Here are 20 famous musicians from Brazil died at 77:
Gastão Rosenfeld (July 26, 1912-April 5, 1990) also known as Gastao Rosenfeld was a Brazilian scientist.
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Rubem Braga (January 12, 1913 Cachoeiro de Itapemirim-December 19, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian writer and journalist. He had one child, Roberto Braga.
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Ivan Lessa (May 9, 1935-June 8, 2012) was a Brazilian writer.
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Alfredo Ramos dos Santos (January 1, 1920 Rio de Janeiro-April 5, 1997) was a Brazilian personality.
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Arthur Friedenreich (July 18, 1892 São Paulo-September 6, 1969 São Paulo) was a Brazilian personality.
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Rodolpho Barteczko (November 12, 1910 Brazil-March 13, 1988) was a Brazilian personality.
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Cláudio Christovam de Pinho (July 18, 1922 Santos, São Paulo-May 1, 2000) was a Brazilian personality.
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Elisa Lispector (July 24, 1911-January 6, 1989) was a Brazilian personality.
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Salomon Smolianoff (March 1, 1899 Kremenchuk-April 5, 1976) was a Brazilian personality.
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Azumir Veríssimo (June 7, 1935 Rio de Janeiro-December 2, 2012) was a Brazilian personality.
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Alberto Ruschel (February 21, 1918 Estrela, Rio Grande do Sul-January 18, 1996 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Alberto Manuel Miranda Ruschel, Quitandinha Serenaders or Alberto Miranda was a Brazilian actor, film producer, film director and screenwriter.
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Hugo Carvana (June 4, 1937 Lins de Vasconcelos-October 4, 2014 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Hugo Carvana de Hollanda was a Brazilian actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer and television director. His children are called Pedro Carvana, Júlio Carvana, Rita Carvana and Maria Clara Carvana.
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Laurindo Almeida (September 2, 1917 Miracatu-July 26, 1995 Los Angeles) also known as Laurindo Ahmeida, Almeida, Laurindo, Laurinda Almeida or Laurindo Jose de Araujo Almeida Nobrega Neto was a Brazilian guitarist, actor and film score composer.
His albums: Acapulco '22, Brazilliance, Volume 2, Brazilian Soul, Chamber Jazz, The Concord Jazz Heritage Series, First Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra, Latin Odyssey, Guitar From Ipanema, Duets with Spanish Guitar and Outra Vez. Genres: Bossa nova, Jazz and Classical guitar.
He died in acute leukemia.
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Iracema de Alencar (April 19, 1900 Triunfo, Rio Grande do Sul-March 17, 1978 Petrópolis) also known as Ida Hermínia Kerber was a Brazilian actor.
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Miriam Pires (April 20, 1927 Rio de Janeiro-September 7, 2004 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Myrian de Souza Pires, Myriam Pires or Míriam Pires was a Brazilian actor.
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Airton Pavilhão (October 31, 1934-April 3, 2012) was a Brazilian personality.
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Paulo Moura (July 15, 1932 São José do Rio Preto-July 12, 2010 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian clarinetist, saxophonist, musician, composer and film score composer. He had two children, Pedro Moura and Domingos Moura.
His albums include Mistura e manda, Rio Nocturnes, , , Estação Leopoldina, , Pra cá e pra lá, , and Dois irmaos. Genres he performed include Choro.
He died caused by lymphoma.
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Ruth Cardoso (September 19, 1930 Araraquara-June 24, 2008 São Paulo) a.k.a. First lady Ruth Cardoso, Ruth Valença Correia Leite Cardoso, Ruth Valenca Correia Leite Cardoso, Ruth Vilaça Correia Leite Cardoso or Dr. Cardoso was a Brazilian anthropologist. She had three children, Paulo Henrique Cardoso, Luciana Cardoso and Beatriz Cardoso.
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Bezerra Da Silva (February 23, 1927 Recife-January 17, 2005 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Bezerra da Silva or José Bezerra da Silva was a Brazilian musician. He had one child, Thalamy Bezerra da Silva.
His discography includes: Partido Alto Nota 10, 100 Anos de Música, Acervo Especial, Meu Bom Juiz, O Melhor de Bezerra da Silva, Produto do Morro, O Rei do Côco, Volume 2, O Partido Alto do Samba, Malandro and Cocada Boa.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Lygia Carvalho Pape (April 7, 1927 Nova Friburgo-May 3, 2004 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Lygia Pape was a Brazilian personality.
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