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"Ai Se Eu Te Pego" is a 2008 song by Brazilian band Cangaia de Jegue which was later popularized by Brazilian singer Michel Teló. Michel Telo's version of the song was released in Spain as a digital download on 22 November 2011. It entered the Spanish Singles Chart at number one and has also charted in Switzerland, Romania, Austria, The Netherlands, Germany and Italy, where it hit number one on the FIMI charts. The song is especially popular among soccer players. It was first danced by Brazilian player Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior , but it became extremely popular after Real Madrid players Marcelo Vieira and Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated a goal dancing to the choreography of the song. After that the "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" goal celebration spread to other European leagues. Michel Telo (Medianeira, January 21, 1981) is a Brazilian singer and composer. Telo was part of two music groups but it was in.
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Michel Telo (Medianeira, January 21, 1981) is a Brazilian singer and composer. Telo was part of two music groups but it was in the band "Grupo Tradicao" that his career as a singer took off. The group's biggest hits, were "Goodbye", "The Cauldron", "Forever My Life", "The Brazilian", and "I Want You". In addition to being a singer-songwriter he is also a dancer and plays the accordion, harmonica and guitar. Although he was born in the state of Paraná, Telo lives in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul. From his early years, Teló has dedicated his life to music. His artistic carreer began in 1987 when, as a eight-year-old, he made his first solo performance in his school choir, singing "My dear, old man, my friend", a piece by Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos. The performance was in the midst of a celebration to fathers that was being held at the school. At the age of 12, Teló joined the band "Group Guri". He became the lead singer. Besides his love for the harmonica, Michel took piano lessons for five years. "Ai Se Eu Te Pego" is a 2008 song by Brazilian band Cangaia de Jegue which was later popularized by Brazilian singer Michel Teló. Michel.
THE HISTORY OF THE MODERN DAY PIANO
If you talk about love and melody together, the first thing that comes to your mind is the sweet tune of the piano. Ranging from the classic masterpieces of the Beethoven’s Symphony to the classical melodies of music maestro Yanni, the sound of a playing piano has always been a delight to the ears. The piano has provided some classic notes over its life of more than 300 years. Modern day piano has evolved a lot as compared to its most basic version developed in the early 18th century from the harpsichord. The modern day piano, however, is case out of an iron frame with a frame where strings are fastened and wrest plank that assists in tuning the strings for the musical clarity.