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Jacob Do Bandolim|Choros Evocativos (Original Album 1957)

Choros Evocativos (Original Album 1957)

Jacob Do Bandolim

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1
Flor do Abacate
00:03:03

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Álvaro Sandim "Santini", Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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2
Numa Seresta
00:02:43

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Luiz Americano, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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3
Bonicrates de Muletas
00:02:35

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Biliano De Oliveira, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Saxofone Por Que Choras
00:02:40

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Severino Rangel "Ratinho", Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Língua de Preto
00:02:44

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Honorino Lopes, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Dolente
00:02:51

Jacob Do Bandolim, Composer, Performer - Instrumental, Writer

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Graúna
00:02:51

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Joao Pernambuco, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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Saudações
00:02:49

Jacob Do Bandolim, Performer - Otávio Dias Moreno, Composer - Instrumental, Writer

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