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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GLOBAL-ENTERTAINMENT
RTX7O067
August 06, 2020
A man walks past the music store and Bossa Nova music redoubt which was permanently closed during the...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rio de Janeiro
A man walks past the music store and Bossa Nova music redoubt which was permanently closed during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 6, 2020. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
RIO-BEACHES/
RTXRWUP
December 16, 2009
A woman plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A woman plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro
A woman plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order to Rio's famous beaches, ball games are among the undesirable activities being curtailed or banned as the city that will host a World Cup and Olympics within seven years seeks to clean up its act. But the policy is running into resistance on Rio's sands, amid worries that it will kill the soul and spontaneity of beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana, which have been celebrated in many a samba and bossa nova song. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RIO-BEACHES/
RTXRWUM
December 16, 2009
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order to Rio's famous beaches, ball games are among the undesirable activities being curtailed or banned as the city that will host a World Cup and Olympics within seven years seeks to clean up its act. But the policy is running into resistance on Rio's sands, amid worries that it will kill the soul and spontaneity of beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana, which have been celebrated in many a samba and bossa nova song. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RIO-BEACHES/
RTXRWUK
December 16, 2009
A man plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro
A man plays soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order to Rio's famous beaches, ball games are among the undesirable activities being curtailed or banned as the city that will host a World Cup and Olympics within seven years seeks to clean up its act. But the policy is running into resistance on Rio's sands, amid worries that it will kill the soul and spontaneity of beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana, which have been celebrated in many a samba and bossa nova song. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RIO-BEACHES/
RTXRWUJ
December 16, 2009
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro
Men play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order to Rio's famous beaches, ball games are among the undesirable activities being curtailed or banned as the city that will host a World Cup and Olympics within seven years seeks to clean up its act. But the policy is running into resistance on Rio's sands, amid worries that it will kill the soul and spontaneity of beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana, which have been celebrated in many a samba and bossa nova song. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RIO-BEACHES/
RTXRWUG
December 16, 2009
Women play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Women play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro
Women play soccer on Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro December 16, 2009. Under rules aimed at bringing order to Rio's famous beaches, ball games are among the undesirable activities being curtailed or banned as the city that will host a World Cup and Olympics within seven years seeks to clean up its act. But the policy is running into resistance on Rio's sands, amid worries that it will kill the soul and spontaneity of beaches like Ipanema and Copacabana, which have been celebrated in many a samba and bossa nova song. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-MUSIC/CAYMMI
RTR218RV
August 16, 2008
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008. Brazilian singer-songwriter Caymmi, who rose to fame in the 1930s by writing a hit song for Carmen Miranda and became known as the grandfather of bossa nova, died on Saturday. He was 94. In a career that spanned more than 60 years, the deep-voiced Caymmi composed more than 100 songs and recorded nearly 20 albums. Dozens of artists, from the late Hollywood star Miranda to bossa nova pioneer Joao Gilberto, performed his songs. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-MUSIC/CAYMMI
RTR218RP
August 16, 2008
Brazilian writer Joao Ubaldo Ribeiro stands by the body of his friend, singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian writer Joao Ubaldo Ribeiro stands by the body of his friend, singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi,...
Brazilian writer Joao Ubaldo Ribeiro stands by the body of his friend, singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi, during the wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008. Brazilian singer-songwriter Caymmi, who rose to fame in the 1930s by writing a hit song for Carmen Miranda and became known as the grandfather of bossa nova, died on Saturday. He was 94. In a career that spanned more than 60 years, the deep-voiced Caymmi composed more than 100 songs and recorded nearly 20 albums. Dozens of artists, from the late Hollywood star Miranda to bossa nova pioneer Joao Gilberto, performed his songs. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-MUSIC/CAYMMI
RTR218RN
August 16, 2008
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008. Brazilian singer-songwriter Caymmi, who rose to fame in the 1930s by writing a hit song for Carmen Miranda and became known as the grandfather of bossa nova, died on Saturday. He was 94. In a career that spanned more than 60 years, the deep-voiced Caymmi composed more than 100 songs and recorded nearly 20 albums. Dozens of artists, from the late Hollywood star Miranda to bossa nova pioneer Joao Gilberto, performed his songs. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-MUSIC/CAYMMI
RTR218RM
August 16, 2008
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro
The coffin of singer-songwriter Durival Caymmi is seen during his wake in Rio de Janeiro August 16, 2008. Brazilian singer-songwriter Dorival Caymmi, who rose to fame in the 1930s by writing a hit song for Carmen Miranda and became known as the grandfather of bossa nova, died on Saturday. He was 94. In a career that spanned more than 60 years, the deep-voiced Caymmi composed more than 100 songs and recorded nearly 20 albums. Dozens of artists, from the late Hollywood star Miranda to bossa nova pioneer Joao Gilberto, performed his songs. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
ENTERTAINMENT PORTUONDO
RTRMQST
July 20, 2001
The Buena Vista Social Club's 71-year-old Cuban diva Omara Portuondo,
seen here in a file photo taken...
Wiesen, Germany - FDR
FILE PHOTO OF CUBAN SINGER OMARA PORTUONDO.
The Buena Vista Social Club's 71-year-old Cuban diva Omara Portuondo,
seen here in a file photo taken July 20, 2001, in Wiesen, is getting
Asians up and dancing these days. Dubbed the "fiancee of feeling" for
infusing bossa nova with American jazz influences, Portuondo is in
Singapore for her second concert this year, fresh from performing in
Japan and South Korea. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer/File Photo

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