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Dudu Tucci grew up in a family with a musical background, and was already playing drums at very young age at umbanda-ceremonies. He studied classical percussion, flute and musicology at Brooklin Paulista Conservatory in São Paulo. After that he traveled throughout South-America to study Latin American music.
In 1978, he was invited to play in the symphonic orchestra in his home town. At the same time he met the well-known Brazilian dancer Ismael Ivo and both opened the "Experimental Black Dance Group". After a cooperation with Arrigo Barnabé, Tucci was invited to the JazzFest Berlin, and has been living in Berlin since then.
- Oduduá (1990)
- Obátimalê (1992)
- Orishás (1994, Candomblé-music)
- Native Dreamer (1995)
- Tribal World (1995)
- Afoxé Loni (2002)
- Inaê (2004)
- Amacy (2005, Umbanda-music)
- Nadador (2006)
- Samba und Sambistas in Brasilien. With Tiago de Oliveira Pinto. Noetzel Verlag, Wilhelmshaven 1992. (in German)
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