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Dr Fernando Cunha, irá fazer uma linda Homenagem a Eterna Rainha do Chorinho no aniversário de 140 anos de Macaíba agora no mês de outubro 2017. Ontem dia 03 de setembro teve o desfile do dia 07 de setembro em Macaíba e a familia de Ademilde Fonseca, irmã Lalá, filha Eymar Fonseca, o genro, sobrinho e escritor da biografia Ademilde Fonseca, junto com uma das filhas e netas de Ademilde a Anna Lucia Delfino Barreto e uma sobrinha da parte do esposo de Ademilde Cristina Viana.
Ademilde Fonseca (nicknamed Queen of Chorinho; born on March 4, 1921 in São Gonçalo do Amarante; died on March 27, 2012 in Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian Choro singer, a genre of music that fuses popular European music and the music of African slaves. Ademilde Fonseca was popularly known as the "Queen of Chorinho". She was born on March 4, 1921 in Pirituba area of São Gonçalo do Amarante, Rio Grande do Norte in the Northeast Region of Brazil
Ademilde Fonseca was born in the village of Pirituba, in the city of São Gonçalo of Amarante (RN), in Mar 4, 1921. Move to Natal (RN) when was 4 . Marry the musician Naldimar Gedeão, with who was for Rio De Janeiro, in 1941. Worked in radio and it sang in programs of freshmen until getting success with its interpretation of the immortal song "Tico-tico no Fubá" to the side of the "regional" (tippical band) of Benedict Lacerda.
Ademilde Fonseca was popularly known as the "Queen of Chorinho". She was born on March 4, 1921 in Pirituba area of São Gonçalo do Amarante, Rio Grande do Norte in the Northeast Region of Brazil. She died of a heart attack on March 27, 2012 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil . Fonseca grew up in Natal, where she performed early and married the musician Naldimar Gedeão Delfim. In 1941, the couple moved to Rio and Fonseca appeared in Renato Murce's show Papel Carbono. In 1943 she recorded Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho and Urubu Malandro, which led to a successful career as a singer.
Pedacinhos Do Céu. 20 Selecionadas 2000. In July, she had her first record released, Tico-tico no Fubá. The album was received with success. In 1943, she recorded "Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho" (Ernesto Nazareth/João de Barro) and "Urubu Malandro" (adaptation by Lourival de Carvalho). Acknowledged as a successful singer, she became a requested professional by several composers. In 1997, she recorded the CD Ademilde Fonseca - Rainha do Choro with RGE. ~ Alvaro Neder.
All songs by Ademilde Fonseca can be download here. Browsing: Ademilde Fonseca found songs: 6. Songs by Popularity. Songs by ABC. Noites Cariocas Ademilde Fonseca. Brasileirinho (chorinho - 1950) Ademilde Fonseca. Odeon" de Ernesto Nazareth e Vinicius de Moraes - 1987 Ademilde Fonseca. Delicado - Ari Vieira-Waldir Azevedo Ademilde Fonseca. Delicado Ademilde Fonseca. Doce Melodia Ademilde Fonseca.