Various - Guitarra Portuguesa FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Guitarra Portuguesa
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Portuguese Guitar Guitarra Portuguesa. Left: Coimbra guitar; right: Lisbon guitar. The Portuguese guitar or Portuguese guitarra (Portuguese: guitarra portuguesa, pronounced ) is a plucked string instrument with twelve steel strings, strung in six courses of two strings. It is one of the few musical instruments that still uses watch-key or Preston tuners. It is iconically associated with the musical genre known as Fado, and is now an icon for anything Portuguese. The Portuguese translation includes a glossary describing the various characteristics (tunings, social status, repertoire, et. of both cittern and "English" guitar of the time. Gradually the Simpson design was transformed by Portuguese luthiers, with a wider body, longer scale length, and a wider fingerboard, made more manageable by using a large radius, rather than a flat fingerboard.
Guitarra Portuguesa is a English album released on Nov 2012. Guitarra Portuguesa Album has 25 songs sung by Carlos Paredes, Various Artist, Jaime Santos. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Guitarra Portuguesa songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
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This album makes me feel so special in the world because FADO is this unique sad but gorgeous genre of music. Carlos Paredes é um dos grande ícones portugueses no que diz respeito a vertente do fado. 2. 1. 1y. Razzle Dazzle.
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Portuguese Guitar Guitarra Portuguesa. The Portuguese guitar is used for solo music as well as accompaniment and its wide repertoire is often presented in concert halls and in the context of classical and world music festivals all around the world. Caldeira Cabral, Pedro (1999). A Guitarra Portuguesa,.
Guitarra Portuguesa, 1989. Guitarra Portuguesa, 1989. Variaçães Em Re Maior, 02:40. Canção Verdes Anos, 03:02. Romance No. 1, 03:34. Dancas Portuguesas No. 2, 03:37.
|1||Carlos Paredes – Serenata|
|2||Conjunto de Guitarra de Raúl Nery – Lisboa ao entardecer|
|3||Domingos Camarinha – Nocturno|
|4||Jorge Fontes – Melodia triste|
|5||Casimiro Ramos – Variações em Mi menor|
|6||José Nunes – Variações em Lá menor Nº2|
|7||Francisco Carvalhinho – Fado canção|
|8||Carlos Paredes – Danças portuguesas Nº1|
|9||Eduardo Melo e António Portugal - Morena|
|10||Jaime Santos – Fado velho|
|11||Francisco Carvalhinho – Recordações - Rapsódia|
|12||Artur Paredes e Carlos Paredes – Passatempo|
|13||Casimiro Ferreira, António Portugal e Eduardo Melo – Variações em Ré menor|
|14||Jorge Fontes – Lamentos da minha guitarra|
|15||Quarteto de Guitarras de Martinho D’Assunção – Tudo isto é fado|
|16||Jaime Santos – Marcha fadista|
|17||Carlos Paredes – Variações em Si menor|
|18||José Nunes – Variações no Fado Lopes|
|19||Domingos Camarinha – Variações sobre fado corrido|
|20||Guitarristas Privativos da Estoril – Variações em Ré|
|21||Quarteto de Guitarras de Martinho D’Assunção – Fado Faia|
|22||Conjunto de Guitarra de Raúl Nery – Motivos regionais|
|23||António Portugal e Jorge Godinho – Variações em Lá maior|
|24||Artur Paredes e Carlos Paredes – Rapsódia Nº2|
|25||Carlos Paredes – Variações em Lá menor|
Album: GUITARRA PORTUGUESA
Format: CD (Booklet Portuguese/English)
Genre: World Music/Portuguese Guitar
Total running time: 01:15:18
Release date: 05.11.12
On the album Guitarra Portuguesa one can listen to 25 guitar and viola interpretations by some of the great masters who are part of the culture and imagery of Portugal. This work exemplifies the vast repertoire that can be interpreted by these stringed instruments such as variations, rhapsodies, ballades, fados and other popular themes. Although there is no album that brings together all the great performers of these instruments, this work can be rather representative, showing the different interpretations of Lisbon and Coimbra. A good personification of Lisbon’s language are the guitars of Jaime Santos, José Nunes, Raúl Nery or Francisco Carvalhinho and the classical guitars of Martinho D'Assunção, Santos Moreira, Alfredo Mendes or Miguel Ramos, whilst the great school of Coimbra is represented here with the mastery of Carlos Paredes and his father Artur Paredes or António Portugal on the guitars, and Fernando Alvim, Arménio Silva, Manuel Pepe or Levi Baptista on the classical guitars. It is important to highlight that the mastery of the Portuguese Guitar is reinforced when accompanied in some themes by the bass guitar played by peers such as Professor Joel Pina, amongst others. Some of these magicians had brilliant solo careers, whilst others have become great players in accompanying fado's greatest artists, but all have become inspirational to all succeeding generations.
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- Barcode: 5606562620288