Gulbenkian Choir a cappella

Heroic Songs

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  • Conductor
  • Inês Mesquita Piano
  • Accordion

Heroic Songs

Street Hymns and songs from the Liberal Period

– Hino da Carta Constitucional
– A Quinta do Ramalhão
– Ó Braga fiel
– Canção Vilanovense

Fernando Lopes-Graça

Canções Heroicas
– Acordai
– Jornada
– Convite
– Cantemos o novo dia
– Combate
– Ronda
– Livre

Fernando Lopes-Graça

Os homens que vão p´ra guerra

José Calvário

E depois do adeus (arr. by Miguel Almeida)

Nuno Guimarães

Canção dos marinheiros (arr. de Tiago Marques)

Luís Cília

Canção do desertor (arr. de Miguel Jesus)

Vitorino

A Ilha de Samui (arr. by Jorge Matta)

José Mário Branco

O nevoeiro (arr. by Miguel Almeida)

Sérgio Godinho

O galo é o dono dos ovos (arr. by Fernando Lapa)

Zeca Afonso

Maio, maduro Maio (arr. by Fernando Lapa)

Eurico Carrapatoso

Tríptico Afonsino
– Cantigas do Maio
– Venham mais cinco
– Traz outro amigo também

The Gulbenkian Choir is a versatile ensemble formed by singers of immense technical and artistic talent. It can be symphonic in form, to perform the great works, or smaller and more intimate to perform a cappella pieces. In this latter incarnation, it will present a cycle of free concerts to enable wider access to this unique form of vocal music.

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