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His life was not always easy. This change would forever mark his story and that of Brazilian popular music. The move to the hill was for economic reasons. The financial difficulties of temmpos family forced him to work. His father demanded all his earnings at the end of the month, and the friction between the two udos constant. Cartola often changed jobs. At that time, Cartola was one of the best bricklayers on the hill. His nickname, Cartola, was given to him by his construction friends at fifteen because, as was very vain, he was always wearing a hat, which he called a cartola top hatso as not to dirty his clothes with cement.
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Along with other friends, he founded Bloco dos Arengueiros Troublemaker Samba Groupwhich paraded around Morro da Mangueira and caused trouble in neighbouring districts. However, carrola enjoying a fight, they were excellent at samba. The name and colours were chosen by Cartola. The colours were the same as the guild he went to as a child: It is worth mentioning that his love for Carnival began in his childhood when he went with his parents and grandfather to Rancho dos Arrepiados — a kind of Carnival guild — whose colours were green and pink.
Samba for them was rhythm, choreography, genre, very similar to the invocations of Afro-Brazilian deities. In the s, Cartola was already a reference in writings on Brazilian music.
However, fame did not bring him financial reward and he had to work, as his family grew with additions and adopted children. What he earned with samba was just enough cattola maintain his vanity, for he liked to dress well. He worked as a bricklayer, fishmonger and cheese seller. His wife, Deolinda, occasionally worked as a cook. In the mids, samba schools became part of the official Carnival of Rio de Janeiro.
By then, Cartola had recorded other compositions and was recognised as a composer. Inhe won a competition organised by the city council, whose prize, a gold medal, had to be pawned to support his family. He composed so much, but only the hill heard his voice.
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He knew the taste of being acclaimed, while remaining with empty pockets. He was a friend of Villa-Lobos, but lived in a wooden shack. A respected and disconnected man. Owner of only a huge talent. In the following years, the s, Cartola was spreading his samba. He paraded on a Carnival float after being chosen samba-citizen. At thirty-eight, he came down with meningitis that weakened him for about a year.
Unfortunately, after his improvement, Deolinda passed away from heart problems. One of his greatest hits, sung also by other artists, Sim Yescartooa written after the death of his partner. To survive, he worked as a handyman. The course of his life had left him battered, toothless and thin. His nose began to show signs of the disease that made him undergo plastic surgery years later. Inhe met Zica, with whom he fell in love and spent the rest of his life. She urged him back to the music industry and to get a job.
While carhola as a car washer in Ipanema, he was rediscovered by Sergio Porto, who brought him back to the music world. However, samba was not trendy. Friends got jobs for him, and he worked as a messenger and also in various ministries.
gempos There Zica sold food and he was the caretaker. On Fridays, the house was full of friends drinking and playing samba. The development tmepos these meetings was the inauguration of Zicartolaa restaurant that became a samba house frequented by important personalities of the Rio music scene. The land was donated by the Rio de Janeiro State Government to Cartola for his contribution to music and Brazilian culture.
Despite being recognised as a living legend of Brazilian music and having his compositions recorded by famous performers, only inat over sixty years of age, did Cartola record his first individual LP, for catola he received various awards and went on to play shows throughout the country. O perfume que roubam de ti, ai The perfume they stole from you, there.
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E, quem sabe, sonhar os meus sonhos And, who knows, dream my dreams. That same year, he recorded the tfmpos album. It was critically acclaimed. But Mangueira was not the same. He needed more peace to compose. Although he had moved physically, his spirit remained in Mangueira. That same year, he had his first individual concert: His 70th birthday was celebrated with a serenade, masses and praise. His fourth and final LP came inwhen his economic prosperity had grown and his health had worsened.
Unlike in his youth, Cartola was always concerned about the future of Zica and his family. A cancer discovered two years earlier which had already been operated on, but not treated, returned. He needed a new operation.
He followed the treatment recommended by doctors, but suffered from the side effects. Although sick, he recorded one last time with Alcione in Cartola died on 30 Novemberat the age of seventy-two.
His poetry and his samba did not end with his death. His compositions have lived on and continue to be sung and dartola. During his lifetime, Cartola only left Mangueira a few times, always to return.
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