sábado, 12 de septiembre de 2009

·"Talvez Se Chame Saudade" - O Melhor de Mafalda Arnauth

Mafalda Arnauth is a fado singer. She was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in October 1974 and started her career in 1995 when invited by João Braga (an important fado singer) to participate in a concert at S. Luis's Theater. What initially was a single experience became a way of life. Today her contribution is recognized not only in Portugal but also in many foreign countries, where she regularly performs. Mafalda Arnauth, her first album released in 1999, was immediately acclaimed by specialists and won the Prize for Best Upcoming Voice by the weekly magazine Blitz, a sign that new generations are back into fado. After a year filled with concerts and important invitations that took her to the most important concert halls in The Netherlands, the Louisiana Centre (Denmark) and to Italy, to perform in the festival Sete-Sois, Sete-Luas, an important Mediterranean folk event, she sang at Centro Cultural de Belém (Lisbon), where she was warmly acclaimed by the press. Mafalda's second album, Esta voz que me atravessa (This Voice That Goes Through Me) was released in 2001 and it was produced by Amélia Muge and José Martins. Her album Encantamento (Enchantment) was self-produced. She feels it "leaves fatality, disgrace, and nostalgia behind. Hope is fed on sadness; inspiration on suffering; strength and courage on difficulties." Here’s featured a compilation called Talvez se Chame Saudade (Maybe It’s Called Saudade) including the best of her three first albums. Enjoy it.


http://www.mediafire.com/file/enomcnn0cj1/Mafalda Arnauth - O Melhor.rar

01- Meus Lindos Olhos
02- Quase Imortal
03- Bendito Fado, Bendita Gente
04- Pode Lá Ser
05- Esta Voz Que Me Atravessa
06- Talvez Se Chame Saudade
07- Serás Sempre Lisboa
08- Lusitana
09- O Sol Chama Por Mim
10- As Fontes
11- Cavalo À Solta
12- Da Palma Da Minha Mão
13- Este Silêncio Que Me Corta
14- Coisa Assim
15- Eu Venho
16- Até Logo, Meu Amor

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