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    how to accompany a vocalist. check it out. music starts at 1 minute mark.

    try this link
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfbMl1MiGnQ
    Last edited by Al Bergstein; Jun-03-2018 at 9:52pm.
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    By the way, Douglas and Irene apparently have the cuts from a CD on Soundcloud.https://soundcloud.com/ireneatienzadouglaslora
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    That was wonderful. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Fado: Dudu Maia, Douglas Lora, Irene Atienza

    The music starts at 00:59

    I wish the subtitles had English. But in seeing who is in the photo, I knew the music would be sensational.
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    Default Re: Fado: Dudu Maia, Douglas Lora, Irene Atienza

    It's not a Fado...it is a cuban bolero sung by a spanish singer with two brazilian musicians...
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    Default Re: Fado: Dudu Maia, Douglas Lora, Irene Atienza

    Absolutely lovely. Two of my favorite musicians and I love Irene's singing. Thanks, Al!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jairo Ramos Parra View Post
    It's not a Fado...it is a cuban bolero sung by a spanish singer with two brazilian musicians...
    Thanks for clarifying Jairo. I knew that Irene was Spanish. I do believe that Douglas and her do perform Fado, so I just assumed this song was also Fado. I did wonder why it was in Spanish.
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    Irene, Dudu and Douglas are making a very interesting job giving a new "air" and "flavor" to these old cuban boleros...the fado is not that far from the bolero and other Latin American rhythms...

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