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Ely Camargo portrait Singer/folklorist Ely Camargo devoted her career almost entirely to exploring and promoting the music of her native state, Goias, a landlocked area in central Brazil. Her father, Joaquim Edison Camargo, was the director of the Orquestra Sinfonica de Goiania, but Ely pursued a less erudite musical path, delving into the music of "the people," in album after album. Here's a quick look at her work...


Ely Camargo "Cancoes De Minha Terra, v.1" (Chantecler, 1962)

Ely Camargo "Cancoes Da Minha Terra, v.2: Ely Camargo Interpreta Compositores Goianos" (Chantecler, 1963)

Ely Camargo "Cancoes De Minha Terra, v.3" (Chantecler, 1964)

Ely Camargo "Cancoes De Minha Terra, v.4" (Chantecler, 1964)

Ely Camargo "Folclore Brasileiro" (Chantecler, 1965) (LP)

Ely Camargo "Gralha Azul - Folclore Do Parana" (Chantecler, 1966) (LP)

Ely Camargo "Outras Cancoes De Minha Terra (v.5)" (Chantecler, 1967) (LP)

Ely Camargo "Dancas Folcloricas E Folguedos Populares" (Chantacler, 1968) (LP)

Ely Camargo "Cancao Da Guitarra, Obras De Marcelo Tupinamba" (Chantecler, 1968)

Ely Camargo "Minha Terra" (Alvorada, 1973)

Ely Camargo "Cantos Da Minha Gente" (RCA Victor, 1974) (LP)

Ely Camargo "Cancoes Do Meu Brasil" (Chantecler, 1974)

Ely Camargo "Cantigas Do Povo: Agua Da Fonte" (Panoramico, 1983)

Ely Camargo "Lembracas De Goyaz" (1999)

Ely Camargo & Roberto Correa "Cancoes Brasileiras" (1999)


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