Fado

Fado (ˈfaðu, `destiny, fate`) is a music genre which can be traced to the 1820s in Portugal, but probably with much earlier origins. Fado historian and scholar Rui Vieira Nery states that `the only reliable information on the history of Fado was orally transmitted and goes back to the 1820s and 1830s at best. But even that information was fre......
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fado

(from the article `Lisbon`) ...strip of the Iberian Peninsula: saudade, generally translated as `melancholy,` a variety of a state of anxiety tempered by fatalism. Saudade is ... Mozambique-born Portuguese singer, who popularized fado, a traditional Portuguese musical genre that combines a narrative vocal style with acoustic ....
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fado

noun a sad Portuguese folksong
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fado

Originally a Portuguese song and dance absorbed by Latin America and especially by Brazil as a pattern for the Samba. The steps of the Fado are based on a hop, a skip and a kick in 2/4 time.
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