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  • n. Plural form of fado.


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  • Amália Rodrigues - Ave-Maria Fadista e outros fados

    Archive 2008-06-22

  • Irene danced _sevillanas_ with less grace than a bricklayer, as the landlady said; the Superman sang some _fados_ that he had learned in Portugal, and the Biscayan, not to be outdone, burst forth into some _malagueñas_ that might just as well have been a

    The Quest

  • 'Fados' - a magical yet unconventional tour of Portugal as the home of fados: cathartically mournful songs with rhythmic guitar accompaniment, much like the blues in America originated amongst the poor in the 19th century.

    India Press Release

  • Through a series of musical vignettes, the audience's journey through the history of fados, studying its various styles and renditions as it absorbed Brazilian and African influences.

    India Press Release

  • Certei cum tnfirmiores jovaret femper donec mutuiscontanciooibui omnesconciderenty omnium andem fados eft dodiinus.

    Quinti Horatii Flacci Opera

  • - Is enim non dubitat afierere, Pentateuchum folum ab illis LXX LXX interpretibus, Ptolemseo Philadelpho re - gnante, in graecam linguam translarum, reli - quos autem libros ab aliis Judacis eruditis efle grsece fados.

    De origine versionis Septuaginta interpretum exercitatio historica [microform]

  • » computus fados quam ah'unde y quod prasnomi - namm monafterium civitati debeat quantitatem .. jy quingentorura quartariorum filiginis occafione

    Antverpia Christo nascens et crescens: seu, Acts ecclesiam antverpiensem ejusque apostolos ac ...


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