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Experimental works vol.1

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About Experimental works vol.1

“Experimental works” is a laboratory which materialises the most academic side of the Duo. Having studied composition at the Conservatoire, over the years the Duo has added to their repertoire contemporary compositions and interpretations from different horizons, on top of their more traditional performances.

A score ordered in 2018 from Portuguese composer Candido Lima for classical and Portuguese guitar, a piece for solo guitar arranged by Belgian composer Jean-Pierre Deleuze (dedicated to Philippe Raposo) as well as other compositions by Miguel Raposo created with the help of Claude Ledoux. A variety of musical pieces with changing aesthetics, which mark the Duo’s relationship with yet another facet of their musical universe: lyrical music.

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Traditional works

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About Traditional works

“Traditional works” is the product of many years interpreting great classical pieces from the traditional Portuguese guitar repertoire. This album gathers music from various and unique artists who have greatly influenced the Duo Raposo.

It consists of mostly live recordings which the Duo has been playing at different venues since the first days of the band. An unapologetic tribute to a music tradition which continues inspiring and intriguing the two brothers. .

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Pouca Terra

CD Pouca Terra - Duo Raposo
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About Pouca Terra

The first album, “Pouca Terra”, released early in June, 2019, tells the story of a great human and musical adventure. In 2006 the Duo Raposo is invited to play in Coimbra, and on that occasion they will meet Octávio Sérgio and Eduardo Aroso, two of Fado’s greatest composers and interpreters.

In 2019, the latter take the trip to Brussels and record for the album together with the Raposo brothers, three traditional scores that Miguel, the Duo’s composer, has specifically arranged for a string quartet.

Thus their first album depicts in the most beautiful of ways their first musical landmark, that of their father’s origins. 

Miguel Raposo (Portuguese guitar), Philippe Raposo (classical guitar), Octávio Sérgio (Portuguese guitar), Eduardo Aroso (viola), Red Gjeci (violin), Benjamin Gillis (violin), Clément Holvoet (alto), Jérémie Ninove (cello).

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