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He recorded more than 80 LP/CD, mainly in 'choro' music style. He won the best record award in 1965, 1975 and 1980. In 1957 he joined Regional do Canhoto after Altamiro Carrilho left them, until their split in 1964, and in the 70s he played with Regional de Evandro.
1 –Altamiro Carrilho E Carlos Poyares Diplomata. 2 –Altamiro Carrilho. 4 –Altamiro Carrilho. 5 –Altamiro Carrilho. 8 –Altamiro Carrilho.
Altamiro Carrilho, Carlos Poyares. Altamiro Carrilho e Sua Flauta Azul. 2016 Original Album 1957. 2016 Original Album 1955. Encontro Dos Mestres do Choro.
Altamiro Carrilho, Abel Ferreira, Carlos Poyares, Raul De Barros, Waldyr Azevedo, Zimbo Trio, Hamilton Godoy, Rubens Barsotti, Pernambuco Do Pandeiro, Voltaire, Valmar, Sa Neto, Roberto Barbosa, Ivanildo Marques & Jaime Florêncio 2007. As an actor and flutist, Poyares worked in nine films. As a member of the third generation of a family of musicians, Poyares learned the rudiments of flute with his mother, a concerto player. At five, he was given a tin flute. Three years later, he ran away from home to work in a circus, where he worked as a trapeze artist and several other jobs. He recorded his first album in 1965, Som de Prata, Flauta de Lata, which was awarded for his ingenious use of his tin flute in complex arrangements and improvisations. In 1994, Poyares toured Europe as a soloist, performing in France, Spain, Holland, and Portugal.
One of the most important choro flutists ever, Altamiro Carrilho put together a solid virtuosity and an ease for improvisation that in his 58 years as a professional artist (completed in 2001, having recorded over 110 albums) brought him the praise of both classical and popular renowned musicians, along with a consolidated popularity. His trademark was the insertion of excerpts of classical pieces into choro, and vice versa, as he did in the cadenza of the Concerto in D Major KV 314 ahead of the Orquestra Sinfônica de Porto Alegre (1976). Altamiro Carrilho e Carlos Poyares-Pixinguinha De Novo (1975) FULL ALBUM. Altamiro Carrilho Pedacinhos do irinho (Waldir Azevedo) Instr. Regional de Altamiro Carrilho - Tributo a Pixinguinha - Brasil Especial Pixinguinha (7) - 1976.
Altamiro Carrilho (born Altamiro Aquino Carrilho; December 21, 1924 – August 15, 2012) was a Brazilian musician and composer. He is widely regarded as a master flutist and a major representative of the choro genre Discography. Pixinguinha, de Novo - Altamiro Carrilho e Carlos Poyares (1975). A flauta de prata e o bandolim de ouro - Altamiro Carrilho e Niquinho (1972). A furiosa ataca o sucesso (1972). Altamiro Carrilho e sua bandinha no Largo da Matriz (1966). A banda é o sucesso (1966). Choros imortais nº 2 (1965). Uma flauta em serenata (1965). Altamiro Carrilho e sua bandinha nas Festas Juninas (1964). No mundo encantado das flautas de Altamiro Carrilho (1964). Choros imortais (1964). He is widely regarded as a master flutist and a major representative of the choro genre Altamiro Carrilho. Altamiro Carrilho in 1963. Background information. Altamiro Aquino Carrilho.
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|1||–Altamiro Carrilho E Carlos Poyares||Diplomata|
|3||–Carlos Poyares||Te Encontrei|
|4||–Altamiro Carrilho||A Vida É Um Buraco|
|7||–Carlos Poyares||Não Me Digas|
|9||–Altamiro Carrilho||Um Chorinho Para Elizeth|
|10||–Altamiro Carrilho E Carlos Poyares||Inspiração|
|11||–Altamiro Carrilho||Caixa Alta|
|12||–Altamiro Carrilho||Salto Do Grilo|
|13||–Carlos Poyares||Urubu Malandro
Music By – João De Barro, Lourival Carvalho Louro*
|14||–Carlos Poyares||Pedacinhos do Céu
Music By – Waldir Azevedo
|15||–Carlos Poyares||André de Sapato Novo
Music By – André Victor Corrêa
|16||–Carlos Poyares||Primavera No Rio ~ Copacabana
Music By – Alberto Ribeiro, João De Barro
|17||–Carlos Poyares||Na Baixa do Sapateiro
Music By – Ary Barroso
|18||–Carlos Poyares||Porto Dos Caisais
Music By – Jaime L. Lubianca
|19||–Carlos Poyares||Meu Pequeno Cachoeiro
Music By – Raul Sampaio
|20||–Carlos Poyares||Meu Sabiá
Music By – Rubens Leal Brito
- Recorded At – Estúdio Hara - Rio De Janeiro
- Manufactured By – Take-Off Co., Ltd.
- Distributed By – Take-Off Co., Ltd.
- Cavaquinho – Valmar Gama De Amorim* (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Jun Takemura
- Design [Produção Gráfica] – Noel Koga
- Directed By [Direção Artística] – Carolina Andrade (tracks: 1 to 16), Marcus Vinicius (tracks: 17 to 19)
- Directed By [Direção Musical] – Carlos Poyares (tracks: 17 to 19)
- Guitar [Violaõ 7 Cordas], Pandeiro – Voltaire Muniz de Sá (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Music By – Pixinguinha (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Photography By [Foto] – Pimento Taqué
- Producer – Luis Alberto Ferri (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Max Pierre (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Shekere [Afuché] – Aracy Ribeiro Valente (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Surdo, Pandeiro, Percussion [Côco] – Moacyr Machado Gomes (tracks: 1 to 12)
- Triangle, Percussion [Côco] – Altamiro Carrilho (tracks: 1 to 12)