Maybe it's because I remember the 45 rotations of the raul in the middle of my childhood records. Perhaps because I still know of color not only great bits of their monologues but their own inflexions, pauses, start-ups, the waitings to provoke those who heard, the unexpected bushings. the truth is that I often think of it as if of a singer it was and not so many singers I know who know how to treat the Portuguese language as well as the raul.
However, none of this comes down to a question of direction - no one misses who spells well but gives us a sleep of the devils! the raul arrests us to the dolls it creates, makes us believe in them, leaves us the illusion that we know them as intimate friends u neighbors on the side
When you're done listening to me again, these 10 monologues followed by 1 songs, will want more. is there a bet?! ?
Portuguese actor and comedian. He was born in Lisbon's Madragoa neighborhood, and first appeared on stage there. In his long career, he developed many comic pieces that have become classics.His humour was, at the time (especially considering Portugal was still under the dictatorial Salazar regime), both unexpected and fresh. It included a lot of nonsense, and stories making fun of daily life.
He often played an ingenuous poor man, whose life was neither good or bad. He portrayed characters with conviction and humor. His best material included pieces written by him, such as "Ida ao médico" ("At the doctor"), and others based on Spanish comedian Miguel Gila’s material: (“A guerra de 1908” / “The war of 1908” and “História da minha vida” / “The story of my life”).
A Guerra De 1908
História Da Minha Vida
Ida Ao Médico
É Do Inimigo?
Concerto De Violino
O Bombeiro Voluntário
Chamada Para Washington
O Cabeleireiro De Senhoras