Here are 9 famous musicians from Brazil died at 60:
Graciliano Ramos (October 27, 1892 Quebrangulo-March 20, 1953 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Graciliano Ramos de Oliveira was a Brazilian writer, journalist and politician. He had eight children, Márcio Ramos, Júnio Ramos, Múcio Ramos, Maria Ramos, Ricardo Ramos, Roberto Ramos, Luísa Ramos and Clara Ramos.
He died in lung cancer.
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Joaquim Nabuco (August 19, 1849 Recife-January 17, 1910 Washington, D.C.) was a Brazilian writer and politician.
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Gregório de Matos (April 7, 1636 Salvador-November 26, 1696 Recife) a.k.a. Gregorio de Mattos was a Brazilian writer, poet and lawyer.
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Romeu Pellicciari (March 26, 1911 Jundiaí-July 15, 1971) was a Brazilian personality.
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Moisés Matias de Andrade (January 10, 1948 Resende-August 26, 2008 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian personality.
He died in lung cancer.
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Antônio Carlos Gomes (July 11, 1836 Campinas-September 16, 1896 Belém) a.k.a. Antonio Carlos Gomes or Gomes, Antônio Carlos was a Brazilian composer.
His albums: Coleção Folha grandes óperas, Volume 07: O Guarani (Orquestra da Beethovenhalle de Bonn feat. conductor: John Neschling, tenor: Placido Domingo, soprano: Verónica Villarroel), , , Fosca and .
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Ary Barroso (November 7, 1903 Ubá-February 9, 1964 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Ary Evangelista Barroso was a Brazilian pianist, songwriter, composer, sports commentator and presenter. He had one child, Mariúza Barroso.
His albums: Na baixa do sapateiro / Boneca de pixe and Coleção Folha Raízes da Música Popular Brasileira, Volume 9. Genres: Samba.
He died as a result of cirrhosis.
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Vicentino Prestes de Almeida (April 5, 2015-October 28, 1954 São Pedro do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul) was a Brazilian personality.
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Dilermando Reis (September 22, 1916 Guaratinguetá-January 2, 1977 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian personality.
His albums: Libro de Lagrimas, and . Genres related to him: Choro.
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