'Vamos Cantar' was the most popular lyrics-only magazine but there were other publications too. 'Canta Moçada' (Sing young people) was printed in Rio de Janeiro too. Here's the issue (December 1959) just after Dolores Duran's death in late October 1959. There was a section in 'Canta Moçada' where a popular song-writer would copy his song in his own handwriting. 'Canta Moçada' published 'Por causa de você', in Miss Duran's own long hand. It also printed 'O sono de Dolores' (Dolores' dream) which was a homage to the deceased singer, written by José Messias and sung by Ângela Maria & Mara Silva on side A and Roberto Silva, Roberto Audi, Gilberto Alves, Jorge Veiga & Jairo Aguiar on the B side of a 78 rpm single.
# 12 Maysa 1958.
#1 Angela Maria - 1958.
# 13 Angela Maria 1959; Marion Duarte & Orlando Silva #39.
#38 Gilberto Milfont; Celly Campello & Jairo Aguiar.
# 42 Dolores Duran died on 24 October 1959 Elza Laranjeira - Carlos Galhardo
Dolores Duran's own long hand in 'Por causa de você' in which she shared partnership with Tom Jobim
Dolores Duran - Aracy Costa
Lana Bittencourt - Dalva de Andrade
Marlene - Carlos Augusto
Black-Out or Blackout or Blecaute - Luiz Wanderley
Maysa - José Orlando - Dolores Duran's hits
Joselito - Sandra Helena - Pery Ribeiro
Leila Silva signs up with Chantecler and Palmeira - Anísio Silva
Luiz Claudio - Jorge Goulart
José Orlando - Alaíde Costa
Elizeth Cardoso - Agostinho dos Santos - Presidente Bossa Nova (Juscelino Kubitschek).
# 60 Celly Campello on the cover.
Francisco José # 51 November 1960; #53 Olivinha Carvalho.
Cauby Peixoto #58 - 15 December 1960.
#67 Trio Guarany 1961.
# 67 'Perdão para dois' / 'Não sabemos' - 1961; 'A noiva' & 'Perdão pelo bem que te quero'.
Luely Figueiró in 'Musica & Letra' December 1959.
Osmar Navarro - Dolores Duran in the pages of 'Música & Letra' mourning her passing away