of a cigar box and wires. When he could, he would borrow a cavaquinho and try and copy the techniques of professional cavaquinho players.
  1. Nelson Cavaquinho - Wikipedia › wiki › Nelson_Cavaquinho

    Nelson Cavaquinho, 1972. Nelson Cavaquinho (October 29, 1911 – February 18, 1986, birth name Nelson Antônio da Silva ) was one of the most important singer/composers of samba . He is usually seen as a representative of the tragic aspects of samba thematics, with many songs about death and hopelessness.

  2. Nelson Cavaquinho – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre › wiki › Nélson_Cavaquinho
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    Seu envolvimento com a música inicia-se na família. Seu pai, Brás Antônio da Silva, era músico da banda da Polícia Militar e seu tio Elvino tocava violino. Depois, morando na Gávea, passou a frequentar as rodas de choro. Foi nessa época que surge o apelido que o acompanharia por toda a vida. Casou-se por volta dos seus 20 anos com Alice Ferreira Neves, com quem teria quatro filhos e na mesma época consegue, graças a seu pai, um trabalho na polícia fazendo rondas noturnas a cavalo. E foi assim, durante as rondas, que conheceu e passou a frequentar o morro da Mangueira, onde conheceu sambistas como Cartola e Carlos Cachaça. Deixou mais de quatrocentas composições, entre elas clássicos como "A Flor e o Espinho" e "Folhas Secas", ambas em parceria com Guilherme de Brito, seu parceiro mais frequente. Por falta de dinheiro, depois de deixar a polícia, Nelson eventualmente "vendia" parcerias de sambas que compunha sozinho, o que fez com que Cartola optasse por abandonar a parceria e manter...

  3. What movie and television projects has Nelson Cavaquinho been ... › Q › What_movie_and_television

    Mar 26, 2014 · Nelson Cavaquinho has: Played himself in "Nelson Cavaquinho" in 1969. Played himself in "O Casal" in 1975. Performed in "Muito Prazer" in 1979. Played himself in "Por Toda Minha Vida" in 2006.

  4. Beth Carvalho - Wikipedia › wiki › Beth_Carvalho
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    Carvalho was raised in a middle-class family in Rio de Janeiro's South Zone. Her father, João Francisco Leal de Carvalho, was a lawyer. She grew up influenced by different types of music. Her father used to take her to samba school rehearsals, and her mother was a lover of classical music who encouraged her to become a ballerina. She started playing the guitar as a teenager, and got involved with the emerging Bossa Novamovement, winning a nationwide song contest on TV at the age of 19. Following a 1967 album, "Muito Na Onda," with the project 'Conjunto 3D,' Carvalho did her first solo record, 1968's "Andança", and carried the song of the same name to victory in a larger festival, which brought her to prominence. Although she started her career with Bossa Nova, that was an ephemeral phase which lasted less than one year. Beth started dedicating herself entirely to sambajust as her fame began, working with legendary composers such as Nelson Sargento. Carvalho is a very important artis...

    Beth was a known supporter of both the Botafogo and Clube Atlético Mineirofootball teams
    Beth was one of the main personalities of the samba school Mangueira
    Beth had a variety of hits in the 1970s, with her 1979 song "Coisinha Do Pai" being one of her biggest hits. The song was inserted into the Mars Pathfinder.
    Her social music often concerned the poor and the Indigenous peoples in Brazil
    Beth Carvalho – 40 anos de Carreira – Ao Vivo no Theatro Municipal – Vol.1 (CD)– Andança/Sony – BMG – 2006
    Beth Carvalho – 40 anos de Carreira – Ao Vivo no Theatro Municipal – Vol.2 (CD)– Andança/Sony – BMG – 2006
    Beth Carvalho – 40 anos de Carreira – Ao Vivo no Theatro Municipal (DVD)– Andança/Sony – BMG – 2006
    Beth Carvalho – A Madrinha do Samba – Ao Vivo (DVD)– Indie – 2004
  5. Marisa Monte - Wikipedia › wiki › Marisa_Monte

    Biography. Monte was born in Rio de Janeiro, daughter of the engineer Carlos Saboia Monte and Sylvia Marques de Azevedo Monte.On her father's side, she is descended from the Saboias, one of the oldest Italian families in Brazil.

  6. Roberto Burle Marx - Wikipedia › wiki › Roberto_Burle_Marx

    Wilhelm Marx. Awards. Awards. Roberto Burle Marx (August 4, 1909 – June 4, 1994) was a Brazilian landscape architect (as well as a painter, print maker, ecologist, naturalist, artist and musician) whose designs of parks and gardens made him world-famous. He is accredited with having introduced modernist landscape architecture to Brazil.

  7. Nélida Piñon - Wikipedia › wiki › Nélida_Piñon
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    Piñon was born in 1937 in Rio de Janeiro. Her parents were Galician immigrants. She studied at the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro before working as a journalist for the newspaper O Globo and the magazine Cadernos Brasileiros. She has taught writing in workshops and at institutions including Columbia University, Johns Hopkins and the University of Miami, where she has been the Stanford Professor of Humanities. Her first novel was Guia-Mapa de Gabriel Arcanjo (The Guidebook of Archangel Gabriel), written in 1961, it concerns a protagonist discussing Christian doctrine with her guardian angel. In the 1970s, she became noted for erotic novels A casa de paixão (The House of Passion) and A força do destino(The Force of Destiny), written in 1977. In 1984, she had her perhaps greatest success with A Republica dos Sonhos, (The Republic of Dreams). The work involves generations of a family from Galicia who emigrated to Brazil, which relates to her own family's experience. Among other d...

    Guia-Mapa de Gabriel Arcanjo(The Guidebook of Gabriel Arcanjo) (1961)
    Fundador(Founders) (pre-1971)
    A Casa da Paixão(The House of Passion) (1972)
    A força do destino(The Force of Destiny) (1977)
    I love my husband.
    Big-Bellied Cow
    O Pão de Cada Dia
    Walmap Prize, 1970, for her historical novel, 'Fundador' (Founders)
    Mario de Andrade Prize, 1973, from the Association of Arts Critics in São Paulo for her novel, "A casa de paixão".
    Brazilian Writers’ Union Prize, 1987.
    Camargo Namorato, Luciana, et al. "Special Section: Nélida Piñón." World Literature Today, 79.1, April 2005: 7-28. ISSN 0196-3570.
    Piñon, Nélida, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. 1979. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress.
    Piñon, Nélida, 'The Myth of Creation'. In Lives on the Line: The Testimony of Contemporary Latin American Authors, Berkeley: University of California, 1988, pp. 198–204.
    Pontiero, Giovanni, 'Notes on the Fiction of Nelida Piñon', Review (Center for Inter-american Relations), Vol. 17, 1976, pp.67-71.
    Nélida Piñón recorded in Rio de Janeiro for the Archive of Literature of the Hispanic Divisionat the Library of Congress on November 26, 1999.

    Time for a Parallel Realities presentation of a contemporary artist: Renowned British guitarist and cavaquinho player Stu Blagden (a frequent visitor of this site) with a selection of Brazilian music, performed mostly during 2010. Here is a short biography of Stu:

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    Wendy O. Williams (Plasmatics) - Punk Rock (USA) Wendy Orlean Williams (May 28, 1949 – April 6, 1998) was an American singer, songwriter and actress. Born in Webster, New York, she came to prominence as the lead singer of the punk rock band Plasmatics. Her stage theatrics included partial nudity, blowing up equipment, and chain-sawing guitars.

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