- Performer:Dalva de Oliveira
- Title:Bis Series
- Style:Brazilian Pop,Brazilian Traditions
- Date of release:2000
- Recording date:1947 - 1971
- Size FLAC version1876 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1115 megabytes
- Size WMA version1889 megabytes
- Formats:DXD MP2 FLAC MP1 AU DTS
Double CD compilation (28 songs) of some hits by Dalva de Oliveira, important singer from the old radio days, recorded through Odeon (today, EMI). Comprises the period 1947-1971. Professional singer since 1933, when began to work at Rádio Mineira, her first hits were from 1937 ("Itaguari" and "Ceci e Peri," recorded for Victor, not included).
Dalva de Oliveira or Vicentina de Paula Oliveira (May 5, 1917 – August 31, 1972) was a Brazilian singer and one of "divas" of the "Radio Er. Her greatest hits included Segredo (Secret) (1947), Tudo acabado (It's All Over) (1950), Ave Maria (1950), and Teus olhos verdes (Your Green Eyes) (1961).
guitar pro. Série Bis: Dalva de Oliveira. Que Será?submit Palhaço Há Um Deussubmit Ave Mariasubmit Bom Dia Estão Voltando As Flores E A Vida Continuasubmit Segredo A Grande Verdadesubmit Kalu.
Dalva de Oliveira (born as Vicentina Paula de Oliveira in May 5, 1917 - died in Aug 31, 1972) was a Brazilian singer. Married with the composer Herivelto Martins and mother of the great bossa-nova singer Pery Ribeiro. Dalva showed with one of the great names of the samba-canção sort. Compared with bolero for the exploration and dither of the love-romantic subject or for the suffering of a love not carried through, "dor-de-cotovelo" ("pain-of-elbow") or fossa was also called.
Dalva De Oliveira - Sonho De Pobre (03:17, 320Kb/s). Dalva De Oliveira - Fumando Espero (03:30, 320Kb/s). Dalva De Oliveira - La Copa Del Olvido (02:33, 320Kb/s). Dalva De Oliveira - Palhaco (02:58, 320Kb/s). Dalva De Oliveira - Prece Ao Senhor Do Bonfim (02:59, 320Kb/s). Snowy Winter Hits (2017) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood.
Dalva de Oliveira (Rio Claro, May 5, 1917 - Rio de Janeiro, August 30, 1972) was a Brazilian singer. Daughter of a mulatto carpenter, Mario de Paula Oliveira, known as Mario Carioca, and Alice do Espírito Santo Oliveira, Vincentina de Paula Oliveira was born on May 5, 1917 in the city of Rio Claro, São Paulo. Dalva suffered greatly for it. In 1949, formalized the separation. In 1952, after devoting more than once in the music world and win the title of Queen of Radio, Dalva de Oliveira resolves tour of Argentina, to visit the country and sing in Buenos Aires. Tito knows this occasion Climent, who becomes his friend first, then his manager and later, her second husband. As he adopted a daughter named Lucy Dalva de Oliveira Climent, Dalva which fought in court for custody of the girl, who stays with her husband, married years since he lived fighting.
Dalva de Oliveira on Carnaval Retrô - Marchinhas. In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart. by Dalva De Oliveira on Ei, Você Aí! As Mais Belas Marchinhas. Bandeira Branca by Dalva De Oliveira on Ei, Você Aí! As Mais Belas Marchinhas. Bandeira Branca (Album Version) by Angela Maria feat. Dalva de Oliveira on Pela Saudade Que Me invade (Um tributo a Dalva de Oliveira).
Rio de Janeiro, 02:39. Mentira de Amor, 03:04. Segundo de Andar, 03:01. Carnaval, Carnaval, 02:42.
CreditsDalva de Oliveira - Primary Artist
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Que Sera?||Dalva de Oliveira|
|2||Palhaco||Dalva de Oliveira|
|3||Fim de Comedia||Dalva de Oliveira|
|4||Ha Um Deus||Dalva de Oliveira|
|5||Ave Maria||Dalva de Oliveira|
|6||Bom Dia||Dalva de Oliveira|
|7||Estao Voltando as Flores||Dalva de Oliveira|
|8||E a Vida Continua||Dalva de Oliveira|
|9||Segredo||Dalva de Oliveira|
|10||A Grande Verdade||Dalva de Oliveira|
|11||Kalu||Dalva de Oliveira|
|12||Das Rosas||Dalva de Oliveira|
|13||O Rouxinol||Dalva de Oliveira|
|14||Mascara Negra||Dalva de Oliveira|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Tudo Acabado||Dalva de Oliveira|
|2||Ave Maria No Morro||Dalva de Oliveira|
|3||Estrela Do Mar||Dalva de Oliveira|
|4||Hino ao Amor||Dalva de Oliveira|
|5||Folha Morta||Dalva de Oliveira|
|6||Neste Mesmo Lugar||Dalva de Oliveira|
|7||Coqueiro Velho||Dalva de Oliveira|
|8||Olhos Verdes||Dalva de Oliveira|
|9||Sete Notas de Amor||Dalva de Oliveira|
|10||Errei, Sim||Dalva de Oliveira|
|11||Voce Mudou Demais||Dalva de Oliveira|
|12||Segundo Andar||Dalva de Oliveira|
|13||Depois Do Amor||Dalva de Oliveira|
|14||Bandeira Branca||Dalva de Oliveira|