Various - Portugal - The Story Of Fado album flac
Fado, Music of Portugal. Viking River Cruises. Born along the waterfront, the dramatic songs of Fado speak of life, struggle and passion. The genre originated in Portugal in the early 1800's and quickly took its place as the music of the country.
Album · 2011 · 50 Songs.
Eu Queria Cantar-Le Um Fado.
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The word "fado" literally means fate, and there is a real sense of human fallibility in the singing and playing on every track. The selections were culled from recordings from the past 30 years, but this fine thread of humanity runs through them all. Beautiful music, tastefully programmed.
In the two centuries before the Christian era, Ancient Rome brought with it Greek influences; early Christians, who had their own differing versions of church music arrived during the height of the Roman Empire; the Visigoths, a Romanized Germanic people, who took control of the Iberian Peninsula following the fall of the Roman Empire; the Moors and Jews in the Middle Ages. Fado is a musical style, which arose in Lisbon as the music of the urban poor. Fado songs are typically lyrically harsh, accompanied by a wire-strung acoustic guitar or the Portuguese Guitar. Portugal-born Nuno Bettencourt's heritage is also reflected in the title of Extreme's 2008 album Saudades de Rock.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Genre of this release: Latin music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Hemisphere (catalog number 7243 8 55647 2 7). This album was released in 1997 year. Format of the release is. CD, Compilation. The album included the following session artists: Compilation Producer.
Fado sings about love, pain, loss and injustice of the society. Fado can be summed up in a single Portuguese word, saudade, which translates into a feeling of longing, melancholy or nostalgia. The result is a mournful melody that perfectly matches the personality of Portuguese people, very deep and romantic. Roots and traditions. There are different theories about the origin of Fado. Some say that Fado evolved from the black slaves singing inside the boats that transported them from Africa to Brazil and that it was introduced in Portugal during the reign of D. João VI, when he returned from.
O Fado Portugal deseja a todos um feliz Natal e magnífico ano novo. Obrigado e até breve. Fado Portugal wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a wonderful new year. Thanks and see you soon. Fado Portugal souhaite à tous un joyeux Noël et une bonne année. Fado Portugal desea a todos una Feliz Navidad y Año Nuevo maravillosa. Gracias y hasta pronto. 14 August 2018 ·. fmsimoes.
Fado is a style of music like no other. Mournful, stirring, and you could even say pessimistic – in true Portuguese fashion the lyrics tend to reflect on some of the sadder parts of life. If you’ve never been to Portugal before, chances are you’ve never heard Fado sung before. Listening to Fado is definitely one of the things that you should do while you’re in Portugal. You may not be able to understand the words, but just sitting in the audience and listening to the fadistas belt out the lyrics and it’s impossible not to be moved. There are two traditional style of Fado: one is found in Lisbon and the other in Coimbra. If you’re travelling through Portugal, take the time to go to shows in both cities. Most people tend to prefer the Lisbon style, but everybody has different tastes.
|1||–Alfredo Marceneiro||A Casa Da Mariquinhas||4:06|
|2||–Carlos Ramos||Não Venhas Tarde||3:31|
|3||–Berta Cardoso||Tia Macheta||2:03|
|4||–Hermínia Silva||A Tendinha||2:04|
|5||–Max*||A Rosinha Dos Limões||2:57|
|6||–Maria Teresa De Noronha||Rosa Enjeitada||3:33|
|7||–António Dos Santos||Partir É Morrer Um Poco||3:01|
|8||–Lucília Do Carmo||Foi Na Travessa Da Palha||2:40|
|9||–Amália Rodrigues||Foi Deus||3:39|
|10||–Tony De Matos||Lisboa A Noite||2:55|
|11||–Tristão Da Silva||Aquela Janela Virada Prò Mar||3:25|
|12||–Vicente Da Câmara||Fado Das Caldas||2:17|
|13||–Fernando Farinha||Belos Tempos||4:03|
|14||–Hermano Da Câmara*||Colchetas De Oiro||3:01|
|15||–António Mourão||Fadista Louco||2:30|
|16||–Fernanda Maria||Saudade Vai-Te Embora||2:57|
|18||–Teresa Silva Carvalho||Amar||2:19|
|19||–Carlos Do Carmo||Saudade Mal Do Fado||2:21|
|21||–Maria Da Fé||Até Que A Voz Me Doa||3:02|
|22||–Nuno da Câmara Pereira||Carvalo Ruco||2:43|
- Compilation Producer – David Ferreira , José Pracana
NotesEMI Hemisphere series.
All tracks licensed by EMI-Valentim de Carvalho Musica Lta.,
(p)&(c)1997 Premier, marketed and distributed by EMI Records Ltd.
Total time 65:58
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 724385564727
|7243 8 55647 2 7||Various||Portugal - The Story Of Fado (CD, Comp)||Hemisphere||7243 8 55647 2 7||US||1997|