Here are 22 famous musicians from Brazil died at 72:
Getúlio Vargas (April 19, 1882 São Borja-August 24, 1954 Catete Palace) otherwise known as Getulio Vargas or Getúlio Dornelles Vargas was a Brazilian lawyer and politician.
He died caused by suicide.
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Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales (February 15, 1841 Campinas-June 28, 1913 Santos, São Paulo) was a Brazilian lawyer and politician.
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Zeferino Vaz (May 27, 1908 São Paulo-February 19, 1981) also known as Dr. Zeferino Vaz was a Brazilian physician.
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Mauro Ramos (August 30, 1930 Brazil-September 18, 2002) was a Brazilian personality.
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Luís Mesquita de Oliveira (March 29, 1911 Rio de Janeiro-April 5, 1983) otherwise known as Luiz Mesquita de Oliveira was a Brazilian personality.
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Álvaro Lopes Cançado (February 8, 1912 Uberaba-September 19, 1984) was a Brazilian personality.
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José Lázaro Robles (February 11, 1924 São Paulo-May 7, 1996 São Paulo) a.k.a. Jose Lazaro Robles was a Brazilian personality.
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Didi (October 8, 1928 Campos dos Goytacazes-May 12, 2001 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Valdir Pereira, Waldyr Pereira or Mr. Football was a Brazilian soccer player and coach.
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Ivan Mariz (January 16, 1910 Belém-May 13, 1982) was a Brazilian personality.
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Arthur da Távola (January 3, 1936 Rio de Janeiro-May 9, 2008 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Paulo Alberto Moretzsohn Monteiro de Barros, Artur da Tavola or Artur da Távola was a Brazilian politician, journalist and writer. His children are called André Barros, Leonardo Monteiro de Barros and Eduardo Barros.
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Amílcar Barbuy (April 29, 1893 Rio das Pedras, São Paulo-August 24, 1965 São Paulo) otherwise known as Amílcar was a Brazilian football player and coach. He had one child, Amílcar Barbuy Filho.
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Heitor Villa-Lobos (March 5, 1887 Rio de Janeiro-November 17, 1959 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Villa Lobos, Hector Villa-lobos, Villa-Lobos or 빌라-로보스 was a Brazilian composer and film score composer.
His most important albums: Piano Works, Villa-Lobos par lui-même (Chœurs et Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française feat. conductor: Heitor Villa-Lobos), Bachianas Brasileiras Nos. 2, 4, & 8 (Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra feat. conductor: Jesús López-Cobos), Bachianas Brasileiras nos. 1, 2, 5, 9, Alma Brasileira, Bachianas Brasileiras 1, 5 & 7, Bachianas Brasileiras Integrales (Orchestre symphonique du Bresil feat. conductor Isaac Karabtchevsky) (disc 1), Instrumental and Orchestral Works (disc 1), Orchestral Works (Jena Philharmonic Orchestra) and 12 Etudes for Guitar: Etude No.1 in E (C. Müller). Genres: Opera, Film score, Ballet and 20th-century classical music.
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Darci Vargas (December 12, 1895 São Borja-June 25, 1968) also known as First lady Darci Vargas or Darcy Vargas was a Brazilian personality.
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Carlos de Paula Couto (August 30, 1910 Porto Alegre-November 15, 1982 Porto Alegre) was a Brazilian personality.
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Adoniran Barbosa (August 6, 1910 Valinhos-November 23, 1982 São Paulo) a.k.a. Barbosa, Adoniran or João Rubinato was a Brazilian singer, actor, composer and film score composer. His child is called Maria Helena Rubitano Rodrigues.
His most well known albums: Meus momentos, Raízes do samba, Adoniran Barbosa e Convidados, Seu Último Show Gravado Ao Vivo, Coleção Folha Raízes da Música Popular Brasileira, Volume 7, Adoniran Barbosa, MPB Compositores, and .
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Cartola (October 11, 1908 Catete, Rio de Janeiro-November 30, 1980 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Angenor de Oliveira or Cartola da Mangueira was a Brazilian singer, songwriter, composer and poet. His child is called Creusa de Oliveira.
His albums include Cartola 70 anos, Documento inédito, Verde Que Te Quero Rosa, Ao vivo, Cartola, Cartola, Coleção Folha Raízes da Música Popular Brasileira, Volume 3, Preferência Nacional and . Genres: Samba.
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Dominguinhos (February 12, 1941 Garanhuns-July 23, 2013 São Paulo) otherwise known as José Domingos de Morais, Little Dominic or José Domingos de Moraes was a Brazilian singer and composer. He had three children, Liv Morais, Mauro Morais and Madeleine Morais.
His albums include Yamandu + Dominguinhos, Dominguinhos e convidados, Volume 1, Os grandes sucessos, Lembrando de você, Millennium, Festa no Sertão, Dominguinhos e convidados, Volume 2, , Yamandu + Dominguinhos: Lado B and Iluminado. Genres: Música popular brasileira, Choro, Forró and Baião.
He died caused by lung cancer.
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Manoel de Castro Villas Bôas (April 18, 1907 São Paulo-December 13, 1979) was a Brazilian writer, entrepreneur, journalist and politician.
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Dionísio Azevedo (April 4, 1922 Conceição da Aparecida-December 11, 1994 Conceição da Aparecida) a.k.a. Dionisio Azevedo, Toufik Jacob or Taufik Jacob was a Brazilian actor, film director, television director and screenwriter. His children are called Dionísio Jacob and Noel Marcos Jacob.
He died caused by cancer.
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Carlos Castello Branco (June 25, 1920 Teresina-June 1, 1993 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Castelinho was a Brazilian personality. He had three children, Rodrigo Castelo Branco, Luciana Castelo Branco and Pedro Castelo Branco.
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Ismael Silva (September 14, 1905 Brazil-March 14, 1978) also known as Silva, Ismael was a Brazilian personality.
His albums: and .
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Malvina Tavares (November 24, 1866 Encruzilhada do Sul-October 16, 1939 Cruzeiro do Sul) was a Brazilian poet and teacher.
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