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For all fado musicians, fans and a fortiori singers, Amália Rodrigues is like the centre of gravity. An unavoidable figure for everyone who either wants to listen to or develop the genre. As an icon of an entire country, a symbol of Portugal’s soul, the fadista’s aura has not wavered since she died in 1999. 2020 would have marked her 100th birthday. Mariza, Portugal’s current most-popular singer, is celebrating her 20-year-long career by dedicating an entire album to her elder. Canta Amália contains a selection of Saint Amalia’s most popular songs, from one of her earliest hits (Foi Deus, 1952) to one of her last (Lágrima, 1983) and focuses on standards from her golden age in the 1960s, when she worked with the brilliant composer Alain Oulman (Gaivota, Fado Português, Estranha Forma de Vida, Povo Qui Lavas No Rio, Cravos de Papel and Com Que Voz). Mariza approaches this repertoire with respect, but also with the emotional distance that characterises her relaxed approach to the normally tear-inducing genre.


 


Mariza has once again called up Jaques Morelenbaum for this album – a Brazilian producer, arranger and cellist who has previously worked with Tom Jobim and Caetano Veloso. He was also the mastermind behind one of the highlights of Mariza’s career, the 2005 album Transparente. The strings come out in full force, making the arrangements – which are sometimes jazzy and at other times Brazilian-sounding – as lush as a 1950s Hollywood blockbuster. Yes, Canta Amália was recorded in Rio, though the Brazilian accents also serve as a nod towards Amália’s recording debut in that same city in 1945. And while the Brazilian Lula Galvão’s guitar sometimes unveils Hispanic accents, it’s probably to evoke the diva’s origins. Born in Beira Baixa, a former Portuguese province bordering Spain, the local music strongly influenced her sound. But of course, the crystalline notes of the unmistakable Portuguese guitar, played by two of the greatest contemporary practitioners - Bernardo Couto and Luís Guerreiro - take us back to the heart of Lisbon’s Alfama, an old neighbourhood where Fado was born. This album never tries to be overly intimate or traditional. It is destined for large stages capable of hosting large orchestras and stars such as Mariza or Amalia, who was the first Fado singer to be celebrated in a prestigious concert hall. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/Qobuz

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1
Com Que Voz
00:04:16

Jaques Morelenbaum, Conductor, Producer, Arranger, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Alain Oulman, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Rafael Barata, Drums - Luiz Vaz de Camões, Lyricist - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer - Bernado Couto, Portuguese Guitar

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

2
Barco Negro
00:04:45

Jaques Morelenbaum, Conductor, Producer, Arranger, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Accordion, Piano - Carlos Malta, Piccolo - David Mourao-Ferreira, Adapter - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Marcelo Costa, Percussion - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Caco Velho, Composer, Lyricist - Piratini, Composer, Lyricist - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Lula Galvão, Violão - Luis Guerreiro, Portuguese Guitar - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Andrea Ernest Dias, Piccolo - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

3
Lágrima
00:03:40

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Carlos Malta, Flute - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Amalia Rodrigues, Lyricist - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Carlos Goncalves, Composer - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - PC Castilho, Flute - Eduardo Neves, Flute - Andrea Ernest Dias, Flute - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Fabio Luba, Flute - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

4
Formiga Bossa Nova
00:03:19

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Alexandre O'Neil, Lyricist - Alain Oulman, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Lula Galvão, Violão - Luis Guerreiro, Portuguese Guitar - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

5
Estranha Forma de Vida
00:03:15

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Alfredo Duarte, Composer - Carlos Malta, Flute - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Amalia Rodrigues, Lyricist - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - PC Castilho, Flute - Eduardo Neves, Flute - Andrea Ernest Dias, Flute - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Fabio Luba, Flute - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

6
Cravos de Papel
00:02:37

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer - Cristovão Bastos, Accordion, Piano - Alain Oulman, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Marcelo Costa, Percussion - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - António Sousa Freitas, Lyricist - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

7
Povo que Lavas no Rio
00:04:43

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Joaquim Campos, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Pedro Homem De Mello, Lyricist - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

8
Foi Deus
00:03:41

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Alberto Janes, Composer, Lyricist - Carlos Malta, Flute - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - PC Castilho, Flute - Eduardo Neves, Flute - Andrea Ernest Dias, Flute - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Fabio Luba, Flute - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

9
Gaivota
00:03:29

Jaques Morelenbaum, Conductor, Producer, Arranger, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Alexandre O'Neil, Lyricist - Alain Oulman, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

10
Fado Português
00:04:49

Jaques Morelenbaum, Producer, Solo Cello - Cristovão Bastos, Piano - Carlos Malta, Flute - Alain Oulman, Composer - Alex Wharton, Masterer - Jorge Helder, Contra-Bassoon - Mariza, Vocals, MainArtist - Artur David, Recorded by - Marcelo Saboia, Mixer, Recorded by - Bernardo Couto, Portuguese Guitar - Jose Regio, Lyricist - Lula Galvão, Violão - Daniel Silva, Assistant Additional Recording Engineer - João Pedro Ruela, Executive Producer - Ricardo Dias, Assistant Sound Engineer - PC Castilho, Flute - Eduardo Neves, Flute - Andrea Ernest Dias, Flute - Jaques Morenlenbaum, Conductor, Arranger - Rafael Barata, Drums - Daniel Alcolforado, Assistant Sound Engineer - Fabio Luba, Flute - Ruela Music, Executive Producer

© 2020 Taberna da Música ℗ 2020 Taberna da Música, sob licença exclusiva a Warner Music Portugal, Lda

Albumbeschreibung

For all fado musicians, fans and a fortiori singers, Amália Rodrigues is like the centre of gravity. An unavoidable figure for everyone who either wants to listen to or develop the genre. As an icon of an entire country, a symbol of Portugal’s soul, the fadista’s aura has not wavered since she died in 1999. 2020 would have marked her 100th birthday. Mariza, Portugal’s current most-popular singer, is celebrating her 20-year-long career by dedicating an entire album to her elder. Canta Amália contains a selection of Saint Amalia’s most popular songs, from one of her earliest hits (Foi Deus, 1952) to one of her last (Lágrima, 1983) and focuses on standards from her golden age in the 1960s, when she worked with the brilliant composer Alain Oulman (Gaivota, Fado Português, Estranha Forma de Vida, Povo Qui Lavas No Rio, Cravos de Papel and Com Que Voz). Mariza approaches this repertoire with respect, but also with the emotional distance that characterises her relaxed approach to the normally tear-inducing genre.


 


Mariza has once again called up Jaques Morelenbaum for this album – a Brazilian producer, arranger and cellist who has previously worked with Tom Jobim and Caetano Veloso. He was also the mastermind behind one of the highlights of Mariza’s career, the 2005 album Transparente. The strings come out in full force, making the arrangements – which are sometimes jazzy and at other times Brazilian-sounding – as lush as a 1950s Hollywood blockbuster. Yes, Canta Amália was recorded in Rio, though the Brazilian accents also serve as a nod towards Amália’s recording debut in that same city in 1945. And while the Brazilian Lula Galvão’s guitar sometimes unveils Hispanic accents, it’s probably to evoke the diva’s origins. Born in Beira Baixa, a former Portuguese province bordering Spain, the local music strongly influenced her sound. But of course, the crystalline notes of the unmistakable Portuguese guitar, played by two of the greatest contemporary practitioners - Bernardo Couto and Luís Guerreiro - take us back to the heart of Lisbon’s Alfama, an old neighbourhood where Fado was born. This album never tries to be overly intimate or traditional. It is destined for large stages capable of hosting large orchestras and stars such as Mariza or Amalia, who was the first Fado singer to be celebrated in a prestigious concert hall. © Benjamin MiNiMuM/Qobuz

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