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Fado Música Portuguêsa acordeao Portugal - Portuguese music - Akkordeon accordion acordeon

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Published on Aug 10, 2010

A Rosinha dos Limões. Musica português. Instrumental solo. Fado Accordion. FADO ACORDEÃO. Traditional Accordion song from Portugal, made famous by Portuguese singer Max.

Music Portugal. Música portuguêsa acordiao. Accordion music. Portuguese music Accordion folk. Accordion song. Accordeonmuziek. Akkordeonmusik - Acordeon musica - Harmonika instrumental solo. Acordeon instrumentala.
Folklore - world music
Accordionist Jo Brunenberg on Victoria accordion (Castelfidardo Italy).

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Original song by: Artur Ribeiro.
Lyrics:
Quando ela passa, franzina e cheia de graça,
Há sempre um ar de chalaça, no seu olhar feiticeiro.
Lá vai catita, cada dia mais bonita,
E o seu vestido, de chita, tem sempre um ar domingueiro.

Passa ligeira, alegre e namoradeira,
E a sorrir, p'rá rua inteira, vai semeando ilusões.
Quando ela passa, vai vender limões à praça,
E até lhe chamam, por graça, a Rosinha dos limões.

Quando ela passa, junto da minha janela,
Meus olhos vão atrás dela até ver, da rua, o fim.
Com ar gaiato, ela caminha apressada,
Rindo por tudo e por nada, e às vezes sorri p'ra mim...

Quando ela passa, apregoando os limões,
A sós, com os meus botões, no vão da minha janela
Fico pensando, que qualquer dia, por graça,
Vou comprar limões à praça e depois, caso com ela!

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Fado (Portuguese:destiny, fate) is a music genre which can be traced from the 1820s in Portugal, but probably with much earlier origins. In popular belief, fado is a form of music characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the life of the poor. However, in reality fado is simply a form of song which can be about anything, but must follow a certain structure.
The music is usually linked to the Portuguese word saudade which means to miss or to long for someone or something. Some enthusiasts claim that fado's origins are a mixture of African slave rhythms with the traditional music of Portuguese sailors and Arabic influence.
But fado only appeared after 1840 in Lisbon, at that time only fado marinheiro (sailor fado) was known and was sung, like the cantigas de levantar ferro, only by sailors. Fado was not known in the rest of the country, not even in the Algarve, and it was not known in the south of Spain where the Arab influence stood until the end of the 15th century. Until the beginning of the 19th century there was no written record of fado.
The 19th century's most renowned fadista was Maria Severa.
Mainstream fado performances during the 20th century included only a singer, a Portuguese guitar player and a classical guitar player but more recent settings range from singer and string quartet to full orchestra. Known as the "Rainha do Fado" ("Queen of Fado"), Amália Rodrigues was most influential in popularizing the fado worldwide. Other famous fado singers include: Amalia Rodrigues, Misia, Christina Carlos do Carmo, Cristina Branco and Mariza, Quim Barreiros

Other famous fado songs:
Fado Hilário, Saudades de Coimbra , Balada da Despedida , Pezinho, O meu menino é d'oiro, Samaritana

Victoria accordion
LIMEX Accordeon Akkordeon Microphone Sound System

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