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Three performances with A Música Portuguesa A Gostar Dela Própria

Fernando Augusto Sousa Ferreira gives an outdoor performance of Marcha on a harmonica, a snare drum, and a hi-hat. The one-man mini-concert was filmed as a part of A Música Portuguesa A Gostar Dela Própria (MPAGDP) , a wonderful project documenting and celebrating the wide variety of music and musical traditions in Portugal.

Below, Vitor Rosa playing “Pôr do Sol what looks to be an ocarina:

And Beatriz and Maria José Moreira sing “Estrada Nova with a Portuguese frame drum or tambourine called an adufe:

We wish there was a video series like this for every country. Watch more from MPAGDP, including the Chamarrita and this bagpipes & saw waltz.

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