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- n. Plural form of fado.
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Amália Rodrigues - Ave-Maria Fadista e outros fados
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
'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.
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.
Certei cum tnfirmiores jovaret femper donec mutuiscontanciooibui omnesconciderenty omnium andem fados eft dodiinus.
- 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.
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