5 Fado Facts (and the best places in Portugal to experience it) | via The Huffington Post | 12/09/2013  Fado is traditional folk music popular in the Lisbon area of Portugal. Melancholy by nature, the music includes instruments like guitars and mandolins with one Fadista singing poetic lyrics related to darker elements of love, death and sadness. The music may, however, occasionally include some humor. If your late season travel includes Portugal, be sure sure your experience includes Fado.

5 Fado Facts (and the best places in Portugal to experience it) Fado is traditional folk music popular in the area of If your late season travel includes Portugal, be sure your experience includes Fado.

MADREDEUS - Haja O Que Houver (subtitled)

Madredeus - Haja O Que Houver.just a lovely song it translates to come what may

TANGO TO EVORA, CESARIA EVORA E LOREENA MCKENNIT

Leaves are turning gold and falling to the ground, and the earth is preparing for winter. Look closely among the fallen leaves and you might spot an autumn fairy .

Chico Buarque & Maria Bethânia - Sem Fantasia (brazilian)

Chico Buarque & Maria Bethânia - Sem Fantasia (brazilian)

LUÍSA SOBRAL - Not There Yet

Music video by Luisa Sobral performing Not There Yet. (C) 2011 Universal Music Portugal, SA

CESARIA EVORA & ADRIANO CELENTANO, Quel casinha

CESARIA EVORA & ADRIANO CELENTANO, Quel casinha

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