The various sounds of Portuguese language - Lusophony radio show

By Virtual Museum of Lusophony

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 - Premiere Program - Línguas, Caetano Veloso’s song (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Premiere program that was broadcast on May 5, 2009, the date on which the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) instituted it as the "International Day of Portuguese Language and Lusophone Culture."

Premiere Program

Lusofonia - Program 2 - Alto Cutelo, Tubarões (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Brisa Marques presents the song Alto Cutelo by the Cape Verdean band Os Tubarões.

Program 2

Lusofonia - Program 3 (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Ismael Pedro Pereira, an engineering student born in Guinea-Bissau but living in Brazil, presents the song Mindjer i um kumpanher by the singer and multi-instrumentalist from Guinea-Bissau, Zé Manuel Fortes.

Program 3

Lusofonia - Program 4 (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The Portuguese singer Dino D'Santiago presents his musical choice for the program: a version of the song Altar Particular by Brazilian singer and songwriter Maria Gadú, with vocals by Portuguese singer Cati Freitas.

Program 4

Lusofonia - Program 5 - O meu amor (Chico Buarque) - António Zambujo part. Carminho (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

A version of the song O meu amor by Brazilian singer and composer Chico Buarque, with vocals by Portuguese singers António Zambujo and Carminho.

Program 5

Lusofonia - Program 6 - Sodade, Meu Bem, Sodade – Bonga (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The Angolan singer and composer Bonga sings the song Sodade, Meu Bem, Sodade.

Program 6

Lusofonia - Program 7 - Silva Verde, Não me Prendas – Pedro Mestre (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The Portuguese singer and composer Pedro Mestre presents the song Silva Verde, Não me Prendas of his authorship, with the participation of Coral Rancho de Cantadores.

Program 7

Lusofonia - Program 8 - Nômade Pakeleô – Lenna Bahule part. Zé Leónidas (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program, journalist Brisa Marques presents her musical choice for the program: the song Nômade Pakerô by the Mozambican singer born in Maputo, Lenna Bahule. The music includes the participation of the Brazilian artist Zé Leônidas.

Program 8

Lusofonia - Program 9 – Com que Roupa (Eduardo DW) – Manobra’s Project (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation of the song With what clothes from Projeto Manobra, whose proposal is to work on Brazilian black music.

Program 9

Lusofonia - Program 10 - Partida (Ney Fernandes) – Cesária Évora (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The song Partida, composed by Cape Verdean singer and composer Ney Fernandes is presented with vocals by Cesária Évora.

Program 10

Lusofonia - Program 11 - Dimokransa (Kak+í Barbosa) – Mayra Andrade (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The song Dimokransa, written by Cape Verdean composer, Kaká Barbosa, with vocals by Mayra Andrade, a Cape-Verdean singer.

Program 11

Lusofonia - Program 12 - Moçambique’s song (Congado's traditional songs) - Maurício Tizumba (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

Presentation of the song Canto de Moçambique 2 with vocals by Brazilian "congadeiro", singer and composer Maurício Tizumba.

Program 12

Lusofonia - Program 13 - Ganga Zumbi (Sérgio Santos and Paulo César Pinheiro) (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

The song Ganga-Zumbi brings traditional Afro-Brazilian rhythms by Brazilian instrumentalist, singer and composer, Sérgio Santos, with the participation of her great partner, the Brazilian composer and poet, Paulo César Pinheiro.

Program 13

Lusofonia - Program 14 - Thiago Amud – Livros – Caetano Veloso (21th Century) by Brisa MarquesVirtual Museum of Lusophony

In this program the singer and composer Thiago Amud presents his musical choice for the program: the song Livros by the Brazilian singer and composer Caetano Veloso.

Program 14
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 an identity and provide access for listeners to "voices" who contributed to the musical expression of the country.

Cover illustration: 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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