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  1. Bernardo Sassetti Trio was a Portuguese jazz trio formed by Bernardo Sassetti (piano), Carlos Barretto (double bass) and Alexandre Frazão…

  2. Mário Laginha Trio are Mário Laginha (piano), Bernardo Moreira (bass) and Alexandre Frazão (drums).

  3. António Pinho Vargas was born in 1951, in Vila Nova de Gaia near Oporto. He graduated in History and has the final degree in Piano by the Oporto…

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  5. Double bass player and composer, Carlos Bica, is one of the most prolific and innovative sound artists of Portugal.
    Among the several musical…

  6. Old Jerusalem is a project formed by Francisco Silva, songwriter that is fit in the area of "alternative/folk". The first launching in 2001 appears…

  7. Portuguese Jazz Double Bass Player.

  8. José Mário Branco is a portuguese musician and composer.

    He began his career under the portuguese fascist regime and was persecuted and exiled…

  9. "Quinteto Tati" (meaning the Tati Quintet) is a portuguese band that made its debut in 2004. Despite the name, honouring the cineast Jacques…

  10. Maria João Monteiro Grancha was born in 1956, in Lisbon. Whilst growing up, Maria never thought about becoming a singer. In her teenage years she…

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