Brazilian musicians died when they were 80

Here are 17 famous musicians from Brazil died at 80:

César Lattes

César Lattes (July 11, 1924 Curitiba-March 8, 2005 Campinas) also known as Cesar Lattes was a Brazilian physicist and scientist.

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Fernando Sabino

Fernando Sabino (October 12, 1923 Belo Horizonte-October 11, 2004 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Fernando Tavares Sabino was a Brazilian writer. He had one child, Eliana Sabino.

He died in liver cancer.

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José Aristodemo Pinotti

José Aristodemo Pinotti (December 20, 1934-April 5, 2015) also known as Jose Aristodemo Pinotti or Dr. José Aristodemo Pinotti was a Brazilian physician, scientist and politician.

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Rubem Alves

Rubem Alves (September 15, 1933 Boa Esperança-July 19, 2014 Campinas) was a Brazilian writer.

He died as a result of pneumonia.

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Eduardo Coutinho

Eduardo Coutinho (May 11, 1933 São Paulo-February 2, 2014 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Eduardo de Oliveira Coutinho was a Brazilian screenwriter, film director, actor, film producer and film editor.

He died in stabbing.

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Zizinho (September 14, 1921 Niterói-February 8, 2002) was a Brazilian personality.

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José Cândido de Melo Carvalho

José Cândido de Melo Carvalho (June 11, 1914 Carmo do Rio Claro-October 22, 1994 Tijuca) was a Brazilian personality.

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Otto Buchsbaum

Otto Buchsbaum (May 2, 1920 Austria-August 5, 2000) was a Brazilian personality.

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Augusto Hamann Rademaker Grünewald

Augusto Hamann Rademaker Grünewald (May 11, 1905 Rio de Janeiro-September 13, 1985 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Augusto Hamann Rademaker Grunewald was a Brazilian politician.

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Chico Anysio

Chico Anysio (April 12, 1931 Maranguape-March 23, 2012 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Francisco Anysio de Oliveira Paula Filho, Francisco Anísio, Chico Anísio, Francisco Anysio or Francisco Anizio was a Brazilian actor, screenwriter, composer and comedian. His children are called Lug de Paula, Nizo Netto, Cícero Chaves, Rico Rondelli, André Lucas, Rodrigo Anysio, Vitória Anysio and Bruno Mazzeo.

He died caused by multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.

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Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres (November 14, 1927 Guaçuí-September 4, 2008 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Fernando Monteiro Torres was a Brazilian actor, television director, voice actor, film director, film producer, television producer, theatrical producer and theatre director. His children are called Fernanda Torres and Cláudio Torres.

He died caused by emphysema.

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Herivelto Martins

Herivelto Martins (January 30, 1912 Brazil-September 16, 1992) also known as Martins, Herivelto was a Brazilian composer and singer. He had one child, Pery Ribeiro.

His albums include Que rei sou eu? and Coleção Folha Raízes da Música Popular Brasileira, Volume 14.

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Moise Safra

Moise Safra (April 5, 1934 Aleppo-June 15, 2014 São Paulo) also known as Moises Safra was a Brazilian personality. He had two children, Olga Safra and Esther Safra.

He died caused by parkinson's disease.

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Antônio Callado

Antônio Callado (January 26, 1917 Niterói-January 28, 1997 Rio de Janeiro) also known as Antonio Callado or Antônio Carlos Callado was a Brazilian playwright, screenwriter, journalist and author. He had three children, Tessy Callado, Paulo Callado and Antonia Callado.

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Moacir Santos

Moacir Santos (July 11, 1926 Flores-August 6, 2006 Pasadena) was a Brazilian film score composer, musician, composer and conductor.

Related albums: Maestro, Carnival of the Spirits, Saudade, Coisas and Choros E Alegria.

He died in stroke.

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Johnny Alf

Johnny Alf (May 19, 1929 Rio de Janeiro-March 4, 2010 Santo André) also known as Alf, Johnny or Johnny Aif was a Brazilian musician and teacher.

His most well known albums: Coleção Folha 50 anos de bossa nova, Volume 8.

He died caused by prostate cancer.

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Laura Suarez

Laura Suarez (November 21, 1909 Rio de Janeiro-April 5, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian actor and singer.

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