Music from Portugal – Celina da Piedade

Celina da Piedade fell in love with the accordion in her childhood, and gaved her first concert at the age of 6, in Castro Verde (in the south of Portugal). Her entusiasm for traditional dance and music made her one of the most proliftic musicians in this area in Portugal. She participated in hundreds of balls and folk music workshops. She dedicates herself activelly to the study and promotion of the musical heritage from Alentejo. She’s a co-author of the book “Caderno de Danças do Alentejo”, edited by “Pé deXumbo” Association, and she’s a member of “Violas Campaniças” group.

Her beautiful song “Roubei-te um beijo”

Music from Portugal – Chave D’Ouro

Chave D’Ouro is a portuguese music group. They’re best known for their pop song “Pai da Criança”:

Music from Portugal – Bandarra

“Bandarra”, music project of Azores, with open arms in the head, sing portuguese popular songs. They tell stories of things and people. They sing with joy and energy because, as they say, in the islands of Azores never saw the sadness to feed anyone.

“Vamos à Praia”

Music from Portugal – Celina da Piedade

Celina da Piedade fell in love with the accordion in her childhood, and gaved her first concert at the age of 6, in Castro Verde (in the south of Portugal). Her entusiasm for traditional dance and music made her one of the most proliftic musicians in this area in Portugal. She participated in hundreds of balls and folk music workshops. She dedicates herself activelly to the study and promotion of the musical heritage from Alentejo. She’s a co-author of the book “Caderno de Danças do Alentejo”, edited by “Pé deXumbo” Association, and she’s a member of “Violas Campaniças” group.

“Disse-te Adeus”

Music from Portugal – GNR e Isabel Silvestre

G.N.R. (acronym for “Grupo Novo Rock”) is a Portuguese band formed in Porto early 1980.
Isabel Silvestre (Manhouce, São Pedro do Sul), is a Portuguese singer. Her songs are guided by simplicity, naturalness and expressive force.

“Pronúncia do Norte”, a song accompanied by images of Porto.