In Paris, she consolidated her relations with popular music, she sang samba in different concert halls and began to compose. Out of that first harvest came songs like "Onda" and "Queda por um Samba",which was composed over the telephone together with her father. She went back to Italy some other times to sing and she still found time to write a doctorate thesis on Venetian Baroque opera for the Universities of Tours and Milan. During those years in Paris she conceived her first album, "De Amor e Mar", produced by Fernando Cavaco and Alfredo Bello and recorded between São Paulo, Paris and Brasília.
Tom Zé, Hamilton de Holanda, Philippe Baden Powell, Marcelo Pretto, Fernando Alves Pinto and Simone Sou all participated in the album, the most important piece of Ligiana's baggage, who now celebrates her return to Brazil. 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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