Brazilian musicians died in Pneumonia

Here are 1 famous musicians from Brazil died in Pneumonia:

Paulo Vanzolini

Paulo Vanzolini (April 25, 1924 Cambuci-April 28, 2013 São Paulo) also known as Paulo Emilio Vanzolini was a Brazilian songwriter and singer.

His albums include Onze sambas e uma capoeira, Coleção Folha Raízes da Música Popular Brasileira, Volume 16 and Paulo Vanzolini por ele mesmo. Genres he performed: Samba.

Paulo Vanzolini was not only a talented musician, but also a respected scientist. He earned a degree in Zoology from the University of São Paulo and worked as a professor and researcher for many years. He was particularly known for his research on snakes, and even discovered a species of snake that was later named after him. Despite his passion for science, music remained a constant in his life, and he continued to write and perform samba until his death in 2013. Some of his most famous compositions include "Ronda" and "Volta Por Cima," which have been covered by many other Brazilian artists. In recognition of his contributions to music and science, he was awarded the Order of Cultural Merit by the Brazilian government in 2005.

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