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Dulce Pontes - Momentos (Live, 2 CDs)
A live concert set on 2 CDs by one of Portugals great artists. Moments of intimacy, frantic moments, unexpected, islands of sound, forged by the singer and her accompanists, including George Dalaras, José Carreras, Stefanos Korkolis and Pedro Santos.

Joao Afonso - Zanzibar
A prime mover in the new folk scene in Portugal, this singer with east African heritage mixes worldly roots with a world-wise lyricism.

Conjunto Joao Domingos - Ao Vivo em Macau (Live in Macau)
After a career spanning more than four decades in the music of Mozambique, this African musician and his band have finally made their first recording on CD, produced in Macau during the Portugal Day celebrations on 10 June 1995. It's raw, gritty and full of soul. Electric guitars, bass and drums are pumped up by a rugged horn section, keyboards and singers.

Manuel d'Oliveira and Mediterraneo - Amarte
This CD by the Portuguese guitarist was recorded live in 2005, in Praça de Santiago, Guimarães. The musicians of the ensemble Mediterrâneo are José Lima (acoustic bass), David Leão (flute and bagpipe), Mário Gonçalves (drums) and Rui Ferreira (piano).

Amalia Rodriques - The Queen of Fado II
The second volume of 16 classic fado hits by the recognized "greatest fado singer in history." Or so they say. Great music, great price

Banda de Armada Portuguesa - Antologia do Centenario 1903-2003
The Portuguese Navy Band is presented in a series of songs dating back to the earliest days of recorded music and coming right up to 2003. Brass bands and vocal groups in true navy band styles and a few surprises.

Joao Afonso - Missangas
Born in 1965 in Mozambique of a Portuguese family, Afonso early on began to make new connections between the music of east African and his traditional homeland of Portugal, and his music has always reflected his dual cultural citizenship. This is his first solo album, created in 1997 under the production of Julio Periera, and it shows the magnificent range of musical tones he is capable of, as a musician and as a composer.

Joao Afonso - Outra Vida
Portuguese-via-Mozambique artist João Afonso's 2006 release is as warm and occasionally quirky as what I have come to expect from this songwriter and singer. This one has some more Afro-pop inferences than previously, and it is rhythmically solid while still holding on to the subtle and sweet tone that is Afonso's trademark. Comes in a a small hard-cover book, with charming drawings, and lyrics in Portuguese, with Spanish translation.

Terra d'Àgua - Viagem de um Som
Terra d'Aqua are the Portuguese duo of Maria Anadon on vocals, and Davide Zaccaria on cello, classical guitar and keyboards

various - für José Afonso
Jose Afonso (1929-1987) was a leader in the creation of a political songs (canção de intervenção) movement against the totalitarian regime of Portugal leading up to the 1974 revolution. This collection gathers together an excellent group of artists under the direction of Julio Pereira to pay contemporary tribute to this master of the Portuguese nova canção.

Amelia Muge - a Monte
One of the greatest singers in Portugal (says Cliff), in an innovative contemporary folk setting.

Maio Moco - Canto Maior
Formed in 1985, Maio Moço ('The New May') are well repsected as one of the major Portuguese folk ensembles, and band that has researched and presented the folk music of many regions of Portugal and presented them in concert and on record for almost 2 decades.

Dona Rosa - Segredos
Accompanied by Enzo D´Aversa and Raul Abreu on accordion, guitar, bass, piano, and percussion, Dona Rosa presents a new kind of Portuguese performance. In contrast to her first CD Historias Da Rua there are only two solo pieces on Segredos, and she even speaks about her own memories and experiences. Besides fados Dona Rosa sings traditional Portuguese songs that have been significant to her.

Dona Rosa - Historias da rua
Traditional fado and folk songs of Portugal, sung in straightforward, folk style, accompanied by accordion, triangle, and on two tracks by the Bulgairan choir Angelite

Dazkarieh - Incognita Alquimia
The 2006 release from the Portuguese world music ensemble.

Dona Rosa - Alma Livre
The third album (2007) by this wonderful Portguese fado singer stil holds close to the raw roots and rhythm of the style.

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