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Júlio Pereira
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Informação geral
Full name Júlio Fernando de Jesus Pereira
Date of birth 22 December 1953 (age 65)
Place of birth Lisbon

link=|alt=Portugal|border|22x22px Portugal
Genres Traditional folk music, Folk, World Music
Occupation Musician, Composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer
Instruments Cavaquinho, Mandolim, Viola, Braguesa, Guitar
Years active 1971 - present
Labels Tradisom, CNM - Companhia Nacional de Música, JBJ, Sony Music
Associated acts Petrus Castrus, Kepa Junkera
Website www.juliopereira.pt

Categoria:!Imagem local idêntica à do Wikidata Júlio Fernando de Jesus Pereira[1] GOIH (born in Lisbon, 22 December 1953), known as Júlio Pereira, is a portuguese musician, composer, multi-intrumentalist and producer.

Júlio Pereira

He uses traditional Portuguese instruments such as the cavaquinho and the viola braguesa. Even though he started his career in the rock genre, namely by participating in Petrus Castrus and Xarhanga bands, he later adopted the traditional Portuguese folk music.

He collaborated with The Chieftains, Pete Seeger, José Afonso, Kepa Junkera, Carlos do Carmo, Chico Buarque ou Sara Tavares, among others.[2]

In June 9th of 2015, he was decorated with title of Grand Officer of the Order of Prince Henry, Portugal.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • 1971 - Marasmo - com Petrus Castrus
  • 1972 - Tudo Isto, Tudo Mais - com Petrus Castrus
  • 1973 - Acid Nightmare - com Xarhanga
  • 1973 - Great Goat - com Xarhanga
  • 1973 - Mestre - com Petrus Castrus
  • 1975 - Bota-Fora (com Carlos Carvalheiro)
  • 1976 - Fernandinho Vai ó Vinho
  • 1978 - Lisboémia
  • 1979 - Mãos de Fada
  • 1981 - Cavaquinho
  • 1983 - Braguesa
  • 1983 - Nordeste[Single]
  • 1984 - Cadói
  • 1986 - Os Sete Instrumentos
  • 1987 - Miradouro
  • 1990 - Janelas Verdes
  • 1990 - O Melhor de Júlio Pereira[Compilação]
  • 1992 - O Meu Bandolim
  • 1994 - Acústico
  • 1995 - Lau Eskutar - com Kepa Junkera
  • 2001 - Rituais
  • 2003 - Faz-de-Conta
  • 2007 - Geografias
  • 2010 - Graffiti
  • 2014 - Cavaquinho.pt (com livro)
  • 2017 - Praça do Comércio
  1. ^ "Certidão de lista de associadas da Audiogest" (pdf). IGAC/Ministério da Cultura. 2007-07-25.
  2. ^ "Biografia de Júlio Pereira". Infopédia.
  3. ^ "Cidadãos Nacionais Agraciados com Ordens Portuguesas". Resultado da busca de "Júlio Fernando de Jesus Pereira". Presidência da República Portuguesa.CS1 maint: others (link)

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