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A ORIGEM DO FADO (The Origin of Fado) CD 3


  • 01 FADO AO DESAFIO-1987.mp3
  • 02 FADO EM RɁ MENOR-1997.mp3
  • 03 FADO BATIDO-1993.mp3
  • 04 FADO DO TIO LɁRIAS-1976.mp3
  • 05 FADO BEIRÃO-1987.mp3
  • 06 FADO DO ALFINETE-1997.mp3
  • 07 FADO DO ALFINETE-1997.mp3
  • 08 FADO MENOR-1988.mp3
  • 09 FADO ALTO-1989.mp3
  • 11 FADO CORRIDO MENOR-1997.mp3
  • 12 FADO MANDADO-1988.mp3
  • 13 FADO DO MONTEMURO-1978.mp3
  • 15 FADO CORRIDO-1993.mp3
  • 16 CHECOTE-2003.mp3
  • 17 CHULA-1984.mp3
  • 18 BAILE FURADO-1997.mp3
  • 19 RUSGA-1995.mp3
  • 20 CHOTIÇA-1995.mp3
  • 21 PEZINHO DO BAILE-1999.mp3
  • 22 MALHÃO-1985.mp3
  • 23 CORRIDINHO.mp3

This disc is one of four contained in the book 550 pages with the same name.

recordings taken at various locations in Portugal by JOSÉ ALBERTO SARDINHA

"... So, Fado is not only Lisbon or Coimbra. Not even you can say that had its birthplace in Lisbon or Coimbra. Born nationwide, wherever a group of itinerant musicians ceguinhos or others in mat jogralesca tradition, gathered to sing novelistic novels or any stories of lives that drew atençãodo goer fairs, markets and processions people. these productions could just be poetic, these interpreters introduced into pre-existing melodies, or could even be . new musical compositions of the authorship of these street musicians, naturally within the parameters romancística musical tradition that nevertheless provided them not therefore be a national phenomenon - and this from the outset - it is certain that it was the Lisbon and Coimbra who left early "heroes of fate." first, because Lisbon had a more numerous e almoner population e, moreover, a greater number of taverns, which all attracted more street musicians. Then, because it was in Lisbon that the nobility frequenter of taverns "discovered" Fado e raised him to the halls and fame. Once fallen into fashion, then retreats and restaurants were created specifically for the public presentation of the artists of Fado. ... The name "Fado" arose from the fact that the narrative poems tell stories or episodes from the lives of people, usually sad or even tragic outcome: the death of young lovers thwarted in Portugal by seeing their love; murder in Portugal by jealousy; suicide of mistaken maid, or your retreat to the convent; the punishment of the adulterous woman, or her lover; the sad life of the soldier; life of pain and sorrow of ceguinhos; Revenge of the abandoned woman; the story of a mother who kills her children and ends up in prison; in short, lives ... "


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The origins of Fado walk shrouded in mystery. Some believe that the Fado was born in Brazil, in Africa, in the sea with the waves, or brought in by the Arabs arrived!

After its origin is simply Portuguese, Portuguese Truly, this conviction e the author's thesis.

Through a serious, rigorous, thorough and consistent with the rural communities in all provinces research, the author discovered the remains of an ancient poetic-musical tradition common to the whole country (villages, towns e cities, including Lisbon), which is the genesis of Fado: the narrative corner, which comes from the XVI century represented by the traditional novelistic ballads and it arrived to our days through the street between the musicians which ceguinhos the folk tradition, singing the fairs and streets across the country recent events that impressed his audience: crimes and misfortunes, tragedies, the lives of ordinary people, that is to say the fates of ordinary people.

These are primitive fates (which is pejoratively called fates of desgraçadinha or knife and bowl), that's where the source is located, the root of Fado.

Fado comes directly from a poetic genre - folk music that's traditional ballads. Then the thesis or Ruy Vieira Nery nor any other can explain and that I consider important, which is the origin of the word. Why is it called Fado a Brazilian dance? In my research heard people saying, guy sings fado fair guy sings fado Bible - Bible stories.

I picked the dictionary Bluteau (1827) a popular saying that goes like this: "Put your hand on your heart / Do not bear other people's fado." It's a concept - unlike the fado / destiny in Camões - more prosaic episodes of life outcomes, cases of life. A blind man fairs advertised their product in this way: "Hear now the sad fate of Isaurinha that fooled ...", etc. Then the people asked, Ti Chico sing around the fate of Isaurinha. The first fado had the name of the main character, because they were life stories were narrative. This is the origin of the word.