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Portugality: Lesson 1 : : Acentos Portuguesas

Listen to ten people from different parts of the Lusosphere read the same sentence about Dom Sebastao I. Perfect for someone trying to learn Portuguese to sp...

Alfred Rose - Duddhu (Dinheiro)

A classic Goan composition by Alfred Rose - A popular Goan musician in the early 70's. He sings in Roman Concanim - the creole spoken by a majority of Luso-I...

Marcha De Fontainhas (Gavana)

This is an excellent rendition of Goa's Marcha de Fontainhas by the Luso-Indian group 'Gavana'. Please purchase the music you love and support the artist. Vi...

Mando Gõycho

A Luso-Indian song from Goa. The language us the creole spoken by most Luso-Indians: the Roman Concannim script which borrows heavily from Portuguese. This s...

Atomic Simao - Dancing Emptyness

Taken from Nōdo (2013). http://atomicsimao.bandcamp.com/album/n-do.

Corridinho

This is a Goan rendition of the Portuguese traditional folk song (and dance) - Corridinho (O Malhão). Unknown singers, would appreciate help from the communi...

Hanv Saiba Poltoddi Vetam

The most famous Goan 'Dekhnni' (a semi-classical dance form), was composed by Carlos Eugénio Joao Filipe Ferreira of Corjuem, Aldona in 1887 (!) and publishe...

Tamarind

Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) (from Arabic: تمر هندي‎, romanized tamar hindi, "Indian date") is a leguminous tree in the family Fabaceae indigenous to tropica...

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