Amalia Rodrigues (July 23, 1920 - October 6, 1999) - one of the most beautiful voices to sing the Fado ever :)

Amalia Rodrigues (July 23, 1920 - October 6, 1999) - one of the most beautiful voices to sing the Fado ever :)

For Portugal’s Mariza, fado is like breathing | Georgia Straight | 23/10/2013 Fado, meaning fate, is usually associated with saudade, a Portuguese word that means an intense state of nostalgia and longing. But the genre has a much greater emotional range. #Portugal

For Portugal’s Mariza, fado is like breathing | Georgia Straight | 23/10/2013 Fado, meaning fate, is usually associated with saudade, a Portuguese word that means an intense state of nostalgia and longing. But the genre has a much greater emotional range. #Portugal

Amalia Rodrigues Fado Portuguese  One of my favorite Fado songs....so moving!

Amalia Rodrigues Fado Portuguese One of my favorite Fado songs....so moving!

El corazón de ‎#Portugal creado por ‎#joanavasconcelos, moviéndose al ritmo de fado en ‎#Palaciodeajuda | por Maria León

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El corazón de ‎#Portugal creado por ‎#joanavasconcelos, moviéndose al ritmo de fado en ‎#Palaciodeajuda | por Maria León


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For Portugal’s Mariza, fado is like breathing | Georgia Straight | 23/10/2013 Fado, meaning fate, is usually associated with saudade, a Portuguese word that means an intense state of nostalgia and longing. But the genre has a much greater emotional range. #Portugal

For Portugal’s Mariza, fado is like breathing | Georgia Straight | 23/10/2013 Fado, meaning fate, is usually associated with saudade, a Portuguese word that means an intense state of nostalgia and longing. But the genre has a much greater emotional range. #Portugal

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