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THE JOURNEY OF SOUNDS - MALACA - KANTIGA DI PADRI SA CHANG

Samples

  • 01 Sekush Marinyeros.mp3
  • 02 Ao nosso Algarves.mp3
  • 03 Vira di Sta. Marta.mp3
  • 04 Vira Bairu Portuguàs.mp3
  • 05 Indu eu, Ti Anica, O Malhão, Verdi Gayo.mp3
  • 06 Salve Rainha.mp3
  • 07 Anda Roda.mp3
  • 08 Ti Anika.mp3
  • 09 Nina Boboi.mp3
  • 10 Moritsko.mp3
  • 11 Cochicho.mp3
  • 12 O Malhão.mp3
  • 13 Assis a Macau.mp3
  • 14 Mama sa Filo.mp3
  • 15 Estrella do Mar.mp3
  • 16 Ave Mari Strella.mp3
  • 17 Casa Bedri.mp3
  • 18 Vira Kuré.mp3
  • 19 Vira Vamos.mp3
  • 20 Floris yo Kubisa.mp3
  • 21 Kantu sen Fazé Fabor.mp3
  • 22 Tiru Liru Liru.mp3
  • 23 Baté Peu.mp3
  • 24 Sarampa.mp3
  • 25 Bintana.mp3
  • 26 Dia di San Pedro.mp3
  • 27 Fado di Coimbra.mp3
  • 28 Fara Pera.mp3
  • 29 Kapten di Barku.mp3
  • 30 Ala Marinyeros.mp3
  • 31 Langgiang-Langgiang.mp3
  • 32 Jinkly Nona.mp3
  • 33 O Amor.mp3

COLLECTION OF THE PAVILLION PORTUGAL EXPO98

Deluxe edition digipak with a booklet in three languages (Portuguese, English and patois) 142 color pages.

The musical universe of Portuguese Malacca Town can be divided into two broad categories: music performed by formally organized groups, generally designated "English Dance" and directed especially to audiences outside the district, and the music performed by the residents of the neighborhood, in less formal contexts, for internal consumption, the "home music". Is nonetheless curious that the Portuguese imported repertoire, whose contribution was essential to the residents of the District of Malacca Portuguese reached the status of self-respect and national recognition, has just acquired that status at the expense of older, more specifically hybrid, Malaysian-Portuguese domestic traditions.

THE JOURNEY OF SOUNDS - MALACA - KANTIGA DI PADRI SA CHANG

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THE JOURNEY OF SOUNDS - MALACA in MP3

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