Brazilian musicians died in Lymphoma

Here are 1 famous musicians from Brazil died in Lymphoma:

Paulo Moura

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.

Paulo Moura was born in São José do Rio Preto, Brazil and began his musical career as a child prodigy. He was born into a musical family where his father, a clarinetist, started him on the clarinet at an early age. He soon developed an interest in the saxophone and went on to become one of the most influential Brazilian clarinetists and saxophonists of his time.

Throughout his career, Paulo Moura was known for his unique style of blending traditional Brazilian music with jazz and classical elements. He was a prolific composer and contributed greatly to the development of the Choro genre. Moura also composed music for films, television, and theater productions.

In addition to his successful music career, Paulo Moura was also a music educator. He taught at several institutions in Brazil, including the School of Music at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Paulo Moura passed away in Rio de Janeiro in 2010. He left behind a lasting legacy in Brazilian music and will always be remembered as one of the country's most talented and influential musicians.

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