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Luciano Perrone

Luciano Perrone

Luciano Perrone


One of the most important Brazilian drummers in the 20th century, Luciano was the son of maetro Luís Perrone and pianist Noêmia Perrone. He first tasted stardom at age 9, when he shared the stage with Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who performed Brazil in 1917. Perrone started out as a drummer and percussionist in 1922, becoming a member of various orchestras. Perrone became famous in 1927, when he innovated the samba beat in recording sessions at Odeon, with Simon Bountman's orchestra. Read more on Last.fm
One of the most important Brazilian drummers in the 20th century, Luciano was the son of maetro Luís Perrone and pianist Noêmia Perrone. He first tasted stardom at age 9, when he shared the stage with Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who performed Brazil in 1917. Perrone started out as a drummer and percussionist in 1922, becoming a member of various orchestras. Perrone became famous in 1927, when he innovated the samba beat in recording sessions at Odeon, with Simon Bountman's orchestra.

From there, he proceeded to build up a solid career as a drummer. He met maestro Radamés Gnattali in the 30s, and they developed a strong friendship that lasted through the 50s. In 1963, Perrone released the album "Batucada Fantástica", presenting examples of a wide range of Brazilian rhythms, such as maracatu, baião, maxixe, afoxé and, of course, samba. Although he retired in 1968, he made the album "Batucada Fantástica, Vol.

3" in 1972. 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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