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Dalva De Oliveira

Dalva De Oliveira

Dalva De Oliveira


Dalva de Oliveira (born as Vicentina Paula de Oliveira in May 5, 1917 - died in Aug 31, 1972) was a Brazilian singer. Married with the composer Herivelto Martins and mother of the great bossa-nova singer Pery Ribeiro. Dalva showed with one of the great names of the samba-canção sort. Compared with bolero for the exploration and dither of the love-romantic subject or for the suffering of a love not carried through, "dor-de-cotovelo" ("pain-of-elbow") or fossa was also called. Read more on Last.fm
Dalva de Oliveira (born as Vicentina Paula de Oliveira in May 5, 1917 - died in Aug 31, 1972) was a Brazilian singer. Married with the composer Herivelto Martins and mother of the great bossa-nova singer Pery Ribeiro. Dalva showed with one of the great names of the samba-canção sort. Compared with bolero for the exploration and dither of the love-romantic subject or for the suffering of a love not carried through, "dor-de-cotovelo" ("pain-of-elbow") or fossa was also called. The samba-canção kind of songs (appeared in the decade of 30) preceded the movement of bossa new (appeared to the end of the decade of 50) with which Maysa Matarazzo already was identified.

But this last one represented a refinement and the bigger slightness in the melodies and interpretations in detriment of the drama and the resented melodies, the "dor-de-cotovelo" and the melancholy. Big hits: - Ave Maria (Jaime Redondo/Vicente Paiva)(with Osvaldo Borba e Sua Orquestra) (1951); - Bandeira branca (Laércio Alves/Max Nunes) (1970) - Brasil (Aldo Cabral/Benedito Lacerda)(with Francisco Alves) (1939); - Confesion (Luis César Amadori/Enrique Santos Discépolo, translation by Lourival Faissal) (1956); Errei, sim, Ataulfo Alves (1950); - Estrela-do-mar (Marino Pinto/Paulo Soledade)(1952); - Fim de comédia (Ataulfo Alves)(1952); - Há um Deus (with Antonio Carlos Jobim at piano)(Lupicínio Rodrigues)(1957); - Kalu (Humberto Teixeira)(1952); - Lencinho querido (El pañuelito)(Juan de Dios Filiberto/Gabino Coria Peñaloza, translate by Maugéri Neto)(1956); - Máscara negra (Pereira Matos/Zé Kéti)(1967); - Minha mãe (music by Lindolfo Gaya on poetry of Casemiro de Abreu)(1959); - Neste mesmo lugar (Armando Cavalcanti/Klécius Caldas)(1956); - Noites de junho (Alberto Ribeiro/João de Barro)(1939); - Palhaço (Osvaldo Martins/Washington/Nelson Cavaquinho)(1951); - Pedro, Antônio e João (Benedito Lacerda/Oswaldo Santiago)(with Regional de Benedito Lacerda) (1939); - Rancho da Praça XI (Chico Anysio/João Roberto Kelly)(1965); - Que será? (Marino Pinto/Mário Rossi) (1950); - Segredo (Herivelto Martins/Marino Pinto) (1947); - Sertão de Jequié (Armando Cavalcanti/Klécius Caldas)(1950); - Tudo acabado (J. Piedade/Osvaldo Martins)(1950); - Valsa da despedida (Auld lang syne) (Robert Burns, translate by Alberto Ribeiro e João de Barro) (with Francisco Alves) (1941); - Zum-zum (Marino Pinto/Paulo Soledade) (1951). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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