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Raízes (Portuguese for 'roots') features new works commissioned by the Matosinhos String Quartet, in which composers were invited to write works inspired by melodies, dances and stories from Portuguese traditional folklore. Returning to their heritage in North Portugal, Eurico Carrapatoso and Fernando C. Lapa both draw inspiration from Mirandese landscapes, dances and melodies. Telmo Marques's Ilhas Afortunadas alludes to the mythologies surrounding the islands of the Azores and Madeira, and Sérgio Azevedo pays homage to Fernando Lopes-Graça and Béla Bartók's pioneering work recording folk music in the field with his Popularuskia I
Raízes (Portuguese for 'roots') features new works commissioned by the Matosinhos String Quartet, in which composers were invited to write works inspired by melodies, dances and stories from Portuguese traditional folklore. Returning to their heritage in North Portugal, Eurico Carrapatoso and Fernando C. Lapa both draw inspiration from Mirandese landscapes, dances and melodies. Telmo Marques's Ilhas Afortunadas alludes to the mythologies surrounding the islands of the Azores and Madeira, and Sérgio Azevedo pays homage to Fernando Lopes-Graça and Béla Bartók's pioneering work recording folk music in the field with his Popularuskia I
747313911479
Azevedo / Matosinhos String Quartet - Raizes - Portuguese Chamber Mu

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Format: CD
Label: NAXOS
Rel. Date: 02/24/2023
UPC: 747313911479

Raizes - Portuguese Chamber Mu
Artist: Azevedo / Matosinhos String Quartet
Format: CD
New: In Stock $19.99
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Raízes (Portuguese for 'roots') features new works commissioned by the Matosinhos String Quartet, in which composers were invited to write works inspired by melodies, dances and stories from Portuguese traditional folklore. Returning to their heritage in North Portugal, Eurico Carrapatoso and Fernando C. Lapa both draw inspiration from Mirandese landscapes, dances and melodies. Telmo Marques's Ilhas Afortunadas alludes to the mythologies surrounding the islands of the Azores and Madeira, and Sérgio Azevedo pays homage to Fernando Lopes-Graça and Béla Bartók's pioneering work recording folk music in the field with his Popularuskia I
        
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