Broery

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Broery (June 25, 1948 - April 7, 2000) was the stage name of the famous Indonesian singer Broery Pesulima, also known as Broery Marantika.

Broery was born in Ambon, Maluku as "Simon Dominggus Pesulima". His parents were Gijsberth Pesulima and Wilmintje Marantika.

He died on April 7, 2000 in Jakarta.

Early life[edit]

Broery Pesulima or also known by the name Broery Marantika (25 June 1948-7 April 2000) was a singer and musician born in Indonesia's Ambon. His real name was Simon Dominggus Pesulima, during his career he also uses the name Broery Marantika taken from his mother's family name. He was raised by the family of his mother's uncle, Simon Marantika. His father named Gijsberth Pesulima while her mother called Wilmintje Marantika. Broery has three brothers, namely Henky, Freejohn and Helmi. Since small Broery is a member of the church choir in Ambon. In 1964 he was the singing contest held oeh Radio Republik Indonesia (RRI) in Ambon. Broery a year and then moved to Jakarta and started his career as a professional singer with Remy Leimena join the group. Helmi Pesulima also known as a singer. Broery make the first album recorded in 1968–1969. He was known for starting roles in the film End A Dreamland in 1971 and in the film Broery sing two songs, Wind and Night Dream sad. One of the famous songs are thorny and Roses Night Wind. Broery experienced since the stroke in 1998 and on 7 April 2000, Broery died in hospital Cinere Puri, Jakarta after that he often entered the hospital exit. Broery leaving a wife and two children.

Personal life[edit]

Broery got married for the first time in Singapore to local performer, Anita Sarawak and subsequently took on the name Broery Abdullah. After his divorce from Sarawak, he reverted to using his original name. Later, he married Wanda Irene Latuperisa. They have two children, named Indonesia Pesulima and Nabila Methaya Pesulima. Anita Sarawak is not the first marriage

Honors and awards[edit]

  • He was winner in 1997 with his song Letters To Kekasih at Malaysia Official Music Industry Award (AIM).
  • In 1996 The Best of Sound Track Album of the Movie at Malaysia Eliminate Air Mata (wipe your tears)
  • Awarded in 1991 Categories in Jakarta in Festifal Best Music Vidio, Clip, Sound track, Producer Broery composition and singing songs in Once There Was Love

List of songs[edit]

  • Widuri
  • Mengapa Harus Jumpa
  • Siti Nurbaya
  • Seiring dan Sejalan (duet with Sharifah Aini from Malaysia)
  • Selamat Tinggal
  • Aku Jatuh Cinta
  • Ayah
  • Kharisma Cinta
  • Aku Orang Tak punya
  • Duri Dalam Cinta
  • Senja Di Kuala Lumpur
  • Sabar Menanti
  • Rindumu Rinduku
  • Abang Beca
  • Kasih
  • Biarkan bulan bicara
  • Cinta
  • Waktu potong Padi
  • Sabar Menanti
  • Mungkinkah
  • Antara Cinta dan Dusta
  • Balada seorang Minta-minta
  • Alam Jadi saksi
  • Rindumu rinduku
  • Senja Kelabu
  • Setangkai Bunga Anggrek (duet with Emillia Contessa) from Indonesia
  • Bahasa Cinta (duet with Vina Panduwinata)
  • Untuk apa Lagi (duet with Vina Panduwinata)
  • Jangan ada dusta di antara kita (duet with Dewi Yull)
  • Kharisma Cinta (duet with Dewi Yull)
  • Segalaku Untukmu (duet with Dewi Yull)
  • Rindu Yang Terlarang (duet with Dewi Yull)
  • Dekat Tapi Jauh (duet with Ziana Zain from Malaysia)
  • Jangan Ada Dusta di Antara Kita (duet with Rossa)

Album[edit]

Music Award[edit]

  • 1997 He was winner with his song Surat Untuk Kekasih at Malaysia Official Music Industry Award ( AIM ).
  • 1996 The Best of Sound Track Album of the Movie at Malaysia Hapuslah Air Mata( wipe your tears )
  • 1991 Win of six Categories at Jakarta Music Festival in Best Vidio, Clip, Sound track, Composition and Producer He sings Once There Was Love

Filmography[edit]

  • Jangan biarkan mereka lapar 1974
  • Lagu untukmu 1973
  • Akhir sebuah impian 1973
  • Istriku sayang istriku malang 1977
  • Kasih sayang 1974
  • Wajah tiga perempuan 1976
  • Impian perawan 1976
  • Brandal - brandal metropolitan 1971
  • Bawang putih 1974
  • Perempuan histiris 1976
  • Sesuatu yang indah 1976
  • Matahari hampir terbenam 1971
  • Hapuslah air matamu 1975

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