In Portuguese countryside, “Moçoila” is a common word to designate a young and attractive girl. And these can surely catch their audiences: powerful singing and traditional percussion playing, old and new songs from the land and the sea performed with unique joy and freshness.
Having the recovery of traditional Algarve music as a starting point, this vocal ensemble has a unique manner of interpreting old songs from the mountain “Serra do Caldeirão” For its most part their repertoire is composed by traditional folk songs from Algarve, rich in slang, the Algarvian cursing, and playful naggery spicing the plain love stories and social critique. This is a unique and yet to-be-discovered secret in Portuguese folk music.
Teresa Colaco – vocals, percussion
Teresa Muge – vocals, percussion
Margarida Guerreiro – vocals, percussion
Eduarda Alves – vocals, percussion
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