Maria Bethânia: Las Canciones Que Tu Hiciste Para Mi (Roberto Carlos/Erasmo Carlos) 1993 CD-New $49.99

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Maria Bethânia: Las Canciones Que Tu Hiciste Para Mi 1993 CD-New Made In Brasil.

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Maria Bethânia Viana Teles Veloso (born 18 June 1946) is a Brazilian singer and songwriter. Born in Santo Amaro, Bahia, she started her career in Rio de Janeiro in 1964 with the show “Opinião” (“Opinion”), she is “The Queen of Brazilian Music”. Due to its popularity, with performances all over the country, and the popularity of her 1965 single “Carcará”, the artist became a star in Brazil.

When she was 16, her brother Caetano Veloso invited her to sing in a film for which he was producing the soundtrack, but she refused. Nevertheless, the film’s director, Álvaro Guimarães, liked her voice and invited the young musician to perform in the 1963 Nélson Rodrigues‘s musical Boca de Ouro. This time Bethânia accepted, and for the first time in her life she went on stage to sing for an audience, opening the play performing a samba by Ataulfo Alves. That same year, Bethânia and her sister met singers Gilberto Gil and Gal Costa; Caetano had been invited to put on an MPB show to inaugurate the Teatro Vila Velha. The four artists got together and, in 1964, staged Nós, por exemplo (We, for example).

The show was a success and was presented again twenty months later, with the participation of singer-songwriter Tom Zé. That same year, the group mounted another show called Nova Bossa Velha e Velha Bossa Nova (New Old Bossa and Old New Bossa). Still in that year, directed by Caetano and Gil, Bethânia performed another musical, this time on her own, called Mora na Filosofia (Lives in Philosophy).

She began performing again with her brother, as well as Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, and Tom Zé, at the opening of the Vila Velha Theater in the next year. During one of these performances, the bossa nova musician Nara Leão offered her an opportunity to take her place in a series of performances titled “Opinião”.

Edição em espanhol do disco lançado no Brasil em 1983: As canções que você fez pra mim. Orquestra de Cordas Inglesa sob regência de Graham Preskett.

Video: Maria BethâniaLas Canciones Que Hiciste Para Mi 1993 (Erasmo Carlos / Roberto Carlos)

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Weight 14 oz
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 1 in
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