Brazilian musicians died in Lung cancer

Here are 5 famous musicians from Brazil died in Lung cancer:

Altamiro Carrilho

Altamiro Carrilho (December 21, 1924 Santo Antônio de Pádua-August 15, 2012 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Carrilho, Altamiro, Maurício Carrilho or Mauricio Carrilho was a Brazilian musician and film score composer.

His albums: , Chorinhos Didáticos Para Flauta, Simplesmente Música, Para Sempre, , , 50 Anos de Chorinho, , and . Genres: Choro.

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Cazuza (April 4, 1958 Rio de Janeiro-July 7, 1990 Rio de Janeiro) otherwise known as Agenor Miranda Araújo Neto or Agenor de Miranda Araújo Neto was a Brazilian singer, songwriter, film score composer and actor.

His most recognized albums: 20 Músicas do Século, Esse cara, Millennium, O Poeta Não Morreu, Sem limite, O Tempo Não Pára - Cazuza Ao Vivo, Exagerado, Ideologia, Preciso Dizer que Te Amo - Toda a Paixão do Poeta and Só se for a 2. His related genres: Rock music, Música popular brasileira, Blues rock, Brazilian rock and Alternative rock.

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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.

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Norma Bengell

Norma Bengell (February 21, 1935 Rio de Janeiro-October 9, 2013 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Norma Benguell, Norma Bengel, Norma Almeida Pinto Guimarães d'Area Bengell, Norma Aparecida Almeida Pinto Guimarães D´Áurea Bengell or Norma Aparecida Almeida Pinto Guimarães D'Áurea Bengell was a Brazilian film director, actor, film producer, singer, screenwriter and composer.

Norma Bengell started off as a model before venturing into acting in the 1960s. She gained international recognition for her roles in films such as "The Given Word" and "I, A Woman". Bengell was also a talented singer, releasing several music albums throughout her career. In addition to acting and singing, she directed and produced films, including the documentary "Um Ramo" and the feature film "The Powder Keg". Bengell was also a feminist icon and was known for advocating for women's rights in Brazil. She passed away in 2013 due to complications from lung cancer.

Bengell was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and started her career as a model before transitioning into acting. She began her acting career in the early 1960s and quickly gained recognition for her talent. Bengell appeared in several critically acclaimed films, including the Brazilian drama "The Given Word" (1962) and the controversial Swedish film "I, A Woman" (1965).

In addition to her acting career, Bengell was also a talented singer and composer. She released several albums, including "Norma Bengell Canta Sucessos do Amor" and "Norma Bengell Canta The Beatles", showcasing her versatility as an artist.

Bengell was also an accomplished filmmaker, both as a director and producer. In 1981, she directed the documentary "Um Ramo", which focused on the lives of working women in Brazil. She also directed and produced the feature film "The Powder Keg" (1997), which dealt with political corruption in Brazil.

Throughout her career, Bengell was known for her activism and advocacy for women's rights. She was a feminist icon in Brazil and inspired many women to speak out against inequality.

Sadly, Bengell passed away in 2013 at the age of 78 due to complications from lung cancer. She left behind a legacy as a talented and trailblazing artist and activist.

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Reginaldo Rossi

Reginaldo Rossi (February 14, 1944 Recife-December 20, 2013 Recife) a.k.a. Rossi, Reginaldo was a Brazilian singer-songwriter.

His albums include À procura de você, Meus momentos, Grandes Sucessos: Ao Vivo, Rossi the King, 20 Super Sucessos II, Reginaldo Rossi - Seleção de Ouro and Reginaldo Rossi - Ao Vivo 2000. Genres: Rock music.

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