Fans from around the world are honouring bossa nova pioneer Joao Gilberto, filing past his coffin at his funeral in Rio de Janeiro.
Gilberto’s body is being displayed in an open casket at the entry of Rio’s Municipal Theatre.
His wife Maria do Ceu stood alongside his body while fans passed through to say their goodbyes.
Josef Fitz, from Germany, said Gilberto’s art “was exciting. It was a special kind of music, a new kind of music”.
The 88-year-old died of natural causes in his home in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday.
He was one of the fathers of bossa nova music, which gained international popularity in the 1960s.