|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Especial 30 Sucessos||30||Audio||1987||Odeon|
|2||Penumbra Romance||12||Audio||1972||London Records|
|4||Dick Farney: Piano Orquestra: Gaya||10||Audio||1967||Elenco|
|5||Concerto De Jazz (Ao Vivo)||7||Audio||1973||London Records|
|6||O Cantor, O Pianista E O Diretor De Orquestra||10||Audio||1979||RGE Discos|
|8||Dick Farney||12||Audio||1978||EMI Odeon|
|9||Noite||9||Audio||1981||Som Da Gente|
|10||Tereza Da Praia||4||Audio||1972||London Globe Records|
|11||5 Añoz De Jazz||6||Audio||1977||London Records|
|12||Jam Session Das Folhas||9||Audio||1961||RGE|
|13||J.A.M. (Jazz After Midnight)||7||Audio||1956||Columbia|
|14||Meia-Noite Em Copacabana Com Dick Farney||12||Audio||1956||Polydor|
|15||Dick Farney Jazz||7||Audio||1962||RGE|
|16||Tudo Isto É Amor Vol. 2||11||Audio||1977||Odeon|
|17||Um Piano Ao Cair Da Tarde Nº 2||12||Audio||1975||Odeon|
|18||Ao Vivo: A Arte Do Espetáculo||18||Audio||1992||RGE|
|19||Dick Farney E Seu Quinteto||8||Audio||1954||Continental (3)|
|20||Tudo Isto É Amor||11||Audio||1976||EMI-Odeon Fonográfica, Industrial e Eletrônica Ltda.|
|21||America's Favorite Songs By George Gershwin||8||Audio||Varsity|
Dick Farney, stage name of Farnese Dutra e Silva (November 14, 1921 - August 4, 1987) was a Brazilian singer, pianist and composer.
He began playing piano as a child, when he learned classical music with his father and mother taught him while singing.
In 1937 he debuted as a singer in the youth radio program "Hora Juvenil" at Cruzeiro do Sul radio station, in Rio de Janeiro. When performed the song "Deep Purple" (composed by David Rose), was taken by Cesar Ladeira to radio Mayrink Veiga, going to present the program Dick Farney, The Voice And The Piano. The group "Os Swing Maníacos" formed by Dick, had his brother Cyll Farney, (drums), accompanied Edu da Gaita on recording the music "Canção da India", of the Russian composer Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov (1844-1908). From 1941 to 1944, was crooner of the Carlos Machado orchestra at the Cassino da Urca, in the days when gambling was allowed in Brazil. In 1946 he was invited to go to the United States after the meeting with the arranger Bill Hitchcock and the pianist Eddie Duchin, at the Copacabana Palace Hotel. Did presentations on NBC radio for two months. In 1948 he successfully presented at the carioca club Vogue. In the year 1959 was the TV show - Dick Farney Show, Record TV - Channel 7 São Paulo. Formed his own orchestra at 1960. In 1965 at the newly opened TV Globo - Channel 4, Rio de Janeiro, presented by Betty Faria and Dick Farney, the TV show Dick and Betty. Gogô was his piano accompanist from 1977 to 1987.
He has owned the clubs Farney's and Farney's Inn, both in São Paulo. In 1971 formed a trio with Sabá. From 1973 to 1978 he played piano and sang at the nightclub Chez Régine in Rio.