The music across countries - Lusophony radio show

The Lusophony radio show is presented by Brisa
Marques, an actress, journalist, writer, singer and songwriter from Minas
Gerais. She graduated in performing arts, from the Federal University of Minas
Gerais, and in journalism, from the University Center of Belo Horizonte. Brisa was
also communication coordinator at Cria! Cultura and executive secretary of Casa
África, artistic director of Rádio Inconfidência, in addition to having worked
as a journalist in Portugal.

Lusofonia - Program 15 - Xico – Luísa Sobral (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Brisa Marques presents her musical choice for the program: the song Xico by Portuguese singer and songwriter Luísa Sobral.

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Lusofonia - Program 16 - E se o mundo acabasse em mel – Di Melo (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The musical selection for this program is the song Se o Mundo Acabava em Mel by Brazilian musician and composer Di Melo, one of the pioneers of black music in Brazil.

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Lusofonia - Program 17 - Na hora de por a mesa – Isabella Bretz and José Luís Peixoto (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

"Na hora de por a mesa, is a poem by the Portuguese writer José Luís Peixoto, and which was sung by the Brazilian singer and composer Isabella Bretz.

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Lusofonia - Program 18 – Verdes Anos – Carlos Paredes (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program Xina, a Portuguese descendant of Cape Verdeans who lived in Macau for some time and now lives in Brazil, presents her musical choice for the program: Verdes Anos by portuguese composer and guitarist Carlos Paredes.

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Lusofonia - Program 19 - Na quadrada das águas perdidas – Elomar (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The journalist Brisa Marques presents her musical choice for the program: the song Na Quadrada das Águas Perdidas, by Brazilian singer and composer Elomar Figueira Mello, whose songs are heavily influenced by the Iberian and Arab tradition brought by portuguese colonization to the northeast of Brazil.

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Lusofonia - Program 20 - Ela (Emicida, Rael, Capicua, Valete) – Língua Franca (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

This musical selection for the program is the song Ela, which is part of the album made by Brazilian rappers Emicida and Rael and Portuguese rappers Capicua and Valete.

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Lusofonia - Program 21 - Samba de Dois-dois – Roque Ferreira (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The song Samba de dois-dois, by Brazilian singer and composer Roque Ferreira, who seeks inspiration for her works in Afro-Brazilian religious traditions and in the "sambas de roda".

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Lusofonia - Program 22 - Linha de Passe (João Bosco and Aldir Blanc) – Maria João (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Brisa Marques presents her musical choice for the program: the song Linha de Passe by the brazilians João Bosco and Aldir Blanc with vocals by portuguese singer Maria João.

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Lusofonia - Program 23 - Alfama (Madredeus) (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The professor of Portuguese Literature at the Faculty of Letters of the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Lúcia Castelo Branco presents her musical choice for the program: the song Alfama by the portuguese musical group Madredeus.

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Lusofonia - Program 24 - César Lacerda - Amar pelos dois (Luísa Sobral) – Salvador Sobral (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The singer and composer César Lacerda presents the winning song of the Festival RTP da Canção 2017 Amar pelos dois by portuguese singer and songwriter Luísa Sobral, with vocals by her brother, the portuguese singer Salvador Sobral.

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Lusofonia - Program 25 - Terencio Tovela – Male – Stewart Sukuma (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The mozambican musician Terêncio Tovela presents his musical choice for the program: the song Male by mozambican singer Stewart Sukuma.

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Lusofonia - Program 26 - Song: Janaina - Nath Rodrigues (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The song Janaína by Brazilian composer and interpreter Nath Rodrigues, which brings influences from her black ancestry.

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Lusofonia - Program 27 - Song: Canto à Luanda – Carlitos Vieira Dias (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Brisa Marques presents her musical choice for the program: the song Canto a Luanda by angolan singer and guitarist Carlitos Vieira Dias.

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Credits: Story

Presented and produced by Brisa Marques, the Lusophony program conducted by Radio Inconfidência (Brazil), between the years 2009 and 2018, was intended to rescue and re-signify the origins of brazilian culture, to reaffirm the identity and provide access for listeners to "voices" who contributed to the musical expression of the country.

Cover photo: Tiago Vieira da Silva

REFERENCES:
Siquara, C. A. (2018, January 01). Brisa Marques é a nova diretora artística da Rádio Inconfidência. Jornal O Tempo. Retrieved from https://www.otempo.com.br/diversao/magazine/brisa-marques-e-a-nova-diretora-artistica-da-radio-inconfidencia-1.1569044

Link:
Brisa Marques: O Tempo


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