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Évora, Cesárea (1941 – 2011)

Cesária Évora (2009). Picture by Bremond. Creative Commons License

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Alias: Barefoot Diva, Cise, Queen of Morna


Description: Cesárea Évora was a singer and songwriter from Cape Verde. Her music is melancholic, and her lyrics speak of the isolation of her country, the problems of emigration and the slave trade. She collaborated with Compay Segundo in 2002 and won a Grammy Award in 2004 for best album. Cesárea was awarded with Grand-Cross of the Order of Prince Henry (Portugal) in 1999 and with The Legion of Honour medal (France) in 2007.
Sex: Female Occupation: Singer and songwriter
Place of Birth / Death: Mindelo, Cape Verde / São Vicente, Cape Verde Country Tags: Cape Verde
Periods: XX-XXI Century Genres: Instrumental music, vocal music, dance music, nationalism music.
Styles: Ethnic, Folk, Blues, Traditional, World Music, Coladeira, Morna. Group: –
Instruments: Voice Relatives: Lela Évora (Brother), Hermínia da Cruz Fortes (cousin), António da Rocha Évora (nephew), Xavier da Cruz (nephew).



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  • Beltrando-Patier, Marie-Claire y otros (1996). Historia de la música. Espasa Calpe
  • Bohlman, Philip V (2002). World Music. OUP Oxford.
  • Millington, Janice (1999). Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 2. Routledge.
  • Michels, Ulrich. (1992) Atlas de música, vol. 1 y 2. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.
  • Onnen, Frank. (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.
  • Pestelli, Giorgio (1986): Historia de la música. Madrid, Turner.
  • Rodman, Sarah (2007). A true cultural ambassador. The Boston Globe.
  • Shepherd, J., ed. (2003). Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. New York: Continuum.
  • Sieradzińska, Elżbieta (2015). Cesaria Evora. Minsk: Wydawnictwo Marginesy.