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“We would not have become artists if it had not been for April 25.”

“We would not have become artists if it had not been for April 25.”

The two singers took advantage of the performance they gave on the Maria Matos stage to release the album of the same name “A Madrugada que eu espera” in collaboration with Voices from the Revolution and others from today.

In an intimate setting, Barbara Tinoco and Carolina Deslands presented to the media the album “A Madrugada que eu espera”, dedicated to the April Revolution and including 17 original songs, some of which can be heard in the score with the same song. The name and which the two singers perform at the Maria Matos Theater in Lisbon, the same theater where they released this album that everyone and everything will know on April 25, the day that marks the fiftieth anniversary of the so-called Carnation Revolution is celebrated.

This work includes some current voices, such as Luisa Sobral, Rita Rocha, Felipe Melo or Buba Espinho, but it also includes voices from the past, such as Sergio Godinho, Jorge Palma or Paulo de Carvalho, performer of the song “E Além do Adeus “. Which sparked the revolution on the night of April 25, 1974.

In fact, during the show, Paolo de Carvalho disagreed when they told him that it was his “music” that gave the warning signal to leave the barracks. The singer disagreed and credited José Neza, the author of the lyrics, and José Calvario, the song's author, concluding: “I didn't do that. Sometimes who wrote the music or the words is more important than who sings it. I've had my share.”

Barbara Tinoco and Carolina Deslande highlight the times “when dreams were not allowed” and Carolina, author of a song titled April He revealed that he started shaping the song “when he was in the laundry room doing laundry.” A song about the times when women were bound by the power of their husbands who were accomplices to the criminal law and who allowed them to kill their husbands if they caught her red-handed committing a crime, read adultery.

“This is a group of people who want to relearn what they may have forgotten over these 50 years. We have been asleep for 50 years. This is my idea, because the democracy we live in, the freedom they say we have, all of that is being called into question and we need to relearn All of this “Young people follow the example of their elders much more than what their elders say and sometimes do not do,” summed up Paolo de Carvalho: new After performing 17 songs.

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But the musician gives credit to this new generation. “I have great hope for young people and I think my time is up, in a way, I just serve, if I serve, as an example of one thing or another, the rest of their life is theirs. “There is a series of young people who are waking up to a series of issues that are almost beyond their time.”

Much calmer, after the public presentation I spoke to Carolina Deslands and Bárbara Tinoco new. They did not diminish their influence on young people for a period of time away from them.

“One of the goals of the show was to remember, I think for older people it's nostalgia, and for younger people it's teaching without being boring. I'm sure there are kids who come to see our show who, all of a sudden, will be interested in politics and things they would never have been interested in.” Because they see two people they like saying they are interested in him and making a show about it,” highlighted Barbara Tinoco.

For those who heard it, they recognized a sound similar to the good old days, but Carolina Deslandes admits that there was no such concern: “We were careful not to modernize the production too much, that is, to preserve the acoustics, we wanted that.” They say this album is from 74 and people won't make it impossible, meaning it will have a similar sound, but we also don't want to take anything from what's already there. Firstly, because we have great respect for her and I believe that things have a place to exist, a place we can admire without chasing it, and so all these songs symbolize a defining moment for the future of our country, our future. We would not have become artists if it had not been for April 25th. It's using this freedom that started in these songs to freely write our songs in our own way. And I think that's what celebrating freedom is all about.

Reflection of the times
During the show, Carolina Deslandes said that the artists “are a reflection of the times.” That's why we challenged the singer to reveal whether she hopes this album will live on for generations to come. “I'm especially proud that when you talk about this moment that we're going through in the world, in our country, there was at one time the opposite movement that was this music and this album and that we used our instruments and our voices, to sing April at a time like this and immortalize it again.” This month of April is not only sung and immortalized with the songs of the time, but it is something that always happens,” Karolina Desland highlights.

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Barbara Tinoco was born in 1998, seven years before Carolina Deslands. In other words, it is clearly out of place in a time of revolution. Basically, what did you know about April before the musical and the album?

Barbara Tinoco begins: “There's a funny thing, we haven't mentioned it in many interviews, but I think it's great that we mention it. When we started doing this project there were a lot of similarities between things that happened in the script and things that happened in our family. There's a moment in The show is where Romeo and Juliet are played in reverse, as was done in Shakespeare's time, and my grandfather did a play at that time in which Juliet and Carolina's grandfather was….”

Carolina Deslands continues and concludes: “… my grandfather was called, my grandmother was at home and they called home to ask my grandfather to introduce himself because they were about to have a PIDE invasion. When I start talking about the show and the script, my grandmother says to me, “I got that phone call and your grandfather was one of the people who invaded PIDE.” So of course we already knew what happened. Of course we already knew the meaning, but when you suddenly open a dialogue again, you realize that precision and getting to the bottom of the questions makes you know things you had not imagined and others that were already half-forgotten. That's why it's so important to speak up, because even what we already know, we know better, and what we didn't know, we know now.

Photo: Cristina Bernardo

Here is the track list from “A Madrugada que eu Waited”:

1. Survival (Barbara Tinoco, Carolina Deslandes, Luisa Sobral, Rita Rocha)
Composers: Mateusz Csibra, Fyodor Bivol, Barbara Tinoco
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

2.aboutvisee
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – piano, Sandra Martinez – cello

3. The heart outside the body (Jorge Palma, Paulo de Carvalho)
Composers: Mateusz Sibra, Fyodor Bivol, Karolina Deslands
Musicians:
Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit

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4. Harbinger of Heartbreak (Carolina Deslands)
Composers: Mateusz Sibra, Fyodor Bivol, Karolina Deslands
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

5. Letra de Medico (Carolina Deslands, Salvador Sobral)
Composers: Pedro Morato, Carolina Deslands
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martinez – Cello, Pedro Morato – Guitar, Bass – Pathos, Drums – Casais

6. Ma·droga·da
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

7. Two Fingers on the Forehead (Carolina Deslands)
Composers: Fyodor Bivol, Carolina Deslands, Barbara Tinoco
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

8. Private Ramiro (Boba Espino, Tatanka, Thiago Nogueira)
Composers: Pedro Morato, Barbara Tinoco
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Clarinet, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

9.FM
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

April 10 (Carolina Deslands)
Composers: Carolina Deslands, Diogo Clemente
production: Diogo Clemente, Fedor Bivol, it's a pity
Musicians: Diogo Clemente – Guitar, Bass – Pathos, Percussion – Diogo Clemente

11. The Dawn I Waited for (Barbara Tinoco)
Composers: Fedor Bivol, Barbara Tinoco
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martins – Cello, Fyodor Bivol – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

12. Aguas Mille (Felipe Melo)
Musicians: Felipe Melo – piano, percussion – Ivo Costa

13. Au Rivoire (Carolina Deslands, Sergio Godinho)
Composers: Pedro Morato, Carolina Deslands
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martinez – Cello / Clarinet, Pedro Morato – Guitar, Bass – Petit, Drums – Casais

14. French Kissing (Barbara Tinoco)
Composers: Fedor Bivol, Barbara Tinoco
Musicians: Fyodor Bivol – piano

15. Cooperation
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – piano, Sandra Martins – cello

16. Tragedy + Time (Diogo Branco)
Composers: Pedro Morato, Carolina Deslands
Musicians: Marco Bombinho – Piano, Sandra Martinez – Cello, Pedro Morato – Guitar, Bass – Pathos, Drums – Casais

17. The End (Carolina Deslands, Diogo Branco)
Composers: Diogo Branco, Carolina Deslands
Musicians: Fyodor Bivol – guitar