Ary Evangelista Barroso (* 7. November 1903 in Ubá, Minas Gerais, Brazil; † 9. February 1964 in Rio de Janeiro) was one of the most popular Brazilian composers and singer of the 1940er and 1950er years.
Barroso studied classical Piano and played as a young man in dance orchestras in Rio de Janeiro. In order to make money for its marriage, it composed the song “Dá Nela” and applied thereby with the Liederfestival to the Karneval 1930 in Rio, which by the disk company Casa Edison was organized. The song won the first price and Barroso became in the consequence a regular composer for Karneval marches and - Sambas. It wrote hundreds of Sambas and Balladen, many of it explicitly for the singer Carmen Miranda.
1939 composed Barroso its most well-known title “Aquarela DO Brasil “, which became world-famous in the shortened form as “Brazil” and experienced countless vocale and instrumentale interpretations. Roll Disney heard the song with an attendance in Brazil 1941 and decided, the title in the Trickfilm “Saludos Amigos” to insert (1942) (three Caballeros in the Sambafieber). Promptly it brought in Barroso 1944 for OSCAR - a nominating. Disney invited Barroso to come to Hollywood but the offer rejected. It supplied further music material nevertheless for Disney, among other things the title “Baía” (also “Bahia”, originals: Well Baixa DO Sapateiro) for the Trickfilm “The Three Caballeros” (three Caballeros) (1944). Also this title became of many artists instrument valley, among other things by the orchestras Werner Mueller and Xavier Cugat, and vocal, among other things from Bing Crosby and Caterina Valente, interprets.
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|SHORT DESCRIPTION||Brazilian composer and singer|
|DATE OF BIRTH||7. November 1903|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ubá, Minas Gerais, Brazil|
|DYING DATE||9. February 1964|
|DYING PLACE||Rio de Janeiro|