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LEISURE LATIN GRAMMYS
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September 01, 2004
Brazilian singer Maria Rita poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award she accepted on behalf...
Los Angeles, USA
Brazilian singer Maria Rita, poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award.
Brazilian singer Maria Rita poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award she accepted on behalf of songwriter Milton Nascimento for "A Festa" which she recorded, during the 5th annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles September 1, 2004. Nascimento was unable to attend the ceremony. REUTERS/John Hayes JH
LEISURE LATIN GRAMMYS
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September 01, 2004
Brazilian singer Maria Rita poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award she accepted on behalf...
Los Angeles, USA
Brazilian singer Maria Rita, poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award.
Brazilian singer Maria Rita poses with the Best Brazilian Song Latin Grammy Award she accepted on behalf of songwriter Milton Nascimento for "A Festa" which she recorded, during the 5th annual Latin Grammy Awards in Los Angeles September 1, 2004. Nascimento was unable to attend the ceremony. REUTERS/John Hayes JH
SPORT SOCCER
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June 02, 2004
Brazilian singers Milton Nascimento (L) and Gilberto Gil, currently serving as Minister of Culture, sing...
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
BRAZILIAN SINGERS GIL AND NASCIMENTO SING NATIONAL ANTHEM BEFORE WORLD CUP QUALIFYING MATCH.
Brazilian singers Milton Nascimento (L) and Gilberto Gil, currently serving as Minister of Culture, sing the country's national anthem before the start of their World Cup qualifying match against Argentina in Minerao Stadium of Belo Horizonte, some 400 kms west of Rio de Janeiro, June 2, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes RR
BRAZIL CARNIVAL
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February 23, 2004
Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento waves from atop a float of the Mangueira samba school, in Rio de Janeiro's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
SINGER NASCIMENTO WAVES ATOP A FLOAT DURING CARNIVAL PARADE IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento waves from atop a float of the Mangueira samba school, in Rio de Janeiro's Sambodrome during the first of two nights of competition, early February 23, 2004. Rio's globally televised glitzy parades by top samba schools with lavish floats and bare-breasted, feather-adorned dancers will run through early Tuesday morning. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes SM/HB
BRAZIL CARNIVAL
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February 25, 2001
Two of Brazil's most popular singers, Marina Lima (L) and Milton Nascimento, watch a Carnival parade...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BRAZILIAN POP MUSICIANS MARINA LIMA AND MILTON NASCIMENTO AT CARNIVAL IN RIO.
Two of Brazil's most popular singers, Marina Lima (L) and Milton Nascimento, watch a Carnival parade from a VIP booth at the Sambadrome stadium in Rio de Janeiro February 25, 2001. Both were guests in the VIP spectator booth of Brazilian beer producer Brahma.

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BRAZIL ROCK IN RIO
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January 12, 2001
Brazilian singers Gilberto Gil (L) and Milton Nascimento perform during the Rock in Rio music Festival,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BRAZILIAN SINGERS GILBERTO GIL AND MILTON NASCIMENTO AT ROCK IN RIO MUSIC FESTIVAL.
Brazilian singers Gilberto Gil (L) and Milton Nascimento perform during the Rock in Rio music Festival, in Rio de Janeiro January 12, 2001. The seven day Rock in Rio for a better World festival will have 150 bands, including 38 major national and international acts, in a bid to lure some 1.5 million fans from Brazil and abroad.

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BRAZIL ROCK IN RIO
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January 12, 2001
Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento performs during the opening of the Rock in Rio music Festival, in...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
BRAZILIAN SINGER MILTON NASCIMENTO PERFORMS DURING RIO MUSIC FESTIVAL.
Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento performs during the opening of the Rock in Rio music Festival, in Rio de Janeiro January 12, 2001. The seven day Rock in Rio for a better World festival will have 150 bands, including 38 major national and international acts, in a bid to lure some 1.5 million fans from Brazil and abroad.

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