Various Artists: Legends Of Fado

Audio Samples

>Maldiçao - Amália Rodrigues
>A Casa Da Mariquinhas - Alfredo Marceneiro
>Fado do Castanheiro - Maria Teresa De Noronha
>Vielas de Alfama - Carlos Ramos
>Rapsódia de Fados - Lucília do Carmo
>Igreja De Sta Estevao - Fernando Mauricio
>Renascimento - Argentina Santos
>Eterna Amizade - Fernando Farínha
>Coraçao - Fernanda Maria
>A Rosinha dos Limoes - Max
>Nem As Paredes Confesso - Fernanda Peres
>Amor Filial - Frutuoso França
>Dia Em Que eu Nasci, O - Hermínia Silva
>Fado Joao - Vicente Da Câmara
>Cartas - Celeste Rodrigues

Track List

>Maldiçao - Amália Rodrigues
>A Casa Da Mariquinhas - Alfredo Marceneiro
>Fado do Castanheiro - Maria Teresa De Noronha
>Vielas de Alfama - Carlos Ramos
>Rapsódia de Fados - Lucília do Carmo
>Igreja De Sta Estevao - Fernando Mauricio
>Renascimento - Argentina Santos
>Eterna Amizade - Fernando Farínha
>Coraçao - Fernanda Maria
>A Rosinha dos Limoes - Max
>Nem As Paredes Confesso - Fernanda Peres
>Amor Filial - Frutuoso França
>Dia Em Que eu Nasci, O - Hermínia Silva
>Fado Joao - Vicente Da Câmara
>Cartas - Celeste Rodrigues

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Beloved and revered by Fado fans around the world, this is a gorgeous album of the greatest Fado legends ever. This release includes a 24-page booklet with artist's biographies and info about fado.

Album Notes

Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Julia Beyer.

Translators: Diz Heller; Jeannine Blanpain.

Any fado compilation that opens with Amália Rodrigues, one of the 20th century's greatest voices and arguably the greatest fadista ever, has its work cut out for it to live up to the standard. But this is a disc that lives up to its name, and the huge talents come one after the other, male and female, from both the Lisbon and Coimbra traditions of the genre. Most have passed on, like Carlos Ramos with his supple, beautiful tone, or Fernando Farínha, or Lucilia do Carmo, who even opened her own fado house. There's plenty of great music here, fado that's straight from the soul, so it's easy to see why it's sometimes described as Portugal's blues; there's the same welter of emotion to it all. The new fadistas making international names for themselves owe it all to these pioneers, and few are as good as the remarkable talent on display here. It's a perfect primer for classic fado. ~ Chris Nickson



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