Déo Rian

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Déo Cesário Botelho or Déo Rian (born February 26, 1944 in Rio de Janeiro) is a famous Brazilean musician, composer and choro bandolinist.

He is a student of Jacob do Bandolim.[1] In 1970 after Jacob's death, he took over his teacher's role as band leader and mandolinist in the choro orchestra Época de Ouro.

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  1. ^ Tamara Elena Livingston-Isenhour, Thomas George Caracas Garcia. 2005. Choro: A Social History Of A Brazilian Popular Music. Indiana University Press, Jul 30, 2005 p. 133

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