Here are 9 famous musicians from Brazil died at 61:
Afonso Pena (November 30, 1847 Santa Bárbara, Minas Gerais-June 14, 1909 Catete Palace) was a Brazilian lawyer and politician.
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Paulo Rogério Amoretty Souza (December 19, 1945 Porto Alegre-July 17, 2007) was a Brazilian lawyer.
He died in aviation accident or incident.
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Joaquim Manuel de Macedo (June 24, 1820 Itaboraí-May 11, 1882 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian writer, novelist, journalist, teacher, playwright, poet and actor.
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Emilie Snethlage (April 13, 1868 Gransee-November 25, 1929 Porto Velho) was a Brazilian personality.
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Benedito de Assis da Silva (November 12, 1952 São Paulo-July 6, 2014 Curitiba) was a Brazilian personality.
He died as a result of influenza.
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Wilson Simonal (February 26, 1939 Rio de Janeiro-June 25, 2000 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Simonal, Wilson, Wilson Simonai or Wilson Simonal de Castro was a Brazilian singer. He had two children, Wilson Simoninha and Max de Castro.
Discography: Alegria, Alegria, Volume 3, Alegria, Alegria, Vou Deixar Cair, BRASIL, Coleção Folha 50 anos de bossa nova, Volume 17, Simonal - Ninguém Sabe o Duro, Alegria, Alegria Vol. 2, Retratos, and Herman Wouk's War and Remembrance.
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Maurinho (June 6, 1933 Araraquara-April 5, 1995) was a Brazilian personality.
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Zé Rodrix (November 25, 1947 Rio de Janeiro-May 22, 2009 São Paulo) a.k.a. José Rodrigues Trindade was a Brazilian film score composer, composer, singer and musician. He had six children, Raphael Rodrix, Barbara Rodrix, Mayana Rodrix, Antonio Rodrix, Mariana Rodrix and Joy Rodrigues.
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Edgar Brasil (April 5, 2015 Hamburg-January 4, 1954 Cruzeiro) otherwise known as Edgar Hauschildt or Edgar Brazil was a Brazilian cinematographer and actor.
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