• Choir

    Coro

    Sacred Music

    Avé Maria

    (SATB) - c' 2

    coro acapella (com divisis)

    Pater Noster

    (SATB) - c' 2

    coro acapella (com divisis)

    Credo dos Apóstolos

    (SATB) - c' 5'30

    coro misto (com divisis) e órgão

    Folk songs

    3 Cantigas do Cancioneiro de Serpa

    (SAB) - c. 5'30 (Tradicional)

    I - O Pastor Alentejano

    II - Linda Jóia

    III - Não quero que vás à monda

    coro acapella

     

    A IDA PARA BELÉM (SATB) - c. 1'30 (Tradicional)

    coro acapella

     

    JÁ LÁ VEM A MADRUGADA (SATB) - c. 1'30

    Tradicional

     

    AGORA BAIXOU O SOL (SATB)
    Tradicional - c. 2'

  • Choir (arrangments) / Coro (arranjos)

    Add and rearrange any components you want.

    ELES (SA+piano / SA+piano+ensemble)
    Manuel Freire - arranjo (2012) - c. 2'

     

    A FORMIGA NO CARREIRO (SATB)
    Zeca Afonso - c. 2'30

     

    A MORTE SAIU À RUA (SATB)
    Zeca Afonso - c. 2'30

     

    ANZOL (SAT)
    Flak/Pedro Malaquias (Radio Macau) - c. 3'

     

    MÃE PRETA (SATB)
    Piratini e Caco Velho - c. 3'

     

    MOVIMENTO PERPÉTUO ASSOCIATIVO (SAT)
    Deolinda - c. 2'

     

    O ENTERRO DO TOSTÃO (SAT)

    Banda do Casaco - c. 2'

     

    TIMOR (SATB)

    João Gil - c. 3'

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