Clara Nunes

Clara Francisca Gonçalves de Araújo

Also known as Clara
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.myspace.com/claranunes

Discography of Clara Nunes:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Brasileiro Profissão Esperança

16 mp3 1974 Odeon
2

Brasileiro Profissão Esperança

11 mp3 1974 Odeon
3

As Forcas Da Natureza

12 mp3 1977 Odeon
4

Sucessos De Ouro

12 mp3 1979 Odeon
5

Canto Das Três Raças

10 mp3 1976 Standard (2)
6

Clara Nunes

14 mp3 1971 Odeon
7

Clara Nunes

12 mp3 1973 Odeon
8

O Canto Da Guerreira

14 mp3 1989 EMI
9

Conto De Areia / Meu Sapato Já Furou

4 mp3 1974 Odeon
10

Canto Das Três Raças

10 mp3 1976 Odeon
11

Clara Nunes

14 mp3 1971 Odeon
12

Nação

10 mp3 1982 EMI-Odeon
13

Esperança

12 mp3 1979 Odeon
14

Clara

10 mp3 1981 Odeon
15

Clara Clarice Clara

13 mp3 Standard (2)
16

A Voz Adorável De Clara Nunes

12 mp3 1966 Odeon
17

Claridade

12 mp3 1975 Odeon
18

Brasilia

12 mp3 1973 Odeon
19

Fala Viola

2 mp3 1973 Odeon
20

Brasil Mestiço

12 mp3 1980 Odeon
21

4 Sucessos

4 mp3 Odeon
22

Clara

10 mp3 1981 Odeon
23

Clara Morena

12 mp3 1983 Odeon
24

Sucessos De Ouro

12 mp3 1994 Odeon
25

Alvorecer

11 mp3 1974 Odeon
26

Esperança

4 mp3 1979 EMI
27

Brasileiro Profissão Esperança

16 mp3 1974 Odeon
28

Guerreira

12 mp3 1978
29

As Forças Da Natureza

12 mp3
30

Clara

10 mp3 1981 EMI-Odeon Fonográfica, Industrial e Eletrônica Ltda.
31

Você Passa E Eu Acho Graça

12 mp3 1968 Odeon
32

Meus Momentos

32 mp3 EMI Brazil
33

The Best Of Clara Nunes

20 mp3 1992 World Pacific
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Clara Nunes (August 12, 1943 – April 2, 1983) was a Afro-Brazilian singer, regarded as one of the greatest of her generation. She became the first female singer in Brazil to sell over 100,000 copies, and her achievements in the samba genre earned her the title of "Queen of Samba".
She had enormous success with samba songs written by composers such as Nelson Cavaquinho, Paulinho da Viola and Chico Buarque, in addition to songs devoted to orishas and Portela, her favorite samba school. Among her hits, recorded in 16 solo albums, are "Você Passa e Eu Acho Graça" (1968), "Ê Baiana" (1971), "O Mar Serenou" (1975), "As Forças da Natureza" (1977), "Guerreira" (1978), "Morena de Angola" (1980), and "Nação" (1982). At the peak of her career, Nunes would sell more than a million copies of each album she released.
Nunes was also a researcher of the rhythms and folklore of Brazilian popular music, and traveled several times to Africa to search for the roots of black music. Familiar to Afro-Brazilian dances and traditions, she converted to Umbanda in her later life. On 1983, she died at age 39 after suffering from anaphylaxis during a surgery to treat varicose veins. Until today, she remains one of the most popular singers in Brazil.

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