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    Čini mi se da ranije nije bila ovakva tema, pa evo...
    Prvenstveno je otvaram da provjerim da li neko ima nekakav fado u kolekciji, jer sam se navukla, a nemam ništa.
    Pomoć!
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;



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    volim fado muziku... ima ona pevacica Mariza... portugalka... nadji nesto od nje... dosta je teska muzika ... i za kapiranje... ja jos uvek nisam 100% sa svime sta se tamo desava hehe
    I let go of a rope. Thinking that's what held me back.
    And in time I've realized it's not wrapped around my neck.

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    Fado i jeste portugalska muzika.
    Slušala sam Marizu, zbog nje i Dulce Pontes i "pokrećem akciju". Teško je naći njihove albume ( ili fado u bilo čijem izvođenju ), a ne mogu da skidam sa neta pošto sam na dial-up-u, pa se tako i dalje nadam da će se ovdje naći neko ko ima pokoji cd ili barem album.
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    Mene ta muzika smara, a inače, imao sam priliku u Portugalu da je se naslušam.... i na ulicama ljudi sviraju, vokal praćen gitarom....
    Moj ortak se loži na taj zvuk, ima sva izdanja od Madredeuša...

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    Blago tebi kad si bio u Portugalu...
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    Mislim,... šta reći? 8-)

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    Citat Original postavio laa-laa
    Čini mi se da ranije nije bila ovakva tema, pa evo...
    Prvenstveno je otvaram da provjerim da li neko ima nekakav fado u kolekciji, jer sam se navukla, a nemam ništa.
    Pomoć!
    Fado muzika je muzika moje mladosti (verovali ili ne)! Volim da slusam kako su te tuzne pesme pune nade i optimizma, kada zena ocekuje svog voljenog sa dugog putovanja. Cak sam ih i ja pevala. Pecador, Os santos, Alegria, Pan e Vino...etc. Svaki put kada odem u Portugal ponovo uzivam u tim zvucima. Ima jedan caffe u Estorilu "Mao" gde izvrsni muzicari interpretiraju sjajne stare, dobre, zaboravljene hitove. Bila sam i na koncertu Marize, a ponekad chatujem i sa Cesariom Evorom. 8-)

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    +UNHOLY GATES OF MIDIAN+ nije na forumu
    jos malo pa idem u Cesku i mnogo se radujem...sledece godine u Maroko :) i moj san se ostvaruje xD
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    da ne poverujes..
    skidam ti kapu..

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    Citat Original postavio +UNHOLY GATES OF MIDIAN+
    da ne poverujes..
    skidam ti kapu..

    Hvala, hvala! 8)

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    Citat Original postavio Liza Dennis
    Fado muzika je muzika moje mladosti (verovali ili ne)!
    Ne !!!

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    laa-laa imas prelep avatar!!!

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    Citat Original postavio pikax
    Ne !!!
    Ne nego tvoje! 8-)

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    Citat Original postavio Liza Dennis
    Ne nego tvoje! 8-)
    Nije ni moje.. ( )

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    Citat Original postavio pikax
    Nije ni moje.. ( )
    Dobro! 8-)

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    Jel' idemo na koncert ??

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    @MinM_4Life
    Hvala.

    @Liza, ako zaista ideš često u Portugal ti si velika srećnica. Imaš li nešto od te muzike na cd-ovima?
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    Fado music is the heart of the Portuguese soul. It is arguably the oldest urban folk music in the world. Some say it came as a dance from Africa in the 19th century and was adopted by the poor on the streets of Lisbon. Or perhaps it started at sea as the sad, melodic songs coaxed from the rolling waves by homesick sailors and fishermen.
    Whatever its origins its themes have remained constant: destiny, betrayal in love, death and despair. A typical lyric goes: “Why did you leave me, where did you go? I walk the streets looking at every place we were together, except you’re not there.” It’s a sad music and a fado performance is not successful if an audience is not moved to tears.
    By the early twentieth century, fado had become a fixture in the everyday life of Lisbon’s working class. It was played for pleasure but also to relieve the pain of life. Skilled singers known as fadistas performed at the end of the day and long into the night. Fado was the earthy music of taverns and brothels and street corners in Alfama and Mouraria, the old poor sections of Lisbon. (Another strain of fado, Coimbra fado, was favored among university students and professors.)
    The fado is normally sung by men or women and accompanied by one Portuguese guitar and one classic guitar, which in Portugal is called viola. This song reached its golden era in the first half of the 20th century, when the Portuguese dictatorship of Salazar (1926-1968) forced the fado performers to become professional and confined them to sing in the fado houses and the so called "revistas", a popular genre of "vaudeville".
    The main names of that period were: Alfredo Marceneiro, Amalia Rodrigues, Maria Teresa de Noronha and Armandinho and Jaime Santos (guitar players).
    From the 1940’s until her death in 1999, the towering figure of Portuguese fado was Amalia Rodrigues. She was the diva of fado, worshipped at home and celebrated abroad as the most famous representative of Portuguese culture. When she died the country’s prime minister called for three-days of national mourning. Such is the hold of fado over the people of Portugal.
    The essential element of fado music is “saudade,” a Portuguese word that translates roughly as longing, or nostalgia for unrealized dreams. Fado flowers from this fatalistic world-view. It speaks of an undefined yearning that can’t be satisfied. For Portuguese emigrants fado is an expression of homesickness for the place they left behind.

    Like other forms of folk music such as American blues, Argentine tango or Greek rebitika, fado cannot be explained; it must be felt and experienced. One must have the soul to transmit that feeling; a fadista who does not possess saudade is thought of as inauthentic. Audiences are very knowledgeable and very demanding. If they do not feel the fadista is up to form they will stop a performance.

    Fado can be performed by men or women, although many aficionados prefer the raw emotion of the female fadista. Dressed in black with a shawl draped over her shoulders, a fadista stands in front of the musicians and communicates through gesture and facial expressions. The hands move, the body is stationary. When it’s done correctly, it’s a solemn and majestic performance.
    Aside from the Lisbon fado there is another completely different form of this song, sung by the students of Coimbra University whose ancient roots can be found in the medieval songs called trovas. Here the subjects are mainly love, friendship and nostalgia. This form of fado reached its most famous period in the 1950s and 1960s when names like Edmundo Bettencourt, Luis Gois, Jose Afonso and the musicians Artur Paredes, Carlos Paredes and Antonio Portugal among others, combined new forms and lyrics to a song which was limited to student circles.
    The traditional accompaniment for the fadista is a Portuguese guitar, or guitarra, a 12-stringed instrument, and a bass guitar, or viola. Sometimes a second acoustic guitar is added. In recent years, fado recordings have added piano, and violin and accordion, instruments which sometimes accompany the music on the streets of Lisbon.

    Today the younger generation in Portugal is respectful but not dedicated to fado. But a new generation of young musicians have contributed to the social and political revival of fado music, adapting and blending it with new trends. Contemporary fado musicians like Misia have introduced the music to performers such as Sting. Misia and fadistas like Cristina Branco and Mariza walk the fine line between carrying on the tradition and trying to bring in a new audience.
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    Fado music is the heart of the Portuguese soul. It is arguably the oldest urban folk music in the world. Some say it came as a dance from Africa in the 19th century and was adopted by the poor on the streets of Lisbon. Or perhaps it started at sea as the sad, melodic songs coaxed from the rolling waves by homesick sailors and fishermen.
    Whatever its origins its themes have remained constant: destiny, betrayal in love, death and despair. A typical lyric goes: “Why did you leave me, where did you go? I walk the streets looking at every place we were together, except you’re not there.” It’s a sad music and a fado performance is not successful if an audience is not moved to tears.
    By the early twentieth century, fado had become a fixture in the everyday life of Lisbon’s working class. It was played for pleasure but also to relieve the pain of life. Skilled singers known as fadistas performed at the end of the day and long into the night. Fado was the earthy music of taverns and brothels and street corners in Alfama and Mouraria, the old poor sections of Lisbon. (Another strain of fado, Coimbra fado, was favored among university students and professors.)
    The fado is normally sung by men or women and accompanied by one Portuguese guitar and one classic guitar, which in Portugal is called viola. This song reached its golden era in the first half of the 20th century, when the Portuguese dictatorship of Salazar (1926-196 forced the fado performers to become professional and confined them to sing in the fado houses and the so called "revistas", a popular genre of "vaudeville".
    The main names of that period were: Alfredo Marceneiro, Amalia Rodrigues, Maria Teresa de Noronha and Armandinho and Jaime Santos (guitar players).
    From the 1940’s until her death in 1999, the towering figure of Portuguese fado was Amalia Rodrigues. She was the diva of fado, worshipped at home and celebrated abroad as the most famous representative of Portuguese culture. When she died the country’s prime minister called for three-days of national mourning. Such is the hold of fado over the people of Portugal.
    The essential element of fado music is “saudade,” a Portuguese word that translates roughly as longing, or nostalgia for unrealized dreams. Fado flowers from this fatalistic world-view. It speaks of an undefined yearning that can’t be satisfied. For Portuguese emigrants fado is an expression of homesickness for the place they left behind.

    Like other forms of folk music such as American blues, Argentine tango or Greek rebitika, fado cannot be explained; it must be felt and experienced. One must have the soul to transmit that feeling; a fadista who does not possess saudade is thought of as inauthentic. Audiences are very knowledgeable and very demanding. If they do not feel the fadista is up to form they will stop a performance.

    Fado can be performed by men or women, although many aficionados prefer the raw emotion of the female fadista. Dressed in black with a shawl draped over her shoulders, a fadista stands in front of the musicians and communicates through gesture and facial expressions. The hands move, the body is stationary. When it’s done correctly, it’s a solemn and majestic performance.
    Aside from the Lisbon fado there is another completely different form of this song, sung by the students of Coimbra University whose ancient roots can be found in the medieval songs called trovas. Here the subjects are mainly love, friendship and nostalgia. This form of fado reached its most famous period in the 1950s and 1960s when names like Edmundo Bettencourt, Luis Gois, Jose Afonso and the musicians Artur Paredes, Carlos Paredes and Antonio Portugal among others, combined new forms and lyrics to a song which was limited to student circles.
    The traditional accompaniment for the fadista is a Portuguese guitar, or guitarra, a 12-stringed instrument, and a bass guitar, or viola. Sometimes a second acoustic guitar is added. In recent years, fado recordings have added piano, and violin and accordion, instruments which sometimes accompany the music on the streets of Lisbon.

    Today the younger generation in Portugal is respectful but not dedicated to fado. But a new generation of young musicians have contributed to the social and political revival of fado music, adapting and blending it with new trends. Contemporary fado musicians like Misia have introduced the music to performers such as Sting. Misia and fadistas like Cristina Branco and Mariza walk the fine line between carrying on the tradition and trying to bring in a new audience.


    Sve je to lepo, ali to je suva teorija. Fado mora da seoseti dok se peva. Treba srca da place, dusa da klice. 8)

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    Citat Original postavio laa-laa
    Čini mi se da ranije nije bila ovakva tema, pa evo...
    Prvenstveno je otvaram da provjerim da li neko ima nekakav fado u kolekciji, jer sam se navukla, a nemam ništa.
    Pomoć!

    Madradeus npr nije tesko naci, ima ga svuda, cak i kod ulicnih prodavaca

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    U pravu si, ali Madredeus je samo do nekog izvjesnog vremena svirao fado. To su albumi Os Días da Madredeus, Existir, Lisboa, O Espírito da Paz, Ainda. Sve poslije, nije to - to.

    U međuvremenu sam se snašla, drug mi je našao dosta toga, ali ipak nedovoljno Marize, pa tako da i dalje tražim.
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    hocu fado...moram da cimam nekog.....
    /me loves portugalski...

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    Joj, potonu mi tema, a ja još nemam dovoljno Marize...
    Žena je predobra! Već sam rekla da sam dobila neke diskove sa fadom, tako da sam imala šansu da je malo uporedim sa ostalima, pa i sa velikom Amalijom Rodrigez. Meni je Mariza i dalje najnajnajjača... Kakav glas...
    Poslednji put ažurirao/la laa-laa : 27.03.2006. u 21:15
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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    Ja imam Mariju Dolores Pradera, Cesariu, Amaliju... Ali nemam Marizu. A volela bih jer obozavam Fado

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    "Sve je to lepo, ali to je suva teorija. Fado mora da seoseti dok se peva. Treba srca da place, dusa da klice."

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    Ko ne zna, a interesuje ga - Mariza ima koncert u Sava centru 03.10.2006.

    I btw,snašla sam se za njene cd-ove, pa ako neko želi nek se javi na pp.
    ...ne bojim se života ni ljudi, bojim se samo da me se tvoje srce ne zasiti;

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