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Musica Tradicional Portuguesa N1

Jorge Fontes

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Jorge Fontes

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1
Tirana, Linda Tirana
00:02:47

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

2
Lisboa À Noite
00:02:19

Carlos Dias, Composer - Jorge Fontes, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

3
A Moda do Pézinho
00:02:24

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

4
Todos Me Querem
00:02:07

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

5
Lisboa Antiga
00:02:36

Raul Portela, Composer - Jorge Fontes, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

6
Rapsódia Minhota
00:01:57

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

7
A Bela Aurora da Serra
00:02:48

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

8
Sapateia Ilha Terceira - Açores
00:03:23

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

9
Sempre Que Lisboa Canta
00:02:05

Carlos Rocha, Composer - Jorge Fontes, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

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Vamos ao Minho
00:02:02

Jorge Fontes, Composer, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

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Corridinho Nº 1
00:02:05

Jorge Fontes, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist - Melo Júnior, Composer

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

12
Lisboa, Não Sejas Francesa
00:02:29

Raul Ferrao, Composer - Jorge Fontes, MainArtist - Quim Barreiros, MainArtist

1971 World Music Records 1971 World Music Records

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