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Sérgio Godinho, freedom passed through Campo Pequeno

17499 Days of Dictatorship < 17500 Days of Freedom

If there was a need for a reason to go and see Sérgio Godinho live in Campo Pequeno, the celebration of 17,500 days of Freedom, one more than the 17,499 days of Dictatorship, would be a huge reason, but add these friends, Capicua, Manuela Azevedo, Samuel Úria, Tó Trips and Filipe Raposo, made this concert memorable.

After an introduction, with the voice of José Mário Branco, with ‘Cantiga do Fogo e da Guerra‘ written by Sérgio Godinho, the concert opened, to celebrate Freedom, to hear Sérgio Godinho.

This concert, produced by EGEAC and sponsored by the Lisbon City Council, was attended by Carlos Moedas, Mayor of Lisbon and the President of the Republic Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

Sérgio Godinho, who in the first year of the pandemic, celebrated 75 years, with a series of concerts at Teatro Maria Matos, all sold out, recorded ‘O Novo Normal‘, a song about the world in terms of a pandemic, which we still haven’t overcome.

If it was with more recent songs that Sérgio Godinho started the concert, ‘Dancemos no Mundo‘, a theme from 2000, ‘O Novo Normal‘ from 2020, followed by ‘Grão da Mesma Mó‘, the theme was written by David Fonseca, then Samuel Úria enters, the first guest, for the first theme, ‘Cuidado com as Imitações‘, ‘As Traves‘, Samuel’s theme, ‘Domingo no Mundo‘, a song from 1997 and which has the theme of child labour, ending with ‘Maré Alta‘, with an energetic Úria, and to an incredible ovation from the audience.

First the pianist Filipe Raposo and then Tó Trips entered the stage, who enchanted on piano and guitar in the themes, ‘Mariana Pais, 21 Anos’, ‘Dias Consecutivos’, ‘Lisboa que Amanhece’ and ‘Lisboa Mulata’ – theme of the Dead Combo.

A guest follows, Capicua with ‘Coro das Velhas’, ‘O Elixir da Eterna Juventude’, ‘Parto Sem Dor’ a theme by Capicua and ‘Madrepérola’. Again alone, he continues with ‘O Fugitivo’, almost recited and ‘Os Vampiros’, by José Afonso, with the house almost falling down and Sérgio encouraging it with “Long live Zeca!“.

It is then Manuela Azevedo’s turn, her last guest, to enter the stage, there are already several collaborations between Clã and Sérgio Godinho, memorable themes, such as ‘Espetáculo’, ‘Tudo no Amor’ that are the result of this collaboration between Hélder Goncalves and Sérgio Godinho, with the audience singing in unison with Manuela and Sérgio, to which both also added the interpretation of ‘Lá em Baixo‘.

Unfortunately, the night was coming to an end, and it was ‘Com um Brilhozinho nos Olhos’ and ‘O Primeiro Dia’ that Sérgio Godinho said goodbye, to an ovation that didn’t end until he returned to the stage, not once, but twice.

Foi um final do concerto épico na quarta-feira, no Campo Pequeno, em Lisboa, com o fantástico Sérgio Godinho, figura maior da cultura portuguesa, na companhia de Nuno Rafael na guitarra, Sérgio Nascimento na bateria, Nuno Espírito Santo no baixo, Miguel Fevereiro na guitarra e João Cardoso nos teclados, a que se juntaram os convidados, Samuel Úria, Filipe Raposo, Tó Trips, Capicua e Manuela Azevedo, numa versão de ‘Liberdade‘ que empolgou o publico presente, a que se seguiu uma ovação em pé de num Campo Pequeno apinhado, e Sérgio Godinho teve de voltar novamente ao palco para terminar com ‘A Noite Passada para uma sala feliz e agradecida, a um dos maiores compositores e cantores portugueses.

It was the end of the epic concert on Wednesday, at Campo Pequeno, in Lisbon, with the fantastic Sérgio Godinho, one of the greatest figures in Portuguese culture, in the company of Nuno Rafael on guitar, Sérgio Nascimento on drums, Nuno Espírito Santo on bass, Miguel Fevereiro on guitar and João Cardoso on keyboards, joined by guests Samuel Úria, Filipe Raposo, Tó Trips, Capicua and Manuela Azevedo, in a version of ‘Liberdade‘ that thrilled the audience, followed by a standing ovation in a crowded Campo Pequeno, and Sérgio Godinho had to return to the stage again to finish with ‘A Noite Passada‘ for a happy and grateful room, to one of the greatest Portuguese composers and singers.

 

 

Alinhamento do Concerto:

  • Introduction – Cantiga do Fogo e da Guerra – José Mário Branco
  • Dancemos no Mundo
  • O Novo Normal
  • Grão da Mesma Mó
  • Cuidado com as Imitações – with Samuel Úria
  • As Traves – withSamuel Úria – by Samuel Úria
  • Domingo no Mundo – with Samuel Úria
  • Maré Alta – with Samuel Úria
  • Mariana Pais, 21 Anos – with Filipe Raposo
  • Dias Consecutivos – with Filipe Raposo and Tó Trips
  • Lisboa que Amanhece – with Tó Trips
  • Lisboa Mulata – with Tó Trips – by Dead Combo
  • O Charlatão
  • Coro das Velhas – with Capicua
  • Parto sem Dor – withCapicua – by Capicua
  • O Elixir da Eterna Juventude – with Capicua
  • O Fugitivo
  • Os Vampiros – musica de José Afonso
  • Lá em Baixo – with Manuela Azevedo
  • Espetáculo – with Manuela Azevedo – by Hélder Goncalves/Sérgio Godinho
  • Tudo no Amor – withManuela Azevedo – by Hélder Goncalves/Sérgio Godinho
  • Com um Brilhozinho nos Olhos
  • O Primeiro Dia
  • Liberdade – with all the musicians and guests on stage
  • A Noite Passada

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