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Singer Miúcha in São Paulo city, 2011.

Heloísa Maria Buarque de Hollanda (born November 30, 1937 in Rio de Janeiro), whose artistic name is Miúcha,[1] is a Brazilian singer and composer. She is the daughter of historian Sérgio Buarque de Holanda and Maria Amélia Cesário Alvim, and sister of the singer and composer Chico Buarque and two other singers Ana de Hollanda (prior Ministry of Culture in Brazil) and Cristina. Her career began in 1975 working with her husband at that time, João Gilberto, and Stan Getz, recorded as a participant in the disc The Best of Two Worlds. This was followed by forays into jazz with Tom Jobim, Vinícius de Moraes, João Gilberto and her daughter Bebel Gilberto.


  • The best of two worlds (1976) Columbia LP
  • Miúcha & Antônio Carlos Jobim (1977) RCA Victor LP
  • Tom/Vinicius/Toquinho/Miúcha' - Gravado ao vivo no Canecão (1977) Som Livre LP, CD
  • Miúcha & Tom Jobim (1979) RCA Victor LP
  • Miúcha (1980) RCA Victor LP
  • Miúcha' (1989) Warner/Continental LP
  • Vivendo Vinicius ao vivo Baden Powell, Carlos Lyra, Miúcha e Toquinho (1999) BMG Brasil CD
  • Rosa amarela (1999) BMG Brasil CD
  • Miúcha.compositores (2002) Biscoito Fino CD
  • Miúcha canta Vinicius & Vinicius - Música e letra (2003) Biscoito Fino CD
  • Outros Sonhos (2007) Biscoito Fino CD
  • Miucha com Tom, Vinicius e Joao (2008) Sony CD