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BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-BRAZILIAN " ATAULFO ALVES " WAS A COMPOSER AND SINGER OF SAMBA BRAZILIAN : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

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Ataulfo ​​Alves


Ataulfo ​​Alves
Monument to Ataulfo ​​Alves in Miraí
General information
Full nameAtaulfo ​​Alves de Sousa
BirthOf May 2 of 1909
SourceMiraí, Minas Gerais 
Country Brazil
Date of deathOf April 20 of 1969  (59 years)
Genre (s)Samba
Activity period1929 - 1969
Label (s)Odeon 
Sinter 
Copacabana 
Philips 
Polydor
Affiliation (s)Ataulfo ​​Alves & Her Pastors
Ataulfo ​​Alves de Sousa (Miraí, 2 of May of 1909 - Rio de Janeiro, 20 of April of 1969 [1]) was a composer and singer of sambaBrazilian, one of seven children of a guitarist, accordionist and repentista the Forest Zone called "Captain" Severino.

Biography 

At eight years old, he was already writing verses. Was dairy, driver of oxen, baggage handler, errand boy, shoeshine, carpenterand farmer, while he attended school. At ten years old, she lost her father and her mother was with her ​​children, living in centralMiraí .
At eighteen, he settled in Rio de Janeiro following a doctor for which he worked day and night as a pharmacy assistant. At nineteen he played guitar, ukulele and mandolin. He married Judith, coming the couple have five children.
At twenty began composing and became director of harmony Contact Who Want, block organized by district staff.
In 1933, Admiral recorded the samba Friday, his first composition to be released on disc. Days later, Carmen Miranda, recordedlost time, ensuring its entry into the art world. In 1958 he appeared in the film My Loves in Rio .
His musicografia exceeds 320 songs, one of the largest in Brazilian popular music, with the important interpreters who made ​​versions of his songs Clara Nunes and groups Quartet in Cy and MPB-4.
Died due to the worsening of an ulcer after surgery in Rio de Janeiro, just days before turning 60 years old. It was called - in the arts - from "Garnizé" likely to have short stature. Garnizé is a kind of smaller bump.

Greatest hits 

  • Oh, what a miss Amelia (with Mario Lago)
  • Cast the first stone (with Mario Lago)
  • Good Creole
  • Wrong, went wrong (with Arthur Vargas Junior)
  • Wrong, yes
  • Do as I
  • We well also samba
  • Jubilee
  • Ripe orange
  • Takes my samba
  • My childhood
  • March pro-east
  • Mulata hussy
  • In the samba rhythm (with Paul Gesta)
  • Or it rains knife
  • The trolley San Gennaro (with Wilson Batista)
  • The man and the dog (with Arthur Vargas Junior)
  • Oh! His Oscar (with Wilson Batista)
  • Yeah
  • Quaver of mulatto
  • I know it's cowardice (with Claudionor Cruz)
  • Will, but it will
  • Life of my life
  • Vassal of the samba

Discography 

Vinyl albums
  • 1959 - Ataulfo ​​Alves and Her Pastors
  • 1962 - My Samba ... My Life [Ataulfo ​​Alves with Orchestra]
  • 1966 - Forever Samba
  • 1968 - Ataulfo ​​Alves and His Achievements
  • 1968 - Ataulfo ​​Alves and Very Samba
  • 1970 - Ataulfo ​​Alves
  • 1977 - New History of MPB - Ataulfo ​​Alves