Profile: Portuguese ensemble for ancient music, founded in 1972 by Manuel Morais. Members: Ana Bela Chaves, Catarina Latino, Emídio Coutinho, Fernando Serafim, Jennifer Smith (3), Manuel Morais, Orlando Worm, Simões Da Hora. Música De Salão Do Tempo De D. Maria I - Portuguese Salon Music Of The Late Eighteenth Century And Ninteenth Century - Modinhas, Conçonetas e Instrumentais (CD, Album).
The main goal of the Segréis de Lisboa is to contribute towards the revival of Portuguese and Spanish Early Music. Established in 1972 by lute player and musicologist Manuel Morais, this ensemble consists of a variable number of singers and players, all of whom are essentially concerned with approaching this kind of repertoire as authentically as possible, on the basis of our current musicological, historical and stylistic knowledge, and using either original instruments or modern copies thereof.
In Late in the 19th century, the city of Coimbra developed a distinctive scene. The sound has been described as "the song of those who retain and cherish their illusions, not of those who have irretrievably lost them" by Rodney Gallop in 1936. There are several popular musicians of Portuguese descent. Luso-francofonic artists include Linda de Suza (Portuguese born and later an immigrant in France) and Marie Myriam, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1977. Nelly Furtado reflected some of her Portuguese origin, especially in lesser-known songs in her first albums (songs like "Scared" sung by Furtado in English and Portuguese, "Nas Horas do Dia" and "Força"). Portugal-born Nuno Bettencourt's heritage is also reflected in the title of Extreme's 2008 album Saudades de Rock.
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In the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century there was and an attempt to produce a corpus of Scottish national song, involving Robert Burns and George Thomson, which helped make Scottish songs part of the European cannon of classical music. The bothy ballads, which dealt with the lives of agricultural workers, were mainly written in the period 1820–60 and then adapted and altered along with working life in the later part of the century. Evidence of continued activity in traditional music includes the manuscripts of James Simpson (f. 1820–30). The tradition of European concert music in Scotland, which had been established in the eighteenth century faltered towards the end of the century. From the mid-nineteenth century classical music began a revival in Scotland, aided by the visits of Frédéric Chopin and Felix Mendelssohn.
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Nineteenth-Century Classical Music. See works of art. 3. 6. The nineteenth century brought great upheaval to Western societies. Romantics valued the natural world, idealized the life of the common man, rebelled against social conventions, and stressed the importance of the emotional in art.