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LESSONS OF HOPE FROM THE DEEP HEART OF EARTH, Suy / São Ludovino

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Tribute to the heroic miners of Chile.

Tribute to the heroic miners of Chile.

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  • Beautiful presentation ! THANKS
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  • Hi São Ludovino,

    Yes, The Hope triumphed in this case.

    This presentation that you share is very emotional and the music is from another planet. ('O Pastor' performed brilliantly by Madredeus makes a perfect match for this work)

    Madredeus I think is much more than an 'extraordinary Portuguese band'


    Greetings from Mérida, Yucatán, México.


    Alfredo
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  • My thanks to Mr Ken Booth, the body and soul of “SHORPY”, probably the best historic photography archive, for allowing me to use five fabulous photos in black and white. SHORPY: http://www.shorpy.com/.

    Here are the lyrics of the song «The Shepherd» by Madredeus (translated from Portuguese to English by me… a questionable and imperfect translation… but it’s hard to resist to share such beauty).

    The Shepherd

    Oh, no one goes back
    to what has already left
    nobody escapes from the big wheel
    nobody knows where walked before.

    Oh, no one remembers
    not even what has dreamed
    (and) that little boy sings
    the song of the shepherd.

    Far away
    still burns
    the boat
    of fantasy
    and my dream ends late
    leaves the soul to lookout.

    Far away
    still burns
    the boat
    of fantasy
    and my dream ends late;
    to awake, that’s what I wanted not.

    Lyrics by Pedro Ayres Magalhães, founder and leader member of the extraordinary Portuguese band Madredeus.
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