Adriano Correia de Oliveira


Adriano Correia de Oliveira

Infobox musical artist
Name = Adriano Correia de Oliveira
Background = solo_singer
Born = birth date|1942|4|9
Avintes, Vila Nova de Gaia
Died = death date and age|1982|10|16|1942|4|9
Avintes, Vila Nova de Gaia
Genre = Fado, Protest music
Origin = Portugal
Occupation = Singer
Years_active = 1960s–1970s
Label =

Adriano Maria Correia Gomes de Oliveira, GCIH, ComL, or just Adriano (April 9, 1942 – October 16, 1982cite web|title=Adriano Correia de Oliveira - Obituary|month=October | year=2002|language=Portuguese|url=http://adriano.esenviseu.net/noticias/homenagemoutubro2002.asp|accessdate=2007-12-29] ) was a Portuguese musician, born to a conservative Roman Catholic family in Porto. His family moved to Avintes after his birth. He went to Coimbra for study at the University of Coimbra, and eventually dropped out, albeit has involved himself in the student activism and Coimbra fado music.

Adriano made part of a generation of composers and singers of political songs that used music and lyrics to fight against the "Estado Novo" dictatorial regime. For that, he became famous among the democratic resistance and persecuted by the political police, PIDE for his subversive actions. Adriano was a personal friend of many musicians like Zeca Afonso, Padre Fanhais, Sérgio Godinho or Luísa Basto, with whom he collaborated in the recording of many albums.

Adriano was also a member of the Portuguese Communist Party and participated many times in the Avante! Festival. He was also a friend of the socialist Manuel Alegre, who wrote many of his lyrics. He died in Avintes at the age of 40 due to a vascular accident.

Albums

*1969 - «O canto e as armas»
**E de súbito um sino
**Raiz
**E a carne se fez verbo
**E o bosque se fez barco
**Peregrinação
**A batalha de Alcácer-Quibir
**Regresso
**Canção da fronteira
**Por aquele caminho
**Canto da nossa tristeza
**Trova do vento que passa N.2
**As mãos
**Post-scriptum
*1970 - «Cantaremos»
**Cantar de emigração
**Saudade pedra e espada
**Fala do homem nascido
**O Sol p'rguntou à Lua
**Canção para o meu amor não se perder no mercado da concorrência
**Lágrima de preta
**Canção com lágrimas
**Cantar para um pastor
**Como hei-de amar serenamente
**Sapateia
**A noite dos poetas
*1971 - «Gente de aqui e de agora»
**Emigração
**E alegre se fez triste
**O senhor morgado
**Cana verde
**A vila de Alvito
**Canção tão simples
**Cantiga de amigo
**Para Rosalia
**Roseira brava
**História do quadrilheiro Manuel Domingos Louzeiro
*1975 - «Que nunca mais»
**Tejo que levas as águas
**O senhor gerente
**As balas
**No vale escuro
**Tu e eu meu amor
**Recado a Helena
**Dona Abastança
**Cantiga de Montemaior
**P'ra a frente

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