Brazilian musicians died when they were 66

Here are 18 famous musicians from Brazil died at 66:

Monteiro Lobato

Monteiro Lobato (April 18, 1882 Taubaté-July 4, 1948 São Paulo) also known as José Bento Renato Monteiro Lobato, José Bento Monteiro Lobato or José Renato Monteiro Lobato was a Brazilian writer, journalist, art critic, publisher and novelist. He had four children, Edgar Monteiro Lobato, Ruth Monteiro Lobato, Guilherme Monteiro Lobato and Marta Monteiro Lobato.

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José Paranhos, Baron of Rio Branco

José Paranhos, Baron of Rio Branco (April 20, 1845 Rio de Janeiro-February 10, 1912 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Barao do Rio Branco was a Brazilian lawyer, politician and diplomat.

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Chicão

Chicão (January 30, 1949 Piracicaba-April 5, 2015) was a Brazilian personality.

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Vinicius de Moraes

Vinicius de Moraes (October 19, 1913 Gávea-July 9, 1980 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Vinicius De Mores , Vinicius de Morales, Vinmcius de Moraes, Vinicius Moraes, Poetinha, Marcus Vinicius da Cruz de Mello Moraes, O Poetinha, Vinitius de Moraes, Marcus Vinicius da Cruz e Mello Moraes, Vinícius de Moraes or Marcus Vinícius de Moraes was a Brazilian singer, writer, poet, essayist, lyricist, playwright, film score composer, screenwriter, composer and actor. He had five children, Georgiana de Moraes, Luciana de Moraes, Susana de Moraes, Pedro de Moraes and Maria de Moraes.

His most important albums: Convite Para Ouvir, 10 Anos Sem Vinicius, A Arte De, A Arca de Noé 1, A Felicidade (feat. Toquinho & Maria Creuza), Vinicius (disc 1), Vinicius / Caymmi no Zum Zum com o Quarteto em Cy e o Conjunto Oscar Castro Neves, Nossa Filha Gabriela, Minha Historia and La voglia, la pazzia, l'incoscienza, l'allegria (feat. Vinícius de Moraes & Toquinho). Genres he performed include Bossa nova.

He died in pulmonary edema.

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Paulo Francis

Paulo Francis (September 2, 1930-February 4, 1997) was a Brazilian writer, journalist and novelist.

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Zezé Procópio

Zezé Procópio (August 12, 1913 Varginha-February 8, 1980) also known as Zeze Procopio was a Brazilian personality.

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Lasar Segall

Lasar Segall (July 21, 1891 Vilnius-August 2, 1957 São Paulo) was a Brazilian personality. His child is called Mauricio Segall.

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Leopoldo Serran

Leopoldo Serran (May 6, 1942 Rio de Janeiro-August 20, 2008 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Leopoldo Bhering Serran or Leopoldo Augusto Bhering Serran was a Brazilian screenwriter.

He died as a result of liver cancer.

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Maurício do Valle

Maurício do Valle (March 1, 1928 Rio de Janeiro-October 7, 1994 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Mauricio de Valle or Maurício do Vale was a Brazilian actor.

He died in complications of diabetes mellitus.

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Pedro II of Brazil

Pedro II of Brazil (December 2, 1825 Rio de Janeiro-December 5, 1891 Paris) also known as Dom Pedro II, The Magnanimous or Pedro de Alcântara João Carlos Leopoldo Salvador Bibiano Francisco Xavier de Paula Leocádio Miguel Gabriel Rafael Gonzaga was a Brazilian personality. He had four children, Isabel, Princess Imperial of Brazil, Princess Leopoldina of Brazil, Afonso, Prince Imperial of Brazil and Pedro Afonso, Prince Imperial of Brazil.

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Emílio Santiago

Emílio Santiago (December 6, 1946 Rio de Janeiro-March 20, 2013) also known as Emilio Santiago or Santiago, Emílio was a Brazilian singer.

His discography includes: Sucessos Globodisc 2, Perdido De Amor, Pérolas, Novo Millennium, Preciso Dizer Que Te Amo, Só Danço Samba Ao Vivo, Bossa Nova, , and . His related genres: Música popular brasileira, Bossa nova and Samba.

He died in stroke.

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Ronaldo Boscoli

Ronaldo Boscoli (October 28, 1928 Rio de Janeiro-November 18, 1994) also known as Ronaldo Fernando Esquerdo e Bôscoli or Ronaldo Fernando Esquerdo Boscoli was a Brazilian journalist, composer, songwriter and record producer. He had one child, João Marcelo Bôscoli.

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Wando

Wando (October 2, 1945 Cajuri-February 8, 2012 Nova Lima) also known as Wanderley Alves dos Reis was a Brazilian composer, film score composer and actor.

His albums: Mundo Romântico. Genres he performed: Brega.

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Carlos Alberto Menezes Direito

Carlos Alberto Menezes Direito (September 8, 1942 Belém-September 1, 2009 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian personality.

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Tião Macalé

Tião Macalé (December 17, 1926 Rio de Janeiro-October 26, 1993 São José do Rio Preto) also known as Moisés Bruno dos Santos Gregório or Augusto Temístocles da Silva Costa was a Brazilian actor and comedian.

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Rubens Gerchman

Rubens Gerchman (January 10, 1942 Rio de Janeiro-January 29, 2008 São Paulo) was a Brazilian personality.

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Sérgio Guerra

Sérgio Guerra (November 9, 1947-March 6, 2014 São Paulo) was a Brazilian economist and politician.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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Emil Assad Rached

Emil Assad Rached (June 20, 1943 Vera Cruz-October 15, 2009 Campinas) was a Brazilian athlete and actor.

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