×

Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.

For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.

Queen of Fado, Vol. 2
     

The Queen of Fado, Vol. 2

5.0 1
by Amália Rodrigues
 

Product Details

Release Date:
10/30/2012
Label:
Arc Music
UPC:
5019396236424
catalogNumber:
2364
Rank:
75733

Related Subjects

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Amália Rodrigues   Primary Artist,Vocals
Santos Moreira   Guitar

Technical Credits

Diz Heller   Liner Notes,translation
Linhares Barbosa   Composer
Frederico de Brito   Composer
Frederico de Freitas   Composer
Amadeu Do Vale   Composer
Jose Galhardo   Composer
Frederico Valerio   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Ricardo Borges De Sousa   Composer
Joao Nobre   Composer
Jeannine Blanpain   translation
Fernando de Carvalho   Composer
Raul Ferrão   Composer
Domingos Camarinha   Arranger,Composer
Aníbal Nazaré   Composer
Franklin Godinho   Composer
Sarah Ash   Cover Design,Layout
Amadu Do Vale   Composer
Alberto Jones   Composer
Leonel Neves   Composer

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Post to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews

The Queen of Fado, Vol. 2 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Dean_Frey More than 1 year ago
Amalia Rodrigues had one of the great voices of the 20th Century, and looms large in the history of fado, Portugal's most vital and important musical form. Her voice is as strong and pure as Patsy Cline's, and as dramatic and full of pathos as Maria Callas's. She recorded so many records from 1945 until the late 1990s, providing lots to choose from in creating the second disc in this Queen of Fado series. The songs on the CD are all of great simplicity and power, and she is more than ably accompanied by her long-time guitarist partner Santos Moreira, along with Domingos Camarinha, Raul Nery or Jaime Santos playing guitarra portuguesa. There are also a few songs with orchestral accompaniment, which apparently caused quite a stir when they were first recorded. That fuss reminded me of the controversy when Bob Dylan first went electric. In the end, though, it's all about the music. And the voice. ARC Music continues to enrich the musical life of the world through their recording and licensing of important music from around the globe. This disc, endorsed by the Foundation Amalia Rodrigues, has my enthusiastic endorsement as well.